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A Year of (FLEX) Middle School Ancient History (Project Based) : Session 5
This is the 5th session of a Flexible Scheduled Project Based Ancient History course. We will discover Ancient Rome and The Early Byzantine Empire through visual lectures, and project based learning.
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This is the fifth session of a FLEXIBLE SCHEDULED Project Based Middle School Ancient History course. There are NO live meetings for this class. Pre-recorded powerpoint lectures and prerecorded project assignments will all be posted in the classroom, along with critical thinking questions, discussion questions, links to videos, and links to interactive learning experiences. I will post prerecorded video responses to class work, as well as written responses. This is a self paced class with...
Students will gain an understanding of the history of Ancient Rome.
Homework will include: Viewing of recorded lessons The weekly project The weekly Nearpod lesson Viewing of possible videos The required involvement in the classroom (questions, comments, and responses) Possible other homework assignment
Dough Map: Printed map, dough in blue, yellow, green, orange, toothpicks, glue stick, scissors, paper Aqueduct Model: Clay, Cardboard paper towel tube, bowl, cup, tray Colosseum Model: Materials of choice: Legos, cardboard, or other possible small blocks Hagia Sophia Model- materials of choice (blocks, cardboard, Minecraft, clay)
Learners will be assessed through their completed work and through participation in posted forum discussion.
No live meetings, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
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My sparks in life are studying and teaching writing, literature, and history. For the past six years, I have taught classes such as World History, American History , Language Arts, and Creative Writing to upper elementary and middle grade...