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over 4 weeks
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per learner - per class
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Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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In this class, students will explore the art, history and culture of Ancient Greece. This thriving ancient culture was built on volcanic rich land surrounded by the ocean which fostered agriculture, fishing, written language, trade and architectural wonders. From the Parthenon to elaborate pottery and democracy, the ancient Greeks left their mark on the world. Students will explore, through hands-on projects including architecture, theater masks and pottery. Students are encouraged to engage...
Please cut the triorama (attached) out prior to class. Print attached images.
6 files available upon enrollmentWeek 1: Triorama Print out Pencil Eraser Markers or Colored Pencils Model Magic Ruler Week 2: Printed picture of Greek masks (attached) Brown construction paper or card stock Scissors Pencil Eraser Markers Model Magic Week 3: Print out of chariot (attached) Print out Zeus (attached) 4 strong magnets (around a nickel size) 9"x12" piece of cardboard Model Magic Markers Cardboard tubes (4 toilet paper rolls or 2 paper towel rolls cut in half) School glue Cardboard (ideal 9"x12") Week 4: Print out of Greek style pots (attached) Air dry clay (Crayola had a great product) Black tempera or acrylic paint Paint brush Table covering Large wooden spoon with no slots in it Pencil Hair dryer (to speed drying of projects)
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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I am an illustrator, artist, teacher, business owner, and a pug mom. I have a degree in Illustration, a visual art minor with 20 years of teaching experience. I believe that knowledge is power and the more you know the greater your influence can...