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Ancient Greek Civilization

3 Lessons

40 minutes 0 Enrolled


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  • Materials:
  • Sign Language videos of key texts related to ancient Greek civilization
  • Tactile maps of ancient Greece
  • Game pieces (such as small beads or coins)


  • Web Resources :


  • Outcomes :
  • Student (depending on the degree and type of disability):
  • - reacts to the graphics presented in the lesson
  • - can assign a graphic to a name or event
  • - is able to build a simple statement on a given topic
  • - is able to build a statement on a given topic and supplement it with source materials

What Will I Learn?

  • Objectives :
  • Students will understand the key features of ancient Greek civilization, including their government, culture, religion, and art.
  • Students will understand the historical context and significance of ancient Greek civilization.
  • Students will develop critical thinking and collaboration skills through the incorporation of gamified learning strategies.
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