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Preparation Lesson Setup Teacher Background Visit the 'Greek Revival Style, Buffalo NY website' to learn the basics about Greek Revival architecture.
For additional information on this architectural style go to the Loggia website. Another good source is A Digital Archive of American Architecture from the Boston College website. Prior Student Knowledge Students should be familiar with the principles of architecture and should have some background knowledge about ancient Greece. Physical Space Classroom Computer Lab Media Center or Library Grouping Large Group Instruction Staging Test your classroom computer's internet connection. Find a variety of images of residential architecture from Google images or your local real estate listings, or magazine articles or advertisements, or a Digital Archive of American Architecture from the Boston College website.
Accessibility Notes next: Instruction > < previous: Overview Instruction Engage What is Architecture? 1. 2. 3. Ancient Greece - Development, Interaction, Conflict, and Legacy: created with Zunal WebQuest Maker. The Games at Olympia - Ancient Greece. History of the Olympics webquest. By Stephanie Cavileer, Egg Harbor TownshipKaren Rivera, School #8, Linden NJJulia Singleton, NJCU Our "History of the Olympics" webquest will allow students to explore two different time periods and compare a singular event, "The Olympics".
They will be able to visit Ancient Greece and roam through the ruins to discover what "The Olympics" must have been like back then. Then, they will time travel to present day, "Olympics" and compare the similarities and differences of these two worlds and one exciting world event. They will be able to role play their discoveries in a play for the class. The student will also indicate which Olympics he/she would prefer to compete in as an athlete. Representing your country as an Olympic athlete is a great honor. This webquest was designed for students in upper elementary grades. 360 Aerial Panoramas, 3D Virtual Tours Around the World, Photos of the Most Interesting Places on the Earth.
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We are very grateful to Yiannis Yiannakakis, head of Athens Walking Tours travel agency. In response to our "cry for help" in obtaining photography permits, he and his colleagues not only offered support in this tricky business and secured official permits for all requested locations, he also helped us with accommodations, transportation, and logistics, absorbing considerable portion of our expenses. Traveling the world, we have never met such generous hosts before.
Additional information about our hospitable guides is available here. Being one of the oldest cities in the world Athens was first mentioned in 15th century BC. Athens is the land of Gods. Greek Architecture. Greek Art & Architecture. StateofNaturevGovernment. Olympics - C3 Teachers. Greek Democracy. How Democracy Worked The biggest check in preventing on one person from holding absolute power was to give every citizen a chance to hold power— even if it was only for a day.
In ancient Athens all free citizens, from the richest to the poorest, could be called up for duty at any time. Elections to every office were kept simple— through a lottery drawing. No empty campaign speeches, no spending obscene sums of money, no nasty attack ads on your opponent. If your name was drawn, you were expected to serve your term, with pay of course.
Athenian democracy made certain that every citizen got a chance to get down and dirty in the arena of politics. The most important office in Athens was the Boule which had the responsibility of deciding which laws would go before the people for a final vote. The Boule was made up of 500 citizens who met daily. The Boule was democratic in that any member could propose a law to the Boule that would be debated.