Showing 8 entries for tag: Greek Gods
Introduction to Greek myth, society, and language(...)
Hugh Lupton, The Cambridge School Classics Project (CSCP), Daniel Morden
Primary Ancient Greeks is aimed mainly at primary school teachers. The website provides teaching guidance, printable materials and lesson plans for teaching Ancient Greek literacy and history through Greek myths. The website contains thematically-organised modules prepared to be realized within 6 weeks. The crucial idea of the authors is for each of the topics to introduce to the student 2-3 chosen Greek myths weekly and present connected ideas and concepts from t(...)
Carine Girac-Marinier (ed.)
Le latin dans votre poche is one of the numerous publications in the series Les Mini Larousse (...dans votre poche) published by the company Larousse. As expressed in its title, the handbook is a miniature compendium of Latin language knowledge in a compact pocket format (10 x 15 cm). It contains 1500 Latin words and phrases indispensable in middle and high school.
There are 20 short thematically organised chapters, disc(...)
Carine Girac-Marinier (ed.)
Le grec ancien dans votre poche is one of the numerous publications in the series Les Mini Larousse (...dans votre poche) published by Larousse. As announced in its title, the handbook is a miniature compendium of Ancient Greek language in a compact pocket format (10 x 15 cm). It contains 1000 Greek words and phrases indispensable in middle school and high school.
There are 20 short thematically organised chapters, discu(...)
Ancient Greek Made Easy. Declension, Grammar, Vocabulary
Le grec ancien facile is a mini textbook of Greek grammar. The author wants to convince the reader that ancient Greek is not dead as it is still present in the French language and that it is not so difficult to learn. Though the textbook is really of pocket size (8,5x12cm) it contains a 160-page long full grammar course starting from letters and articles through declensions and contractions or irregular verbs to the syntax.
This resource includes one, animated, 4 minutes long, video on the Olympic goods. It then offers ideas and resources on how to use this video for other disciplines such as English, Maths, Computing, Art, Music, Geography, History and Physical education. In the video we see a dark-skinned woman running through London when a giant (perhaps a titan) throws fire balls at her. She then reaches Zeus who throws his thunderbolt near her so she can catch it and use as a po(...)
This online resource contains an interactive map of ancient Greece. When you click on one of the sites, an information text appears. If you click on the red words in the text, new information page opens up.
The information which appears on the map includes: Mount Olympus, Greek art, Troy, Greek clothing, Philosophers, Athens, The Oracle at Delphi, Olympia, Sparta, Trireme and Alexander the Great.