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Ancient Greece and Rome

LESSON PLAN 5
SS Unit Plan Essential Question/s How has Greek and Roman architecture influenced architecture today. NCSS THEME Culture People, Places, and Environments VA Standards of learning 3.1 3.& he student will e!plain how the contri"utions of ancient Greece and Rome have influenced the present world in terms of architecture, #overnment $direct and representative democracy%, and sports. he student will present "rief oral reports usin# visual media. a% 'peak clearly. "% (se appropriate volume and pitch. c% 'peak at an understanda"le rate. d% )r#ani*e ideas se+uentially or around ma,or points of information. e% (se conte!tually appropriate lan#ua#e and specific voca"ulary to communicate ideas. he student will read and demonstrate comprehension of fictional te!t and poetry. a% 'et a purpose for readin#. "% .ake connections "etween previous e!periences and readin# selections. c% .ake, confirm, or revise predictions. d% Compare and contrast settin#s, characters, and events. f% /sk and answer +uestions a"out what is read. #% 0raw conclusions a"out te!t. h% 1dentify the pro"lem and solution. i% 1dentify the main idea. ,% 1dentify supportin# details. k% (se readin# strate#ies to monitor comprehension throu#hout the readin# process. l% 0ifferentiate "etween fiction and nonfiction. m% Read with fluency and accuracy. he student will demonstrate comprehension of information from a variety of print and electronic resources. a% (se encyclopedias and other reference "ooks, includin# online reference materials. "% (se ta"le of contents, indices, and charts. he student will write for a variety of purposes. a% 1dentify the intended audience. "% (se a variety of prewritin# strate#ies. c% 4rite a clear topic sentence focusin# on the main idea. d% 4rite a para#raph on the same topic.

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e% (se strate#ies for or#ani*ation of information and ela"oration accordin# to the type of writin#. f% 1nclude details that ela"orate the main idea. #% Revise writin# for clarity of content usin# specific voca"ulary and information. he student will edit writin# for correct #rammar, capitali*ation, punctuation, and spellin#. $a6,% a% (se complete sentences. "% (se transition words to vary sentence structure. c% (se the word I in compound su",ects. d% (se past and present ver" tense. e% (se sin#ular possessives. f% (se commas in a simple series. #% (se simple a""reviations. h% (se apostrophes in contractions with pronouns and in possessives. i% (se the articles a, an, and the correctly. ,% (se correct spellin# for fre+uently used si#ht words, includin# irre#ular plurals. he student will e!plain how the contri"utions of ancient Greece and Rome have influenced the present world in terms of architecture, #overnment $direct and representative democracy%, and sports.

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'tudents know the differences amon# visual characteristics and purposes of art in order to convey ideas 'tudents descri"e how different e!pressive features and or#ani*ational principles cause different responses 'tudents use visual structures and functions of art to communicate ideas

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'tudents know that the visual arts have "oth a history and specific relationships to various cultures 'tudents identify specific works of art as "elon#in# to particular cultures, times, and places 'tudents demonstrate how history, culture, and the visual arts can influence each other in makin# and studyin# works of art

Obje ti!es 'tudents will "e a"le to reco#ni*e the features of Greek and Roman architecture.
'tudents will "e a"le to write a summary of a story and use correct #rammar, punctuation, and.

spellin#. 'tudents will "e a"le to use a variety of print and media sources to find information. 'tudents will "e a"le to comprehend fictional te!t or poetry. 'tudents will "e a"le to make an oral presentation.

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Materials for "earning A ti!ities 'tudents will need paper, a writin# utensil, markers, clay, scissors, #lue, construction paper, a myth $found on computer or in a "ook% they are free to use any materials they would like when makin# their pediment. eacher will need the myth Pandora:s ;o!, a 'mart ;oard or power point for showin# pictures of Greek and Roman temples, e!amples of pediments, "ooks with myths, and computers availa"le for students to read myths. Pro edures for "earning A ti!ities #ntrodu tion < $4hole #roup=-minutes% 4hat do you know a"out Greek and Roman mytholo#y> /nswers will "e written on the "oard. Have you heard the story of roy or have you heard a"out Hercules> 1 "et you have all heard a"out .edusa? 4hat a"out .ount )lympus and the Parthenon> oday we are #oin# to look at Greek and Roman .yths and some of the temples they "uilt where they worshipped these Gods and Goddesses. http@==www.ancient#reece.co.uk=#eo#raphy=story=stoAset.html his video is from the ;ritish .useum a"out the )dysseus from Homer:s )dyssey. #nstru tional strategies < $4hole #roup=&5 minutes% eacher will do a read aloud with students. 'he will read "oth the myth a"out /thena:s "irth and the myth of Pandora:s ;o!. $Brom mrdonn.or#% http@==www.n#a.#ov=content=n#awe"=Collection=art6o",ect6 pa#e.8C-31.html eacher will show the paintin# depictin# Pandora myth from Dational Gallery of /rt. eacher will tell the students when she is done readin# the myth that the Greeks and Romans used myths to e!plain thin#s they didn:t understand or to teach people lessons. E!plain that "efore advances in science myths were used to e!plain weather and other scientific ideas. .yths were also a #reat way to teach lesson to children and adults. hey will discuss reactions to the story. 4hat are the lessons the Greeks were tryin# to teach or e!plain with this myth> Create a list on the "oard. hen there will "e a power point that shows ima#es of Greek and Roman temples. he teacher will point out the columns, arches, domes and pediments on the temples. here will "e ima#es of "uildin# in 4ashin#ton 0.C. that also have pediments, arches, domes, and columns to show how the Greek and Roman architecture still have an effect on "uildin# today. Slide one- $1ma#e of the Parthenon% /sk students what they notice after they have answered uncover the te!t $lookin# for columns, arches, domes, pediments, #rand, made of mar"le%. 0iscuss and point to features of the "uildin# the columns, arches, domes, pediments, and that they are made of mar"le. he /cropolis is located in /thens, Greece. here are many ancient "uildin#s located here of #reat architectural and historical si#nificance. he most famous is the Parthenon.

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Slide two6 $1ma#e of /thena% he Parthenon was dedicated to the #oddess /thena. he /thenians "elieved that the #oddess /thena was their patron deity. /thena was the #oddess of many thin#s some of those thin#s include wisdom, coura#e, law and ,ustice, warfare, and stren#th. Slide three- $1ma#e of the Pantheon% /sk students what do you notice a"out this "uildin# after they answer uncover te!t $lookin# for mar"le, pediment is missin# and was never finished, columns% Point to the architectural features. he pediment of this "uildin# was supposed to have a sculpture that acted out the war of the itians. his was a temple "uilt in Rome that was for worshippin# all the #ods and #oddesses. Slide four- 4e are #oin# to make our own pediments? Eou are #oin# to pick a myth and depict it in a pediment. 1 have a couple of we"sites for you to e!plore and lots of "ooks for you to find a myth. Eou will summari*e your myth and turn that in with your pediment. Eou will tell your friends a"out your myth and descri"e your pediment. http@==#reece.mrdonn.or#=#reek#ods=inde!.html http@==#reece.mrdonn.or#=inde!.html http@==rome.mrdonn.or#=roman#ods=inde!.html http@==www.dltk6kids.com=world=#reece=m6story6medusa6and6athena.htm www.dltk-kids.com/world/greece/m-story-arachne-and-athena.htm http@==www.dltk6kids.com=world=#reece=m6story6prometheus6fire.htm 'ummary < $4hole #roup=- minutes% http@==www.history.com=topics=ancient6#reece=videosFdeconstructin#6history6spartans eacher will show these videos. )ne video is a"out the #ods and one is from the ;ritish .useum a"out the )dysseus from Homer:s )dyssey. hen she will show the students an e!ample of her pediment and previous pediments. Everyone will #et a chance to use the computer, "ut not today. 4e will have to take turns and you will "e #iven a copy of the we"sites so you can do this at home if you would like. Eou will have time today to look throu#h the "ooks and 8 toG will #et a chance on the computers. /re there any +uestions> $hopefully there will "e computers=16pads availa"le for check out% Assess$ent he students will turn in their summaries and pediment. heir summaries will "e #raded. 'tudents will "e #iven full credit for the pediment as lon# as it depicts the myth they chose. he students will #ive an oral summary to the class. $ru"ric "elow% %ifferentiation ;ooks will "e for different readin# a"ilities. 4e"sites will "e for different readin# a"ilities and user a"ilities. 'tudents who need to can #ive their oral report to small #roup. eacher will recommend certain myths to students "ased on readin# a"ility. eacher will take dictation for students that have trou"le writin#. eacher will provide a template for the summary for students who need it.

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eacher will work with small #roups that need help or mi#ht have trou"le comprehendin# the myths.

Resource ;ooks ales of the Greek Heroes "y Ro#er Hancelyn Green / Gift from Ieus "y Jeanne 'tei# Persephone "y 4arwick Hutton Perseus "y 4arwick Hutton 'tron# 'tuff Herakles and his Ha"ors "y John Harris he Random House ;ook of Greek .yths "y Joan 0. 9in#e Greek and Roman .yths / o I "y 7athleen D. 0aly Graphic .ytholo#y $Graphic Comic% Roman .yths "y 0avid 4est Graphic .ytholo#y $Graphic Comic% Greek .yths "y Ro" 'hone Classic .yths to Read /loud "y 4illiam B. Russell, Ed. 0 Roman .yths "y /nthony .asters

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E!it ticket Dame@ AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Dame one thin# the Greeks and Romans used myths for>

Dame one feature in Greek and Roman architecture>

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Ru"ric for Presentation S ore 'tays on opic Comprehension

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' 'tays on topic most $33635K% of the time 'tudents is a"le to accurately answer most +uestions a"out the topic posed "y classmates 'peaks clearly and distinctly $15563-K% of the time, "ut mispronounces a few words $36 -% 9oice was loud enou#h to "e heard "y all the audience mem"ers 35K of the time Histens intently, "ut has one distractin# noise or movement Pitch was often used "ut the emotion conveyed sometimes did not fit the content 'tudent seems

( 'tays on topic some $G36 2-K%of the time 'tudent is a"le to accurately answer a few +uestions a"out the topic posed "y classmates 'peaks clearly and distinctly most of the time $386G-K% of the time, and mispronounces$ -62% 9oice was loud enou#h to "e heard "y all the audience mem"ers G5K of the time 'ometimes does not appear to "e listenin#, "ut is not distractin#

) 1t was hard to tell what the topic was 'tudent is una"le to answer any +uestions accurately a"out the topic posed "y classmates )ften mum"les and cannot "e understood and mispronounces more than 2 words 9oice was often too soft to "e heard "y all the audience mem"ers

'tays on topic 155K of the time 'tudent is a"le to accurately answer all +uestions a"out the topic posed "y classmates 'peaks clearly and distinctly $15563-K% of the time, mispronounces no words 9oice was loud enou#h to "e heard "y all the audience mem"ers throu#hout the whole presentation Histens intently. 0oes not make distractin# noises or movements Pitch was often used and it conveyed emotions appropriately 'tudent is

'peaks Clearly

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Histens to )ther Presentations

Pitch

Pitch was rarely used or the emotion it conveyed often did not fit the content 'tudent is

'ometimes does not appear to "e listenin#, "ut is makin# distractin# noises or movements Pitch was not used to convey emotion

Preparedness

'tudent does

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completely prepared and has o"viously rehearsed (ses Complete 'entences /lways $336 155K of the time%speaks in complete sentences prepared, "ut mi#ht have needed a couple more rehearsals .ostly $G56 3GK% speaks in complete sentences somewhat prepared, "ut it is clear that rehearsal was lackin# 'ometimes $256 G5K% speaks in complete sentences not seem at all prepared to present Rarely speaks in complete sentences

Ru"ric for summary 4ritin# 'tudent devotes a Process lot of time and effort to the writin# process $prewritin#, draftin#, reviewin#, and editin#%. 4orks hard to make the story wonderful /ccuracy of /ll facts Bacts presented in the story are accurate. 'ettin# .any vivid, descriptive words are used to tell when and where the story took place. he main characters are named and clearly descri"ed in te!t as well as pictures. .ost readers could

'tudent devotes sufficient time and effort to the writin# process $prewritin#, draftin#, reviewin#, and editin#%. 4orks and #ets the ,o" done. /lmost all facts presented in the story are accurate. 'ome vivid, descriptive words are used to tell the audience when and where the story took place. he main characters are named and descri"ed. .ost readers would have some idea of what the

'tudent devotes some time and effort to the writin# process "ut was not very thorou#h. 0oes enou#h to #et "y

'tudent devotes little time and effort to the writin# process. 0oesnLt seem to care. here are several factual errors in the story. he reader has trou"le fi#urin# out when and where the story took place. 1t is hard to tell who the main characters are.

Characters

.ost facts presented in the story are accurate $at least 25K%. he reader can fi#ure out when and where the story took place, "ut the author didnLt supply much detail. he main characters are named. he reader knows very little a"out the characters.

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descri"e the characters accurately. here are no spellin# or punctuation errors in the final draft. Character and place names that the author invented are spelled consistently throu#hout characters looked like. here is one here are &63 spellin# or spellin# and punctuation error punctuation in the final draft. errors in the final draft. he final draft has more than 3 spellin# and punctuation errors.

'pellin# and Punctuation