Book – children’s book
Art – collage with explanation
Series of Poems
Recreating a building – with information page
Writing a song and performing it
Making a food – page explanation
Making a NEW myth (based on existing myths)
Test and answer key
Timeline (illustrations, too)
(for wedding traditions) a wedding invitation and a father of the bride speech
These will be the ways that students can show what they have learned in the time they have spent researching their inquiry question(s) for Socials regarding Ancient Greece.
So far we have had several research sessions on the computers and iPads in class, as well as time to discuss myths, heroes, life in Ancient Greece, some of the more prominent City States, etc...
Students are now being asked to complete a project of their choosing to show what knowledge they have acquired. All final projects will be due on June 17th for a 2 - 3 minute presentation to the class.
If their project is not ready for Friday, June 17th's presentation, it will have a negative impact on their overall mark.
Ms. Handel - June 7