Hands On History Ancient Greece

Author: Richard Tames
Publisher: Armadillo Books
ISBN: 1843229641
Release Date: 2013-04
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction

Presents an introduction to the history, politics, religion, and customs of ancient Greece, with instructions for making handicraft items and food recipes related to culture.

Hands on History Ancient Civilizations Activities

Author: Sundem, Garth
Publisher: Shell Education
ISBN: 9781618137982
Release Date: 2017-03-01
Genre: Education

Making learning fun and interactive builds excitment for your social studies students. This book includes game-formatted activities for the study of Ancient Civilizations such as ancient Mesopotamia, Egypt, India, China, Greece, and Rome. These hands-on activities are aligned to state and national standards and supports college and career readiness skills. The hands-on lessons foster engagement, teamwork, creativity, and critical thinking. In addition to history-based lessons, this resource includes grading rubrics and ideas for assessment. The games in Hands-on History Activities will help you take an active approach to teaching while inspiring your students to make their own explorations of history.

Hands On History Ancient Greece

Author: Garth Sundem
Publisher: Teacher Created Materials
ISBN: 9781425878283
Release Date: 2014-01-01
Genre: Social Science

Make studying history fun and interactive to motivate your students. Encourage teamwork, creativity, reflection, and decision making. Take an active approach to teaching while inspiring your students to make their own explorations of ancient history.

Hands On Culture of Ancient Greece and Rome

Author: Kate O'Halloran
Publisher: Walch Publishing
ISBN: 0825137411
Release Date: 1998-01-01
Genre: Education

Six different world cultures are the focus of Hands-On Culture: Japan, Mexico and Central America, Southeast Asia, West Africa, Ancient Egypt, and Ancient Greece and Rome. These colorful volumes examine each culture's art, science, history, geography, and language and literature. From making sushi to designing a drum to reading hieroglyphics, students use an array of hands-on activities to grow more culturally aware and appreciative if differences among peoples. Topics in this volume include: Writing and the Greek alphabet Greek and Roman proverbs Greek and Roman gods and myths Daily life in Rome See other Hands-on Culture titles

History and Activities of Ancient Greece

Author: Greg Owens
Publisher: Capstone Classroom
ISBN: 1403479283
Release Date: 2006-10
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction

Presents a brief history of ancient Greece along with facts about everyday life, with hands-on instructions for making a peplos, painting a vase, cooking sesame cakes, and creating a fresco.

Classical Kids

Author: Laurie Carlson
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
ISBN: 9781569767795
Release Date: 1998-07-01
Genre: Family & Relationships

Travel back in time to see what life was like in ancient Greece and Rome while having fun with hands-on activities such as making a star gazer; chiseling a clay tablet; weaving Roman sandals; making a Greek mosaic; creating Roman jewelry; throwing Greek pottery; casting a vote in a Roman-style election; and much more. Learn how these civilizations contributed to our present-day world by participating in art, math, cooking, science, and geography activities. Interesting facts and trivia are included throughout. Helpful illustrations explain project steps.

TOOLS OF THE ANCIENT GREEKS

Author: Kris Bordessa
Publisher: Nomad Press
ISBN: 9781936749133
Release Date: 2006-07-15
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction

Tools of the Ancient Greeks: A Kid’s Guide to the History and Science of Life in Ancient Greece explores the scientific discoveries, athletic innovations, engineering marvels, and innovative ideas created more than two thousand years ago. Through biographical sidebars, interesting facts, fascinating anecdotes, and fifteen hands-on activities, readers will learn how Greek innovations and ideas have shaped world history and our own world view.

An Environmental History of Ancient Greece and Rome

Author: Lukas Thommen
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9781107002166
Release Date: 2012-03-08
Genre: Business & Economics

Based on Umweltgeschichte der Antike, somewhat expanded and with chapter 22, The environment in Roman Britain, added.

The Crafts and Culture of the Ancient Greeks

Author: Joann Jovinelly
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group
ISBN: 0823935108
Release Date: 2002
Genre: Crafts & Hobbies

Describes easy-to-make crafts that replicate the arts of ancient Greece. Includes historical material, a timeline, a glossary, and resources.

The Usborne Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece

Author: Jane Chisholm
Publisher: Usborne Pub Limited
ISBN: 0794518001
Release Date: 2007
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction

Provides information on the culture and history of ancient Greece from Minoan times to the coming of the Romans.

Hands on History

Author: Amy Shell-Gellasch
Publisher: MAA
ISBN: 9780883851821
Release Date: 2007
Genre: Education

Research shows that students learn best when they actively participate in their learning. In particular, hands-on activities provide the greatest opportunities for gaining understanding and promoting retention. Apart from simple manipulatives, the mathematics classroom offers few options for hands-on activities. However, the history of mathematics offers many ways to incorporate hands-on learning. By bringing this material culture of mathematics into the classroom, students can experience historical applications and uses of mathematics in a setting rich in discovery and intellectual interest. This volume is a compilation of articles from researchers and educators who use the history of mathematics to facilitate active learning in the classroom. The contributions range from simple devices, such as the rectangular protractor, to elaborate models of descriptive geometry. Other chapters provide detailed descriptions on how to build and use historical models in the high school or collegiate classroom.

From Scholars to Scholia

Author: Franco Montanari
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 9783110251623
Release Date: 2011
Genre: History

This book deals with various aspects of ancient Greek scholarship and grammar. It contains five articles which discuss questions such as the form of the Alexandrian ekdosis on the basis of the relationship between the library artefact on one hand and the text as an object of editing on the other; the study of language within the Hellenistic scholarship; the ideological position adopted by Rome in the age of Augustus in its relations with the Greek world; some specific problems in Apollonius Dyscolus Peri epirrematon; and the origin of Greek scholiastic corpora."

The Martial Arts of Ancient Greece

Author: Kostas Dervenis
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781594777400
Release Date: 2007-10-22
Genre: History

An in-depth guide to the modern practice of Greek martial arts and their beginnings in ancient Greece and Egypt • Examines the correlation between ancient depictions of one-on-one combat and how martial arts are practiced today • Explores the close relationship between Greek martial arts and spiritual practice • Distinguishes between Pammachon (martial arts) and Pankration (combat sports) The ancient friezes and decorative motifs of ancient Greece contain abundant scenes of combat, one-on-one and hand-to-hand. In The Martial Arts of Ancient Greece, the authors offer close inspection of these depictions to reveal that they exactly correlate to the grappling and combat arts as they are practiced today. They also show that these artifacts document the historical course of the development of both the weaponry of the warrior classes and the martial responses those weapons required when fighting hand-to-hand. The depiction of each ancient technique is accompanied by sequenced step-by-step photos of modern practitioners performing the various stances of one-on-one combat. In addition, the authors explain how the development of Hellenic combat arts was tied at its heart to a spiritual practice. The centeredness, clear mind, and consequent courage that develops from a spiritual practice was considered a martial strength for a warrior, enabling him to be at his best, unobstructed inwardly by conflict or inertia. The Martial Arts of Ancient Greece provides a practical and comprehensive approach to the techniques and philosophy of the martial arts of the ancient Mediterranean that will be welcomed by modern fighters.

Ancient Greece

Author: Avery Hart
Publisher:
ISBN: 1439547130
Release Date: 2008-08-11
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction

Introduces the places, people, historical events, myths, culture, and philosophy of ancient Greece. Includes forty hands-on activities, such as making aaaan early Greek theater, building an Ionic temple, and pressing olives for oil.