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My Place - Episode 6: 1958: Michaelis, Greek school

Attendance at Greek school is a common expectation for young Greek children in Australia. Michaelis is attending Greek school to learn about the history, language and culture of his ancestry, but his mind is still on the escapades of 'The Adventures of Robin Hood', a TV serial he is fixated on.

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Secondary history: historical inquiry - research

These seven learning activities focus on research using a variety of tools (software) and devices (hardware), and illustrate the ways in which content, pedagogy and technology can be successfully and effectively integrated in order to promote learning. In the activities, teachers provide appropriate guidance and scaffolds ...

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Greek Independence Day

This is a student resource about Greek Independence Day. Its slideshow format includes images of an Independence Day parade, showing people dancing and carrying Greek flags. Text on screen gives historical background, explaining that this national day commemorates the start of the war for Greek independence from the Ottoman ...

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Pharos of Alexandria, 247 BCE

This is a fly-through animation of the lighthouse or Pharos of Alexandria in Egypt as it would have appeared when completed by the Macedonian king of Egypt, Ptolemy II Philadelphus. The animation shows the location of the lighthouse on an island off the coast of Alexandria, its three-tiered structure and its perpetual fire ...

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Ancient Greek kylix, c490-480 BCE

This is an ancient Greek drinking cup called a 'kylix'. The cup has a broad shallow bowl mounted on a narrow-necked base, with wide handles on each side. It is black and rust red in colour and decorated with red figures depicting Greek athletes. The side of the cup facing the viewer shows a naked athlete holding a discus ...

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Mummification process - animation

This is an animated reconstruction of the mummification of the body of Herakleides, a 20-year-old man from the Greco-Roman period of Egyptian history. The animation, produced by the J Paul Getty Museum, begins with the removal of the organs and then illustrates the 40-day dehydration process, the anointing of the body, ...

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The art of ancient Greek theatre - online exhibition

This is an online exhibition about theatre in ancient Greece. Presenting objects from various museums, the exhibition has two main components. The first is 14 artworks, including sculptures, painted vases and a rare fragmentary papyrus. The second component is an audio file of readings from lines 297-348 of Sophocles's ...

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Stories of the people and rulers - unit of work

This is an extended unit of work for the mid-primary years about who should rule. It comes from the 'Discovering democracy' series of units. The unit includes studies of the pharaohs' absolute rule in ancient Egypt and of democracy in ancient Athens, as well as an examination of who rules in Australia and how a nation should ...

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Should the people rule? - unit of work

This is an extended unit of work for the lower secondary years about the main types of government, how government functioned in Athens and Sparta in ancient Greece, and how the rule of the people functions in Australia. The unit contains four focus questions that are explored through sequences of learning with student activities ...

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Ancient Greeks: Greeks at war

This is a multi-layered resource about the ancient Greeks at war. The text is divided into four sections covering historical facts about who the Greeks fought, The Battle of Marathon, the Greek method of fighting and their armour. It includes a quiz, fun facts, photographs, factsheets, links, and a range of extension activities.

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Ancient Greece: geography

This is a rich online resource about the geography of Greece. It consists of four sections: a Geography section that introduces Greece's geographical features, seafaring tradition and establishment of colonies around the Mediterranean; a Story section that recounts 'The Odyssey' in an illustrated abridged version; an Explore ...

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Ancient Greece: staff room

This is a rich teacher resource about ancient Greece. It contains sixteen background information sheets; eight lesson plans for whole-class discussions to introduce particular topics; eight inquiry-grid worksheets for gathering information; and eight follow-up lesson plans for activities that extend the content. The Staff ...