Activity & Curriculum Guides
Activitates Liberis, Volumes I-III (Classic)
A collection of lessons and activities in Classical art and mythology, Latin, and Ancient Roman Culture designed especially for the elementary school classroom.
This e-book contains Volumes I-III of the Activitates Pro Liberis series. Together, the volumes comprise more than seventy-five effective and innovative lessons and activities. This series is perfect for enrichment, everyday classroom use, and standards preparation. Each lesson is extremely detailed, with a complete listing of objectives, materials needed, and procedures. Lessons include...
- Mythology: what is myth?; the Theogony; gods and goddesses; monsters, beasts, and creatures; introduction to myth; deities; Daedalus and Icarus; Perseus; cross-cultural myth; coins and the symbol of myth; temples and the gods; mosaics and mythical beasts; sculpture and the gods; pottery and mythical heroes.
- Culture: geography; families; homes; architecture; weddings; education; government and politics; the army; heroes; theatre and drama; the city; coins and economy; house; geography; Circus Maximus.
- Language: numerals; numbers; colors; animals; months; days of the week; weather; adjectives; phrases and mottoes; greetings and commands; classroom items; foods; anatomy; emotions; inscriptions; Roman authors; interpreting Latin poetry through music; inscriptions and scrolls; seasons and telling time; numbers and numerals; greetings and commands; Latin names; foods; the home and furniture; trades and professions; school and the classroom; what is Latin?; Vergil's Aeneid; Romulus and Remus; Horace; phrases and mottoes; greetings and commands; foods and colors; emotions; family; parts of the body; a day in a Roman classroom.
- Activities: classical allusions in Pokemon; mosaics; mythology through the arts; Roman names; bullae; archaeology; mosaics; roads; temples; spinning and weaving; Olympics; clothing; military standards; Pandora's box; Roman games; scrolls and chariots; frescoes; oil lamps; amphorae.