Ancient and Medieval History Maps. A resource tool for FCPS teachers. Global. Ancient Civilizations 3500 B.C.E.-1700 B.C.E. Remains of Prehistoric Peoples.
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An Introduction. to the Human Body:. Ch 1. Anatomy: Study of the structure of body parts Gross- large body structures Regional- all parts in a specific region Developmental- structural changes over a life time Embryology- developmental changes that occur before birth.
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Strategies for Utilizing iCONN Databases with Elementary Students in Grades 3-5. Presented by: Jen Smolnik Coordinator of IT / Media Services, Stratford School District. iCONN Resources for Elementary Students. iCONN Resource Updates: Kids InfoBits Biography Resource Center
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Macedonia. By: Tamara La Martina. Overview. Total area is 25,713 km2 (slightly larger than state of Vermont) Bordered by Albania, Serbia/Kosovo, Bulgaria, and Greece
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AIM: How did Ancient Greece establish itself as a dominant power in the western world?. DO NOW: What do you already know about Ancient Greece?. Geography Shapes Ancient Greece.
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The World of the Iliad. Rand McNally, Atlas of World History, pp. 22. The Trojan plain. In Search of the Trojan War, pp. 41. Hisarlik. In Search of the Trojan War, pp. 93. Reconstruction of Troy VI - 13 th century. In Search of the Trojan War, pp. 204. Troy VI from the North.
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The Legacy of Ancient Greece & Rome. The Roots of Democracy. MAIN IDEA: . The Greeks developed democracy, and the Romans added representative government and a written legal code. WHY IT MATTERS NOW:.
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What was the significance of ancient Greece? Notes #8. Ancient Greece was a civilization that existed in southeastern Europe, from next to the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas. Greece had many excellent harbors to encourage seafaring trade, which helped Greece grow.
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CLASSICAL GREEK MYTHOLOGY BACKGROUND. Ancient Greece & Greek Society Sources of Greek Mythology Period of Greek Mythology Characteristics of Greek Mythology Greek & Roman Mythology. ANCIENT GREECE AND THE GREEK SOCIETY. Human History Society Culture Politics Economy.
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Writing a Conclusion. Have a good topic sentence to your paragraph. Have a good concluding sentence to your paragraph. Summarize the main points of your report.
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Western Political Ideas of Tyranny. 10.1.2. Warm-Up 9/14. What do you think when you see this picture?. tyrant. In ancient Greece, the word was used for any leader who took over a government. A tyrant typically won public support and then seized power. philosophers.
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History of Drama. In the media industry ( moving image). What is Drama ?. Drama is a type of literature telling a story , which is intended to be performed to an audience on the stage.
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the Neoclassical period covers 1660-1785 - it contain a number of sub-periods: - The Restoration (1660-1700) - The Augustan Age (the Age of Pope) (1700-1745) - The Age of Sensibility (the Age of Johnson) (1745-1785). Neoclassicism. Royal Observatory at Greenwich (1675)
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