Here is what you get: 1. A map activity about Alexander the Greats empire 2. Short one page read about wether Alexander the Great was a villain or a hero. 3. A graphic organizer for Alexandr the Great to determine if he was a Hero or Villain with questions. 4. A list of Alexander the greats accomplishments and interesting facts. 5. A political cartoon activity with questions. ...and more!

Here is what you get: 1. A map activity about Alexander the Greats empire 2. Short one page read about wether Alexander the Great was a villain or a hero. 3. A graphic organizer for Alexandr the Great to determine if he was a Hero or Villain with questions. 4. A list of Alexander the greats accomplishments and interesting facts. 5. A political cartoon activity with questions. ...and more!

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This essay will have the students choose a side and defend whether or not Alexander the Great was a hero or a Villain.  What you get:  1.  A short read explaining why some people will call Alexander a hero and why others will call him a villain.  2.  You will also get a list of his accomplishments: the good and bad accomplishments3.

This essay will have the students choose a side and defend whether or not Alexander the Great was a hero or a Villain. What you get: 1. A short read explaining why some people will call Alexander a hero and why others will call him a villain. 2. You will also get a list of his accomplishments: the good and bad accomplishments3.

This activity is student centered and Common Core! First, students read a brief history about the famous Alexander the Great. Then, they analyze some of his more controversial accomplishments and evaluate his "greatness". Next, students formulate an opinion and use his accomplishments as evidence to support their beliefs.They create a conclusion, and even draw parallels about his accomplishments and what makes a person great.Tony Pavlovich, Instructomania, Ancient World History, Ancient…

This activity is student centered and Common Core! First, students read a brief history about the famous Alexander the Great. Then, they analyze some of his more controversial accomplishments and evaluate his "greatness". Next, students formulate an opinion and use his accomplishments as evidence to support their beliefs.They create a conclusion, and even draw parallels about his accomplishments and what makes a person great.Tony Pavlovich, Instructomania, Ancient World History, Ancient…

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Byzantine emperors drew inspiration from the accomplishments of their classical Greek predecessors and Alexander the Great, who infused the Near East with ...

Byzantine emperors drew inspiration from the accomplishments of their classical Greek predecessors and Alexander the Great, who infused the Near East with ...

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