If the Romans were history’s great men of action, the Greeks were history’s great men of thought. Dive into the lives and minds of thirty-two famous Greeks through stories detailing the rise, Golden Age, and fall of Greece. The triumphs of Aristotle, Ptolemy, Ulysses, Pericles, Alexander the Great, and many others will enable your students to understand why the scope of Greek accomplishment is still known today as “The Greek Miracle.”
Each of the 30 workbook lessons of the Famous Men of Greece Guide includes famous quotes, a drill of key people and places, 10 vocabulary words, 5-10 comprehension questions, and an activities section with mapwork, discussion questions, and research projects. The Appendix contains maps, a “Who Said That?” worksheet, a timeline, drill questions, and drawing pages. The first 11 lessons are a review of Greek mythology and are therefore not included on either the Final Exam or the Famous Men of Greece Flashcards.