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Discovering Daily Life in Ancient Greece

Students explore the social, political, cultural and economic features and activities of daily life in ancient Greece including: mythology and belief systems, the poleis, governance, civics, warfare, trade, intercultural encounters, sickness and death. Working in groups, students find evidence in museum collections to investigate these realities. The workshop will develop students’ abilities to identify the origin and content features of primary sources and describe perspectives and experiences of people from the past.

Duration

Capacity

Cost

1 hour 30 minutes

30 students

$18 per person
Teachers accompany free

Curriculum Links

This workshop has links to the following learning areas: History, Visual Arts, Geography, Civics and Citizenship, and English. It utilises ethical, intercultural, personal and social, and critical and creative thinking capabilities.

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