Thursday, May 8, 2014
Writing as an Ancient Greek (Day 3)
Writing as an Ancient Greek: Let's Write! Today you will have a full uninterrupted class period to write your diary/journal entries or letters as an Ancient Greek. Remember to incorporate historically accurate information, use creative and descriptive details, and capture the voice and personality of your chosen Ancient Greek identity. I plan on meeting with each of you during the period to check your progress, answer questions, and offer feedback. Get inspired and write well! If you need a copy of the guidelines for the assignment, I've place a copy in each of your new Hapara Social Studies folders. And if you haven't already, please move your written assignment into the same new Hapara Social Studies folder. Deadline Reminder: This assignment is due Monday, May 12.
at May 08, 2014
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