Have students work in small groups to create a cause and effect chart that illustrates the fall of Athenian power.
Differentiated Instruction should be designed so that all learners can master the essential understandings and skills need to analyze history, even though they use different content, processes, and products to get there. To reach this goal, teachers should focus instruction on the essential content, but provide multiple options for taking in this information.
Working is stations/hubs is based on differentiated instruction. If teachers so not have the means/resources for hubs in their classroom, the follow is recommended for differentiation.
Working in pairs, students can choose one of the five aspects of Greek life to research. Pairs will use their activity sheets to choose a specific area of interest to research further; for example, they may focus on the role of women in ancient Greek society, literature and drama, education, warfare, philosophers, the Parthenon, and so on. (Students in pairs should choose separate topics.) Have pairs create a list of little-known facts about their topics to share with the class. Individually, students can use their research to write essays on how ancient Greek life compares with, or has influenced, modern society.