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The Ancient World: Early Civilizations, The Mesopotamian World, Egypt, Greece and Rome – Grades 5-8 – Full Year – 30 Weeks

Wednesday, October 6 2021 @ 9:00AM Wednesday, June 15 2022 @ 10:30AM EDT


Instructor:

Jonathan Meola

Instructor Email:

[email protected]

Grade/Level:

5 – 8

Day of Week:

Wednesday

Class Times:

9:00AM – 10:30AM (ET)

Terms/Semesters:

Full Year 2021-2022

Details

Start:
Wednesday, October 6 2021 @ 9:00AM EDT
End:
Wednesday, June 15 2022 @ 10:30AM EDT
Cost:
$600.00
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Organizer

Virtual (Jigsaw/Canvas)
Phone:
+1 203 741 8570
Email:
register@opententacademy.com
Website:
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One person is attending The Ancient World: Early Civilizations, The Mesopotamian World, Egypt, Greece and Rome – Grades 5-8 – Full Year – 30 Weeks


This course, in its entirety, will follow the dramatic history of the world’s early civilizations from the first farmers of the Middle East to the rise of the mighty empires in Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece and Rome.  We will explore the timeline, history and people of the time allowing students to create a vivid picture of life in the ancient world.

  • Fall – Ancient World: Egypt
  • Winter – Ancient World: Greece
  • Spring – Ancient World: Rome

This class is a combination of lecture, video clips as well as discussion.

If a parent would like their child to take one of the 10-week sessions instead of the full year, please visit our website and look for each individual 10-week course:  Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece or Ancient Rome.

Every week there will be a combination of reading, viewing of video clips as well as writing.  Students can expect about 1-2 hours of homework weekly.

NOTE: Registration deadline is September 15, 2001.

There must be a minimum of 5 students to run this class.



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