Lesson Plans on Greco-Roman Civilization and the Medieval Mediterranean World
The lesson plans created by Corinth Excavations primarily follow middle school social studies (or interdisciplinary) learning standards. The lessons cover topics from water management to religion, trade, diet, and disease, making them helpful tools for a wide audience of educators. Lessons plans use artifacts excavated in Ancient Corinth from the Classical to the Byzantine periods (roughly 500 BCE to 1450 CE) as a foundation for learning. They incorporate images, digital modeling technology, videos, texts, and excavation reports where applicable. Special learning opportunities called "Virtual Field Trips" include in-depth, behind-the-scenes Skype sessions inside the workrooms at Corinth Excavations to help students extend previous learning experiences on Greco-Roman civilizations and the Medieval Mediterranean world during their classroom studies.
Skype with an Archaeologist and take a Virtual Field Trip to Ancient Corinth!