Mindanao State University
College of Education
Principles and Method of Teaching
H. JAMILA MONTIA D. SARIP, Ph.D
MOHAIMAH C. NASRUDIN
October 9, 2011
At the end of the lesson, students are expected to:
1.Define this terms:
Hellenic CivilizationHellenistic Civilization
Deli an LeagueMonarchy
2.Describe the Geographical Setting of Ancient Greece and its influence to Greek history, economy and its people. 3.Describe the Greek early civilization and early settlers. 4.Describe the characteristics of Ancient Greeks.
5.Explain how Democracy developed in the Athens and Militaristic in Sparta. 6.Identify the causes and effects of Greeks Wars.
7.Identify the causes and effects of the fall of Greece.
8.Enumerate the important contributions of Greece in Contemporary Civilization. B.Psychomotor Domain
1.Make a Who’s Who in the Greek History
2.Sketch a Map of Greece
1.To show attentiveness during discussion
2.To show appreciation on Greeks contribution to the Contemporary Civilization. II. SUBJECT MATTER:
A.Topic: The Glory that was Greece
Sub topic: Geographical Setting
Map of Greece
Radford, Josefa L. World History, pp. 54-61
Zaida, Gregorio M. World History, pp.74-78
Teacher’s ActivityStudent’s Activity
“Good Morning Class……” “Good Morning Ma’am”
“Let us pray first…” (One student will lead the prayer) (Checking of Attendance)(Students raise their hand...