A variety of courses at Puget Sound have incorporated Reacting to the Past. Below are sample syllabi, materials, and assignments from these courses.
- CLSC 212: Ancient Rome
- LAT 201: Intermediate Latin: Caesar and the End of the Republic
- PG 340: Democracy and the Ancient Greeks
- SSI1 131: Athens, Freedom, & the Liberal Arts
- SSI1 -: Agon(ies) of Athens
- SSI2 131: Agon(ies) of Athens
- SSI2 -: Democratic Labors in Athens and America
Sample Materials and Assignments:
- Reacting Post-Mortem Evaluation: An evaluation for participants to fill out at the end of the Reacting game. Allows participants to reflect on their experiences and the game itself.
- Speech Evaluation: Rubric for assessing speeches during Reacting to the Past game.
- SSI1 131 Intro Lecture: The presentation used during the intro lecture for SSI1 131: Athens, Freedom, & the Liberal Arts (taught by Professor Brett Rogers).
- Agora Samples: Examples of entries and assignments found on the blog for the SSI1 course, Agon(ies) of Athens.