Welcome to ancient greece - Plain Local School District

Welcome to ancient greece - Plain Local School District

WELCOME TO ANCIENT GREECE Bell Ringer The ABCs of Greece On a blank sheet of paper write the letters A-Z Write Down EVERYTHING you know about

Greece that start with the appropriate letter Fact of the Day-Weird Labels Long ago, the people of Nicaragua believed that if they threw beautiful young women into a volcano it would stop erupting

Plan of Attack Objective: Identify the geographical features of Greece Homework: Dependent on YOU! Materials Needed

Writing Utensil Coloring Utensils Map of Greece (I will provide) Map of Greece Directions (I will provide) Complete the Map of Greece

Use the following to complete the map of Greece History Text Book Page 117 Atlas Pages 28-41 Text book map is better MUST BE DONE INDEPENDENTLY BY THE END OF CLASS . TURN INTO GREEN FOLDER BY MY DESK. WHEN FINISHED, WORK ON OTHER HOMEWORK QUIETLY.

Bell Ringer Locate the Following Items on the map Answers 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Sea of Marmara Black Sea Aegean Sea Gulf of Corinth Mediterranean Sea Ionian Sea Fact of the Day In addition to October 31 being Halloween, October 31 is ..... National

Magic Day and Increase Your Psychic Powers Day! Plan of Attack Amazing Facts about Greece Objective: Introduction to Greek culture Continue to fill out ABCs of Greece

Homewizzle: None Materials Needed Writing Utensil Amazing Facts Handout

ABCs of Greece Amazing Facts about Greece Read through the Amazing Facts Handout, answer the following questions on your own

Volunteer or Victim Lets Review End of Class Get out your ABCs of Greece Fill in anything that you have learned after the completing the Amazing Facts

of Greece Homwizzle: October 31, 2011 NONE Bell Ringer Locate the Following Items on the map Answers 1. 2. 3.

4. 5. 6. Sea of Marmara Black Sea Aegean Sea Gulf of Corinth Mediterranean Sea Ionian Sea 7.

8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Sparta Athens Marathon Troy Mt. Olympus Crete

Fact of the Day In Denmark, there are twice as many pigs as people Plan of Attack Listen, Read, Write Geography of Greece and its importance

Homewizzle: None Materials Needed Writing Utensil

Text book Greece Unit Packet Listen Read Text book page 117 Volunteer of Victim Write

End of Class Homwizzle: Answer the following question: How did Greeces Geography affect life in Ancient Greece? Bell Ringer

In complete sentences answer the following question: How did Greeces geography affect life in ancient Greece? 4 (pts.) Bell RingerContinued

Lets do this again Using the Oakwood Middle School: Extended and Short Answer Response Guide Lets answer the question again on the handout provided

Weird Thought of the Day If one synchronized swimmer drowns, do the rest have to drown too? Plan of Attack

Objective: To understand and identify the key factors that led to the development of democracy in Ancient Greece Homework: Read 4-Types of Government Packet and complete the appropriate notes in the Greece Unit Packet

The Development of Democracy Welcome King Beule And PrinceWilson (My girlfriend picked the people) Please come forth, King Burton, and choose the song in which you would like to listen to! All subjects who object, you will be punished by standing along the back of the room with your nose

facing the wall King Beule! Youre DEAD! Prince Rose, Please select the song in which you would like to listen Punished students continued standing

facing the back wall Frustrated students you may show your frustration by respectfully kneeling toward the prince You have just experienced MONARCHY

Subjects, how did you feel when you HAD to listen to the music chosen by the king and prince? Who makes the decisions in a monarchy What are advantages of a monarchy? Disadvantages?

Why do you think a monarchy was one of the first forms of government to develop in ancient Greece? Many unhappy with Monarchy Lets try something else Who has musicians in the family, besides yourself?

Come stand over here Who has taken private music lessons? Thats nice Oligarchy Aristocrats Those who have musicians in the familyyou may

choose the song to listen to Wealthy Middle classprivate lesson takers You cant change the station on your own Aristocratsyou can choose the song based on your fellow classmates, or not

Middle Class you may only offer suggestions... You just experienced an Oligarchy Ordinary Citizens, how did you feel in this part of the activity? Aristocrats and Middle Class, how did you feel?

How did you feel when a member of the middle class was allowed to help program the radio? Who makes the decision in an Oligarchy? What are the advantages of an oligarchy? Disadvantages?

Why do you think oligarchies developed after monarchies in ancient Greece? Oligarchy, no good Welcome, Almighty Cooper! You now have the power to listen to the

song you want You can only ask advice from students who are wearing blue jeans And you may give them a gift of paper for their help Ok TYRANT! THATS ENOUGHRUN BACK TO YOUR SEAT!

And Tyranny Ordinary Citizens, members of the middle class, and aristocrats, how did you feel in this part of the activity? Tyrant how did you feel? Who makes the decision in a tyranny?

What are the advantages of a tyranny? Disadvantages? Why do you think tyrannies developed after oligarchies in ancient Greece? LETS VOTE!

Since a tyranny was no good either lets try democracy. There are four choices in which to choose. Majority WINS! Choices

Pour Some Sugar on Me- Def Leopard Cheeseburger in Paradise- Jimmy Buffett Whip It- Devo

Heartless- Kris Allen Democracy How did you feel in this part of the activity?

Who makes the decision in a democracy? Why are the advantages of a democracy? Disadvantages? Why do you think a democracy developed in ancient Greece?

End of Class Homewizzle: 11.2.11 Read Four Forms of Government in Ancient Greece 1.4A Handouts Complete Notes in Greece Unit Handout: The Development of Democracy in Ancient Greece

Weird Thought of the Day If one synchronized swimmer drowns, do the rest have to drown too? Plan of Attack

Objective: To understand and identify the key factors that led to the development of democracy in Ancient Greece Homework: Read 4-Types of Government Packet and complete the appropriate notes in the Greece Unit Packet

The Development of Democracy Lets Begin discussing the 4types Volunteer or Victim to Read You have just experienced MONARCHY Who makes the decisions in a monarchy

What are advantages of a monarchy? Disadvantages? Why do you think a monarchy was one of the first forms of government to develop in ancient Greece?

You just experienced an Oligarchy Who makes the decision in an Oligarchy? What are the advantages of an oligarchy? Disadvantages?

Why do you think oligarchies developed after monarchies in ancient Greece? And Tyranny Who makes the decision in a tyranny? What are the advantages of a tyranny?

Disadvantages? Why do you think tyrannies developed after oligarchies in ancient Greece? Democracy Who makes the decision in a democracy?

Why are the advantages of a democracy? Disadvantages? Why do you think a democracy developed in ancient Greece? End of Class

Homewizzle: 11.2.11 Read Four Forms of Government in Ancient Greece 1.4A Handouts Complete Notes in Greece Unit Handout: The Development of Democracy in Ancient Greece Bell RingerLocate the following on the

map below Answers 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Sea of Marmara Black Sea Aegean Sea Gulf of Corinth Mediterranean Sea Ionian Sea Sparta Athens Marathon 10.

11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. Troy Mt. Olympus Crete Pindus Mountains

Asia Minor Peloponnesus Attica Macedonia Fact of the Day Colgate's first toothpaste came in a jar!

Plan of Attack Objective: Continue to ID factors leading to the development of Democracy in Greece Review Notes: The Development of Democracy in Ancient Greece

Homwizzle: Study for Map QUIZ!!! Materials Needed Writing Utensil Greece Unit Packet Four Forms of Government Handout

Monarchy How was this form of Government practiced in Ancient Greece? Why did this form of government decline in Ancient Greece? Oligarchy How was this form of Government practiced in Ancient Greece? Why did this form of government decline in Ancient

Greece? Tyranny How was this form of Government practiced in Ancient Greece? Why did this form of government decline in Ancient Greece? Democracy How was this form of Government practiced in Ancient Greece?

What are some of the lasting effects of ancient Greeces democracy? End of Class Homewizzle: Study for map quiz FRIDAY!! BELL RINGER

Study your MAP! XX:22 WE WILL BEGIN! Plan of Attack Objective: Demonstrate knowledge of Greeces geography Complete Geography Atlas 17 A/B

Get your EYES Checked Homwizzle: None Fact of the Day A day on the planet Mercury is twice as long as its year. Mercury rotates very slowly but revolves around the sun in

slightly less than 88 days. Materials Needed Writing Utensil Map Quiz History Atlas Study Guide 17 A/B

History Atlas Text Eyeballs Quiz Time After Quiz Place Colored FOLDER on long table Grab GREEN History Atlas Study Guide This must be finished by XX:01

Lets Review History Atlas 17A/B Volunteer? OR Victim? End of Class Have a great weekend!

Get out Bell RingerAnswer the following statements as TRUE or FALSE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Greece had to colonize in order to feed its people.

Greeks lacked technology to mint their own coins. The agora served as a place to have religious ceremonies. The Greeks were the first to develop the idea of citizenship. A hoplite is a foot soldier. Fact of the Day In Wisconsin, margarine was illegal at

one time. Plan of Attack Objective: To gain understanding why Greece Colonized, where the idea of citizenship originated, and their roles as soldiers Homwizzle: None

Materials Needed Writing Utensil Greece Unit Packet Text Book Independently

Read Pages 121-123 in text While Reading fill out the guided notes in your Greece Unit Packet This needs to be finished by XX:45 We will be going over this at that time Lets Review Notes from 121-123

Volunteer? OR Victim? Why did Greece establish Colonies? Why would minting coins give overseas trade a boost?

How did new colonies affect industry? Cause Effect Name the 2 functions of an agora? Name 4 requirements for citizenship in ancient Greece.

A. B. C.

D. Name 4 rights granted to Greek citizens that American citizens have today. A. B.

C. D. Read the Athenian Soldiers Oath in the Primary Source box. Identify 6 things each soldier promised to protect in

taking the oath. A. D. B.

E. C F.

Define hoplites. What weapons did the hoplites use? Why did the hoplites make good soldiers? End of Class 11/7/11 1. 2.

3. 4. 5. Greece had to colonize in order to feed its people. Greeks lacked technology to mint their own coins. The agora served as a place to have religious ceremonies. The Greeks were the first to develop the idea of citizenship. A hoplite is a foot soldier.

Homework: None Bell Ringer Name the four requirements for citizenship in ancient Greece (4pts). Explain why Greece needed to establish colonies (2pts).

Explain why the hoplites make good soldiers (2pts). Bell Ringer Answers Four Requirements Free, male, natural born, land owning

Farmers couldnt grow enough food to feed the people They take pride in fighting for their citystate Fact of the Day

When Scott Paper Company first started manufacturing toilet paper they did not put their name on the product because of embarrassment. Plan of Attack Objective: Read about the daily life in Athens, Greece. Begin notes if time allows

Homewizzle: None Materials Needed Writing Utensil Greece Unit Packet

The Golden Age of Athens Handout I will provide The Golden Age of Athens What to look for You are focusing on what it is like to live as person in ancient Athens Focus on the roles of men, women, teenage

boys and girls, young boys and young girls, and slaves. The Golden Age of Athens Narrator 1-5 Lydia: daughter Ace of Harts

Narrator 6-10 9 of Harts Ace of Diamonds

Leon: Husband and Father 9 of Spades King of Spades Artema: Leons wife

Zinias: son Trenth: son Jack of Diamonds Nicias: servant 8 of Diamonds

Jack of Spades Hephantus: servant 8 of Clubs Queen of Clubs Sophia: daughter

Evanide: business friend 10 of Spades Meno: business friend 10 of Harts If you have one of the above cards you have a part. If you do not, you do not have a part in the play

Let us begin SetGo! End of Class Exit Ticket (Time permitting) Name three elements of daily life in ancient Athens

Give to me on your way out, hence EXIT ticket Homewizzle: None

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