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Warm-Up #1 (9/11/14). Option 1: What does remembering 9/11 mean to you? Why? OR Option 2: How many things do you already know (or think you know!) about Ancient Greece? See how many you can list. Warm Up #2 (9/12/14) Ancient Greece Map Questions. 7. 6.

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Warm up 1 9 11 14

Warm-Up #1 (9/11/14)

  • Option 1:What does remembering 9/11 mean to you? Why?

    OR

  • Option 2:How many things do you already know (or think you know!) about Ancient Greece? See how many you can list.


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Warm Up #2 (9/12/14)

Ancient Greece Map Questions

7

6

Number from 1-7 and correctly match each number to the place below:

Aegean Sea

Athens

Ionian Sea

Mediterranean Sea

Mt. Olympus

Sparta

Troy

1

4

3

5

2


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Warm-Up #3 (9/15/14)

Match each of the following descriptions on the left with the correct form of gov’t on the right:

  • Rule by a king/queen

  • Rule by hereditary nobility

  • Rule by a few/small group

  • Rule by the citizens

  • Aristocracy

  • Democracy

  • Monarchy

  • Oligarchy


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Warm-Up #4 (9/16/14)

Read the description on the left, then answer the questions…

Ostracism: Athenian democracy had a very special type vote that occurred once a year. In the ancient Greek version of Survivor, the citizens could “vote somebody off the island.” Every year, the assembly gathered. Each citizen was allowed to scratch the name of the person they perceived as the greatest threat to the city-state in to a pot shard, or, in the language of ancient Greece, an ostrakon. Provided that 6,000 votes were cast, the person who received the most votes was ostracized, and sent into exile for a decade.

  • Which famous person would you ostracize from American society?

  • Decide upon a person and write down reasons why you would want that person ostracized!


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Warm-Up #5 (9/17/14)

Happy Constitution Day!! See how many of the following questions you can answer:

  • When was the U.S. Constitution signed?

  • Define amendment.

  • What are the first 10 amendments to the Constitution called?

  • The Constitution divides powers between the federal (national) government and the state governments. What is this called?

  • What are the 5 parts of the 1st amendment?

  • What does the constitution mean to you? Write a tweet (140 characters or less)


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Warm-Up #6 (9/18/14)

  • Copy down each of the following – then identify if it applies to Sparta or Athens or Both:

  • Oligarchy ruled

  • Boys were taught to steal but not get caught

  • Valued beauty & learning

  • Had slaves

  • Women were trained in wrestling and boxing

  • Women were not allowed to vote

  • Valued obedience & military strength

  • Direct Democracy

  • Babies were bathed in wine

  • Valued debate among citizens


Warm up 7 9 19 14

Warm-Up #7 (9/19/14)

Persian Wars Review Questions:

  • WHO fought in the Persian Wars?

  • WHAT happened at the Battle of Marathon?(hint – 26.2 miles!)

  • WHAT happened at the Battle of Thermopylae(hint – 300)

  • WHAT happened at the Battle of Salamis? (hint – sea battle)

  • WHO won the Persian Wars?


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Warm-Up #8 (9/22/14)

  • For each of the following identify if it applies to Socratesor Platoor Aristotle:

  • Student of Socrates

  • Tutored Alexander the Great

  • Condemned to death and drank poison

  • His work provides the basis for scientific method

  • Developed rules of logic

  • Developed a method of questioning

  • Founded a school called the Academy

  • Believed a perfectly governed society would be governed by a philosopher king

  • Said “The unexamined life is not worth living”

  • Said “He who studies how things originated…will achieve the clearest view of them all”


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Warm-Up #8 - Answers (9/22/14)

  • For each of the following identify if it applies to Socratesor Platoor Aristotle:

  • Student of Socrates

  • Tutored Alexander the Great

  • Condemned to death and drank poison

  • His work provides the basis for scientific method

  • Developed rules of logic

  • Developed a method of questioning

  • Founded a school called the Academy

  • Believed a perfectly governed society would be governed by a philosopher king

  • Said “The unexamined life is not worth living”

  • Said “He who studies how things originated…will achieve the clearest view of them all”

(Plato)

(Aristotle)

(Socrates)

(Aristotle)

(Aristotle)

(Socrates)

(Plato)

(Plato)

(Socrates)

(Aristotle)


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Warm-Up #9 (9/25/14)

  • For each of the following identify if it applies to Rome or The United States or Both:

  • Citizenship only applies to all adult male landowners

  • Legislature includes a Senate

  • Twelve Tables

  • Supreme Court

  • President leads Executive Branch

  • Republic

  • Chief Executive(s) is/are also head of the army

  • Chief Executive(s) serve 1 year term

  • Senators serve for 6 year terms

  • May appoint a dictator to serve in times of crisis


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Warm-Up #10 (9/26/14)

  • Was Julius Caesar a hero? Or was he a power-hungry general looking to be king? Be sure to say why!


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Warm-Up #11 (9/29/14)

  • Read the definition above & give an example of a martyr (past or present)

  • If you were given the choice to deny your beliefs or face death, what would you choose? Why?


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Warm-Up #12 (9/30/14)

  • Answer the following questions about Roman Contributions to Western civilization.

  • What is a Romance language? Identify 2 Romance languages.

  • What are 2 similarities between Roman Law and our U.S. law today?

  • What are 2 similarities between Roman government (the republic) and the U.S. government today?

  • What are 2 examples of Roman architecture or engineering that we still use today?

  • Identify 1 cultural contribution of the Romans that still impacts us today (besides those mentioned in previous questions).


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