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Weekly Schedule. Monday – Athens and Sparta Tuesday – Persian Empire Wednesday – Persian Wars (Quiz) Thursday – Athenian Empire Friday – Peloponnesian Wars (Quiz) Monday – Review Tuesday – Chapter 4 Test Wednesday – Begin Chapter 5 (Greek culture and life). Sparta and Athens.

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Weekly schedule

Weekly Schedule

Monday – Athens and Sparta

Tuesday – Persian Empire

Wednesday – Persian Wars (Quiz)

Thursday – Athenian Empire

Friday – Peloponnesian Wars (Quiz)

Monday – Review

Tuesday – Chapter 4 Test

Wednesday – Begin Chapter 5 (Greek culture and life)


Sparta and athens

Sparta and Athens

Coach Crews

World History


Before 90 seconds

Before – 90 seconds

Vocabulary:

  • Mainland Greece is a _____ that is surrounded by 3 seas

    • Peninsula

    • Colony

    • Polis

    • Island

  • As Greeks started ________ in Italy, France, and Spain, they spread their culture

    • Peninsulas

    • Colonies

    • Agoras

    • Wars

  • A Greek-city state known as a(n) _______ was like a tiny independent country

    • Peninsula

    • Colony

    • Acropolis

    • Polis


Before 60 seconds

Before – 60 seconds

4. People gathered in the open area of the _____ to share ideas and buy goods

a. peninsula

b. polis

c. agora

d. colony

5. Citizens of the Greek _____ were usually land owners

a. polis

b. colonies

c. agora

d. islands


Before

Before

A - peninsula

B – colonies

D –polis

C- agora

A - polis


During

During

  • Tyranny in the city-states

    • Nobles seized power from the Greek kings

    • Farmers had to borrow money from nobles. If not paid back, lands were sold and farmers became slaves

    • Tyrants overthrew nobles in the 600’s B.C.

    • Tyrants built great buildings to maintain popularity


During1

During

  • Greece eventually changed their form of government

  • Oligarchy – few people hold power

  • Democracy - all citizens share power

  • Sparta was one, Athens was the other


During 10 minutes

During – 10 minutes

Venn Chart: 4 in each box (Read pgs. 126-130 to complete)


During2

During

II. Sparta

  • Spartans conquered their neighbors and made them slaves (helots)

  • They developed a strong military to keep them from rebelling

  • Boys entered military at age 7

  • Entered army at age 20, lived in barrack for 10 years, returned home but served in the army until age 60


During3

During

  • Girls trained in sports to be healthy mothers

  • Oligarchy government with 2 branches

    • Council of Elders

    • Assembly

  • Kept foreigners out and discouraged their people from traveling in order to keep control


During4

During

III. Athens

  • Boys went to school

  • Girls learned household duties

  • Early government was an oligarchy

  • Solon reformed the government in 594 B.C., popular among common people

  • A tyrant named Peisistratus seized power 30 years later


During5

During

  • Cleisthenes took power in 508 B.C.

  • Created a democracy

  • Gave the assembly more power

  • Created a council to help the assembly carry out their duties (500)

  • Members of the council chosen by lottery


After

After

Venn Chart: 4 in each box (Read pgs. 126-130 to complete)


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