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1.1 Quiz. Write the answer only. 2 points each. You may use your notes, but do not talk. Who conquered much of the region surrounding Greece and spread Greek ideas of law, freedom, justice, and government?

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1.1 Quiz

Write the answer only. 2 points each. You may use your notes, but do not talk.

Who conquered much of the region surrounding Greece and spread Greek ideas of law, freedom, justice, and government?

Which philosopher distrusted democracy and believed that society should be ruled by philosopher kings?

Which Philosopher believed that governments should be controlled by a constitution and all should be educated?

Which philosopher defended the democratic system and believed that individuals had a duty to submit to the laws of the state?

Which Greek ruler instituted paid government service, paid jury service, and emphasized the duty of the individual?

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1.1 Quiz

Write the answer only. 2 points each. You may use your notes, but do not talk.

Who conquered much of the region surrounding Greece and spread Greek ideas of law, freedom, justice, and government? Alexander the Great

Which philosopher distrusted democracy and believed that society should be ruled by philosopher kings? Plato

Which Philosopher believed that governments should be controlled by a constitution and all should be educated? Aristotle

Which philosopher defended the democratic system and believed that individuals had a duty to submit to the laws of the state? Socrates

Which Greek ruler instituted paid government service, paid jury service, and emphasized the duty of the individual? Pericles

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Monday September 9,2013

Words of Wisdom: If you are not willing to learn, no one can help you. If you are determined to learn, no one can stop you.

Home Fun

Agenda

Warm Up

Watch video clip and answer the following:

What did Plato believe was the best way to organize society, and who should rule? In what was do we see Greek influence in the world today?

Warm Up:Week #5 (20)

Plato Aristotle Thinking Map, whatever you do not finish is HW.

Wrap Up.

  • Review Notes and thinking map. Who did Plato and Aristotle believe who should rule and why?
  • Free response Quiz tomorrow.
  • Current Event #4 (21)
  • Check grades on IC
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Friday September 6,2013

Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world. Nelson Mandela

Home Fun

Agenda

Warm Up

The Week in Rap.

Take three notes. Choose one event and explain it’s significance.

Warm Up

Current Events

Plato and Aristotle: Page 14 and 15. Post its! 

Plato Aristotle Thinking Map.

Wrap Up: Due Today.

  • Check grades on IC
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Thursday September 5,2013

To be on time is to be late. To be early is to be on time.

Home Fun

Agenda

Warm Up

Warm Up: Week #4

Finish 1.1 Cornell Notes:Video

Open Note Quiz

ORGANIZE notebook.

Wrap Up

  • Questions/Summary for 1.1 C-Notes
  • Current Event #3: Tomorrow!
  • Check grades on IC
  • Physical Map Make up/Retake Friday 7:30 am
  • Wear school colors tomorrow.

Answer in complete sentences.

What is a form of government in which a king or queen exercises central power?

What is the form of government in which “the people” rule?

What is the term used for the law making body of a government?

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Wednesday September 4,2013 College T shirt day

A #2 pencil and a dream can take you anywhere. Joyce A. Myers

Home Fun

Agenda

Warm Up

Warm Up: Week #4

Cornell Notes 1.1 The Greek Roots of Democracy

ORGANIZE notebook.

Wrap Up

  • Finish Notes from Home.
  • Current Event #3
  • Check grades on IC
  • Physical Map Make up/Retake Friday 7:30 am
  • Back to school night tomorrow.

Take notes on the University of Arizona. Explain why or why not this is a school you would like to attend.

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Areas of concern on Current Events:

  • Write the SUMMARY in your own words.
  • Explain WHY the event relates to the topics you checked.
  • Use proper capitalization. Proper nouns need to be capitalized.
  • LABEL the map on the back with the city, country, and continent of where the event happened.
  • Be sure to indicate N or S on latitude, and E or W on longitude.
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Tuesday September 3,2013

Mrs. Greeley World History

One secret of success in life is for a man to be ready for his opportunity when it comes. Benjamin Disraeli

Warm Up

Home Fun

Agenda

Warm Up: Week #4

Finish Country Presentations

Notebook Table of Contents

Pass Back Work

ORGANIZE notebook.

Wrap Up

  • Current Event #3
  • Check grades on IC
  • Physical Map Make up/Retake Friday 7:30 am
  • Back to school night Thursday

What do you think Democracy is? Why is it so important to the world? Leave space in Wup Box

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Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen.Winston Churchill

Success is how high you bounce when you hit bottom. George S. Patton

The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing. Socrates

By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail. Benjamin Franklin

America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves. Abraham Lincoln

“Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm” Winston Churchill

Success is how high you bounce when you hit bottom. George S. Patton

Success is falling nine times and getting up ten. Jon Bon Jovi

When the truth is divided, errors multiply.-Eli Siegel

Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people.Eleanor Roosevelt

Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world. Nelson Mandela

Words of Wisdom: IF you are not willing to learn, no one can help you. If you are determined to learn, no one can stop you.

To be on time is to be late. To be early is to be on time.

democracy what is it
Democracy: What is it?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLdk23DlNiY

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Areas of concern on Current Events:

  • Write the SUMMARY in your own words.
  • Explain WHY the event relates to the topics you checked.
  • Use proper capitalization. Proper nouns need to be capitalized.
  • LABEL the map on the back with the city, country, and capital of where the event happened.
  • Be sure to indicate N or S on latitude, and E or W on longitude.
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Sources of the Democratic Tradition

Color Picture

Event

Year

So what?

chapter 1 section 1 the greek roots of democracy
Chapter 1, Section 1 The Greek Roots of Democracy.
  • City-state
  • Monarchy
  • Sparta
  • Athens
  • Democracy
  • Tyrant
  • Legislature
  • Pericles
  • Jury
  • Socrates
  • Plato
  • Aristotle
unit 1

Unit 1

The Rise of Democracy (2,000 BC-AD1848)

unit standard
Unit Standard

10.1 Students relate the moral and ethical principles in ancient Greek and Roman philosophy, in Judaism, and in Christianity to the development of Western political thought.

1. Analyze the similarities and differences in Judeo-Christian and Greco-Roman views of law, reason and faith, and duties of the individual.

2. Trace the development of the Western political ideas of the rule of law and illegitimacy of tyranny, using selections from Plato's Republic and Aristotle's Politics.

3. Consider the influence of the U.S. Constitution on political systems in the contemporary world.

unit objectives
Unit Objectives

Students will be able to …

  • Identify and discuss the Greek, Roman and Judeo Christian contributions to Democracy.
  • Explain the importance of the individual in a democratic society.
  • Identify and explain the characteristics of a democratic society.
cornell notes
Cornell Notes
  • Draw a line down the left side of the paper, be sure you leave a medium size left margin.
  • Title each set of notes.
  • On the left you will write questions or make statements regarding your notes.
  • On the right side take note on what we are doing in class.
  • At the end you will summarize what you learned and what you think are the most important points.

Date:

Title of notes

Questions/ Any diagrams, notes, flow

Statements chats or graphic organizers

Regarding Write down on main ideas

Notes. and topics

Summarize your notes, emphasizing what you learned and what you think are the most important points.

At least 2-4 complete sentences.

crash course persians and greeks
Crash course Persians and Greeks.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q-mkVSasZIM&feature=fvsr

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10.1 Free Response Question

The Greek philosophers Plato and Aristotle had different visions of the ideal society. According to each philosopher, who should rule and why? (Hint: 2 paragraphs. First – Plato’s view & why. Second: Aristotle’s view & why).

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Use page 18/19 of the text and your notes to create a thinking map for Plato and Aristotle.

Information unique to Aristotle

BE SURE TO INCLUDE BOOK and WHO SHOULD RULE AND WHY.

Things Plato and Aristotle have in common.

Information unique to Plato

BE SURE TO INCLUDE BOOK and WHO SHOULD RULE AND WHY.

Things Plato and Aristotle have in common.

Information unique to Aristotle

Information unique to Plato

Aristotle

Plato

Things Plato and Aristotle have in common.

Information unique to Aristotle

Information unique to Plato

critical reading
Critical Reading
  • Page 14: Read “Socrates and Citizenship”. On a post it, take notes as you read.
  • Read “Plato and Reason” Take notes as you read on at least 1 separate post it.
  • Read “Aristotle and the Rule of Law”. Take 1 post it of notes as you read.
  • Post-its go on page 19 of notebook for thinking map. DO NOT LEAVE IN BOOK!

Plato

Aristotle

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Practice test. STUDY tonight!!!!

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Chapter 1 Section 1 Cornell Notes

The Greek Roots of

Democracy

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Essential Question

  • What ideas arose in ancient Greece that contributed to the development of democratic values in the modern world?
what process took city states from monarchy to aristocracy
What process took city-states from monarchy to aristocracy?
  • City-States formed in geographically isolated areas.
  • Evolved into Polis’s
  • Small populations=sense of responsibility among citizens.
  • Monarchies: rule by King, then became Aristocracies: rule by a few
what process took athens to a democracy
What process took Athens to a democracy?
  • Athens (City-state) glorified the individual and gave political rights to more citizens.
  • Solon: leader who outlawed debt slavery, freed debt slaves, created reforms for more fairness and justice.
  • Citizens can VOTE.
  • Tyrants: leaders who gained power by force took over.
what process took athens to a democracy cont
What process took Athens to a democracy? (Cont.)
  • Cleisthenes: created the council of 500 prepared laws and oversaw govt.
  • Legislature: Lawmaking body
  • Women and slaves excluded from participating.
  • Citizenship was only granted to free, landowning males.
how did the greeks meet the threat of the invasion by the persians
How did the Greeks meet the threat of the invasion by the Persians?
  • 500Bc Athens was wealthiest Greek city-state.
  • 490 BC Persian invasion.
  • Sparta came to aid of Athens, bringing victory leading to an increase in their power.
what progress did the greeks under pericles make toward democratic government
What progress did the Greeks under Pericles make toward democratic government?
  • Athenian gov’t became more democratic under Pericles.
  • Direct Democracy.
  • Paid gov’t service
  • Paid Jury service
  • Stresses rights and duty of individual.
who were the philosophers
Who were the philosophers?
  • Means “lovers of wisdom”
  • Searched for laws that governed the universe.
  • Focus on ethics, morality, human behavior, social rules, government.
what did socrates think of democracy
What did Socrates think of democracy?
  • Socrates- Encouraged students to question their beliefs (Socratic Method)
  • Longtime defender of democratic system.
  • Believed the duty of the individual included submitting to the laws of the state.
  • Was executed for “corrupting the youth”.
what did plato think of democracy
What did Plato think of Democracy?
  • Distrusted democracy after Socrate's death.
  • Plato- encouraged students to question their government, felt rulers should be wise. (The Republic)
  • The Republic: Thestate should regulate every aspect of its citizens lives in order to provide for their best interests.
  • Equality at birth, but ability would determine their final status.
  • 3 classes: Workers to provide, Soldiers to defend, and Philosophers to rule.
  • Philosopher-Kings: ensure order and justice because they are wise.
what did aristotle think of democracy
What did Aristotle think of Democracy?
  • Student of Plato’s.
  • Preferred gov’t by many, not by the few.
  • Suspicious of democ. =mob rule
  • Favored constitutional gov’t ruled by members of the middle class.
  • They will be fair because they want to be rich and have been poor.
  • Politics:laws should be decided by the people and govern the people.
  • Despised Tyranny
  • Believed all should be educated.
  • “man is by nature a political animal”
  • Aristotle
how did the ideas of the ancient greeks spread beyond greece during the hellenistic age
How did the ideas of the Ancient Greeks spread beyond Greece during the Hellenistic age?
  • Alexander: student of Aristotle, leader and conqueror.
  • Spread Greek, Persian, Egyptian, and Indian influences. (Hellenistic).
  • Greek ideas of law, freedom, justice, and gov’t were left in the region.