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  1. Active Reading Note-Taking Guide Chapter 5 The Ancient Greeks Section 3 Alexander the Great

  2. Alexander the Great Alexander the Great’s parents hired Aristotle to be his personal tutor. Aristotle trained Alexander in literature, science, medicine, and philosophy.

  3. Chapter 5, Section 3Alexander the Great(Pages 174–179) Main Idea Setting a Purpose for Reading Think about these questions as you read: • How did Philip II of Macedonia unite the Greek states? • How did Alexander the Great change history? p. 101

  4. Invaded Asia Minor and won Battle of Granicus Chapter 5, Section 3Alexander the Great(Pages 174–179) Reading Strategy Freed Greek cities in Asia Minor from Persian rule Captured Syria and Egypt As you read pages 176–179 in your textbook, complete this diagram to track the achievements of Alexander the Great. Built Alexandria Defeated Persians at Gaugamela Took rest of Persian Empire Marched east and entered India

  5. Chapter 5, Section 3Macedonia Attacks Greece (pages 175–176) Predicting Skip Places To Locate Macedonia:kingdom to the north of Greece Chaeronea:place near Thebes, location of the Greeks’ loss in battle to the Macedonians p. 102

  6. Chapter 5, Section 3Macedonia Attacks Greece (pages 175–176) People To Meet Philip II:king of Macedonia who defeated the Greeks Academic Vocabulary Skip p. 102

  7. Chapter 5, Section 3Macedonia Attacks Greece (pages 175–176) Sum It Up Why did Philip II invade Greece? Philip needed to unite the Greek city-states with his own kingdom to defeat the Persian Empire. p. 102

  8. Chapter 5, Section 3Alexander Builds an Empire (pages 176–179) Previewing Skip Terms To Know legacy:what a person leaves behind after death Hellenistic Era:period when Greek ideas spread to the peoples of southwest Asia p. 81

  9. Chapter 5, Section 3Alexander Builds an Empire (pages 176–179) Places To Locate Syria:land in Asia Minor captured by Alexander Alexandria:great city in Egypt built by Alexander Academic Vocabulary Skip Terms To Review Skip p. 104

  10. Chapter 5, Section 3Alexander Builds an Empire (pages 176–179) Sum It Up What was Alexander’s legacy? Alexander spread Greek and Macedonian rule over a large area. He also spread Greek art, ideas, language, and architecture. p. 104

  11. Chapter 5, Section 3Alexander the Great(Pages 174–179) Section Wrap Up How did Philip II of Macedonia unite the Greek states? Philip conquered them one city-state at a time. He did this to create a kingdom strong enough to defeat the Persian Empire. p. 105

  12. Chapter 5, Section 3Alexander the Great(Pages 174–179) Section Wrap Up How did Alexander the Great change history? Alexander spread Greek and Macedonian rule over a large area. He also spread Greek art, ideas, language, and architecture. p. 105