6.3 Daily Life in Athens Week 7 March 12th, 2014 Pages 11-13
The Plan: Objectives Review Early Greek Civilization Vocabulary Life in Public At Home in Athens Slavery in Ancient Greece Review Questions Evaluation Preview
Objectives Learn about the Silk Road Find out about the Han dynasty’s respect for tradition and learning Discover what important advances in technology were made in China during the Han dynasty
KEY TERMS • Agora: n. a public market and meeting place • Athens: n. a city-state in ancient Greece; the capital of modern-day Greece • Vendor: n. a seller of goods • Slavery: n. condition of being owned by someone else
Page 12 Life in Public
Life in Public, page 12 Each Greek city had an _______. The agora in ________ was the busiest and most interesting. The _________ was the hub of _________ life. But the Agora was the center of _________ life.
Life in Public, page 12 Men in Athens went to the Agora everyday to talk about _________ and _________. Buyers and _________ bargained for good prices. ________ and ________ sold their goods. Temples and __________ _________ lined the Agora
What business did Atheniansconduct in the Agora? Reading Check Page 12
At Home in Athens, page 12 • Homes in Athens were plain and made from _____ ______. • Rooms were arranged around a ________. • Kitchen, _______ _______, dining rooms, bedrooms • Water was carried from a public _________.
At Home in Athens, page 12 • Greeks ate simple foods • Breakfast: _____ • Lunch: _____, olives, bread • Dinner: was hot, fish, _________ • Dessert: cheese, fruit, _______ • Very little _____
What kinds of foods did Athenians eat? Reading Check #2 Page 12
At Home in Athens, page 12 Men went to the ______; Women stayed ______ They could not: participate in politics, ______, own ________ The could be __________ in religious groups
At Home in Athens, page 13 Woman were in charge of home and family They: ______ and ______, cared for young children, kept track of family ________, took care of _______ What did women do for the slaves?
Page 13 Slavery in Ancient Greece
Slavery in Ancient Greece, page 13 _______ was common in Ancient Greece Maybe _______ slaves lives in Athens= 1/3 of the population People became slaves when: they were captured during _____, by _______, were the children of other slaves Greeks did not want to own other Greeks so many slaves were _________
Why were many slaves in Greece foreigners? Reading Check #3 Page 13
Slavery in Ancient Greece, page 13 • Slaves did many types of work • Farm work, worked in _____, helped _____, worked in houses • House slaves were treated like _____ __ __ ______ • The most dangerous job for slaves was working in the ______ • Having slaves allowed the people of Athens to pursue ___, __________, and _______ ______.
1. What activities took place in the Agora of Athens?2. Describe the roles of slaves in ancient Greece. Review Questions Page 13
Bell Game GAME TIME!!!
Review Game Instructions Break into your assigned teams After the question is read, if you know the answer, be the first girl to grab and ring the bell If your answer is correct you earn one point for your team If you are incorrect, the other teams have a chance to steal the point You may use your books to help The team to score the most points earns stickers
What sort of foods did ancient Greeks eat? List 6 items
What jobs did Athenian women do? List 6 items.
They stayed home taking care of children, financials, spinning and weaving, training and taking care of sick slaves.
What were women not allowed to do? List 3 items.
How did people become slaves in Athens? List 3 items.
They were captured during war, by pirates, or were children of current slaves.