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Monday, Sept. 15 th. Today, You Will Need: Classical Mediterranean Civilizations Reading Classical Mediterranean Civilizations Questions and Responses Writing Tools (Paper and Pen; Highlighters) Learning Target:

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monday sept 15 th
Monday, Sept. 15th
  • Today, You Will Need:
    • Classical Mediterranean Civilizations Reading
    • Classical Mediterranean Civilizations Questions and Responses
    • Writing Tools (Paper and Pen; Highlighters)
  • Learning Target:
    • Students will be able to analyze similarities and differences amongst classical civilizations.
    • Students will be able to compose comparative paragraphs that analyze similarities and differences between classical civilizations.
    • Homework for tonight: Strayer’s Reading 129-138 with questions. It will be posted to the website in color. If you need a print out let me know and I will have copies available after school.
connection to key concepts
Connection to Key Concepts
  • Students will be able to identify and analyze techniques used to administer Classical Empires (KC 2.2.2)
  • Students will be able to compare gender and family structures in Classical Empires (KC 2.2.4)
on your own write a comparative paragraph for each of the following questions
On Your Own, Write a Comparative Paragraph for Each of the Following Questions:
  • Using ONE of the following thematic categories, analyze similarities and differences in Classical Athens and Sparta
    • Political Organization
    • Social Structure
    • Economy
    • Culture
  • Compare and contrast the imperial administration of Classical Persia to the imperial administration of ONE of the following Classical Empires
    • Han China
    • Mauryan/Gupta India
annotating comparative paragraphs
Annotating Comparative Paragraphs
  • Underline topic sentence
  • Make Margin Notations for Each Similarity/Difference
      • 1S – 1st Similarity
      • 1D – 1st Difference
      • 2S/D – Additional similarity/difference
  • Circle each piece of specific evidence
  • Highlight Analysis for Each Similarity/Difference
template comparison paragraph
Template Comparison Paragraph

There are many similarities and differences when comparing (category of comparison) in (Region 1) and (Region 2) during the (Time Period). First, Region 1 and Region 2 are similar in that both (identify specific similarity). This is due to (include explanation of WHY or HOW similar). However, while Region 1(identify characteristic) because of (explain reason), Region 2 (identify characteristic) because of (explain reason). Finally, (insert third similarity or difference with explanation).

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There are many similarities in the political organization of Mesopotamia and Egypt in the River Valley Period. First, Mesopotamia and Egypt are similar in that both are ruled autocratically, or by one person. Mesopotamian city-states are ruled by kings, and Egypt is ruled by a pharaoh. Next, Mesopotamia and Egypt are also similar because both use religion to legitimize political rule. Egyptian pharaohs claim to be gods, while the Mesopotamian kings claim to have a direct relationship with the gods. Finally, Mesopotamian and Egyptian political organizations are different because Mesopotamia is decentralized into city-states due to its lack of natural barriers beyond the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers. City-states allowed Mesopotamia to more rapidly protect itself, while Egypt’s natural protection through the Nile River and the Sahara Desert allowed for more centralized rule.

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1S

There are many similarities and differences in the political organization of Mesopotamia and Egypt in the River Valley Period. First, Mesopotamia and Egypt are similar in that both are ruled autocratically, or by one person. Mesopotamian city-states are ruled by kings, and Egypt is ruled by a pharaoh. Next, Mesopotamia and Egypt are also similar because both use religion to legitimize political rule and ensure loyalty from the people. For example, Egyptian pharaohs claim to be gods, while the Mesopotamian kings claim to have a direct relationship with the gods. Finally, Mesopotamian and Egyptian political organizations are different because Mesopotamia is decentralized into city-states due to its lack of natural barriers beyond the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers. City-states allowed Mesopotamia to more rapidly protect itself, while Egypt’s natural protection through the Nile River and the Sahara Desert allowed for more centralized rule.

2S

1D

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Egypt and Mesopotamia are very similar and different. Egypt developed along the Nile River and used it farm and trade. Pharaohs were considered gods and maintained centralized control over Egypt. Because the Nile flooded predictably, they were able to become successful economically. The Egyptians were polytheistic and built the pyramids to honor the gods. The Mesopotamians also built monumental architecture to honor their complex system of gods and goddesses. They used cuneiform to help administer the city-states within the region and write law codes such as Hammurabi’s Code. The Tigris and Euphrates flooded unpredictably causing them to fear their gods and try to appease them.

what are the issues
What are the issues?
  • There is no topic sentence
  • Similarities and differences are not discussed
  • No analysis
  • Evidence is listed rather than being discussed in a comparative format
tuesday september 16 th
Tuesday, September 16th
  • Today, You Will Need:
    • Comparative Paragraphs from Yesterday
    • Handouts from Monday
    • Han/Roman Reading and Questions
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II. Patterns of Greek and Roman HistoryB. Rome
  • Roman Republic Punic Wars (264–146 B.C.E.)
  • Carthage
  • Phoenician
  • Hannibal
  • Julius Caesar
  • end of republic
  • Empire
  • Augustus Caesar
  • Marcus Aurelius
  • Diocletian
  • Constantine
  • Christianity

Italy and the Aegean

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II. Patterns of Greek and Roman HistoryB. Rome
  • Roman Republic Punic Wars (264–146 B.C.E.)
  • Carthage
  • Phoenician
  • Hannibal
  • Julius Caesar
  • end of republic
  • Empire
  • Augustus Caesar
  • Marcus Aurelius
  • Diocletian
  • Constantine
  • Christianity

The Expansion of the Roman Empire, 133 B.C.E.

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Roman Political Institutions
  • Rome Government Senate
  • Consuls
  • Assemblies
  • Rhetoric
  • Marcus Tullius Cicero
  • Law codes
  • 12 Tables, by 450 B.C.E.
on your own write a comparative paragraph for the following question
On Your Own, Write a Comparative Paragraph for the Following Question:
  • Compare and contrast the imperial administration of the Han and Roman Empires throughout the Classical Period.