Today’s Title: Athens vs. SpartaDO NOW • One of the contributions of the ancient Greeks was: The Olympics! • Turn to page 362-63in your textbook and read about Festivals and Games • Write down 4 bullet points that you find interesting and important!
GREEK WORD OF THE DAY • museum:αἱ μοῦσαι (Greek pronunciation: hai moũsai • A building or institution which houses a collection of artifacts. • You have 3 minutes to write a sentence under your DO NOW
Agenda • Collect Homework • Vases • Glossary Builder • Life in Athens vs. Life in Sparta • Independent Readings and Graphic Organizer • Exit Slip! (will be graded)
Homework Collectin- Mythology Mini-Project • Let’s see how your vases turned out!
Glossary Builder • military state: a city-state that is organized primarily for the purpose of waging war
Athens, Sparta, and the Wars • Before we begin to learn about these two city-states and the Wars that affected them, it is important to look back at the geography and political difference of the two: • Sparta is located in the Peloponnesian Peninsula between the mountains and the sea • Athens is located in central Greece, only four miles from the Aegean Sea • While Athens was developing through trade and democracy, Sparta was building a strong military city-state and an oligarchy
Read, Discuss, Analyze!- Read, Pair, Share • You will receive a reading packet on the city-states of Athens and Sparta. In order to properly complete the graphic organizer, you will need to carefully read the packet on your own and complete the graphic organizer as an early finisher activity • It is important to know the difference between the two city-states’: • Government • Economy • Education • Life of Women and Slaves • As you read you should make a chart to take notes like the following example in your notebook… (READ CAREFULLY!)
EARLY FINISHER • When you and your partner finish, I will come by and check your work! • You will receive a handout that you will complete on your own using page 451 in your textbook • MAKE SURE TO READ THE DIRECTIONS CAREFULLY
Read-Pair-Share • Let’s check your findings!
ATHENS vs. SPARTA! • Athens: http://www.brainpop.com/socialstudies/worldhistory/athens/ • http://search.discoveryeducation.com/ • Sparta: http://search.discoveryeducation.com/
Exit Slip • Take out a half sheet of paper! Label it as follows: Exit Slip: 6.4.6 Name: Period: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
What did Athenians value? What did Spartans value? • Athenians valued education, civic participation, and trade; Spartans valued discipline, military and self-reliance. • Athenians valued discipline, military and self-reliance; Spartans valued education, civic participation, and trade. • Athenians valued coins, trade, and military; Spartans valued iron, sports, and service. • Athenians valued iron, sports, and service; Spartans valued coins, trade, and military.
2. How did the Athenian government differ from the Spartan government? • Athens had a monarchy while Sparta had a tyranny • Athens had an oligarchy while Sparta had a democracy • Athens had a democracy while Sparta had an oligarchy • Athens and Sparta both had representative democracies
3. How did the treatment of women differ between Athens and Sparta? • Athenian women had more rights, like divorcing husbands and voting in government • Athenian women could become priestesses, citizens, and slave owners • Spartan women were trained to fight and could remarry, own property and speak to their husband’s friends • Spartan women were expected to wear fancy jewelry, remain at home, and take care of the children
4. Where was the city-state of Athens located? • In central Greece, four miles from the Aegean Sea • In the Peloponnesian Peninsula, between mountains and the sea • On the island of Crete • In the Asia Minor
5. Where was the city-state of Sparta located? • In central Greece, four miles from the Aegean Sea • In the Peloponnesian Peninsula, between mountains and the sea • On the island of Crete • In the Asia Minor
HOMEWORK • Study vocabulary from Unit 5: Ancient Greece • We have had a lot of vocabulary words in your Glossary Builder • Please make sure to review each word and its definition carefully!
VIDEOS • Crucible of Civilization • Behind the scenes of TROY