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  1. Greece and RomeIntroduction Greece and Rome have impacted the American Democratic Jurisprudence system in ways that can not be ignored. Athenian Democracy is considered the first Democratic model of Western Civilization. Roman Representative Government makes another significant contribution to what will later impact the American Model for a Republic. In addition we have the Code of Justinian (Twelve Tables) that brings further accountability through the Law to the Roman people. Both Greece and Rome have had a tremendous impact on the American legal and democratic systems.

  2. Leaner Task Objectives • Your mission is to select 3 Web Sites per content category (Days 1-5) listed in the rubric below. Please give a three hundred word paragraph description for each of the three web sites per content area. This equals three hundred words per paragraph or 900 total words, and three distinct paragraphs per daily content area. Explain the daily content in the various daily (three) links and how these various sites will make your case for the Middle Ages, as either a Dark or Bright Age. You are required to incorporate an MLA Citation at the bottom of each 300 word paragraph description for the web sites (3 in all per category) of your choosing. • Remember to describe and provide analysis for each of the various web sites that will make your case for the Middle Ages as either a Dark or Bright Age. • Learner Objectives (Days 1-8) • Your mission is to make a compelling case one way or the other that this is indeed a time of darkness or rather a time of light.. You will conduct research and become an authority on this time period that spans roughly 600 AD- 1400’s. • You are responsible for completing the 5 daily assignments and also building an interactive Power Point presentation with relevant Internet source material that will support your case one way or the other. Your power point should have a Works Cited page with a minimum of 10 sources in MLA format. There is a rubric on the following page that will further clarify the format for your research project.

  3. Evaluation Rubric • Point Breakdown • *The Preliminary Research is worth 100 points. • *The Power Point Presentation is also worth 100 points. • *The project total is worth 200 total points. • (Days 1-5 Monday – Due Friday Completed in Class) • Each Category is worth 20 points. • (Day #1- Mon.) Social/ Economic (20 Points) • (Day #2-Tues.) Technology/ Architecture (20 Points) • (Day #3-Wed.) History/ Politics (20 Points) • (Day #4-Thurs.) Religion/ Culture (20 Points) • (Day #5-Fri.) Education/ Art/ Literature (20 Points) • *Points will be deducted for punctuation and spelling errors. All sites should have a 100 word descriptive analysis. I suggest using the word count in Microsoft Word to monitor your word count. *Web Site Analysis (100 Points Total) • Power Point Presentation Rubric • (Days 6-8 Saturday –Monday- Due first thing Monday morning) • (Page #1) Title Page (5 Points) • (Page #2) Social/Economic Content (15 Points) • (Page #3) Technology/ Architecture Content (15 Points) • (Page #4) History/Politics Content (15 Points) • (Page #5) Religion/Culture Content (15 Points) • (Page #6) Education/Art/ Literature Content (15 Points) • (Page #7) Summation of your position (10 Points) • (Page #8) MLA Citations (Works Cited)(10 Points) • *Points will be deducted for grammar and punctuation errors. • (Power Point =100 Points Total) • Preliminary Research Rubric & PowerPoint Rubric = 200 Point Total.

  4. Alexander the Great Conquest of Persia and India Athens Constantine Diocletian Greco-Roman Civilization Architecture Art Engineering Science Hannibal Carthaginian Army Hellenistic Civilization Macedonian Pax Ramona Peloponnesian War Sparta The Age of Pericles The Palace at Knossos The Persian Wars The Polis The Trojan War Day #1Socio-economics • Your mission is to select 3 Web Sites per content category (Days 1-5) listed in the rubric below. Please give a three hundred word paragraph description for each of the three web sites per content area. This equals three hundred words per paragraph or 900 total words, and three distinct paragraphs per daily content area. Explain the daily content in the various daily (three) links and how these various sites will make your case for the Middle Ages, as either a Dark or Bright Age. You are required to incorporate an MLA Citation at the bottom of each 300 word paragraph description for the websites ( 3 in all per category) of your choosing.

  5. Day #2Technology & Architecture • Aqueducts • Baths of Caracalla • Greek Columns • Mount Olympus • Immense palaces, temples, stadiums, and victory arches. • Medicine • Hippocrates • Painting • On vases and other pottery. • Pantheon • Sculpturing • Athena • Realistic • Gods, goddesses, athletes • Your mission is to select 3 Web Sites per content category (Days 1-5) listed in the rubric below. Please give a three hundred word paragraph description for each of the three web sites per content area. This equals three hundred words per paragraph or 900 total words, and three distinct paragraphs per daily content area. Explain the daily content in the various daily (three) links and how these various sites will make your case for the Middle Ages, as either a Dark or Bright Age. You are required to incorporate an MLA Citation at the bottom of each 300 word paragraph description for the websites ( 3 in all per category) of your choosing.

  6. Aristocracy Augustus Caligula and Nero Consuls Democracy Dictator Imperial Rome Julius Caesar Crossing the Rubicon The Ides of MarchMonarchy Legion Legislature Marcus Aurelius Oligarchy Patricians Peloponnesian League Phalanx Plebeians Republic Tiberius and Gaius Gracchus Two Systems Civil Law Law of Nations Tyrants Day #3History & Politics • Your mission is to select 3 Web Sites per content category (Days 1-5) listed in the rubric below. Please give a three hundred word paragraph description for each of the three web sites per content area. This equals three hundred words per paragraph or 900 total words, and three distinct paragraphs per daily content area. Explain the daily content in the various daily (three) links and how these various sites will make your case for the Middle Ages, as either a Dark or Bright Age. You are required to incorporate an MLA Citation at the bottom of each 300 word paragraph description for the websites ( 3 in all per category) of your choosing.

  7. Day #4Religion & Culture • Christianity • Paul • Hera • Heresies • Jews • Messiah • Minoan Civilization • Polytheistic • Sophists • The Myceneans • Zeus • Zeus and Hera • Your mission is to select 3 Web Sites per content category (Days 1-5) listed in the rubric below. Please give a three hundred word paragraph description for each of the three web sites per content area. This equals three hundred words per paragraph or 900 total words, and three distinct paragraphs per daily content area. Explain the daily content in the various daily (three) links and how these various sites will make your case for the Middle Ages, as either a Dark or Bright Age. You are required to incorporate an MLA Citation at the bottom of each 300 word paragraph description for the websites ( 3 in all per category) of your choosing.

  8. Archimedes Aristarchus Aristotle Demosthenes Historians Tacitus Virgil Homer Plays Comedy Tragedy Philosophers Stoicism Phoenician, Greek, and Roman alphabet Plato Pythagoras Rhetoric Socrates Day #5Education, Art, & Literature • Your mission is to select 3 Web Sites per content category (Days 1-5) listed in the rubric below. Please give a three hundred word paragraph description for each of the three web sites per content area. This equals three hundred words per paragraph or 900 total words, and three distinct paragraphs per daily content area. Explain the daily content in the various daily (three) links and how these various sites will make your case for the Middle Ages, as either a Dark or Bright Age. You are required to incorporate an MLA Citation at the bottom of each 300 word paragraph description for the websites ( 3 in all per category) of your choosing.

  9. Teacher PageLeaner Standards • State Social Science Learner Standards as they pertain to this Web Quest on the Middle Ages. • California State Content Standards for 10th grade World History. • Students in grade ten study major turning points that shaped the modern world, from the late eighteenth century through the present, including the cause and course of two world wars. They trace the rise of democratic ideas and develop an understanding of the historical roots of current world issues, especially as they pertain to international relations. They extrapolate from the American experience that democratic ideals are often achieved at a high price, remain vulnerable, and are not practiced everywhere in the world.Students develop an understanding of current world issues and relate them to their historical geographic, political, economic, and cultural contexts. Students consider multiple accounts of events in order to understand international relations from a variety of perspectives. • 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. • 2. Trace the development of the Western political ideas of the rule of law and illegitimacy of tyranny, drawing from 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. • California Social Science Standards for 10th Grade World History as it pertains to this Web Quest on Greece and Rome are continued on the following page.

  10. Teacher Page Leaner StandardsContinued • 10.2 Students compare and contrast theGlorious Revolution of England, the American Revolution, and the French Revolution and their enduring effects worldwide on the political expectations for self government and individual liberty. • 2. List the principles of the Magna Carta, the English Bill of rights (1689), the American declaration of Independence (1776), the French Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen (1789) and the U.S. Bill of Rights. • These are the standards I have found correlate to some degree with this Web Quest on Greece and Rome. Democracy is a major theme in the standards throughout our survey course study of World History. • Greece and Rome serves as another building block towards the evolution of American Democracy. Ranging from the 10 Commandments through Athenian Democracy, the Roman Republic, the Magna Carta, and the spread of Christianity (Protestant Reformation). This is another step towards diminishing the role of monarchs in Western Europe and another small step towards American Democracy. It is important for students to see American Democracy as a historical process over thousands of years, that slowly grows towards freedom for all people in Western Civilization. It is also important to note that when the American Union is formed women are unable to vote and slavery for African Americans still exists. Even after this a Civil Rights Movement in the 1960’s is crucial towards further democratizing America for all people i.e. women and minorities. The main concept is that democracy is a process that can be traced before, after and during the Middle Ages.

  11. Age of Pericles ANCIENT MACEDONIA Ancient Greece: The Persian Wars Ancient Greek Science and Technology Ancient Greece: Sparta Ancient Greece: The Persian Wars Ancient Greek and Roman Art Ancient Greek Art & Architecture Ancient Greek medicine Archimedes Aristarchus Aristotle Aristocracy Carthaginian Army Demosthenes, Greece, ancient history Early Christianity Early Church and Heresies Greek Alphabet Greek Government Greek Plays and Playwrights Hannibal Hellenistic Civilization Historians Homer Hellenistic Greece: Alexander Images of the Pantheon, 125-28 C. E., Rome. Late Minoan Painting and Other Representational Art Lecture on Roman Engineering Mount Olympus News, Books Pax Ramona Peloponnesian League PELOPONNESIAN WAR Philosophers Plato Polis Plato's dialogues - Republic Polytheistic Pythagoras' Theorem. Rhetoric Roman Art and Architecture Roman Civilization Roman Emperors - DIR Augustus Rome: Imperial Rome Royalty - The World of Royalty - History, Two The Systems Socrates The Ancient City of Athens The Palace of Knossos The Throne of the Caesars: Marcus Aurelius The Trojan War Myth in Ancient Art The Emperor Diocletian: 284-305Roman Emperors - DIR Constantine I Zeus and Hera List of Web Sites