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Honors World History I

Unit IV: Ancient Greece


Schedule

November

15/16 – Geography

18/19 – Early Greeks & What it means to be Greek

26 – Persia vs. Greece

27/28 – Quiz, Introduce Choice board and work time (Library)

29/30 – Persian and Peloponnesian Wars



Homework (Due on Date listed)

Nov. 18/19 –4.1 and 4.2 Notes

Nov. 27/28 – Quiz, Persia v. Greece Comparison Chart

Dec. 3 – 4.3 and 4.3 Notes

Dec. 4 - Quiz

Dec. 10 – 4.5 Notes Due

Dec. 13/14 – Greece Choice Board Activities Due

Dec. 18/19 –Test

Jan. 7 – Answers to Greek DBQ document Questions
December

3 – Golden Age of Pericles

4/5 – Quiz, Choice Board Time

6/7 – Fall of the Polis & Macedonians

10 – Final Choice board time

11/12 – Alexander the Great

13/14– Spread of Hellenistic Society

17 – Test Review day

18/19 – Test

20/21 – What is a DBQ?

Break – Greek Contributions DBQ—take home

Jan 7, 2013 – Return DBQ


Key Vocabulary

  1. Minoans 20. Sparta 39. Direct Democracy

  2. Mycenaean 21. Athens 40. Euclid

  3. Dorians 22. Agora 41. Pythagoras

  4. Dark Ages 23. Acropolis 42. Aeschylus

  5. Aegean Sea 24. Darius 43. Sophocles

  6. Archaic Period 25. Imperial Bureaucracy 44. Herodotus

  7. Aristocracy 26. Royal Road 45. Thucydides

  8. Draco 27. Persian War 46. Phidias

  9. Solon 28. Xerxes 47. 3 types of columns (doric, ionic, etc)

  10. Cleisthenes 29. Thermopylae 48. Archimedes

  11. Oligarchy 30. Hoplites 49. Hippocrates

  12. Tyranny 31. Infantry phalanx 50. Spartan hegemony

  13. Troy 32. Peloponnesian Wary 51. Second Athenian Empire

  14. Mythology 33. Delian Legue 52. Macedonia

  15. Arete 34. Parthenon 53. Phillip II

  16. Oracle 35. Socrates 54. Alexander the Great

  17. Homer 36. Plato 55. Hellenistic Age

  18. Classical Age 37. Aristotle

  19. Polis 38. Pericles


Key Questions


  • How did geography influence the lives of the ancient Greeks?

  • How were Greek commerce and colonization important in the ancient Mediterranean world?

  • What religious beliefs were at the center of the Greek outlook on life?

  • How did Democracy emerge in the aristocratic Greek city-states?

  • What were the Persian Wars and the Peloponnesian War, and what was their significance?

  • What was life like in Athens during the Age of Pericles?

  • How did the Greeks contribute to science, philosophy, and the arts?

  • Who were Philip of Macedonia & Alexander the Great & how did they spread Greek culture?


Extra Credit– Due on Dec 20/21. – Identify and look for 4-5 objects around your house and community that reflect different aspects of ancient Greece. For example architecture- columns. These objects can also be primary and secondary sources. Take pictures of them and create a visual representation (poster, brochure, PowerPoint, etc) of these 4-5 things with a brief explanation explaining how these trace back to ancient Greece.


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