What Do I have To Do?



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04.03 Sparta and Athens

[Write your name here]


What Do I Have To Do?


In this lesson, you learned about the city-states of Athens and Sparta. Suppose that you are an Athenian visiting Sparta, or a Spartan who has received permission to visit Athens. You must write a letter to a friend at home telling him or her about your visit. Although Athens and Sparta were both Greek and shared some common elements of Greek culture, they were also very different.

How were Sparta and Athens alike? How were they different? Be sure to include details about how the city you are visiting and how it compares to your city.


Step 1: Choose Your Point of View


Choose one of the following types of persons and write your letter from their point of view:

The point of view I choose is [Write Person Type From List]

Step 2: Choose Your Destination


Choose one of the following destinations:

  • an Athenian visiting Sparta

  • a Spartan visiting Athens

The destination I wish to write about is [Write your destination here]

Step 3: Write Your Letter Home


Your letter must:

Dear [Write Name Here] ,

[Write Paragraph One Here – Remember the requirements in Step 3]

[Write Paragraph Two Here – Remember the requirements in Step 3]

Sincerely,

[Write Name Here]

04.03 Regular Rubric





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Score Yourself!

What content did you learn?

40 points

All of the following are present:



  • includes a letter home about Athens or Sparta that is at least two paragraphs

  • letter is written from the perspective of one of the following: slave, boy or girl citizen, soldier, wealthy citizen

  • compares similarities and differences between Athens and Sparta foreach of the following: geography, social structure, government

30 points

No more than one of the following elements is missing:



  • includes a letter home about Athens or Sparta that is at least two paragraphs

  • letter is written from the perspective of one of the following: slave, boy or girl citizen, soldier, wealthy citizen

  • compares similarities and differences between Athens and Sparta for each of the following: geography, social structure, government

20 points

No more than two of the following elements are missing:



  • includes a letter home about Athens or Sparta that is at least two paragraphs

  • letter is written from the perspective of one of the following: slave, boy or girl citizen, soldier, wealthy citizen

  • compares similarities and differences between Athens and Sparta foreach of the following: geography, social structure, government




Can you apply what you learned?

40 points

All of the following are present:

30 points

No more than one of the following is missing:



  • evidence of understanding how different social classes in Ancient Greece might have perceived what life was like in ancient Athens or Sparta

  • accurate and detailed comparison of geography, social structure, and government

  • evidence of understanding that ancient Greece had a diversity of social and political structures

20 points

No more than two of the following are missing:



  • evidence of understanding how different social classes in Ancient Greece might have perceived what life was like in ancient Athens or Sparta

  • accurate and detailed comparison of geography, social structure, and government

  • evidence of understanding that ancient Greece had a diversity of social and political structures




How are you using your 21st century presentation skills?

20 points

All of the following are present:



15 points

No more than one of the following is missing:



  • organized format

  • easy to read and comprehend

  • work is checked for spelling and grammar

10 points

No more than two of the following are missing:



  • organized format

  • easy to read and comprehend

  • work is checked for spelling and grammar







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