Greece and Rome.
The Democratic Tradition
Unit S.M.A.R.T. Goal:
10.1 – Students will be able to relate the moral and ethical principals in ancient Greek and Roman philosophy, in Judaism, and in Christianity to the development of Western political thought.
*Unit S.M.A.R.T. Goal written with this downloadable guide -> SmartGoals Template for Educators
Students will be able to understand the difference between Greece and Rome.
Students will be ready for a vocabulary quiz.
*Lesson objective written with this downloadable guide -> Writing Learning Objectives Guide
Directions: When you come in today you will see small pieces of paper on the desk next to the door. Please take one, write your name on it, and then answer the question below.
Question – “Describe Classical Art in your own words”
Task #1 – Quick review.
On Friday we started looking at the differences between Greece and Rome through notes and video.
Video 1 – Forgotten Empires: Ancient Greece
Video 2 – Ancient Rome
Task #2 – Vocabulary Practice
We are going to be taking multiple quizzes and practice runs today until we hit 95% achievement for the terms in this unit. They are still listed below.
Downloadable Textbook Section 5.3 -> 5.3-Democracy and Greece’s Golden Age
Website Version -> Section 5.3: Democracy and Greece’s Golden Age
– Classical Art
– Peloponessian war
Downloadable Textbook Section 6.1 -> 6.1-The Roman Republic
Website Version -> Section 6.1: The Roman Republic
– Punic Wars
Ticket Out the Door:
1.What would you say is the most important fact about Greece a person should remember?
2. What would you say is the most important fact about Rome a persons should remember?
Review the material from today and be ready for a brief quiz tomorrow morning right after the bell.