|Subject Area||World History/ Advanced|
|Unit of Instruction||Ancient Greece|
SS.6.W.3.2- Explain the democratic concepts (polis, civic participation and voting rights,
SS.6.W.3.5- Summarize the important achievements and contributions of ancient Greek
SS.6.G.2.1- Explain how major physical characteristics, natural resources, climate, and absolute
SS.6.G.2.5- Interpret how geographic boundaries invite or limit interaction with other regions
|Learning Targets and Learning Criteria|
Students will discuss the development of democracy in ancient Greece.
This week, and next students will be able to discuss topics on Greek art and architecture, athletic competitions, the birth of democracy and civic responsibility, drama, history, literature, mathematics, medicine, philosophy, science, and warfare.
Monday/Tuesday: students will have their typical bell ringer and we will discuss the physical features of Greece. We will work as a group and students will act out the settlement of Greece. We will discuss and then students will work on pages 180-181 in their interactive notebooks.
Wednesday- Students will finish up their interactive notebook pages and then we will begin our discussion in Greek democracy. Students will begin their foldables on Greek government.
Thursday/Friday- Students will complete their foldables and submit them for a grade.
Greek Governments Foldable
Interactive Notebook pages 180-181