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    Mon. 1/24

              * Bell Ringer, PowerPoint slide

              * PowerPoint Athens and Sparta

              * Unwrap Athens and Sparta

              * Notes write down the seminaries and differences between Athens and Sparta

              * Study Guide

    Tues. 1/25

     

              * Bell Ringer, PowerPoint slide

              * Greek City-State Venn diagram. Athens and Sparta

              * Class discussion Athens and Sparta

              * Writing assignment list two important difference between Athens and Sparta

              * The Persian War

              * Study Guide         

              Wed. 1/26

               * Bell Ringer, PowerPoint slide

              * Nearpod Athens and Sparta and the Peloponnesian War

              * Ancient Greece Study Guide

    Thur. 1/27

              * Bell Ringer, PowerPoint slide

              * Video the Odyssey

              * Unwrap Greek Mythology and Mythology.

              * Complete Characteristics of Civilizations organizer.

              * It Came from Greek Mythology task

              * Class discussion Mythology

    1. Why do you think Greeks formed such a complex mythology with such as

                         multitude of  gods, goddesses, and heroes?

    1. What are Greek myths supposed to explain?
    2. Why do you think relationships in Greek myths are so complex?
    3. In what ways do Greek myths reflect Greek society?
    4. In what ways do Greek myths reflect the geographic environment of Greece?
    5. What connections in Greek mythology regarding relationships between humans,

                         humans and gods or hero figures, or humans and their environment is still relevant

                         for today’s society?

              * Study Guide  

      Fri. 01/28

              * Bell Ringer, PowerPoint slide

              * Unwrap Olympics and The Olympic Games.

              * Live from Ancient Olympia task

              * Class discussion

    1. What was the connection between Greek mythology and the Olympic Games?
    2. What were Olympic competitions meant to prove?
    3. How did ancient Greek Olympic events differ from modern events, and why do you

                        think the ancient Olympics included those specific events?

    1. What influences of the Greek Olympics are evident for us today?

              * Study Guide

     

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  • Mon. 10/25

          * Bell Ringer, PowerPoint slide

              * daily life in ancient Egypt research class project

               *  Students will create a PowerPoint presentation on one of the topics below 8 slides

    1. religious beliefs
    2. fishing/hunting
    3. burial customs
    4. architecture/housing
    5. farming/agriculture
    6. government
    7. food/drink
    8. writing/song/dance/games
    9. clothing/jewelry/cosmetics
    10. inventions/achievements* Egypt’s Greatest Leaders

               * Study Guide

    Tues. 10/26

          * Bell Ringer, PowerPoint slide

              * daily life in ancient Egypt research class project

               *  Students will create a PowerPoint presentation on one of the topics below 8 slides

    1. religious beliefs
    2. fishing/hunting
    3. burial customs
    4. architecture/housing
    5. farming/agriculture
    6. government
    7. food/drink
    8. writing/song/dance/games
    9. clothing/jewelry/cosmetics
    10. inventions/achievements* Egypt’s Greatest Leaders

               * Study Guide

    Wed. 10/27

                * Bell Ringer, PowerPoint slide

              * daily life in ancient Egypt research class project

               *  Students will create a PowerPoint presentation on one of the topics below 8 slides

    1. religious beliefs
    2. fishing/hunting
    3. burial customs
    4. architecture/housing
    5. farming/agriculture
    6. government
    7. food/drink
    8. writing/song/dance/games
    9. clothing/jewelry/cosmetics
    10. inventions/achievements* Egypt’s Greatest Leaders

               * Study Guide

    Thur. 10/28

          * Bell Ringer, PowerPoint slide

              * daily life in ancient Egypt research class project

               *  Students will create a PowerPoint presentation on one of the topics below 8 slides

    1. religious beliefs
    2. fishing/hunting
    3. burial customs
    4. architecture/housing
    5. farming/agriculture
    6. government
    7. food/drink
    8. writing/song/dance/games
    9. clothing/jewelry/cosmetics
    10. inventions/achievements* Egypt’s Greatest Leaders

               * Study Guide

     

      

    Fri. 10/29

              

               * Bell Ringer, PowerPoint slide

               * Students will present their PowerPoint to the class

               * Study Guide

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