Lesson Plans for Monday May 18, 2015 through Friday 22, 2015

Monday 5/18/2015

Essential Question: How did democracy develop in ancient Greece?

Warm-Up: Watch Channel One News and Type 1 notes listing 3 details about that topic.

Key Content Terms: monarchy, aristocrat, oligarchy, tyranny, democracy, citizen, assembly

Activity:

  1. Watch Crash Course: Buddhism.
  2. Introduce Chapter 26 p.277
  3. Chapter 26: The Rise of Democracy Reading Notes pages 276-281

Tuesday 5/19/2015

Essential Question: How did democracy develop in ancient Greece?

Warm-Up: Watch Channel One News and Type 1 notes listing 3 details about that topic.

Key Content Terms: monarchy, aristocrat, oligarchy, tyranny, democracy, citizen, assembly

Activity:

  1. Watch Crash Course: Ancient Greece.
  2. Chapter 26: The Rise of Democracy Reading Notes pages 276-281

HOMEWORK

Wednesday 5/20/2015

Essential Question: What were the major differences between Athens and Sparta?

Warm-Up: Watch Channel One News and Type 1 notes listing 3 details about that topic.

Key Content Terms: Athens, Sparta, Peloponnesus, Council of 500, agora, Council Elders

Activity:

  1. Watch Crash Course: Alexander the Great
  2. Introduce Chapter 27 p.283
  3. Chapter 26: Life in Two City-States: Athens and Sparta Reading Notes pages 282-293

Thursday 5/21/2015

Essential Question: What were the major differences between Athens and Sparta?

Warm-Up: Watch Channel One News and Type 1 notes listing 3 details about that topic.

Key Content Terms: Athens, Sparta, Peloponnesus, Council of 500, agora, Council Elders

Activity:

  1. Watch Crash Course: Silk Road
  2. Chapter 26: Life in Two City-States: Athens and Sparta Reading Notes pages 282-293

HOMEWORK

Friday 5/22/2015

Essential Question: How did ancient Greece contribute to the modern world?

Warm-Up: Watch Channel One News and Type 1 notes listing 3 details about that topic.

Key Content Terms: Athens, Sparta, Peloponnesus, Council of 500, agora, Council Elders

Activity:

  1. Lancer Notes The Revolution of Democracy video
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