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1 Please do not talk at this time Sept 9 Please get out Pg. 14 A/B and look at the different types of Governments. Today we are going to start by making our First Vocab Word Maps for two opposite government types: Democracy and Autocracy HW: Quiz on Greek Contributions to Democracy on Friday.

2 We use Vocab Word Maps to learn new important vocabulary. Set up pg. 17A like this. Draw two of them… one on top and one on the bottom. Glossary Definition- Versions of the word: 2. Examples- give examples of the vocab word 3. Related Words- List words related to this concept 4. My Definition- Write a definition in your own words 5. Graphic- Draw a picture or symbol that represents this idea… Vocabulary Word Maps

3 Glossary Definition: A government that is run by the people that live under it. Versions of the Word: 2. Examples:3. Related Words: 4. Personal Definition: 5. Graphic: Vocabulary Word: Democracy

4 Glossary Definition: A government that is run by the people that live under it. Versions of the Word: 2. Examples:3. Related Words: 4. Personal Definition: 5. Graphic: Vocabulary Word: Democracy

5 Glossary Definition: A government that is run by the people that live under it. Versions of the Word: 2. Examples:3. Related Words: 4. Personal Definition: 5. Graphic: Vocabulary Word: Democracy

6 Glossary Definition: A government that is run by the people that live under it. Versions of the Word: Democratic, Demo 2. Examples:  United States  India  Ancient Greece 3. Related Words:  For the people, by the people, of the people  The people are the government  Voting  Representation in Government 4. Personal Definition: When the people make decisions and run the government themselves. 5. Graphic: VOTE Vocabulary Word: Democracy

7 Now do one for Autocracy on your own!

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10 Does yours look like this?

11 Take Away for this lesson! Pg 16AGreek Traditions in Democracy- People have the ability to use reason to solve problems Leaders need to be educated and to care about ALL their people Even the leader should follow the law (Rule of Law) Voting is a good system for letting people make decisions People have good judgment, so letting them decide a case with a jury works Three Branches of Government: Legislative to make laws, Executive to enforce laws, and Judicial to decide the laws

12 What is our School’s mascot?

13 Why do we like the Greeks so much? Using your work from last week (especially Pg. 16A), tell your partner some of the things the Greeks have given us…

14 The Battle of Thermopylae (480 BCE) Where we could have lost it all!

15 War in the Mediterranean! Persian Empire Greece

16 Two Countries Persian Empire – Autocracy – Out to Conquer the world – 2 Million Warriors Greece – Democracy – At home thinking up Algebra – 300 warriors

17 Inquiry Question: Did the Spartans sacrifice themselves to save Western Civilization at Thermopylae?

18 Today we will be practicing Sourcing Look over your handout on Reading Like a Historian on pg. 9A in your binder. Review what Sourcing is and tell your partner.

19 Source 1Source 1: 300 What happened in this clip? Did the Spartans sacrifice themselves to save Western Civilization? Why might you trust this source? Why might you not? What other sources would you like to look at? Why?

20 Please do not talk at this time Sept 10 Freshmen Orientation. No Class. HW: Quiz on Greek Contributions to Democracy on Friday.

21 Please do not talk at this time Sept 11/12 Please get Pg. 18A/B- Thermopylae Questions Also get a Folder of Documents Review Sourcing on pg 9A in your binder. Pgs in your binder collected Friday before the Quiz HW: Quiz on Greek Contributions to Democracy on Friday.

22 The Primary Sources HerodotusCtesias

23 Find the Timeline and Documents A and B Read over the timeline and the intro for each document to learn more about these two men. Use that info to answer question 1 for both document A and B. Heroditus What do we know? Ctesias What do we know? Why should we know this BEFORE reading their version of events?

24 Find the Timeline and Documents A and B Read over the timeline and the intro for each document to learn more about these two men. Use that info to answer question 1 for both document A and B. Heroditus What do we know? Ctesias What do we know? Why should we know this BEFORE reading their version of events?

25 Find the Timeline and Documents A and B Read over the timeline and the intro for each document to learn more about these two men. Use that info to answer question 1 for both document A and B. Heroditus What do we know? Ctesias What do we know? Why should we know this BEFORE reading their version of events?

26 Now read Documents A and B Answer the questions on pg 18A about these two Primary Sources.

27 Herodotus (Document A) Source: Who is Herodotus? When did he write this? Where do you think he got his information from? Summarize: According to Herodotus, did the Spartans sacrifice themselves to save Western Civilization? Explain. Identify: According to Herodotus, how many Persians did the Spartans fight at Thermopylae?

28 Ctesias (Document B) Source: Who is Ctesias? When did he write this? Where did he get his information from? Summarize: According to Ctesias, did the Spartans sacrifice themselves to save Western Civilization? Explain. (HINT: What does Ctesias say about Spartan retreat and surrender?) Identify: According to Ctesias, how many Persians did the Spartans fight at Thermoyplae?

29 Evaluating the Primary Sources (Documents A and B) Corroborate: Do Herodotus (Doc A) and Ctesias (Doc B) agree on how many Persians the Spartans fought at Thermopylae? Explain. Evaluate: Why might Herodotus lie to exaggerate the sacrifice of the Spartans his account of the battle? Why might he be telling the truth? Evaluate: Why might Ctesias lie to down play the sacrifice of the Spartans in his account of the battle? Why might he be telling the truth?

30 Herodotus (Document A) Source: Who is Herodotus? When did he write this? Where do you think he got his information from? Summarize: According to Herodotus, did the Spartans sacrifice themselves to save Western Civilization? Explain. Identify: According to Herodotus, how many Persians did the Spartans fight at Thermopylae?

31 Ctesias (Document B) Source: Who is Ctesias? When did he write this? Where did he get his information from? Summarize: According to Ctesias, did the Spartans sacrifice themselves to save Western Civilization? Explain. (HINT: What does Ctesias say about Spartan retreat and surrender?) Identify: According to Ctesias, how many Persians did the Spartans fight at Thermoyplae?

32 Evaluating the Primary Sources (Documents A and B) Corroborate: Do Herodotus (Doc A) and Ctesias (Doc B) agree on how many Persians the Spartans fought at Thermopylae? Explain. Evaluate: Why might Herodotus lie to exaggerate the sacrifice of the Spartans his account of the battle? Why might he be telling the truth? Evaluate: Why might Ctesias lie to down play the sacrifice of the Spartans in his account of the battle? Why might he be telling the truth?

33 Herodotus (Document A) Source: Who is Herodotus? When did he write this? Where do you think he got his information from? Summarize: According to Herodotus, did the Spartans sacrifice themselves to save Western Civilization? Explain. Identify: According to Herodotus, how many Persians did the Spartans fight at Thermopylae?

34 Ctesias (Document B) Source: Who is Ctesias? When did he write this? Where did he get his information from? Summarize: According to Ctesias, did the Spartans sacrifice themselves to save Western Civilization? Explain. (HINT: What does Ctesias say about Spartan retreat and surrender?) Identify: According to Ctesias, how many Persians did the Spartans fight at Thermoyplae?

35 Evaluating the Primary Sources (Documents A and B) Corroborate: Do Herodotus (Doc A) and Ctesias (Doc B) agree on how many Persians the Spartans fought at Thermopylae? Explain. Evaluate: Why might Herodotus lie to exaggerate the sacrifice of the Spartans his account of the battle? Why might he be telling the truth? Evaluate: Why might Ctesias lie to down play the sacrifice of the Spartans in his account of the battle? Why might he be telling the truth?

36 Take a Stand! After the first round of evidence, did the Spartans sacrifice themselves to save Western Civilization? Find ONE QUOTATION to back up your claim! Write it on the bottom of your paper!

37 The Secondary Sources Tom HollandCyrus Kar

38 Find Documents C and D Read the intro for each document to learn more about these two men. Use that info to answer question 1 for both document C and D. Tom Holland What do we know? Cyrus Kar What do we know? Why should we know this BEFORE reading their version of events?

39 Find Documents C and D Read the intro for each document to learn more about these two men. Use that info to answer question 1 for both document C and D. Tom Holland What do we know? Cyrus Kar What do we know? Why should we know this BEFORE reading their version of events?

40 Now read Documents C and D Answer the questions on pg 18C about these two Primary Sources.

41 The Secondary Sources (Documents C and D) Tom Holland (Document C) Source: Who is Tom Holland? Where is he from? When did he write this? Summarize: According to Tom Holland, did the Spartans sacrifice themselves to save Western Civilization? Explain.

42 Cyrus Kar (Document D) Source: Who is Cyrus Kar? Where is he from? When did he write this? Summarize: According to Cyrus Kar, did the Spartans sacrifice themselves to save Western Civilization?

43 The Secondary Sources (Documents C and D) Tom Holland (Document C) Source: Who is Tom Holland? Where is he from? When did he write this? Summarize: According to Tom Holland, did the Spartans sacrifice themselves to save Western Civilization? Explain.

44 Cyrus Kar (Document D) Source: Who is Cyrus Kar? Where is he from? When did he write this? Summarize: According to Cyrus Kar, did the Spartans sacrifice themselves to save Western Civilization?

45 Evaluating the Secondary Sources (Documents C and D) Discuss: After reading what both historians have to say, why might they have conflicting views on the importance of the Spartan sacrifice at the Battle of Thermopylae? Justify: Considering all the sources you have read, did the Spartans sacrifice themselves to save Western Civilization at Thermopylae?

46 Take a Stand After the second round of evidence, did the Spartans sacrifice themselves to save Western Civilization? Find ONE QUOTATION from Documents C or D to back up your claim! Write it on the bottom of your paper!

47 Please do not talk at this time Sept 13 Collect the following, Staple them together, write your name on them and put them in the turn in box. – Pg 13 Ancient Greek Thinkers (+ Deep Thinking Question) – Pg. 15 More Greek Thinkers (+ Deep thinking Question) – Pg 17 Vocab Word Maps – Staple a scoring sheet to this packet too. HW: Thermopylae Essay due Monday- Typed!

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49 Please get Pg. 18A-D Thermopylae Questions Also get a Folder of Documents Review Sourcing on pg 9A in your binder.

50 Now look at the organizational Chart on pg. 18D Fill out this chart for yourself as we go over it together. You will rewrite what you put in the chart as your first writing assignment for this class.

51 How are social studies writing assignments different than English Writing Assignments? Social Studies assignments don’t EVER use “I” or “you” or “we”, so don’t write “I think that…” Instead just say what you think as a claim. Social Studies assignments always use Formal Language so avoid slang, or words like “stuff”, “hella”, “sucked” and so on. Find formal words to say the same things. Look on the walls and the next slide! No Rhetorical Questions! You don’t need a Hook! No Filler! Just get to the point

52 Academic transition Words Transitions- also, again, as well as, besides, coupled with, furthermore, in addition, likewise, moreover, similarly, To indicate evidence: chiefly, especially, for instance, in particular, markedly, namely, particularly, including, specifically, such as, for example, for instance, for one thing, as an illustration, illustrated with, as an example, in this case Refer to a document- In document____; when ______ said “_______,” he meant_______; to quote _______, who said _______; Explanation- because, on account of

53 Document Camera Time!

54 Index so far Pg 17A Democracy/Autocracy VWM Pg 18 A-D Thermopylae Lesson


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