11Fluency: Characterization/Dialogue Listen as I read “Naming the City.”As I read, notice how I use tone of voice, volume, and rate to convey the various characters’ personalities.Be ready to answer questions after I finish.
12Fluency: Characterization/Dialogue Why did the city in this story flourish?Why did the gods feel that the city should carry Athena’s name?
13Concept Vocabulary acropolis – high fortress of an ancient Greek city agora – marketplace of ancient Greecetemples – buildings used for the service or worship of a god or gods(Next Slide)
23Vocabulary Words architecture – style or special manner of building democracy – government that is run by the people who live under itempire – a group of countries or states under one rule or government
24Vocabulary Words ideal – just as you would wish, perfect mythology – a group of legends or stories about a particular country or person
25More Words to Knowethics - the study of standards of right and wrong; the part of philosophy dealing with moral conduct, duty, and judgmentfrescoes - pictures or designs created by painting with water colors on clean, fresh plaster(next slide)
28it would be criminall to destroy those greek temple It would be criminal to destroy those Greek temples.the greek oficial opened the olympic gamesThe Greek official opened the Olympic games.
29ConjunctionsWhen they became adults, children brought their toys to the temple.When is a subordinating conjunction because it introduces a subordinate clause in a complex sentence. Subordinate clauses are also called independent clauses.
30ConjunctionsA conjunction is a word that is used to join words, phrases, or sentences.Coordinating conjunctions such as and, but, and or are used to combine two or more subjects, predicates, or sentences to make compound subjects, predicates, or sentences.
31Conjunctions Chariot races and foot races were part of the games. Athletes might become good at many different sports or focus on one sport.I wanted to see the long jump, but I was too late.
32ConjunctionsSubordinating conjunctions such as because, if, then, when, although, before, and after are used to link dependent clauses and independent clauses in complex sentences.Before the games began, all wars stopped. She is a good runner because she practices.
33Conjunctions Choose the correct coordinating conjunction. The Greeks built palaces (or, and) covered the walls with paintings.andThe Iliad and The Odyssey are epic Greek poems, (or, but) historians disagree about their authors.but
34Conjunctions Choose the correct coordinating conjunction. Do you want to learn about Phoenicians art (but, or) shipbuilding?orFree male citizens of Athens could vote on laws (or, but) women and slaves could not.but
35Conjunctions Choose the correct coordinating conjunction. The Minoan king Minos was supposedly the son of Zeus, (and, or) his people built a huge palace to honor him.andOur class will read about Athens (but, or) Troy.or
36Conjunctions Choose the correct coordinating conjunction. Athens and Sparta were both powerful and wealthy, (but, or) they had different forms of government.butOur study included the Peloponnesian War (but, and) the Delian League.and
37Conjunctions Find the conjunction in each sentence Conjunctions Find the conjunction in each sentence. Tell if it is a coordinating conjunction or a subordinating conjunction.The Trojans accepted the wooden horse because they did not know Greek soldiers were hiding inside.because, subordinatingPericles was a military general and a leader of Athens.and, coordinating
38Conjunctions Find the conjunction in each sentence Conjunctions Find the conjunction in each sentence. Tell if it is a coordinating conjunction or a subordinating conjunction.When Alexander was twenty, he became king.when, subordinatingAlexandria was an important place for learning and trade.and, coordinating
46Fluency: Choral Reading Turn to page 683, “The Golden Age of Athens.”As I read, notice how I change my tone of voice to make Pericle come alive for listeners.We will practice as a class doing three choral readings.
48these colums is indicativ of greek influence These columns are indicative of Greek influence.the marathon runner, lighted the olympic torchThe marathon runner lit the Olympic torch.
49ConjunctionsA conjunction is a word that joins words, phrases, or sentences.A coordinating conjunction is used to combine two or more subjects, predicates, or sentences.A subordinating conjunction is used to link independent and dependent clauses in sentences.
52How does ancient Greek theater compare to modern theater? WednesdayQuestion of the DayHow does ancient Greek theater compare to modern theater?
53Today we will learn about: Graphic SourcesGraphic OrganizersContext CluesVocabularyFluency: Characterization/DialogueGrammar: ConjunctionSpelling: Related WordsSocial Studies: Greek Word OriginsAncient Greece
56Fluency: Characterization/Dialogue Turn to page , “Alexander the Great.”As I read, notice how I vary my tone of voice as I read Don Quixote’s dialogue.Now we will practice together as a class by doing three echo readings.
58the restorration of the temple it took three weaks The restoration of the temple took three weeks.nick couldnt addapt to the new cultureNick couldn’t adapt to the new culture.
59ConjunctionsA conjunction is a word that joins words, phrases, or sentences.A coordinating conjunction is used to combine two or more subjects, predicates, or sentences.A subordinating conjunction is used to link independent and dependent clauses in sentences.
60ConjunctionsUse conjunctions to combine short related sentences to make your writing smoother and more readable.Choppy: They learned Greek dances. They ate Greek foods.Smoother: They learned Greek dances and ate Greek foods.
61ConjunctionsReview something you have written to see if you can combine short, choppy sentences with conjunctions to make your writing smoother.
70both plato or socrates was greek philosophers Both Plato and Socrates were Greek philosophers.jim excells at the high jump, and the pole vaultJim excels at the high jump and the pole vault.
71ConjunctionsA conjunction is a word that joins words, phrases, or sentences.A coordinating conjunction is used to combine two or more subjects, predicates, or sentences.A subordinating conjunction is used to link independent and dependent clauses in sentences.
72ConjunctionsTest Tip: Put a comma before a conjunction in a compound sentence. Do not put a comma before a coordinating conjunction that joins two items.He likes Greek literature and drama.
73ConjunctionsSometimes a semicolon is used instead of a coordinating conjunction to connect two related main clauses.He likes Greek literature; he also enjoys Greek drama.
76How have ancient cultures influenced modern ones? FridayQuestion of the DayHow have ancient cultures influenced modern ones?
77Today we will learn about: Build Concept VocabularyGraphic SourcesPoint of ViewContext CluesGrammar: ConjunctionsSpelling: Related WordsTime LineAncient Greece
78Point of ViewPoint of view is the perspective from which an author presents a text. The point of view determines how much information the reader will be given and in what way. A literary point of view is reflected in the choice of personal pronouns used in a text.
79Point of ViewFirst Person: Every day, we take part in activities invented by the ancient Greeks.Second person: Every day, you take part in activities invented by the ancient Greeks.Third person: Every day, they take part in activities invented by the ancient Greeks.
80Context CluesYou can use context clues to figure out the meanings of unfamiliar words.List any unfamiliar words you found as you read Ancient Greece.Complete a chart for these words.
82Time LineA time line is a graph that shows events in the order in which they take place.A time line looks like a ruler. It is a straight line with evenly spaced intervals marked along it. On a time line, each mark represents a date.
83Time LineThe date span on a time line depends on the information covered. It may be one day or several hundred years and it can cover general or specific topics.
84Time LineDates are shown on a time line in proportional distance to one another. The years 1900 and 2000 will be twice as far apart on a time line as the years 1900 and 1950.
85Time LineIf a time line has to show events happening in two eras with nothing happening in the middle, you can break the time line. A gap in the line will show that a number of years has been omitted to save space.
88nobody were interested in the economey Nobody was interested in the economy.we wont never visit the parthenonWe won’t ever visit the Parthenon.We will never visit the Parthenon.
89ConjunctionsA conjunction is a word that joins words, phrases, or sentences.A coordinating conjunction is used to combine two or more subjects, predicates, or sentences.A subordinating conjunction is used to link independent and dependent clauses in sentences.