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BELLRINGERS SECOND QUARTER 2013-2014 2 nd Quarter Bellringers Due TBD To earn full credit on this assessment you must… Write down each and every bellringer.

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3 2 nd Quarter Bellringers Due TBD To earn full credit on this assessment you must… Write down each and every bellringer with the proper heading (Bellringer # then the date). Write down the question as it is written on the board. Write down your answer. If your answer is wrong then it should be corrected because we went over it in class. On the following slides you will find the latest bellringers. There will be more… Not all the pictures, sounds, and video will carry over to this post because it would take up too much space. In some cases the answer is on the slide in others I put the answers on the white board in the classroom. It is the student’s responsibility to make sure that they are writing the answers down and correcting their work. If you are missing answers I suggest talking to a seat partner or a study buddy.

4 On an Island- Near Mountains- Along a river- How would each of the following geographic features be beneficial to a civilization? Bellringer #1 November 5 th, 2013

5 Bellringer #2 November 6 th, 2013 How did living on the island of Crete affect the Minoans? Protection Isolation Seafaring Get out your Ancient Greece packets!

6 November 7 th, 2013 No written records were kept in the Dark Ages, but poetry was passed on by word of mouth. Professional poets, like Homer, were known as __________. No written records were kept in the Dark Ages, but poetry was passed on by word of mouth. Professional poets, like Homer, were known as __________. Who wants to hear a story? BARDS Bellringer #3

7 Bellringer#4 11/21/13 What is a city-state? independent state consisting of a self-governing city and its surrounding territory SIT CLOSEST TO WHERE YOU NORMALY SIT! Pick up paper!

8 Why do city-states sign peace treaties? Bellringer #5 11/18/13

9 A city-state is looking out for it’s own interests. A City-state will make alliances not necessarily to help the other city-states but to help itself. If an alliance does not help the city-state it won’t make that alliance. A city-state is looking out for it’s own interests. A City-state will make alliances not necessarily to help the other city-states but to help itself. If an alliance does not help the city-state it won’t make that alliance. Bellringer #5 11/28/13

10 Bellringer #6 November 19 th, 2013 Complete the following statements. I like Sparta because... I Don’t like Sparta because… GET OUT PAGE 2-3 OF YOUR PACKET!

11 Bellringer #7 November 20 th 2013 Write these down they are important! Yes you need to write all of this down! Democracy- A rule by the people 1.Direct Democracy- The state is ruled by the citizens. Majority rule decides the vote. 2.Pure Democracy- All people (men and women) living in the state are allowed to vote on the issues 3.Limited Democracy- In Athens only free men can be citizens. Only citizens may vote. 4.Democratic Republic- You vote for someone who will represent you. Then that representative votes on the issues for you.

12 Bellringer # 8 11/22/13 Label the Map! 1.Sparta 2.Athens 3.Peloponnesus 4.Ionian Sea 5.Aegean Sea 6.Mediterranean Sea

13 Bellringer #9 11/25/13 Solon, a Greek politician from the city state of Athens, helped to make many changes to the laws which helped the people of Athens. These changes are called ___________. Reforms

14 Bellringer #10 December 4 th, 2013 Using the landscape to one’s advantage.Using the landscape to one’s advantage. “Home field advantage”“Home field advantage” The Element of Surprise!The Element of Surprise! How did the Greeks gain an advantage over their enemies in warfare? Get out your packet page 4!

15 Bellringer #11 12/6/13 Paragraph #1 Prequel to the Persian War. Complete the following… __________ the leader of Persia conquered the Greek towns of _______located on the West coast of Asia Minor. The Ionians ask the city- state _________ from the country of _______ for help. The Ionians______ with support of the_________. Darius crushes the rebellion and then looks for revenge against Athens. KING DARIUS IONIA Revolted Greeks Athens Greece revolted / Greece / Ionia / Greeks/ Athens / Darius

16 The Battle of Marathon (page 2-3) Nike / Athens / Marathon / Pheidippides / Persians / Greeks/ phalanx The ________fought the__________at the battle of_____________. The Greeks (Athens) used the __________ to defeat the unorganized Persian army.__________ runs the first__________to _________and shouts__________ which means victory. Shortly thereafter he dies. Persians Greeks Marathon phalanx Pheidippides marathon Athens Nike

17 3rd paragraph- Battle at Thermopylae pass (page 4)burned / Athens / Thermopylae / Xerxes / Sparta ___________the son of King Darius attacks Greece at the battle of_____________________. ___________the leader of the Greek army fought the Persians and lost. After the battle the Persians marched to_________ and _________it to the ground. Xerxes Thermopylae pass Sparta Athens burned

18 4th paragraph- Battle of Salamis and the conclusion of the war (page 5 and 6) Trireme / strait / Salamis The third battle occurred in the _______of ________.The Athenians won the battle because they had new warships called__________. straitSalamis triremes

19 Bellringer #12 December 12 th, 2013 Name three geographic features that would be essential if you had to start a Greek city-state from scratch. 1.Using the geography to their advantage: built on a hill (Athens and most other Greek city-states), built into the mountains (Mycenae), etc. 2.Near the seas- most Greeks were seafaring 3.Near a freshwater source. PICK UP A TEXTBOOK!

20 Bellringer #13 December 13 th, 2013 Many people from Western cultures view Greek culture as a part of their own heritage.Many people from Western cultures view Greek culture as a part of their own heritage. It is history and is important.It is history and is important. It is an excellent example of classical architecture.It is an excellent example of classical architecture. Why do you think people from different countries are interested in saving the Parthenon?

21 Bellringer #14 December 16 th,2013 What are the differences between Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian columns? SwirlsDecoratedUndecorated Doric Ionic Corinthian

22 Bellringer #15 1/2/14 What is a legend? DO THIS QUIETLY! Bellringers due on Monday! a story that has been passed down for generations, especially one that is presented as history but is unlikely to be true


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