This Ancient Greece doodle notes set covers general information about Greek city-states including the characteristics of Greek city-states, Greek gods, who were the citizens, slavery, types of governments, military, Olympic Games, trade, important city-states. Students will enjoy coloring and doodli
This passage briefly describes the city-states in ancient Greece. 19 questions (identify and multiple choice) assess students' understanding. I've included a color and black and white version, as well as a key. Please check out the PREVIEW to see exactly what you are getting. The ZIP file has a PDF
Ancient Greece City State Map Project
This fun Ancient Greece resource encourages student creativity and understanding of how Greek city states looked and were designed.
Students use the map to create their own Greek city-state/polis based on their understanding how how the Greeks adapted to their
City-Planning Central! This assignment gives students an opportunity to create their own Greek city-state! Working in groups, students must discuss and develop a detailed city-state addressing issues such as government, trade, religion, etc. They build their city-state from the ground up using their
22 slide power point lesson that comes with 3 pages of guided notes. This lesson discusses the make-up of the Greek City-State and the differences between Sparta and Athens. This lesson includes the following
The Greek City-States
Organization of City-States
Community of the City-States
Athens and Sparta were both Greek city-states, but they were very different. Due to advances in time travel technology, an Athenian and a Spartan are going to appear in your classroom this week. They are going to have an argument and disagree about the Greek city-state that should be considered th
The summative assessment I used at the end of my middle school ancient Greece unit. The project has two main parts:
1. The students choose a "patron" Greek god or goddess and research their origins, family, powers, etc.
2. Students create a city-state based off of either ATHENS or SPARTA and comple
This resource is meant to be an introductory activity for students studying the Greek city-states! It can be used to introduce a unit or review before a test. All questions are written in such a way that they can be answered rather quickly using a computer.Webquests Included:- One Page - General Int
Your students will enjoy this hands-on project in which they will create a foldable comparing life in the ancient Greek city-states of Athens and Sparta. All of the images and categories are provided, as are a complete set of illustrated directions to help you walk your students through the constru
Why just research ancient Greek City-States when your students can design their own?
This project will dive deep into the structure and function of a Greek City-State through stations that cover buildings and their purpose in ancient Greek life, types of government in ancient Greece, the role of
Everything you need on Athens and Sparta! This lengthy lesson focuses on the unique characteristics that defined Athens (a limited democracy) and Sparta (a warrior society) as well as the ways in which the two Ancient Greek city-states were similar. *The material can be taught over a few days.
Unit Bundle includes:Greek City States Overview Online AssignmentGreek City-States "Daily Life WorksheetsGreek City-States "Characteristics of a City-State WorksheetsGreek City-States "Commemorative Coin" WorksheetsGreek City-State "Informational Brochure" WorksheetsMount Olympus Online AssignmentOr
The geography of Greece is rugged and isolating. Mountains made travel on land slow and difficult, so the Greeks took to the seas as the best way to connect with their far-flung neighbors and established a robust trade network. Maritime trade allowed the Greek city-states to spread their goods, idea
Students explore life in the Greek city-states of Athens and Sparta as they complete this digital lesson. All of the components of the learning process are included in this interactive activity. Students will have the opportunity to engage, explore, explain, extend, and evaluate their understandin
In this lesson students will compare and contrast what life was like for people in Athens and Sparta, in ancient Greece. Students will examine what life was like for men and women, as well as their jobs and the values of each city-state. After students have compiled this information, they will have
The lesson begins with an introduction to the formation of city-states, with Athens and Sparta as examples. Students look at two pictures of the city-states to make predictions about the culture in each place.Next students read an overview of each city-state's culture including their childhood, soci
This project is used as part of a larger unit on Ancient Greece. Through this project, students will use the information they have learned about Ancient Greece to create their own city-state with a partner or in a small group. I recommend no more that 3 people working together for this assignment.
This simulation is a fun way to show students how Greek city-states interacted, traded, and fought with each other. Each city-state may have more or less of a certain product, depending on what they traded. Sparta, of course, was more focused on war. Students will interact and behave in a way tha
This Google product contains the second of five lessons from Ancient Greece (1750 B.C-133 B.C) in World History.Lesson objectives:Understand how geography influenced the Greek city-states.Explain how democracy and other forms of government developed in Ancient Greece.Understand life in Sparta and At
Students are directed to free online resourceWrite (4) Interesting Facts from the article below in complete sentences (YOUR OWN WORDS):Summarize this Topic in 3-4 Sentences in your own Words:What did you find most interesting about this Topic and why?Insert (2) pictures that relate to this Topic: (S
ASSIGNMENT:Daily Life: Everyday life, daily life or routine life comprises the ways in which people typically act, think, and feel on a daily basis. Everyday life may be described as mundane, routine, natural, habitual, or normal. Daily life in Greek City-States consisted of: Food Clothing Enterta
City-State, or Polis: was the community structure of ancient Greece. City-states were organized with an urban center and the surrounding countryside. Characteristics of the city in a polis were outer walls for protection, as well as a public space that included temples and government buildings.Six c
This lesson focuses on how different forms of government developed in Ancient Greece over time, including a monarchy, aristocracy, and oligarchy. It also introduces the existence of a tyranny, the military state of Sparta, and the limited democracy of Athens.
It includes notes that students will n