This is a fantastic Ancient Greece primary source details how children in the city-state of Sparta were raised to become the fierce warriors they are famous for being. The 1-page excerpt from The Lives of Plutarch has been edited so that it is easy for students to understand and relate to. It tells
This passage describes Sparta. 13 questions (matching 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 student version for posting on pe
300 is a movie about the Battle of Thermopylae. Although Hollywood puts a spin on the story, it still does an excellent job showing students the values of Sparta, the emphasis on teamwork and militarism, and the growing tension between the Persians and Greeks. It is an excellent addition to a high
This mini-lesson focuses on the children of Athens and Sparta. This lesson can be split into two days, if desired. Completing a Venn diagram to compare and contrast the two cultures would also be a nice compliment to this lesson.
This PDF contains:
• Two printable, informational PDF pages about bo
This PowerPoint looks at Spartan Society. It covers location, the military lifestyle, life for boys and men, life for women and girls, society and government. Good overview for anyone doing Sparta or Ancient Greece.
Warrior Class is designed to take a deep dive into some of the most known warrior and heroic civilizations of all time. Each resource has a full-suite of resources to fill every need to bring a civilization to life in the classroom. From activities to reading to instruction to classroom decor -- it'
This documentary is done through the History Channel and highlights the story of the Battle of Thermopylae and the 300 Spartans. It is an engaging resource that is not as violent as the movie 300, so it is appropriate for classroom use. The movie guide is designed for easy grading - it is all mult
This Spartan directed draw video has been created to provide creative support for your Grade 2 Core Knowledge unit on Ancient Greece. The directed draw video can be played on an interactive whiteboard as a whole class activity or uploaded to student devices as an independent or center activity.
Cornell or two column notes are a great way to improve metacognition as well as organizational skills. Notes include charts, graphs, photographs, primary sources, colored detail, vocabulary and definitions depending on the section. Check back frequently as notes sections are added daily. My cornell
Activity – Students will create notes over Sparta and Athens. Using the essential points of their notes and templates, students will create a pamphlet. Student Learning ObjectiveStudents will be able to identify major causes and describe the major effects of the development of the classical civiliza
Looking for a quick/ fun way to engage students in learning about the Battle of Thermopylae and the infamous Spartan 300? Look no further! Students will watch an 11 min video and then complete a 10 question quiz in google forms.Quiz form has answer key for quick and instant importing of grades int
Included is a three lesson sequence.Lesson 1 - An introductory overview of the Agoge for students to note-take Lesson 2 - An Agoge simulation including activities to replicate the actual training and rituals that Spartiates endured. Lesson 3 - Students use the reading, sources and reflection to link
This NEW EXTENDED 2021 EDITION e-book covers all you need to know about Ancient Spartan society. It contains: 1. How to Study Key Sources 2. The Geographical and Historical Context of Spartan Society 3. Its social hierarchy and political organisation, including the helots, ephors, agoge, and syssiti
This assignment contains 5 separate primary and secondary sources examining the Spartan Agoge.The sources include;(1.) Plutarch Lycurgus, circa 75 CE.(2.) Plutarch, Moralia: The Ancient Customs of the Spartans, circa 100 CE.(3.) Plutarch, Lycurgus, circa 75 CE(4.) Xenophon, Constitution of Sparta, 5
Plot Coordinate Points The Fun Way! Students are able to learn and/or review how to plot coordinate points. Graphiti - Spartan Knight! Please FOLLOW ME!This license entitles you to one set per classroom. If you need other licenses, please pay the required fees for a reduced cost. This product c
This activity uses the "Adventure in Ancient Greece" website to explore about the two most popular city-states; Athens and Spartans. Students will navigate the interactive website to learn about how the two city-state's culture differ from one another. This is a great way to incorporate reading co
Engage your students with the skills of analysis with original historical primary sources. This bundle includes:
-a transcript of a portion of the "Life of Lycurgus" by Plutarch in modern English
-a 2-page text-dependent primary source questions worksheet
-"What If" graphic organizer
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All male citizens of Sparta were full-time soldiers.
At the age of seven, a Spartan boy came directly under the control of the city, and remained so in effect until the time of his death. From this age boys were brought up
This is a reading activity about the first woman to win in the Olympics of ancient Greece and Sparta. Includes a writing prompt. Watermark in actual product is not as prominent as the thumbnail suggests.
This is a set of eleven first day of school documents for the high school teacher decorated with the school mascot. I've been teaching for eighteen years and these forms have come in handy.
here is what you get:
Ticket out the Door -final review
Collaboration Log- students document co-operative le
8 Page PPT for the study of Sparta in Year 12 Ancient HistoryIncludes archaeological and written sourcesFeatures of cultural life - pottery , ivory, bronzes, architectureComprehensive introduction for students