Grade 8 – Ancient Greeks

Week of January 12 to 16, 2015.

Monday –   Read text, Chapter 4, Section 2, World History pages 115 to 120.

MAP PROJECTS DUE ! Presentation times given.

Tuesday – Computer Lab

http://quizlet.com/46843866/module-7-ancient-greece-flash-cards/

http://glencoe.mheducation.com/sites/0078799813/student_view0/unit1/chapter4/chapter_overviews.html

Wednesday –  HOMEWORK DUE! Chapter 4, Section Assessment 2, 1 to 7, page 120, January 14, 2015 before class! Read section 3. Wednesday is EARLY DISMISSAL at 11:45.

Thursday – Map presentations

Friday –  HOMEWORK DUE! Chapter 4, Section Assessment 3, 1 to 7, page 125, January 16, 2015

– Map presentations. HALF DAY p.m. schedule/Afternoon Conferences

WORKSHEET for TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 2015

January 13, 2015, World History I, Mr. Cozart, Computer Lab NAME _____________

This paper is due before you go to lunch (11:44) for a class work grade. No late papers will be accepted.

Use  this website:  http://quizlet.com/46843866/module-7-ancient-greece-flash-cards/

I have read and understand the words ___ (check when you know the words)

I have played scatter ___

I have played space race ___

Use this website to complete the work below:  http://glencoe.mheducation.com/sites/0078799813/student_view0/unit1/chapter4/chapter_overviews.html

What is the title of Section 1 ___________________________________________

What happened between 2700 B.C and 1450 B.C. ____________________________________________________________________

Name an author and his 2 most famous poems _____________________________________________________________________

What is the title of Section 2 ___________________________________________

What is the date given in the discussion about city-states?

What are two city states mentioned in this section?

What is the title of Section 3 ___________________________________________

Greeks came into conflict with what foreign power?

This was called the AGE OF ___________________________________

What was the war between the Greeks called?

What is the title of Section 4 ___________________________________________

What was central to daily life?

Name 3 Greek philosophers

Name 2 historians from this period

What is the title of Section 5 ___________________________________________

What happened in 359 B.C.

Who was Philip’s son?

What did his son do?

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The week of January 19 to 23, 2015

Monday – Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday, NO SCHOOL

The Persians and the Greeks, Crash Course World History #5  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q-mkVSasZIM&index=5&list=PLBDA2E52FB1EF80C9

Alexander the Great, Crash Course World History #5  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0LsrkWDCvxg&list=PLBDA2E52FB1EF80C9&index=8

The Silk Road and Ancient Trade, Crash Course #9  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vfe-eNq-Qyg&list=PLBDA2E52FB1EF80C9&index=9

RUBRIC

Information- Greek Map Project

0 1 2 3
Title Information is not present. Information is incomplete or inaccurate. Accurate, general information is given. Accurate, complete information is given.
Map Outline Information is not present. Information is incomplete or inaccurate. Accurate, general information is given. Accurate, complete information is given.
Color Information is not present. Information is incomplete or inaccurate. Accurate, general information is given. Accurate, complete information is given.
Creativity Information is not present. Information is incomplete or inaccurate. Accurate, general information is given. Accurate, complete information is given.
Historical Information Information is not present. Information is incomplete or inaccurate. Accurate, general information is given. Accurate, complete information is given.

Presentation Style

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Organization of Presentation Failure to organize information impedes understanding of the topic Information is presented out of order Organization of information aids in understanding the topic. Organization of information aids in understanding the topic.
Visuals/Map No pictures or graphics are included in the presentation. Pictures and graphics are included, but are off topic. Pictures and graphics aide in understanding the concepts presented, but are not explained in the presentation. Pictures and graphics aide in understanding the concepts presented and are explained and used in the presentation.
Speech Student is not involved in  presentation. Student’s speech distracts from understanding of the topic. Student speaks loudly and clearly, but does not demonstrate enthusiasm for topic. Student speaks loudly and clearly with an animated tone.
Posture Student is not involved in  presentation. Student’s posture distracts from understanding of the topic. Student stands straight with minor distracting body movements. Student stands straight and body movements aid in understanding of the topic.

Participation

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Class time use for preparing the project Student is distracted and fails to work on the project in class. Student needs frequent reminders to stay on task. Student effectively uses classmate to complete the project, with only minor reminders to stay on task. Student effectively uses classmate to complete the project.
Attention Student does not take notes and is distracted during presentations. Student needs reminders to stay focused on the presentations, but does takes brief notes about each map. Student actively listens to other presentations and takes brief notes about each map. Student actively listens to other presentations and takes detailed notes about each map.
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