SS.6.G.1.1 Use latitude and longitude coordinates to understand the relationship between people and places on the Earth
SS.6.G.1.Pa.d Use a tool of geography, such as a simple map or globe.
SS.6.G.1.In.g Use a map to identify characteristics of ancient civilizations that have shaped the world today, such as Greece and Rome.
SS.6.W.1.1 Use timelines to identify chronological order of historical events.
SS.6.W.3.In.b Identify foundations of a democratic government developed in ancient Greece, such as civic participation and voting, legislative bodies, and rule of law.
SS.6.W.3.Su.b Recognize a foundation of a democratic government developed in ancient Greece, such as civic participation and voting.
SS.6.W.3.In.c Recognize differences in characteristics of life in Athens and Sparta, such as the status of citizens, women, children, foreigners, or serfs (helots).
SS.6.W.3.Su.c Recognize a difference in characteristics of life in Athens and Sparta, such as the role of citizens, women, or children.
SS.6.W.3.In.d Recognize a cause and effect of the Persian War, such as Persia’s desire to control Greece and the cooperation between Greek city-states to defend their homeland and maintain their independence.
SS.6.W.3.Su.d Recognize that wars were fought to control Greece
SS.6.W.3.Pa.e Recognize an achievement or contribution from ancient civilization.
SS.6.W.3.In.e Recognize important achievements and contributions of ancient Greek civilization, such as art and architecture, athletic competitions, civic responsibility, and science.
SS.6.W.3.Su.e Recognize an important achievement and contribution of ancient Greek civilization, such as art and architecture, athletic competitions, civic responsibility, or science.
SS.6.W.3.Pa.f Recognize the importance of writers, leaders, scientists, soldiers, or teachers.
How it is addressed
Provide students with longitude and latitude coordinates to areas of the globe we will be learning about.
Provides students with a map of the area of Greece and have them analyze why geography played a role in their success
Provide students with construction paper and markers and have them develope the timeline of Greeces rise and fall from power.
Instruct students to prepare a Vinn Diagram depicting the differences and similarities between Athens and Sparta to include Culture, politics and social standings.