Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Day 20


World History I

 Setting the Stage
Sparta would eventually became a military state because of the fear of a helot revolt.  Struggles between rich and poor led Athens to become a democracy.  The greatest danger of all - invasion by Persian armies - moved Sparta and Athens alike to their greatest glory.

Activities
1.  The Persian Wars
      a.  Students will create brief timelines for each of the                      following battles during the Persian Wars:
                 - Battle of Marathon
                 - Battle of Thermopylae
                 - Battle of Salamis
                 - Formation of the Delian League
       b. Perisan Wars Information PP                                                                           
Objectives
1.  Summarize the battles and results of the Persian Wars
2.  Describe the government of Athens and Sparta
Spartan Phalanx
 American History I 

Setting the Stage
The expansion westward proved to be one that nobody could have foreseen the struggles for both natives and 'easterners'.  As their conflicts settled down, the struggle did not end out in the west.



Activities
1.  Finish Quest (quiz/test)
                a.  Those unable to finish the Quest
                     on Friday will finish today.

2.  Chapter 6.1: The Expansion of Industry
                a.  What are the four natural
                     resources need to industrialize?
                b.  Importance of iron and fuel.
                c.  Importance of electricity and the
                    light bulb.
Objectives
1.  Explain how the abundance of natural resources led to intensive Industrialization
2.  Identify inventions that changed the way people lived and worked.       

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