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1. 7th Grade Social Studies Chapter 10 GREEK CITY-STATES 2. CHAPTER 10 THE CITY-STATES SECTION 1—THE POLIS SECTION 2—SPARTA SECTION 3—ATHENS SECTION 4—DECLINE OF…
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  • 1. 7th Grade Social Studies Chapter 10 GREEK CITY-STATES
  • 2. CHAPTER 10 THE CITY-STATES SECTION 1—THE POLIS SECTION 2—SPARTA SECTION 3—ATHENS SECTION 4—DECLINE OF CITY-STATES
  • 3. TERMS TO LEARN • POLIS • ACROPOLIS • AGORA • ARISTOCRATS • OLIGARCHY • CONSTITUTION • MERCENARIES
  • 4. SECTION 1--THE POLIS • Polis- center of Greek life (City-State) • Acropolis- fortified hill temple to gods • Agora- open marketplace area • Polis- gave sense of belonging, good of the polis was top priority • If Born outside Greece—No citizenship • Citizens could Vote, fight in Army, hold office, speak for themselves in court. • Greatest City-States -- (Athens, Sparta
  • 5. SECTION 1-ACTIVITY • Draw a Web like this one, and use it to show 3 characteristics of most Greek City-States.2. 1. 3. GREEK CITY STATE
  • 6. SECTION 2– SPARTA (800b.c.--371b.c.) Sparta greatest military power in Greece Aristocrats took over government (ARMY) Ephors controlled public affairs of Sparta (yearly) Helots (slaves) farmed Aristocrats stay in army from 7-60 yrs. Old Sparta’s only goal: Military Strength
  • 7. SECTION 2--ACTIVITY After reading Section 2— SPARTA, list 3 pros and 3 cons of living in Sparta. PROS CONS
  • 8. SECTION 3--ATHENS • Athens was ruled by an Oligarchy-few people have ruling power • Solon set up first Athenian Constitution • Citizenship was offered to everyone • 508b.c. first democratic government setup (favoring the people) • Became citizens at age 18 • 490b.c. the word “Nike” was first used (Greek goddess of victory upon defeat of the Persians. • Delian League was formed (city-states joined)
  • 9. SECTION 3--ACTIVITY EFFECTS OF THE DELAIN LEAGUE IN ATHENS IN OTHER CITY- STATESDRAW A DIAGRAM LIKE THIS, AND USE IT TO SHOW HOW THE DELIAN LEAGUE AFFECTED BOTH ATHENS AND OTHER CITY-STATES.
  • 10. SECTION 4--DECLINE OF THE CITY-STATES • After Peloponnesian War, Greeks had lost sense of community, and only wanted to make money • Sparta ruled all of Greece now • Thebes overthrew Sparta • The rule of Thebes was worse than that of Sparta • City-States were weakened • Greece was finally conquered by Phillip II of Macedonia SECTION 4– DECLINE OF THE CITY STATE
  • 11. SECTION 4--ACTIVITY Peloponnesian War READ SECTION 4, THEN DRAW A FLOW CHART LIKE THIS ONE, AND USE IT TO TRACE THE DELCINE OF THE GREEK CITY-STATES AFTER THE PELOPONNESIAN WAR IN 430B.C.
  • 12. REVIEW1. What did the citizens of a polis consider most important? 2. Why did Sparta remain a poor farming society? 3. What was Sparta’s main goal? 4. In what City-State did the first democratic style of govt. begin? 5. What was the purpose of the Delian League, and what does it compare to today? 6. Which City-State did not join the Delian League? 7. Who conquered Greece?
  • 13. SPARTA & ATHENS DRAW A VENN DIAGRAM LIKE THIS ONE, AND USE IT TO COMPARE SPARTA AND ATHENS AT THEIR HEIGHT OF POWER SPARTA ATHENS
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