GREEK 6 COMPONENTS PROJECT BY SOPHIA HAYES P 6

Geograghy and Cities

Q. How did geography impact the settlement of Ancient Greece?

A. Mountains and seas divided Greeks so the early communities grew up fiercely independent.

Q. Where were early cities located and what was important about their location?

A. It help them have a job like a fisher man, sailors, traders, and farmer.

Class Division

Q. Explain the idea of Greek citizenship.

A. In ancient Greece there where many city-states so your life would be different in different places. You would have political rights and that was very important. They developed a democracy that let men vote and you could not be a slave to do so.

Q. What was a citizen and what rights did they have?

A. You would have political rights and that was very important. They developed a democracy that let men vote and you could not be a slave to do so.

Q. How did this make the Greeks different from other ancient civilizations?

A. They had a democracy they where the first to come up with the direct democracy

ART

Q. Describe at least 4-5 styles of Greek art

A. They where very good at pottery and building strictures. They would also painted murals but none of them have survived. They would make masks to show how they would feel during plays. There columns where beautiful they where 3 different types Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian.

Q. How did art impact Greece?

A. Greece art was very imported to them. they where known for here there dramas. a drama was a story told by actors it was like today's movies, plays, and TV . There where many different types of them like comedy's, tragedy's.

Q. Where did the Greek ideas Spread to?

A. Greek ideas spread every where in america we have a democracy that would not happen if Greece did not come up with that idea. TV is some what like a drama so I think that they got the idea from Greece. And how they got the idea is other country's copied it and passed it on.

Organized Government

Tyranny- One Ruler Who does so by force (also known as a dictatorship). Advantages: Do what the ruler wants, No arguing, Everyone must listen, and Easy to make a decision. Disadvantages: Fewer ideas, Not everyone is involved, and Unfair. Examples Hitler & Nazi Germany.

Oligarchy-Ruled by a few (2-5) individuals. Advantages-More ideas, More input to make decisions, An opportunity to discuss ideas, and Some, but less arguing. Disadvantages: Rulers might not agree, Some could be unhappy, and Rulers could be unwise. Example Sparta.

Representative Definition: Ruler is chosen by the citizens to represent them in government. Advantages: Everyone has a voice, Most ideas shared, All ideas have potential, Equality. Disadvantages: Some could be unhappy (minority), Majority rules, Most arguing, and Takes more time to hear all opinions. Example U.S.A.

Direct Definition: Everyone takes an active role in government. Advantages: Everyone has a voice, Most ideas shared, All ideas have potential, Equality.Disadvantages: Some could be unhappy (minority), Majority rules, Most arguing, and Takes more time to hear all opinions. Example Athens.

Religion

Q. Describe the religious beliefs in Greece.

A. They where the Egypt they had gods and goddesses that would stand for different things. they would very much like humans.

Q. Explain what things the Greeks did as a result of their beliefs.

A. they would build temples, they would have a festivals in their honor, and would tell story's about them.

Writing System

Describe the Greek alphabet

it was very different than others because others would have symbols they would have letters to write what they wanted. And this is most conman in today because it is easier to remember.

Write and translate a sentence in Greek

Hi my name is Sophia and I am excited for Christmas and winter break- Γεια σας το όνομά μου είναι Σοφία και είμαι ενθουσιασμένος για τα Χριστούγεννα και το διάλειμμα του χειμώνα

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