Ancient Greece - Development, Interaction, Conflict, and Legacy



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Description: Around 800 B.C., people learned to farm and sail in ancient Greece. Around that same time, city of Sparta began forming a strong military. By 450 B.C., the city of Athens established the first democratic form of government. Under the leadership of Alexander the Great, a united Greek empire stretched far across the Mediterranean, reaching as far as India by 331 B.C. In this WebQuest, students will be answering the following essential questions, in regards to ancient Greece: How do people, places, and environments interact? What makes people migrate? How do people in different regions interact with and influence each other?
Grade Level: 6-8
Curriculum: Social Studies
Keywords: peninsula, Aegean Sea, Mediterranean Sea, polis, citizen, democracy, acropolis, agora, colony, Homer, Athens, Sparta, Pericles, Socrates, philosophy, Persian Wars, Peloponnesian Wars, Alexander the Great, Alexandria, legacy
Author(s): Paul Rowley

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