Ancient Greece Webquest

ANCIENT GREECE WEBQUEST

STATION 2: Ted-Ed Videos

Go to my teacher webpage and select the Ancient Greece webquest. Scroll over and select the Station 2 videos from Ted-Ed on ancient Greece. Watch the videos and answer the questions for each.

Video 1: This is Sparta: Fierce warriors of the ancient world

Sparta Video 4.3 min

https://live.myvrspot.com/iframe?v=fYjkxYjMwMzJiYmQwODFhNjlmODFlYTRjN2JkOGE3ZTI

  1. What happened to Spartan boys at age 7? 
  2. What were Spartan girls taught?
  3. What was the most important lesson from Spartan school? 

Video 2: A day in the life of an ancient Athenian

Athenian Democracy 4 min

https://live.myvrspot.com/iframe?v=fYmE3OTQ0OTc4ZTgxNDBjMTVhYWIyNzRlMTcyYzNmYWU

     1. What did the Athenian assembly vote to do with the people of Mytilene? 

     2. Why did the assembly change their vote the next day?  


STATION 4: DESKTOP COMPUTERS – ANCIENT GREECE WEBQUEST

Instructions: Go to my teacher webpage and select the Ancient Greece webquest. Scroll over and select the link for Station 4: Desktop Computers Ancient Greece webquest.

Click on the link to learn about Athens: http://www.ancientgreece.co.uk/athens/home_set.html

First,  choose the “explore” mode. In the explore mode there will be a cartoon picture of Athens that you can scroll over and learn about various places in Athens. Scroll over the picture to define the words below:

  1. What is the agora? 

     2.  Choose 2 other sites from the picture and describe what the sites were used for in               Athens. 

Click on the link to learn about daily life in ancient Greece. www.ancientgreece.co.uk/dailylife/home_set.html

  1. Choose the “story” mode. Choose 2 characters and compare/contrast their lives in the chart below.

    Character:

    Character:

Next, go back and select the “explore” mode to explore information about daily life from the artwork on pottery.

  1. Choose 1 topic from the list (agriculture, children, death & burial, education, etc…) and explain what archaeologists and historians have learned about that topic from the art on the pottery.



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