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Alexander the Great: his Legacy and the Spread of Greek Culture
Transcript of Alexander the Great: his Legacy and the Spread of Greek Culture
I can cite examples of how Alexander the Great impacted later civilizations.
I can explain the impacts of Alexander the Great's conquests on later civilizations.
I can cite specific textual evidence to support analysis of primary and secondary sources.
Where was Alexander from? Who was his teacher that taught him to have a love for Greek culture?
Use the resources provided to answer the questions on each slide.
Answer the questions on notebook paper.
Make sure to cite your evidence in your answers.
Answer each question completely and in complete sentences.
Some questions may require more than one sentence to fully answer the question.
Alexander built what is referred to as a Hellenistic Empire. What does Hellenistic mean?
Why was Alexander called the Great? Provide 2 pieces of evidence to support your answer.
(Legacy of Alexander the Great, both pages)
What were the causes for the decline of Alexander's Hellenistic Empire? Provide 2 specific examples from the websites.
After watching the video, in your opinion did Alexander deserve the title "The Great"? Why or why not? Use specific reasons or arguments from the video to support you answer!
This answer should be 3 to 5 sentences.
After completing these questions:
Bring them up to me.
Be prepared to discuss and defend your answers.
THIS IS FOR A CLASSWORK GRADE!