Transcript: Greece Wheres Greece? By:Lyana Mercedes Bonilla Located in southern Europe, Greece forms irregular-shaped peninsula in the Mediterranean Sea The Greek islands are generally subdivided into two groups. The Government Greece has a parliamentary republic In Greece they have a president and a prime minister. The Prime Minister play the central role in the political process While The President performs some governmental functions in addition to ceremonial duties
Transcript: Ancient Greeks believed that the first beings in the universe were gods and goddesses. How are gods and goddesses like regular people? How are they different? A myth is a traditional story. In early history usually involves supernatural beings. Zeus gave the task of creating human beings and animals to the clever god Prometheus and his less clever brother Epimetheus Hercules was a hero of superhuman strength whose father was a god but whosse mother was a mortal human being.. Zeus Pandor's box Hades Acient Greece Prometheus Hermes messenger of the gods Ancient Greece believed in many gods so that they can understand natural phenomenon Greek Gods Athena god of wisdom Goddess of Love Ares god of war Poseidon Greek god Zeus is the Father of the gods and humans. He ruled Mt. Olympus Aphordite
Transcript: Time Era: 3000 BC to 1300 BC GREECE Helmet was from Corinthian Type No.1 Circa 700 -675 BC Taken from parents at age seven taught war fair and where taught to steal to survive Edu. Sparta First Persian war competitions aginst other people from diffrent countrys Darius stoped the revolt from Ionian Stronger Army Pythagoras of Samos: study with the wise men of eygpt Gov: Girls were educated in core class in gymnastics and sports The boys were sent to school at the age of six. They were taught to read and write. If they planed to go into the army they began training at age 7 otherwise they prepared for their carrers at age 20 Stronger navy Hera = Goddess of marrige Ancient Greece Begans to change Strong army most feared fighters Outbreak of Bubonic Plague in Athens Olympic Games Artemis = Goddess of the hunt Athenians enjoyed luxuries and foods from all over their empire. Hephaestus = God of forage and fire Militaristic Sparta Thales of Miletus: Predict the 1st solar ecslipe measured the prymids Geography: Southeast Europe Men were in charge of the family and house. During the day they were farmers and buisnessmen They watched theatre that involved with comedy and tragedy. Waited to attack from sea Sculpture by Myron Apollo = Lord of the sun Athena = Goddess of wisdom The Hellenistic era was corrosponding between the dealth of Alexander the Great in 323 B.C. and annexation of classical Greek heartland by Rome in 146 B.C. Greece proper within Greek-speaking words decline sharply. Cities like Pergamon, Ephesus, Rhodes and Seleucia where imporant in urbanlization in Eastern Mediterranean was characteristic of the time. This era was when the language and culture spread through out Greece and the world. Spread from Greece to India into Africa. When Alexander the Great died is kingdom was seprated into three parts: Macedonia and Greece, ruled by Antigonus, founder of the Antigonid dynasty. Near East, ruled by Seleucus, founder of the Seleucid dynasty; and Egypt, where the general Ptolemy started the Ptolemid dynasty. Plato: study that there was to much civilastion. They also each had slaves, Democratic Ionic Style The Ionic style is thinner and more elegant. Its capital is decorated with a scroll-like design (a volute). This style was found in eastern Greece and the islands. His son-in-law Mardonius took over the defeted City-State Began in 492 B.C. in Iona which is located on the coast of anatolia Peloponneisn war Trogen wAR THE GODS AND GODDESS The girls were taught to cook, clean, and weave they weren't sent to school and had to throw all their toys away at the age of 15 Athens Taught core class and extra class Women ran the household and the slaves because they weren't allowed in public. One of the last war campaings of mycenaean Athens Heraclitus: ryptical pronouncements That force a reader to think. Dionysus = God of wine and parties Great minds of Ancient Greece Girls recived little formal education Prefired to attack from land Poseidon = Lord if the seas Ares = God of war MYCENAEAN ATTACKED TROY Aphrodite = Goddess of love and beauty The Children Burned Athens food supplies Food: Doric Style The Doric style is rather sturdy and its top (the capital), is plain.This style was used in mainland Greece and the colonies in southern Italy and Sicily. Then they sined a truce Strong navy ANCIENT Spartan Broth consisted of pork, blood, salt and vinegar. Art and enternament in Ancient Greece Corinthian Style The Corinthian style is seldom used in the Greek world, but often seen on Roman temples. Its capital is very elaborate and decorated with acanthus leaves. VS. 2nd year of war a deasies sweeps thru Athens kills many WARS such as racing and throuing the javilin Aristotle: Universal method of learning and understanding in realtiy. Zues = Lord of the skies Hermes = God of trade Military Demeter = Goddess of harvest Ancient Greece had an impact on civilsation today because we use some of liture and have some of the same academic in school. They started some of the theory we use in math and science along with the universe in astronomy. They where the ones that help civilis civilsation. Hestia = Goddess of the hearth
Transcript: Astronomy astronomical cycles like equinoxes invented the telescope 1) Greece is located in what continent? a. China b. South America c. Antarctica d. Europe 2) Greece was originally separated into city-states. a. true b. false 3) What types of important monuments are located in Greece? (cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr the Colosseum Greece is located along the Ionian & Aegean Sea, a developed country that is known for many special monuments. statues like Athena, a Greek goddess Beginning of the Civilization An intelligent country that has influenced and brought so much to our society today that have helped us survive and know more about are planet the concept of planets the Parthenon Greece Quiz!!! (cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr Temples for the greek gods featuring Zeus's above. Greece Monuments Greece Greece separated into strong city-states rather than one political unit because it was too large of an area to control. Hence the rivalry between Sparta and Athens. Greece's genius was in the sciences and mathematics, reaching some extreme advances in astronomy and medicine, reaching ahead of other civilizations.
Transcript: Ancient Greece By: Emily Bancroft & Seri Wierman Slogan: "Greeks make the smartest geeks" City States: Sparta and Athens. Homer, Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle were philosophers. Plato, and Aristotole were Socrates students but, Aristotole was the most popular. Drama and Philosphy Arts were very popular. Dark Ages: (1150-750 B.C.) Homer wrote epic pomes. Philosophy means: "love of wisdom"
Transcript: Welcome to the Equality/Inequality Ancient Greece Spring 2012 Interdisciplinary Portfolio Presentation What is a myth? How are Greek myths similar and different to Greek history? How are Ancient Greek myths similar to and different than scientific astronomy stories? Draw To make to Google presentation For The Essay Choice a topic. Specific topic. Questions. Thesis. An introduction. Evidence. 3 body paragraphs. Conclusion. Catapult There were also some difficulties... This project is connected to our other classes because..... Paper mache Astronomy Cutting out the character Paint the color that fits them Paint it We made a mask about a character in Echo and Narcissus. This project is connected to our other classes because some of the class we all talking about Echo and Narcissus. Make Catapult Give the mask emotions Have stronger Responses. We made a i stop motion about Echo and Narcissus. Science -Catapult War/Battle History Theater -Mask English -Myth Math -Myth and Math History Solve Equations Carafully by Team Members Putting the Video together Making the background Explain More Details There were many choices that we made as a team to create our project... Reading parts Draw the background Paper Wood Projector Here is what we made: stop motion camera Garage band / I movie Use the stopwatch to record the data This project is connected to our other classes because we all talking about the same topic Echo and Narcissus Finding information about BigBang For The Debate Choose Individual Topic Background research for topic. Study the information. Started the debate. There were many steps involved... Catapult Project Talk during the video There were also some difficulties... What did you learn while working on all these projects? Why is this topic important? What connections can you make to your own life? What are the advantages and disadvantages of working in a group? There were some easy things about completing this project.... There were some easy things about completing this project.... To be more confident. We used many tools, both high-tech and low tech: High-Tech Tools Glue gun Prezi Puppet Background Clothes All of the constellation have a picture and their name came from Ancient Greek myth. Narration Different topic to talk about High-Tech Tools Brads Construction paper Writing in own words Learn about the story Story board Script Making puppets and background Filming the scene Edit the video Upload the video We did a debate about the Ancient Greece and an essay. Making the prezi Finish the paperwork Make act 1,2 and3 Draw out the scene Film the video Edit the video A myth is about the ancient gods or heroes. Or the imagination of ancient people. If we could go back to revise, we would like to improve.... Different Topic Math There were many choices that we made as a team to create our project... If we could go back to revise, we would like to improve.... Skills we used during this Project.... In Theater class, we are making mask, and the mask is one of the characters in Echo and Narcissus. Writing essay guide Works sited page There were some easy things about completing this project.... Paper mache There were some easy things about completing this project.... Get materials to make catapult Test out the catapult 3 times. Find information about our constellation Put each group mate's topic about astronomy in Prezi and Weebly. Memorize the information Test Catapult Edit the video/put it together Answer the question Cut the news paper Responses to the other group Making the weebly Making the graph Google presentation Researching the topic your doing Astronomy Project In english class, were learning about myths and our group's myth is Echo and Narcissus, we use those character to make the Mask. Catapult Project If we could go back to revise, we would like to improve.... Collecting Data Painting The Essential Question: There were many steps involved... We tell story because it tells us a lesson or it is interesting. Debate There were many choices that we made as a team to create our project... Making puppet Using the essay guide The Greeks did many discoveries on math, and it effect the world today and is important in the history. If we could go back to revise, we would like to improve.... Response to the other group There were many steps involved... There were many steps involved... There were many choices that we made as a team to create our project... Draw a picture Using clay and give the mask its shape Use gel and spread all over the clay mask Dip the newspaper in glue and paper mache After it dry,paper it white and color it up Floodlight Background/Setting Low-Tech Tools Here is what we made: Theater Finding the information By: Cindy, Hui Ling and Mamadou Science Here is what we made: Why did the Ancient Greeks tell myths? Essay Things We Learned During the Project.... Make our catapult more stronger Ancient Greeks were first people who invented Catapults, and it involve in History class. Getting the
Transcript: The roles of men, women,and children in the future. In the future, children will be going to school and learning all the present day skills, and out of school they will learn to defend them selves and fight. Women will be making better technology and designing better things for their house. Men will be making the military stronger and planning terroist attacks on other countries to take over.
Transcript: Uranus & Gaea: The personification of the sky; the god of the heavens and husband of Gaea, goddess of Earth. Hades: Made Lord of the Underworld, ruling over the dead. Poseidon: God of the sea. Athena: Goddess of wisdom, war, and the arts. Ares: God of war. Hephaestus God of fire and metalwork. Apollo: The god of prophecy. Artemis: Goddess of hunt and animals, as well as childbirth. Aphrodite: Goddess of love and beauty. Zeus: God of the heavens, the sky and thunder. Athena Artemis Arts Random Facts. 19 April 2009. RandomHistory.com. 2 April 2013. <facts.randomhistory.com/interesting-facts-about-greece.html> Uranus & Gaea In one ancient Greek myth of creation, the dark, silent abyss in which all things came into existence. According to the Thoegony of Hesiod, Chaos generated the solid mass of Earth, from which arose the starry, cloud-filled Heaven. Mother Earth and Father Heaven, personified respectively as Gaea and her offspring Uranus, were parents of the Titans. In a Later theory, Chaos is the formless matter from which the cosmos, or harmonious order, was created Greece Aphrodite Geography Arts Greece has more than 2,000 islands of which approximately 170 are actually populated. Greece's largest island is Crete. Greece's highest elevation is the legendary home of Zeus and the Olympian Gods and goddesses, Mount Olympus at 9,750 feet. It's lowest elevation is the Mediterranean Sea, or sea level. Geography Chaos and the theory of creation: Arts Mythology Many Greeks were skilled weavers of colorful rugs or articles of clothing. Embroidery is another important handicraft in Greece. Greek silversmiths hammer silver into heavy necklaces and other beautiful jewelry. Traditional Greek folk dances are held at local festivals and other celebrations. The people dance to folk music that features clarinets and bouzouki (a stringed instrument that resembles a madolin). Festivas of ancient greek drama are held reguarly in bowlike outdoor theaters that were built before the time of Christ. Mythology The most famous artist born in Greece was probably Domenikos Theotokopoulos. He became known as El Greco (the Greek) in Spain, where he did most of his painting during the late 1500's and early 1600's. Poseidon Works Cited Mythology Hades Apollo Pictures of the gods and goddesses Hephaestus Ares
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