STUDY GUIDE FOR UNIT TEST ANCIENT GREECE What will be on the test? The ancient Greek map Any material covered in chapters 11 and 12 The ancient Greek men that made significant contributions to society ( you have a handout on this) Any of the material in your reading workbooks Any of the material and/or vocabulary from your graphic organizers How will the test be formatted? Thursday- You will have the multiple choice section of the test and the map portion of the test. Friday- You will complete an essay from the potential five questions listed below. You will also complete a matching section of the accomplishments of Ancient Greek men. How can I study? Use all you quizzes from this unit, Ch. 11 and Ch. 12 as well as quizzes on maps. Use your reading workbook and its answers Use your graphic organizers and notes from class Use any additional handout information from this unit such as the list of gods, the extra handout that contained information on Athens and Sparta and Pericles, etc. Use the study guide available through CLASS ZONE Use any extra review materials, film clips, slide shows I have posted to my Social Studies Helpful Links section of my website. OTHER HELPFUL TIPS PLAN YOUR STUDY TIME. DO NOT WAIT UNTIL THE NIGHT BEFORE TO BEGIN YOUR REVIEW. FIND A STUDY BUDDY. COME TO LATE NIGHT TUESDAY. THE FOLLOWING ARE THE QUESTIONS YOU MAY POTENTIALLY HAVE ON YOUR ESSAY PORTION OF THE TEST. 1. Explain why the government of ancient Athens is considered to be the beginning of democracy. Include those who helped create this more democratic type of government. Expand on how Pericles made this democracy more accessible to all. 2. What are the causes, course, and consequences of the Peloponnesian War? 3. Choose one battle of the Persian War. Describe briefly what has happened in battles leading up to this battle. Describe the battle selected in detail. Describe the outcome of this battle. 4. Describe the rise of Alexander the Great, the vastness of his empire and the spread of Greek culture.