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Daily Life in Athens and Sparta Unit: Compare and Contrast Passages and Activities

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Your students will love learning about Athens and Sparta with this resource! It includes reading passages and activities to compare and contrast these two ancient Greek city-states! 

There are 3 informational articles on the following topics:

⭐Life in Athens

⭐Life in Sparta

⭐The Way of Life for Boys and Girls

This unit includes many interactive activities:

✔Comprehension Questions

✔Athens OR Sparta?

✔Hidden Word Fact Sort (cut-n-sort activity)

✔Venn Diagram

✔Writing Prompt

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There are three main activities:

Reading:

Read the informational articles about Athens, Sparta, and the way of life for boys and girls. Have students answer the comprehension questions for each section to check for understanding.

Hands-on Activities:

There are several activities for students to apply their knowledge and compare and contrast Athens and Sparta. Visual Directions are included for the Hidden Word Fact Sort.

Writing:

Have students connect the information to their own lives by deciding which city-state they would have rather lived in Athens or Sparta. They need to explain their answers and give details to support it.

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