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  • 1. What makes something a “Classic”?
  • 2. A Classic is something that...
    • Stands the test of time.
    • Is well respected.
  • 3. A Classic is something that...
    • Other people try to copy, but can never be matched.
  • 4. Classical Civilizations
    • Serve as standards for excellence.
    • Are historically memorable and relevant.
  • 5. Classical Era
    • A Classical Era is the period of the highest development of the social, political, religious, intellectual, technological, and economics aspects of a particular culture.
    • “S.P.R.I.T.E.”
  • 6. Classical Eras of Study
    • Zhou/Qin China
    • Han Dynasty
      • China
    • Mauryan Empire
      • India
    • Greece
    • Rome
  • 7. Classical Newspaper
    • You will be newspaper reporters assigned to cover one of the Classical Civilizations. You will need to research and write articles on many aspects of life in the civilization.
    • Articles will focus around the S.P.R.I.T.E. characteristics of the civilizations.
  • 8. S.P.R.I.T.E.
    • Social - What social classes existed? What were the roles of people throughout different social classes? Was there any social mobility or were did people remain in the same social class for life?
    • Political - Who or what was responsible for ruling the civilization. How did leaders come to power? How were they removed? What were some significant political achievements of the era?
  • 9. S.P.R.I.T.E.
    • Religion- What were the dominant religious beliefs of the people? Were they monotheistic, polytheistic, or neither? Did religion play a major role in the society? What impact, if any, does that religion have on today’s world?
    • Intellectual - What were some significant intellectual achievements of the period? What long lasting intellectual contributions did the civilization make?
  • 10. S.P.R.I.T.E.
    • Technological- What were the major technological developments of the period? How did they benefit the civilization? Did these discoveries impact the technology of future civilizations? How?
    • Economic - What was the economy of the civilization like? What did they use for money? What types of specialized jobs existed? Did people choose their profession?
  • 11. Period 1 Groups
    • Group 1
      • Eric Canning
      • Jen Euler
      • Madeleine Magardician
      • Steve Quortrup
      • Mike Carella
    • Group 2
      • Matt Severini
      • Caralyn Estivo
      • Kelly Madden
      • Mike Manzo
      • Scott Ferrante
    • Group 3
      • Antionette Collaro
      • Rob Finazzo
      • Cara Musco
      • Greg Gilroy
      • Steve Winski
    • Group 4
      • Allison Delfranco
      • Kyle Morovinsky
      • Jessica Hernendez
      • Bill Quinn
      • Dana Rizer
    • Group 5
      • Sal Dichiara
      • Travis Tinker
      • Candice Oliva
      • Paul Swoish
  • 12. Period 2 Groups
    • Group 1
      • Bill Bohner
      • Dana Disanto
      • Kim Goodstadt
      • Erkan Kara
      • Laura Miller
      • Joe Oliveri
    • Group 2
      • Lynsey Burton
      • Steve Figliozzi
      • Tiffany Schepps
      • Matt Kaiser
      • Tara Murphy
    • Group 3
      • Jim Casa
      • Andrew Fardig
      • Allison Hartman
      • Mike Larsen
      • Nina Velez
    • Group 4
      • Suraj Chalil
      • Steve Figliozzi
      • Ray Hunsucker
      • Vanessa Maggio
      • Tabitha Rodriguez
    • Group 5
      • Edric DeLaRosa
      • Tom Glasser
      • Michele Joly
      • Lisa Mayer
      • Natasha Haq
  • 13. Period 4 Groups
    • Group 1
      • Dan Clyne
      • Greg Doyle
      • Jackie Campbell
      • Caitlin Forbes
      • Sam Riss
    • Group 2
      • Ed Dowling
      • Ryan Leli
      • Brittany Coccia
      • Chris Galarza
      • Matt McDonough
    • Group 3
      • Dan Butera
      • Angelo Dilan
      • Matt Giannattasio
      • Megan Leary
      • Angelica Strippoli
      • Dan Spidle
    • Group 4
      • Joe Goldkranz
      • Beni Ramirez
      • Adelle Dinnigan
      • Aaron Lee
      • Yuan Pang
      • Dina Muhlenbruck
    • Group 5
      • Dina Hines
      • Vincent Stabile
      • John Donlon
      • Matt Sambuco
      • Morgan Lonnie
      • Jenny Wiener