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  • 1. Interactive Power Point Project Amy Provenzola Ed 205 Sect. 9
  • 2. Spartan Soldiers Review
  • 3. Spartan Soldier
    • Who were they?
    • What were their ideals?
    • Review with a Movie!
    • Test Yourself!
    • Resources
    • About the Author
    • Concept Map
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  • 4. Who were they…
        • Origins – Sparta was a city-state in Greece, like Athens
          • Athens = Art & Philosophy, Sparta = Warrior Culture
        • Life for Men – Men were soldiers
            • Military school @ age 7
            • Taught not to show pain
            • Citizen test – Warrior culture
        • Want to know more? Click Here!
        • MAP
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  • 5. Movie Quit
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  • 7. What were there Ideals…
      • Spartan Soldier Ideals
        • Be Efficient
          • First Uniformed Army
          • Phalanx – The Idea to protect the Man next to you
        • Be Selfless – Group mentality,
          • Don’t break ranks – state is more important than yourself
          • Fellow soldier was like a brother…these Men grew up and lived together.
        • Never Retreat
          • “ H Tan H Epi Tas” – Greek Women
          • A Beautiful Death
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  • 8. “ H Tan H Epi Tas” was something the Spartan women would say to the men as they went off to war. It meant “Either come back with it or on it”. This refers to their shield which is how they carried the dead. Therefore, it represents the idea that retreat was not acceptable for a Spartan Soldier. Quit
  • 9. Review Section 5 Questions Quit
  • 10. Question 1
    • What Would a Spartan Do?
    • Your Brother was killed by a Persian. You are in the Phalanx line and see the man who killed your Brother. What do you do? Do you break ranks before you’re told?
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  • 11. Answer: Being a Spartan soldier, you would never break ranks out of the Phalanx despite your emotions. Quit
  • 12. Question 2
    • What Would a Spartan Do?
    • You are a Spartan Boy getting whipped for punishment. How do you act? Do you show your pain?
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  • 13. Answer: As a Spartan you were taught to never show pain or any type of weakness. Quit
  • 14. Question 3
    • You are in battle and the ranks are falling fast. Only two of you are left. What are your options? Where do you go?
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  • 15. Answer: You would never retreat or surrender, so you would continue fighting till death had conquered you. To die in battle was the ultimate goal in life it was called a “Beautiful Death”. Quit
  • 16. About the Author
    • My name is Amy Provenzola and I am currently a student at Grand Valley State university. I am 20 years old and I aspire to become a High School history teacher someday. I want to make History as interactive as possible for all my students so that history can come alive in my class.
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  • 17. Resouces
    • -United Streaming
    • -The World Wide Web
    • -Google Images
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  • 18. Concept Map Quit