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Tammy Plank

Student Instructions

Athens & Sparta

1. Read the information about Athens & Sparta 2. Use the tool to write two or more adjectives that describe each city-state. (Remember that adjectives are words that describe what a person, place, or thing is like.) 3. Draw a quick illustration for each city-state that shows what values were important to the people of that city-state. 4. Use the caption to answer the question: Which city-state was better? Write a good claim statement and supporting evidence from the text. Remember to use quotation marks around your quote from the text!

6th Grade, History
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Athens was better than Sparta because This is supported in the text where it says, " " (McGraw Hill, 2007).

Teacher Notes (not visible to students)

The text I used was the graphic novella from McGraw Hill's world history textbook. Any article comparing Athens & Sparta would work, though. (You'll want to edit the caption on the template if you use a different text.)