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ancient_greece_class_assembly - Ancient Greece Assembly....

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Ancient Greece Assembly. Narrator 1: Welcome to Class ____’s Assembly. Narrator 2: We have been looking at Ancient Greece. Narrator 3: First of all we looked at the history of Greece. Narrator 1: There were 2 mighty city states in Greece. Narrator 2: One was Athens. (Athenian 1, Athenian 2, Athenian 3, Athenian 4 , Athenian 5, Athenian 6 and Athenian 7enter) Athenian 1: We're Athenians. We like art. Athenian 5: And poetry. Athenian 4: and plays. Athenian 3: And music. Athenian 7: We also believe in democracy. Children: What's democracy?. Narrator 3: Democracy is a fancy word for a government that people get to vote for. Children: well, that sounds nice.
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Athenian 1: So put your hands up if you would like a democracy. (Everyone puts their hands up.) Athenian 4: Well, I think that worked. Narrator 1: And democracy is the form of government we have today. Narrator 2: Almost. Narrator 3: And the other mighty city state in Greece was Sparta. (Spartan 1, Spartan 2, Spartan 3, Spartan 4, Spartan 5 and Spartan 6 enter). Spartan 1: We're Spartans. We like killing people. (There is a pause) Narrator 1: And what else? (Spartans think about it for a bit). Spartan 1: Well, that's about it really. We only like killing. Spartan 2: Oh, we also like going abroad and meeting people. Narrator 2: That's nice. What do you do when you meet other people? Spartan 1: We kill them.
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Athenian 7: But what about art and music? Spartans: Oh yuck. Athenian 1: And democracy? Do you have democracy? Spartan 3: Democracy! Oh course not. We have a king, in fact we have two kings! Our most famous king was King Leonidas! Spartans: Hooray for King Leonidas! Narrator 3: The Spartans and the Athenians did not like each other. (The Spartans and Athenians put their thumbs to their noses and blow raspberries at each other). Narrator 1: And there would probably have been a war if the
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course HIST 201 taught by Professor Sabey during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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