Ancient Greece Study Guide
SOLS 3.4 and 3.8
Important Geography and land Facts:
*Greece is located in Europe on the
*Greece has many mountains and limited rich
Terms to know
Contribution: The act of giving or doing something
Chapter 10 Notes
Section 1.1 Languages and Culture
1. What are the three most popular language groups in Europe? Fastest
growing religion in Europe?
- Romance, Germanic, and Slavic/ Islam
2. What is a dialect?
- a dialect is a regional variety
Chapter 11 Notes/Study Guide Geography
2. hydroelectric power
Possible Questions to Consider
6. What is the capital of Russia?
7. What separates the North
5TH Grade Social Studies Georgia Milestones Review
Table of Contents
Civil War 3
Turn of the Century America .7
World War I 10
The Roaring Twenties .12
The Great Depression .13
World War II .15
The Cold War .19
The American Revolution (Skills 40-46)
Fourth Grade Social Studies
2 Quarter (Second Nine Weeks)
The American Revolution (Skills 40-46)
1. Name the thirteen original colonies that will become the thirteen original states. (p284-285)
1st Semester Exam Civics
Directions: Place the letter of the appropriate
county from the map with the ones listed below.
1st Semester Exam Study Guide
1. the study of the rights and
duties of citizens
2. by birth and through the
3. population count
conducted every ten years
4. annual live births per 1,000
members of a
GED Social Studies Study Guide
To accompany the Steck-Vaughn GED Social Studies Preparation book
Name: _ Date Began: _
DIRECTIONS: Read pp. 5-8, What You Need to Know to Pass Test Two: Social Studies.
Study each lesson that your instructor assigns and do
1st Semester Study Guide
1. How would you describe Civics?
2. How can you become a U.S. citizen?
3. What is a census?
4. What is the dif
1. How do myths and legends shape a society?
A lot of myths and legends explain or tell the history of communities.
primitive myths, pagan myths, and sacred myths are different global
myths used to create beliefs and morals to shape the
Myths, Folktales, and Fairy Tales
1. In the Myths from around the World section, read through the various
myths from different parts of the world. What similarities do you notice in the
myths? Are the myths influenced by the culture that they are from? Wh
unit 4 text
1. What key roles do animals play in legends and mythology? Choose one to
describe in detail.
In my opinion the most common animals play in a myth is the
antagonist. The antagonist is the beast that needs to be
1. In the Navajo creation myth, who were the first six beings? Who
occupied the Second World? What did the Water Monster of the Third
World do to get back his child?
The first six beings were First man, first woman, salt woman, fire
unit 3 lab
1. Was there a real King Arthur? Explain your answer.
There is nothing that proves King Arthur's Existence But there's also
nothing to prove he didn't exist. His legend is very famous for many
2. Is King Arthur a hero? Why o
unit 3 text
1. What are three of the universal characteristics of a hero based on what
you have learned in this unit?
Ive learned in this unit, three universal characteristics of a hero. One
characteristic is some type of specia
Ancient Egyptian Mythology
1. Who killed Osiris? Why?
Seth killed Osiris because he was jealous of him and he wanted to rule
2. Where did Osiris go?
Osiris went down into the underworld.
3. Who is Horus?
Horus id Osiriss son who battled s
Unit 4 lab
Dragon Chronicles <- your first lab link
1. What are some of the characteristics of dragons in myths and legends?
Rons description of dragons is, they can fly, spit fire, live forever, they
guard gold, and they can eat people.
1. How important were the gods and goddesses to mythological beliefs?
The mythological beliefs of many cultures revolve around the single
belief that their gods and goddesses made the earth,and
everything/one in it, and each god rules a different aspect