Ancient Greece And Rome Compare And Contrast Essay Prompts

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Presentation on theme: "ANALYZING ESSAY PROMPTS. How democratic were the societies of Ancient Athens and Rome? Compare and contrast each civilization and analyze the strengths."— Presentation transcript:

1 ANALYZING ESSAY PROMPTS

2 How democratic were the societies of Ancient Athens and Rome? Compare and contrast each civilization and analyze the strengths and weaknesses of each democracy.  Stance = how democratic? Very, somewhat, not at all BODY PARAGRAPH IDEAS:  1 st Body P = Athens  2 nd Body P = Rome  3 rd Body P = Both OR  1 ST Body P = examples of D in both  2 nd Body P = women in both  3 rd Body P = slaves, others in both

3 Analyze the similarities and differences in Judeo- Christian and Greco-Roman views of law and duties of the individual.  Stance = expectations of each society OR how similar/how different BODY PARAGRAPH IDEAS:  1 st Body P = Jewish Laws  2 nd Body P = Christian Laws  3 rd Body P = Greece  4 th Body P = Roman Laws OR  1 st Body P = Similarities and/or diffs  2 nd Body P = Similarities and/or diffs  3 rd Body P = Similarities and/or diffs

4 What are the most important contributions made by the ancient Greeks and Romans to government and law and what lasting effects are there from them today?  Stance = how important were the contributions BODY PARAGRAPH IDEAS:  1 st Body P = Examples from Greeks (Gov’t, laws, today)  2 nd Body P = Examples from Romans (Gov’t, laws, today)  3 rd Body P = Examples from both (Gov’t, laws, today) OR  1 st Body P = Government of G and R  2 nd Body P = Laws of G and R  3 rd Body P = lasting effects today of G and R

5 HONORS OPTION: Is democracy the best form of government? Using arguments from Plato and Aristotle, examples from Athens and the Roman Republic and modern historical events, defend your answer.  Stance = is democracy the best form? BODY PARAGRAPH IDEAS:  1 ST Body P = Plato & Aristotle  2 nd Body P = Ancient Athens  3 rd Body P = Roman Rep  4 th Body P = modern examples OR  1 st Body P = Dem Ex (+ or -)  2 nd Body P = Dem Ex(+ or -)  3 rd Body P = Dem Ex (+ or -)  4 th Body P = Dem Ex (+ or -)


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