This electronic curriculum bundle includes everything needed to teach a two- to three-week World History unit on Classical Civilizations, suitable for 9th-12th graders.
The following files are included in this bundle:
*Textbook and Sheltered Textbook Chapter 2 (PDF and Publisher versions)
* Note-guides (MS Word)
*Quiz bank for customized quizzes and reading checks (Word)
*Student-centered, highly visual discussion Power Points (Ppt)
*Athens vs. Sparta Pep Rally Experiential Activity
*Ancient Rome Document Based Question (DBQ) (Word)
*Graphic organizers for review (Word)
*Classical Civilizations Crossword Puzzle (Word)
*World History Writing Handbook Lesson Two: Document References (Word)
*Viewing guides for Modern Marvels: the Great Wall of China and Last Stand of the 300 videos (Word)
*Test bank including 93 AP- and STAAR- formatted test questions (Examview & Word versions)
*Short answer test options
*Ancient & Classical Timeline assessment project
*All items include options for differentiation at 3 levels: On-level, pre-AP, and Modified/ESL.
When you purchase the product, you will receive a Word Document that includes a link and easy instructions to access the files online via Dropbox. You don't have to have a Dropbox account to access the files. Once you access the files, you will have 30 days to download them to your own computer or flash drive. (Don't worry; it's easy! I tested the instructions on a person who is notorious for being confused by computers and they worked fine.)
‘I Heart World History’ is an original textbook which is written for 9th-12th graders. The book approaches history with humor and kid-friendly language, as it was written by an ACTUAL TEACHER who has contact with LIVING CHILDREN on a daily basis! My goal in writing this book was to create a text that students would actually want to read, which explained concepts in ways they could understand, without 'dumbing down' the information. A 'regular' version of the text suitable for on-level and Honors or pre-AP students is available, in addition to a sheltered version of the text suitable for modified or resource students and English Language Learners.
The full ‘I Heart World History’ curriculum is student-centered, and appeals to visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learners. It has been classroom tested with six different teachers who taught pre-AP, on-level, modified, and ESL 10th graders in a Texas high school. It includes adaptations for different student achievement levels as well: modified, on-level, and pre-AP.
To learn more about the text and curriculum, please download this free document.
You can also download the entire Unit 1 Curriculum Bundle
for free in order to get an idea of the structure of the curriculum and the overall quality of the work.
Chapter 2 of ‘I Heart World History’ covers the following time periods: Greek city-states, Alexander’s Empire, Roman Republic, Roman Empire, Qin and Han China, and Maurya and Gupta India. It has been designed to fulfill the latest Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) requirements for 10th grade World History.
Keywords: Ajanta Caves, Alexander the Great, Allegory of the Cave, aqueducts, Archimedes, Aristophanes, Aristotle, Asoka, Athens, Augustus Caesar, Buddhism, Chandragupta Maurya, Christianity, democracy, due process, empire, engineering, Eratosthenes, Euclid, fall of Roman Empire, forum, Four Noble Truths, Great Wall, Greco-Roman civilization, Hellenism, Herodotus, Homer, Julius Caesar, Laws of the Twelve Tables, legions, martyrs, messiah, patricians, Pax Romana, Pericles, Persian Wars, Plato, plebeians, polis, Punic Wars, Pythagoras, republic, Roman roads, Senate, Shi Huangdi, Sik Road, Socrates, Sophocles, Sparta, Srigupta, stupas, Thucydides, veto, Virgil.
*STAAR = State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness
All instructive text copyright 2011 by Carrie Floyd Cagle. Purchase of the product includes permission to copy class sets (up to 35) of texts and student copies (1/student) of ancillary activities. Activities may be posted on a PASSWORD RESTRICTED website that is only available to students in your school; however, nothing should be posted on an open website.