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This is a fun, exciting way to get your students to role-play in groups as explorers crossing the Sahara during the gold-salt trade. Students must work together in a caravan to make the right decisions along the journey to avoid losing too much health or too many blocks of salt. Just print one game
Students are split into three groups: economic, political, and cultural. They are tasked with solving the problems the United States faced during Reconstruction. Each day (four day total project) the groups of students face a new problem and are given potential solutions to solve this problem. Stude
Overview: This collaborative activity is designed to simulate the experiences of individual groups involved in the Scramble for Africa, an event affecting the characters in Chinua Achebe’s novel Things Fall Apart. Students work in small groups to determine the needs, resources, and negotiation stra
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In this activity students are going to play an internet-based computer game. In this exciting game students will pretend that they are preparing a body for the Egyptian afterlife! They will perform the mummification step-by-step just like the ancient Egyptians! They will also learn about objects use
A comedic and educational interpretation of the Malian legend of Sundiata. This play will expose students to one of Mali's greatest legends and will get them actively engaged as they act out the parts of the legend.
DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT IN CLASS TODAY! Your students have never done anything like this before. Remember those books where you decided what the main character did? This is a classroom version where you kids are out of their seats living out history. This adventure has your students pretending to b
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Students will enjoy simulating one of East Africa's countries that relies on the Nile River as their main water supply. The five countries will choose to cooperate or compete in order to receive points, which represent the amount of water their country needs based on their current population. The si
DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT IN CLASS TODAY! Your students have never done anything like this before. Remember those books where you decided what the main character did? This is a classroom version where you kids are out of their seats living out history. This adventure has your students pretending to b
Students will collaborate in groups to come up with an African tribe identity and compete in a silent barter simulation. The lesson will include planning steps such as determining what type of tribe they want to be, and what strategy they will use to obtain their needed goods. When completed, studen
This is a fun activity from HistoryChic's Treasure Trove that you can use in AP World History Unit 3 to help students review the major trade routes and products (you do need to have covered this material before doing this activity). You can use it as something fun that isn't graded, or you could us
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In this engaging, student driven activity students learn how to plan a trip to a foreign country. While they learn this important life skill they also learn about present, and ancient, Egypt. Students will learn about Pharaohs, important Egyptian vocabulary words, geography of Egypt, the climate o
This interactive lesson combines the history of Civil War mapmakers like Jed Hotchkiss and a General's planning for encampments (Where to put cannons, tents, latrines etc.), with the mathematical calculations it takes to produce such a map. The students will work outside to accurately map an area de
This lesson is an exemplar for a Common Core aligned lesson. Perfect for when one is being observed by administration or as a fun way to teach New Imperialism. Could be taught over 2-5 days. This lesson emphasizes content literacy, document analysis, and engagement. It contains a warm-up and visual
Intense in-class simulation where students will research about a murdered civil rights figure and then give his or her eulogy. Target: Students will learn more about death as a means of change through researching one Civil Rights member and/or African-American who was murdered during the Civil Righ
Explore and label the different stops along the Triangle Slave trade.
The purpose of this lesson plan is to explain to students the importance of learning from Ancient Civilizations. From learning about these ancient cultures we can learn to better appreciate our own surroundings and culture. Students will learn that their is always something that ancient civilization
Looking for an engaging way to explain historical concepts? Tired of giving lectures on complex historical topics? Do you have high energy students looking for an outlet? Ask yourself: which will students remember more: a lecture on the Boston Tea Party or that time Timmy, the Captain of the footba
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Students will examine what it felt like to live as an African American during the Jim Crow Era. Students will have 9 different tasks in which they will explain what happened and how it made them feel. Finally, students will write a 1-2 page essay describing the similarities and differences between
This product is a simulation! Students will be assigned a role and given materials to model the Transatlantic Trade Route.
European superpowers colonized Africa in the 1800s and exploited African lands and people for the continent’s rich natural resources. As part of the colonization process, the Europeans created colonies which eventually became the countries of Africa today. The borders of these African colonies were
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Take your students on a virtual field trip explore Aksum, Ethiopia! Using a combination of Google Earth 360 degree views, informational text, visuals, and video content, your students will learn and explore ancient ruins up close! This virtual field trip is all about the KINGDOM OF AKSUM (Axum)!Your
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Remember the childhood novels when you were able to decide your outcome and fate? This resource allows students to choose their fate as they escape from South Sudan in the year 1985. There are many different scenarios to choose from and because it is on Google Drive, students can restart their adven
The following is a 2 day whole class simulation in which students will simulate the series of negotiations that originally took place between November of 1884 and February of 1885 in Berlin, Germany in which major European nations met to peacefully partition Africa and divide its resources fairly am
Oftentimes the Cold War is taught solely as a struggle between East and West, however students should also see how it was equally a struggle between North and South. Throughout the entirety of the Cold War, the U.S. and the U.S.S.R sought to extend their influence and that of their competing politi

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