You Selected:

Other

Math
ELA

#### Resource Types

showing 1-24 of 579 results

In this lesson students are introduced to the numerous inventions to originate in ancient China (including gunpowder, the wheelbarrow, the calendar, and many others). Students will make their own inferences to determine the importance of these inventions (then and now) and will be expected to relate
Subjects:
\$3.50
46 Ratings
4.0

DOC (128 KB)

The following is two-day (75 minute period) common core-based lesson on Genghis Khan and the Mongol Empire. The lessons contain a variety of activities that promote critical thinking, class discussion, and an array of other social studies skills.Topics covered in this lesson include:• Mongol culture
Subjects:
CCSS:

Also included in: MEGA Bundle - 9th and 10th Grade Global/World History - Common Core

\$5.50
43 Ratings
4.0

ZIP (20.89 MB)

Baseball Saved Us by Ken Mochizuki is a realistic fiction story about the experience of Japanese internees. During World War II, the Japanese military bombed Pearl Harbor, a United States Naval base located in Hawaii. The attack led to the United States entering into the war in 1942. After this at
Subjects:
\$4.00
37 Ratings
4.0

ZIP (21.22 MB)

Students learn about the Indus River Valley Civilizations straight from the source as they examine actual images from the Mohenjo Daro and Harappa archaeological excavation sites! The bundle includes a complete, detailed lesson plan, a corresponding PowerPoint presentation, a fun archaeological inve
Subjects:
\$3.00
35 Ratings
4.0

ZIP (8.18 MB)

This lesson uses what is referred to as the Mystery Strategy for teaching. The topic is Japanese Internment. By following the steps to the lesson students will be able to answer the following questions: 1.Why was this order given (Executive order 9066)? 2.Which areas were “Military Areas” or “Ex
Subjects:
\$2.50
\$1.50
32 Ratings
4.0

DOCX (19.3 KB)

Beautiful "Chinese New Year Dragons" that are created using simple classroom materials. Included in this lesson plan: - Reading article - Video - Templates to cut out each piece of your "dragon" - Pattern ideas - Step-by-step lesson instructions - Assessment rubric
Subjects:
\$4.49
28 Ratings
4.0

ZIP (14.19 MB)

In this lesson students will learn about Genghis Khan, the Mongol ruler of the Middle Ages. Students will learn about Genghis' rise to power, as well as his strategies that helped him and his empire conquer such a large part of Asia. Throughout the lesson, there are maps, pictures, an article compar
Subjects:
\$3.50
26 Ratings
4.0

DOCX (3.6 MB)

Resource includes guided notes, powerpoint slides, and stations activity related to the Meiji Restoration. Using the resource, students take guided notes about the background to western imperialism in Japan. Then, students rotate through four stations that all help explain why Japan was able to re
Subjects:
\$3.00
25 Ratings
4.0

PDF (867.78 KB)

Inside this pack you will find all you need to engage your students in this celebration in China and across the world with lots of hands-on activities, posters, word walls and worksheets.Click here and SAVE 30% by buying ALL 6 of my other China Resources in 1 Bundle!Inside this easy to use pack you
Subjects:

Also included in: China Activities Bundle

\$5.00
25 Ratings
4.0

PDF (3.15 MB)

In this COMPLETE lesson from InspirEd Educators, students will read primary sources to determine the flow of goods that traveled the Silk Road. Lesson warm up, teacher instructions, teacher answers, guiding discussion questions, all student handouts (including primary sources) and activities are in
Subjects:
\$3.00
23 Ratings
4.0

PDF (1.91 MB)

This worksheet, with complete teacher answer key, can be used as an in-class lesson plan, homework assignment, or sub plan. Students learn about Siddhartha Gautama and the origin story of Buddhism, and analyze Buddhist texts and primary sources (The Four Noble Truths Sermon and The Five Precepts of
Subjects:
Types:
\$3.50
22 Ratings
4.0

PDF (327.83 KB)

Year of the Dog Chinese Lanterns Year of the Dog Activity Sheets A creative way to decorate your classroom for Chinese New Year on February 16th, 2018. Dogs hanging from the ceiling or sitting on the shelf, your kiddos will love creating and putting on their own personal touches on these cuti
Subjects:
\$3.75
21 Ratings
4.0

PDF (4.19 MB)

Meant for a World Geography/Cultures course but also appropriate for middle or high school World History class. The project examines ancient and Medieval Chinese culture (Confucianism, filial piety, the role of women) by having the students look at a primary source document (The Ballad of Hua-Mulan
Subjects:
\$5.00
\$3.00
20 Ratings
4.0

PDF (90.43 KB)

This lesson contains:1. The legend (Nián) of Chinese New Year.2. Customs (including images) of Chinese New Year such as red envelops, fire crackers, couplets, traditional Chinese New Year's Eve dinner, etc.3. Sound files to teach you how to say some phrases related to Chinese New Year.It is an easy
Subjects:
\$5.00
19 Ratings
4.0

PPT (4.05 MB)

This activity is the perfect introduction to the famous Gunpowder Empires. It allows students to orient themselves with the physical and cultural geography of the Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal Empires. The geographic mapping practice is finished with questions that can be used for discussion or d
Subjects:
\$2.00
19 Ratings
4.0

DOCX (144.55 KB)

Students learn the main points about the Mauryan and Gupta Empires of Ancient India in an accessible and comprehensive reading, then synthesize their knowledge in a GRAPES chart comparing the two dynasties (Geography, Religion, Achievements, Politics, Economy, Society). Complete and thorough teacher
Subjects:
\$3.00
19 Ratings
4.0

PDF (2.29 MB)

Experience the longest military conflict in U.S. history, where more than 58,000 Americans lost their lives. From 1955 to 1975, our resource highlights the events that surround this controversial war.About this Resource: Travel to Southeast Asia and become familiar with the climate and terrain of Vi
Subjects:

Also included in: Korean & Vietnam Wars BIG BOOK - BUNDLE

\$14.95
\$12.71
18 Ratings
4.0

PDF (22.31 MB)

Subjects:
FREE
18 Ratings
4.0

PDF (511.4 KB)

The India Unit Study is a comprehensive lesson plan for the classroom or homeschool. It is based on a cross-curricular approach to learning, covering topics such as geography, math, language arts, science and foreign language to name a few. Included in the India Unit Study are: lots of informati
Subjects:
\$7.85
18 Ratings
4.0

PDF (7.74 MB)

This engaging mini-project puts students in charge of demonstrating the importance of Inventions and technology from China. Students work in partners or small groups to create a gallery display for an invention from China. Students then go on a gallery walk of each other’s work to discover the inv
Subjects:

Also included in: World History Gallery Walk Activity Bundle Ancients to Renaissance

\$4.00
18 Ratings
4.0

PDF (2.35 MB)

This lesson always turns the classroom excitement level way up! Students will hear gruesome stories of Mongols drinking horse blood on the run and catapulting Black Death carcasses in siege warfare, and then try to reconcile Mongolian brutality with their policies of religious tolerance and egalitar
Subjects:
Types:
\$3.00
16 Ratings
4.0

PDF (1.2 MB)

This video worksheet allows students to learn about Genghis Khan and the Mongols. The worksheet helps students understand the impact Genghis Khan had in shaping the world. The video is great for visual learners and helps break up class time so students are more focused throughout the entire period.
Subjects:
\$2.00
15 Ratings
4.0

DOCX (26.08 KB)

This is a comprehensive test that includes material on Hinduism, Buddhism, the Caste System, Geography, the Taj Mahal, the Eightfold Path and one Hindu story with multiple choice questions.
Subjects:
\$3.95
14 Ratings
4.0

DOC (21.8 MB)

Working in collaborative groups, team members take turns reading an article on China’s One-Child Policy Act entitled Too Many In The Family. This article will address the history behind the law, the policy incentives, disobeying the policy, and expectations to the rule. This lesson allows the stude
Subjects:
\$4.99
14 Ratings
4.0

ZIP (3.12 MB)

showing 1-24 of 579 results

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.