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Marco Polo: A Reader's Theater Script(Explorer)
Use this informative Reader's Theater Script to learn about Marco Polo. Marco Polo helped to start the Age of Discovery with his book on his adventures to China. The fun/informative play uses the format of Marco Polo being a guest on a talk show and the studio audience asks questions about his life

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Medieval Myths: Robin Hood man or myth?
A brief power point presentation about Robin Hood and who he might have really been.
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Medieval Sports Bibliography
This is a bibliography of sports and pastimes of the Middle Ages for teachers who may want to develop a unit or mini-unit on the subject for world history or upper elementary/middle level social studies.
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Celebrating to Create A Historical Milestone:  1066
A ccording to some English medievalists, the year 1066 is one date that every English schoolchild knows by heart. That may be the case; however, in my teaching career, I've discovered that every American schoolchild does not know 1066 by heart nor what famous battle was fought in that year (I don't
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Medieval Mysteries: The lost treasure of King John
A power point slideshow about King John of England and his lost treasure.Study questions include math story problems.
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Rise of Nation States SnapCat
SnapChat is the modern version of comic strips, and here students will tell a SnapChat story of the Rise of Nation States! This is a nice review tool for students to synthesize the information that they have learned about the rise of nations in Europe following the fall of Rome, and is an activity t
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Crusades: A Visit with Sir Bartholomew, A Crusader(Reader's Theater Script)
Learn about the Crusades with this fun and informative play. Students will have fun acting out the different parts, especially those of Sir Bartholomew. There are 10 audience questioners. Part of my Ms. Bie Ografee Talk Show Series, the format is that of a talk show host with a studio audience that
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Marco Polo Article (Reading Level 2) Comprehension Worksheet
This worksheet is based upon the Britannica School "Marco Polo" Article. At the bottom of the sheet is the citation to find the article. However, the questions are basic enough that they can be used for most articles or general facts about the Marco Polo. I specifically created this worksheet to go
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Women's History: Hildegard of Bingen(Middle Ages)
If you ask students to list a couple of famous women in history, I would think Harriet Tubman, Amelia Earhart and Rosa Parks may be mentioned. As a teacher of world history, too often there is a giant VOID when it comes to famous WOMEN in ancient History. I continue to add to my new series, Let's Me

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Joan of Arc: Military Leader/ Heroine of France
Looking for a reading passage and activities on Joan of Arc? If, so, check out this resource which is part of my Let's Meet Series. Done in the first person, students will learn about the life of Joan of Arc. Also included are Did You Know? Fun Facts, Comprehension Questions, a Map Activity and a Te

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