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Medieval West Africa - "The Story of Sundiata" + Assessments
"The Story of Sundiata" tells of the life-altering journey a disabled boy, named Sundiata, undertakes to become a great warrior and eventual ruler of the Empire of Mali. The story "The Lion King" has many parallels to this story. Ideal for Venn Diagram, T Square, and/or discussion groups. Includes
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Rome - Consequences of the Fall + Assessment
The illustrated article explains the consequences of the Fall of The Western Roman Empire on Europe in the centuries to follow.Activity includes: - 3-Page Illustrated Article - Multiple Choice / Short Answer Assessment + Answer Key - Short Answer Scoring Rubric (allows students to score each othe
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Medieval Guilds + Assessment
The brief, illustrated article explains Medieval Guilds - what they were - why they were developed - who worked in them - and who benefited from them. Included: - 3-Page Illustrated Article - Multiple Choice / DBQ Short Answer Assessment + Answer Key - Short Answer Scoring Rubric (allows studen
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El Dragon in Spanish- Color by Number K-6- Medieval Ages
This exciting picture can help your Elementary students have a fun time coloring by number while learning colors in Spanish. Great Crosscurricular activity for Kindergarden through 6th grades. It can be a fun tool at the end of your Social Studies unit. Kids can recognize colors in Spanish while le
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Mansa Musa + Assessment
Historians aren't exactly sure what year Mansa Musa was born, and they can't even agree on when he died. But they can agree on one thing ....... HE LIVED ! A brief biography of Mansa Musa, the richest man in recorded history - highlighting his accomplishments, including his pilgrimage to Mecca.
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Medieval China's "Three Ways" - Phony Document
The Phony Document describes the 3 dominant philosophies in medieval China. Buddhism, Daoism, and Confucianism. The document, however has factual errors in it, and the students are directed to close-read and correct any errors. This may be done in groups or individually. Great "close reading or r
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Minamoto Yoritomo + Assessment
The article describes how Minamoto Yoritomo became the first "Shogun" of Japan. It explains the reason why his family was not able to hold on to the title, and it defines the "shogunate" form of government.Includes: - 2-Page Illustrated Article - Multiple Choice / Short Answer Assessment + Answ
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Notable Figures of the Reformation and Counter-Reformation + Assessment
Reformation and Counter-Reformation Figures features the significant contributions of the important participants of this era. It ends with an brief explanation of the legacy of the Reformation. Activities and Assessment included.Lesson includes: - 2-Page "Figures" - Multiple Choice / Short Answer
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Confucianism in Our Schools ? - Activity
The Activity asks the question: "Is our school influenced by the philosophical principles of Confucianism ?" - and asks four questions based on the four basic tenets of Confucianism - respect for social order, respect for social rank, the importance of education, and the importance of moral virtue.
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"Three Key Renaissance Ideas" + Assessment
The brief article explains the concepts of Renaissance: Humanism, Secularism, and Individualism. Activities and Assessment included. Lesson includes: - Brief Illustrated Article - Multiple Choice / Document Based Question Short Answer Assessment + Answer Key- DBQ Scoring Rubric (allows students
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Medieval Japan - "The Japanese Develop a Writing System" + Assessment
The article explains the development of Kana during the Heian Period. "The Tale of Genji" is discussed as an example of this Period. Kana's three scripts are featured with the emphasis on the most often used Hiragana. Activities + Assessments included.Lesson includes: - 3-Page Illustrated Arti
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Joan of Arc + Assessment
"Joan of Arc" shows the events leading up to her birth and how she fits into these history-making events. The article explains her involvement in the Hundred Years War, the inspiration she provided the French, and the consequences she suffered as a result of her efforts. Activities and Assessment i
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Medieval Chinese Tangram Puzzle
The Chinese Tangram, or "seven boards of skill," is a unique Chinese puzzle with a rich history. It is said to have originated in the Song Dynasty. The object of the puzzle is to make recognizable shapes using all seven pieces. Variations on the puzzle include a challenge to see how many, say, "b
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Welcome to the Castle LABELS- Avery 48363
Labels for Avery 48363. These are great for a castle themed classroom. You can use them for lots of different things. I used them on plastic cups with a treat in them to go along with my Meet the Teacher Bingo game for their "Royal Treat". Enjoy!
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The Aztec - An Overview  +  Assessment
The article examines the cultural elements of the medieval empire of the Aztec - Historical, Political, Social, Religious, Architectural, and Engineering. Activities and Assessment include. Great Visuals.Lesson includes: - 7-Page Illustrated Article - Multiple Choice / DBQ Short Answer Assessmen
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Medieval Europe - "The Conversion of Europe to Christianity" + Assessment
The article describes the two most important components of the spread of Christianity in Early Medieval Times - the monastery and the missionary. It also explains the importance of the concept of Christendom to Europeans. Activities and Assessment included.Lesson includes: - 2-Page Illustrated Art
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Writing a Medieval Timeline
Are your students learning about medieval history? Here's a tool that will help them keep the dates straight! There are four templates, available in both color and in black and white, with different time spans on each. Choose the one(s) you'd like your students to focus on and then challenge them
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The Qur'an and Sunnah + Assessment
"The Qur'an and Sunnah" is a brief comparison of the two books considered the primary sources of Islamic belief. Crossword and Assessment Included.Lesson includes: - Informational Page - Multiple Choice / DBQ Short Answer Assessment + Answer Key- Short Answer Scoring Rubric (allows students to sc
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The Reformation - "Trouble for the Catholic Church" + Assessment
The article concentrates on the causes of pre-Reformation discontent. It explains the reasons behind medieval Europeans' resentment of the Church's wealth, power, and extravagance - which led to Luther's 95 Theses. It also introduces another aspect that made the Church wealthy yet unpopular - the
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Tang and Song - "The Math of the Chinese Imperial State" + Assessment
This activity includes a Chart defining the elements of the Chinese Imperial State - the bureaucracy + scholar-officials + the merit system + emperor support + Confucian principles. Assessment included.Lesson includes: - Imperial State Chart - Multiple Choice Assessment + Answer Key - Printables-
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"Medieval Civilizations in the Americas" - Phony Document
The "Phony Document" is filled with errors which are generally easy to find. It does, however, require the students to employ close-reading strategies to find and correct them. This is ideal as a pair review activity. Lesson includes: - 2-Page Phony Document - Answer Key - Coloring PageStore: The M
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Medieval Americas - "An Inca Hymn" + Assessment
"An Inca Hymn" is an excellent primary source poem composed by the Sapa Inca, Pachacuti. In it, he implores the creator god, Viracocha, to intercede on behalf of his people. Great short assignment or homeworkIncludes: - 1-Page Poem - Brief Multiple Choice / Short Answer Assessment - Answer Ke
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Ibn Khaldun - Historian + Assessment
This brief, illustrated article explains the life and accomplishments of Ibn Khaldun, considered the world's first modern historian.Lesson includes: - 2-Page Illustrated Article - Multiple Choice Assessment + Answer Key - Crossword + Crossword Key- Historical Examination Form - Printables - Visuals
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Medieval Japanese Buddhism + Assessment
The illustrated article briefly explains Buddhism and gives a short description of the five major Japanese sects. It also explains the meaning of the mandala and provides examples in color, as well as, outlines for coloring. Activities and Assessment included.Lesson includes: - 2-Page Illustrated A
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