Your students are Japanese scribes who have been hired to create help wanted advertisements to find qualified people to become samurai. The task of your students is to create a help wanted ad describing the job of a samurai. Additionally, an optional extension project is included in the resource i
This is a work of historical fiction to motivate and engage reluctant readers. Part of my Warriors of God series, it depicts a hapless monk caught up in a Viking raid who unwittingly becomes the hero.
It is a short reading that most middle school age students will finish in about fifteen to twen
Students will work in groups of three to present a talk show. Their talk show will include the host who will ask the deep and engaging questions and two guests who will answer in an interesting and detailed way. Students will choose three out of the following four people to include in their talk s
This is a set of castle images taken in North Wales, UK. A map is included to show where the castles are situated. Many of the castles were built during the reign of Edward I (1239-1307) during the conquest of Wales. Many of the castles were built in strategic locations e.g. rocky hill tops, near th
Included in this package is:
-Medieval Role Assignment (assess Social Studies and Oral Presentation Skills)
-Organizer for Student Research
-Roles to Assign
Excite your grade 4's with an opportunity to dress up and present a medieval character to the class. I have found my students are ver
Updated!! A fun game that will introduce students to the daily life of serfs in the High Middle Ages. They will learn not only about the serfs' obligation to the lord, but likewise the lord's responsibility to the serfs. They will also learn about the daily activities, food, and difficulty of the pe
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This PowerPoint teaches to these National History Standards: Era 4, Standard 4B, Grades 5 - 12 ("Assess the importance of monasteries, convents, the Latin Church, and missionaries from Britain and Ireland in the Christianizing of western and central Europe.") The Po
This is a set of cards that contain characteristics of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. There are 7 cards for each of the category titles, as well as 21 cards for each of the characteristics, for a total of 28 cards. These can be used for a label the bucket activity, a pre-assessment, a formative a
Bundle DescriptionFeudal Japan Activities Resource Bundle!This bundled product contains the following 6 StudentSavvy resources!Medieval Japan Interactive NotebookMedieval Japan Reading PassagesMedieval Japan Interactive PowerPointMedieval Japan STEM ChallengesMedieval Japan Google Classroom Student
Anyone Can Draw Dragons and Sea Serpents is a drawing unit designed for intermediate and middle/secondary students. Dragons and Sea Serpents are found in the folklore of many cultures, so this unit can be used in social studies and language arts curriculums for various grades. This unit shows studen
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
This 4 page package combines mapping skills with critical thinking skills while examining the importance of geographical features and location during the Italian Renaissance. It includes complete student instructions, an informational map, a blank map with call out boxes, and a marking rubric. NOTE
This is a package of PPT presentation (mostly with photos) and Word document. I've also described how I use this package (togeter with youtube and some music).
This excercises will take you upt to 40 min to complete and it's suitable for students which has at least B1 level of Spanish. I used it wit
Italy power point tells the highlights of Italy. Visit Venice, Florence, Pisa and Rome using my photographs. Students will enjoy learning the history of Italy as it relates to the World. Questions and Answers included in this 37 page slideshow. Great for World History ,and cultural unit.
This rich task puts students in the role of political advisers to a Renaissance prince. It invites them to consider different ways that rulers might exercise and consolidate power, in the tradition of the Italian Renaissance political philosopher Machiavelli.
The handout provides a brief, imaginat
THIS PROJECT INVOLVES SOME RESEARCH, WRITING, AND INVENTION. THERE IS A PART WHERE A STUDENT CAN INVENT A WEAPON, DRAW IT, AND DESCRIBE ITS CONSTRUCTION. ANCIENT WEAPONRY IS INTERESTING, AND MODERN WEAPONRY IS DYNAMIC. HAVE A GREAT YEAR OF LEARNING. KEEP AMERICA STRONG. USE THIS PROJECT FOR AN AS
Students will be exploring the differences and similarities of Islam and Christianity in order to construct an argument for tolerance. We will also explore the legacy of Islam and how Islamic civilization contributed to today's society
The final product is a 5 paragraph essay on religious tolerance
Students will have fun inventing their own castles with this castle parts worksheet. They can use this as a resource to draw from. I find it helpful for students to start their drawing with one large rectangle or square, and then add the windows, towers, doors, turrets, moats, and brick details.