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Knight Vs. Samurai: A multimedia comparison/point-of-view experience
What middle school student doesn't like to learn about fighting? This lesson (which is one of my best sellers) comparing Knights and Samurais gets them interested right away and relates to Common Core! Using Voicethread.com or GoAnimate4Schools.com students take on the point-of-view of a Knight an
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Medieval Europe PowerPoint Project
Students in groups research an important aspect of the history of Medieval Europe. With the research students will summarize this topic, define key terms, create a cause-and-effect chart, write point-of-view and informative writing, invent quiz questions, and present the topic to the class through
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Viking Activities
Included in this activity packet are a Viking Helmet, a Viking Shield for designing, a Viking Longboat Paper model, and a lesson on Viking Runes with a recipe for pretend stone included so that students can carve their own Viking Runes. We believe strongly in adding to history learning by creatin
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Door in the Wall student packet CCSS meet critical thinking strategies
This in depth study of Marguerite de Angeli's book Door in the Wall is a complete student handout; just copy and start! Each chapter has vocabulary, an introduction to medieval concepts and comprehension follow up based on Project Zero's "Visible Thinking" strategies that are the perfect window into
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The Middle Ages
Students are naturally drawn to the magic and mystery of the Middle Ages with its kings, queens, castles, courts, and knights in shining armor. The booktalks and activities included have been chosen to strengthen and enrich learning about this period of history and to help students develop language
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Renaissance Grid Project
This project has 2 main objectives: 1. To increase knowledge about European Renaissance, Reformation and Early Modern Europe – its concepts, people, and terms. 2. To be able to select activities of interest to the individual student.
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Differentiated graphic organizer:analyze the Catholic Church in the Middle Ages
Use this graphic organizer to examine and analyze the Catholic Church in the Middle Ages. How did the church evolve over time? This frame/graphic organizer should be used as students learn about the Catholic Church. Students may take notes from the textbook or lecture notes. They may work in teams
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Guided Research Packet: Castles
Are your students interested in castles, knights, and medieval times? Are you looking for a way to direct them through the research process but aren't sure where to begin? This guided research packet provides them with a detailed guide that will help them find appropriate resources and questions to
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MEDIEVAL TIMES UNIT FOR SMART BOARD!!!! Grades 4,5,6
Medieval Times Unit Grades 3-6 *Make your focus topic selections based on how appropriate for the grade you teach Time Frame approx. 2-3 weeks Document includes: • Full unit of smart board lessons and slides to teach Medieval Times in your classroom • Made for a 3rd grade Gifted
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The 95 These of Martin Luther; Common Core Approach
The 95 Theses of Martin Luther triggered the Reformation and brought an era of great change to Europe. The 95 Theses of Martin Luther triggered the Reformation and brought an era of great change to Europe. In a Common Core approach, the students are going to create an illustrated pamphlet by readi
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Art Lesson Plans: Medieval-Art History
Step by step lesson guide for medieval nspired lessons to be used for upper elementary or middle schoolers for art, history, or gifted education programs. 3D Castle Project Ink and Watercolor Dragons Two projects which includes: Easy step-by-step instructions Materials List Printable step-by-step
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Dear Niccolo; A Common Core Approach to Machiavelli's The Prince
Machiavelli's The Prince examines politics during the Renaissance, changing the way people looked at government in the same manner that art and literature were forever changed. Any study of the Renaissance and politics must take into account Machiavelli's examination of politics, not as an ideal ve
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The Historian's Apprentice; Common Core Approach Power Point
Examine a year of Medieval World History based on the Historian's Apprentice pedagogy. This Power Point shows how the Historian's Apprentice is applied to the California State Standards for Seventh Grade History. It is a Common Core approach with a wide variety of primary sources, writing project,
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Apply what you know:  Create a CD/Album Cover for the Mongols
A student favorite! Students will use higher-level thinking skills to apply information they have learned about the Mongols to create a CD/Album cover (as you would see on iTunes etc...). My students created the cover after listening to a song that I purchased on TPT at http://www.teacherspayteache
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Samurai Diary Unit Project
You are a samurai writing 5 entries in your diary as you grow up in Medieval Japan. Through a rewriting of the Japan Content Standards, students will create a first person, historical fiction story of their life and training as a samurai. A rubric based on the 6 traits of writing is also included in
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Feudalism in Japan vs. Feudalism in Europe- differentiated graphic organizer
Use this graphic organizer to compare and contrast feudalism in Japan and feudalism in Europe. In what way was it similar? How did it differ? If you have been using Icons of Depth and Complexity for differentiated instructions, your students should be familiar with the icons. If not, the explanation
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Valentine for Emeline
Valentine for Emeline Medieval Mystery is a no prep, unique fun way for students to celebrate Valentine's day using their critical thinking skills to sort out and eliminate suspects until just one remains. Clues can be solved in any order. Suitable for middle school plusThe product contains:• Instru
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Dragon Tamer Help Wanted Poster
The village is under attack, and it needs your students' help! Let them use their creative thinking skills to create a help wanted ad in order to hire the perfect dragon tamer. This activity is perfect for any study involving fantasy or medieval times. Extend this activity with creative writing b
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