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Black Death, 1348 CE: A Bone-Chilling Investigation on the Bubonic Plague!
Black Death, 1348 CE: A Bone-Chilling Investigation on the Bubonic Plague! Middle Ages!This Black Death investigation is included in two larger unit bundles, the Middle Ages Unit and the Black Death Bundle, located here: Middle Ages Unit: 16 Engaging Lessons to teach the Middle Ages (Medieval Ti

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Fall of Rome and Rise of Middle Ages A Play
The purpose of this activity is to help students identify and understand the causes and effects of the Fall of the Roman empire. Students will participate in a play in which the Roman emperor continually taxes his people into poverty and then enslaves those unable to pay. Students will understand h
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The Black Death - Student workbook and simulation activity
This unit of work covers the Black death of Europe in 1348-1349. It consists of a 17 page student workbook, where students cover the entire topic as they work through the workbook. The workbook covers: • The background to the Black death of 1348 • The Spread of the Black Death to England • The caus
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Middle Ages Simulation: A Three -Event Medieval Tournament in Your Classroom
A Three Event Medieval Tournament INTRODUCTION: Medieval Knights were trained from boyhood to develop the skills necessary to be warriors. They needed to know how to fight on horses with a lance, how to use a sword, and how to shoot a bow and arrow. Tournaments were held to allow Knights the cha
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Middle Ages Escape Room: Crack Polyibus Cipher at Windsor Castle!  Tons of fun!
Middle Ages Escape Room: Crack Polyibus Cipher at Windsor Castle! Tons of fun! In this 100% fun and engaging escape room breakout activity, students are introduced to the Polyibus square cipher invented by the ancient Greeks but popularized by Medieval monarchs to avoid messages falling into enemy

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Medieval Medicine and Torture:  Two Reasons We Needed the Enlightenment
The purpose of this activity is to familiarize students with the archaic forms of medical care during the Middle Ages and also the cruel forms of torture. After reviewing these topics, students will synthesize information to understand why the Enlightenment was truly “life changing.” This lesson p
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War of the Roses - English History Simulation
An exciting simulation which allows students to immerse themselves in the role of a noble family during the time of the Lancaster and York wars. Students will work together in teams to make decisions, change sides, and support or overthrow the ruling family of England. The simulation takes the cla
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Hip Hop Griot; Rapping African Folktales & Oral  Traditions
Oral tradition is essential to all societies. This is particularly important in societies where a large number people were not literate. The culture and traditions of most African civilizations was not carried on through a written language. The history and traditions of Africa were continued ove
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Create Your Own Medieval Manor: Map Simulation
To create a more immersive experience I created this fun simulation to guide students through the different parts of a fief and manor. Anyone can show a canned image of a diagrammed manor. But in this simulation students become a medieval lord or lady and design their own following a realistic story
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World History Escape Room: Translate American Sign Language on World History!
World History Escape Room: Translate American Sign Language on World History!In this 100% fun and engaging escape room breakout activity, students are introduced to American Sign Language developed at the American School for the Deaf in Hartford, Connecticut. This activity is great for team-buildin

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Medieval Knights Simulation Game
This is an engaging and exciting way to get your students to role-play as medieval knights. Students must make the right decisions along their journey to earn as many honor points as possible. Just print one game card per student and control the story from your projector! Includes:- Medieval Knights
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Plague Simulation
PLAGUE is a very short introductory simulation to the Black Death. The purpose of the simulation is to demonstrate to students the rapid spread and widespread extent of the Black Death.
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The feudal Social Structure in Medieval Society - whole class activity
This is a whole class activity designed to show how the Medieval Feudal Structure worked. Students each are assigned a position of peasant, knight, lord or king. They receive lollies (or another item) based on their position and have to give some up to those above them in the structure. At the end
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Trans-Saharan Trade Simulation
Visit our blog at www.thesocialstudiers.com! The Trans-Saharan Trade Simulation transports students to medieval West Africa at the high of the gold-salt trade. Students play one of four kingdoms, or two Berber clans as they navigate the treacherous Sahara, barter for goods, deal with religious conf
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Cultural Advances in the High Middle Ages
Students examine the cultural advances that society made during the High Middle Ages in this lesson. The lesson presents analysis questions using primary source excerpts, images, charts, and summary readings. It allows many opportunities for student discussion, and includes instructions for a fun si
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Feudal Japan Simulation
Students play the roles of daimyos and lesser lords with the object of becoming Shogun. Students must trade resources to build their economy and military. Purchasing and payment is done through resources, so trading and cooperation are essential to winning.
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Early Middle Ages Unit Bundle - 9 lessons; 105 pages of material!
This unit bundle contains the materials and directions for NINE complete lesson plans, activities, simulations, worksheets, readings, and PowerPoints! 105 pages of material! Covers from the fall of Rome to the beginning of the High Middle Ages! These lessons and activities are completely Common Cor
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Middle Ages: Magna Carta Bundle
These activities and projects make the Magna Carta come to life for your students. There are opportunities to analyze primary sources, connect the Magna Carta to American government, and create their own charter for student rights. This includes: 1. Common Core Standard Based Lesson Plans and Stra
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Black Death Updated - Bill Burton
Highly interactive! How fleas got the Black Death started Video clip of buboes. *****Runs off the Flash Player - Check to see if you have the updated Free Flash Player. Go to http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player.html to update your computer.
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Feudalism and Manorialism Simulation
Students will conduct an in-class simulation that mirrors the organization and responsibilities of medieval society. Pupils will assume the roles of lords, knights, and serfs, and be required to perform certain tasks that highlight the societal expectations of these classes. Privileges, rewards, and
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Protestant Reformation ~Student Simulation & Activities~
Great Introductory Activity for a Unit or lesson on the Protestant Reformation! This short student simulation and picture analysis activity really piques student interest in the topic- I use it as a lead in to the Reformation. During the short simulation your students will play the role of peasants
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Teaching with Chess is one of the most unique ways to teach feudalism in medieval Europe. Combined with the fun of learning one of the oldest, most played games in the world, students will learn about how the history influenced the game as well as how the game is a reminder of history. First, watch
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Feudal System Conceptual/Organization Activity and Notes
Pretending to be William the Conqueror, students are given the resources and people available in England, 1066, and have to "organize" them into a "system" of some sort. Students are given a table which organizes each group according to what they want and what they can provide/offer in exchange (i.e
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Advice for a Young Renaissance Prince - Machiavelli
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
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