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Are you comfortable teaching drawing in your classroom or homeschool? If not, let me help you! This Mystical Dragon Drawing Lesson will be delivered to you via TpT streaming video. Simply supply your students with paper and drawing materials, display the video in your classroom or homeschool, and
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Duration: 14:45

This video features our guest lecturer, Griot B as he teaches about the first civilizations in Meso-America. Using a song he teaches your class about those who came first in this hemisphere.
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Duration: 3:20

Four Corners of the World: The Inca were the last inheritors of an empire begun by the Moche and Nasca, Tiwanaku, Wari and Chimú. From their capital city, Cuzco, their rulers presided over many different nations, over 25,000 kilometers of roads and bridges and 6,000,000 subjects. The entire kingd
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Duration: 6:00

In this video lessons students will investigate how the Sumerians were able to manipulate their environment to create the first civilization. The lesson focuses on the environmental challenges that the Sumerians overcame and how that led to the first civilization in the historical period. The video
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Duration: 9:31

In this flipped video students will investigate the geographic and political structure of Ancient Egypt. Students will examine the importance of the Nile River and the role of Pharaohs in Egyptian history. The video addresses the following standards:AERO 1.8.a- Apply key concepts such as chronology,
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Duration: 6:24

In this video lesson students will investigate the beliefs, values and practices of Judaism and Hinduism. The video addresses the following standards:AERO 4.8.f- Examine the major religions of the world in terms of their beliefs, rituals and sacred texts.  AERO 6.8.c- Describe major issues involving
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Duration: 10:44

In this video lesson students will investigate the geography of Rome as well as the influence of the Greeks and Etruscans on Roman culture. This video lesson addresses the following standards:AERO 4.8.d- Explain the influence different cultural or ethnic groups living in the same society have had on
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Duration: 5:55

In this flipped video students will investigate the four great empires of Mesopotamia (Assyrian, Akkadian, Babylonian and Neo-Babylonian). Students will examine the cultural achievements of each empire was well as the reasons why empires form. The video addresses the following standards:AERO 3.8.e-
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Duration: 11:56

In this video lesson students will investigate the geography of Greece and how that geography influence the city-state governments of the peninsula. This video lesson addresses the following standards:AERO 2.8.a- Explain forces that result in world interaction.AERO 6.8.b- Explain how different types
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Duration: 7:27

In this video lesson students will investigate how the Greek city-states moved from Monarchies to Democracies. Students will examine the governmental structures of Monarchies, Oligarchies, Tyrannies and Democracies. This video lesson addresses the following standards:AERO 2.8.a- Explain forces that
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Video & Supporting Document

Duration: 9:09

In this video lesson students will investigate the city-states of Sparta and Athens. Students will examine the different economies, government and societies of these city states. This video lesson addresses the following standards:AERO 2.8.a- Explain forces that result in world interaction.AERO 6.8.
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Duration: 9:08

In this video lesson students will investigate the reasons how ROme changed from a republic to an empire. Students will specifically learn about the Punic wars Rome had with Carthage. This video lesson addresses the following standards:AERO 4.8.d- Explain the influence different cultural or ethnic g
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Duration: 6:45

In this video lesson students will investigate the reasons why Feudalism developed in Europe. Students will examine the various roles in Medieval Europe as well as how the manor system was structured. This video is part of a unit on "Europe in the Middle Ages" and address the following standards:AER
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Duration: 9:08

The Romans didn't hunt and peck through a Latin sentence, finding the verb, then identifying the subject, object, etc. And one of the difficulties students face when reading Latin is adapting to the ambiguity that reading introduces and developing a sense of expectation for what comes next and what
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Duration: 30:17

We believe in learning through making and discovery Over the course of these lessons we learn about: - How we know that extinct animals existed - How animals adapt to their environments over time - How the dodo could have survived
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Ideas I've gathered on how to create a cave and cave wall either at school or at home. This turns the excitement for learning way up and accesses more of the brain as the students can be asked to record and represent their knowledge on their cave wall (Marzano Element 12). Can be used for multiple
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Duration: 3:38

Putting yourself back in history over 2 million years ago and reminding yourself; What makes a good reader and writer? With help from Happy Habits :-) https://www.positiveimpact50.com/ Turn Your Classroom/Bedroom into a Stone Age "Caveroom" ~ Summer Reading Lesson Plan & Project http://bit.l
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Create a Story Map of the Time you Lived in a Cave http://bit.ly/2sP58Lv Writing/Social Studies Learning Objective: The student will be able to write a narrative of life in the past at varying levels of complexity (K-5). Learning Goal: The student will be able to create a story map of their chara
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Understand that the three digits of a three-digit number represent amounts of hundreds, tens, and ones Complete Lesson Plan with Formative and Summative Exit Slips *Answer Key with Explanations Included *Goes along with the story, “The Cave Child and the Dinosaur” (optional). You can get
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Easy to follow directions, using right brain drawing techniques, showing how to draw Hours Egyptian God. This video is FREE and can be streamed from my You Tube Channel: Patty Fernandez Artist It can be found in the World Art playlist. Become a Subscriber!
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Duration: 6:05

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Easy to follow directions, using right brain drawing techniques, showing how to draw Nefertiti. Visit my You Tube Channel: Patty Fernandez Artist for more FREE streaming videos that integrate the Visual Arts with all kinds of other curriculum you would teach everyday.Can't draw? No problem- Let you
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Duration: 8:44

This video introduces Kung Fu Panda and suggests a few ways to use it in the classroom. Here is the link to the supporting resource: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/China-Teaching-Buddhism-Confucianism-Taoism-Daoism-with-Kung-Fu-Panda-Mulan-341289
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