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Ancient Civilizations World History Curriculum Europe | Greece Rome Middle Ages

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    This Ancient Civilizations World History Curriculum Resource and Activity Bundle contains over 1,000 pages of engaging, hands-on, and interactive resources that are guaranteed to energize your ancient civilization or world history classroom. Each unit is filled with paper, in-class versions as well as engaging and interactive Google 1:1 versions that will allow students to type directly into the document. Choose the option that works best for you!

    The World History European Bundle includes four amazing units to enrich your classroom experience. The included resources are:

    Ancient Greece Unit Plan:

    ✔ 1.) The Geography of Ancient Greece Unit: Isolation, Farming, Trading, and Colonies!

    ✔ 2.) The Earliest Ancient Greeks: Analyzing the Minoans and Mycenaeans!

    ✔ 3.) Profiling a "polis" in Ancient Greece: What makes a city-state a city-state?

    ✔ 4.) The Governments of Ancient Greece: Monarchy, Oligarchy, Tyranny and Democracy!

    ✔ 5.) Myth-busting the Ancient Greek Government! Students prove or "debunk" 6 myths!

    ✔ 6.) The Persian Wars: Investigative Journalists Uncover the History!

    ✔ 7.) Athens v Sparta Compare and Contrast Lives!

    ✔ 8.) A bonus lesson where students create a recruitment poster to convince other Greeks to join either Athens or Sparta!

    ✔ 9.) Peloponnesian War Web Quest! Athens, Sparta, the Thirty Tyrants, and More!

    ✔ 10.) Navigating the culture of Ancient Greece: Students explore 10 essential areas!

    ✔ 11.) Alexander the Great: A Hero or a Villain? A common-core ready investigation!

    ✔ 12.) Ancient Greece & the Hippocratic Oath: An Analysis of the Oath in 350 BCE & 2014

    ✔ 13.) Plato, Ancient Greece, and Government: Which Government is best for Greece?

    ✔ 14.) Ancient Greece Test! 38 questions to accompany the unit from History with Mr E!

    ✔ 15.) Ancient Greece "I Can" statements and Learning Goal Log! Students track and measure their own learning! Very focused and holds students accountable!

    Ancient Rome Unit Plan:

    ✔ 1.) The Roman Struggle: Students Complete a Plebian and Patrician 7-Step Organizer!

    ✔ 2.) Rules of the Roman Republic: An overview of roles in the Roman Republic!

    ✔ 3.) The Twelve Tables: How Fair Were the Laws in the Roman Empire?

    ✔ 4.) The Roman Emperors and Their Achievements (or lack thereof)

    ✔ 5.) The Punic Wars: The Expansion of the Roman Republic!

    ✔ 6.) The Fall of Rome: A Student DBQ Investigation!

    ✔ 7.) The Mythology of Ancient Rome: Students Create God and Goddess Trading Cards!

    ✔ 8.) Daily Life in the Roman Empire: Students investigate 5 areas of Daily Life!

    ✔ 9.) Christianity in Ancient Rome: The Rise and Spread! A Student Exploration!

    ✔ 10.) Differences in Daily Life: Comparing the Ancient World to the Modern World!

    ✔ 11.) The Julius Caesar Assassination CSI Investigation! Who killed Julius Caesar?

    ✔ 12.) Understanding the difference between a Direct Democracy and a Republic!

    ✔ 13.) The 40-question Ancient Rome Unit Test is included in the Ancient Rome unit!

    ✔ 14.) - Ancient Rome "I Can" statements and learning goal log where students track and measure their own learning! Very focused and holds students accountable!

    ✔ 15.) The Expansion of the Roman Republic! Timelining the growth of Ancient Rome!

    ✔ 16.) Gladiators and their Games! Life as a Gladiator in Ancient Rome! Fun & Engaging!

    The Middle Ages Unit Plan:

    ✔ 1.) The Fall of Rome DBQ Investigation!

    ✔ 2.) Charlemagne and Social Media? Creating a "profile" for this legendary king!

    ✔ 3.) Life in the Middle Ages! Detailing European Feudalism in First Person Accounts! Life as a Serf, Knight, Lord, or King!

    ✔ 4.) In the Footsteps of a Knight in the Middle Ages! Students write short stories!

    ✔ 5.) The Catholic Church Hierarchy & the Powers of the Church! Fun Graphic Organizer!

    ✔ 6.) The Growth and Spread of the Catholic Church in the Middle Ages!

    ✔ 7.) The Crusades Unit! Explaining the What, Why, and How! The 1st Crusade, Saladin, King Richard, and More!

    ✔ 8.) The Siege of Jerusalem, 1096 CE: Common Core and the Christian Perspective!

    ✔ 9.) The Magna Carta: Students Investigate the Principles then Analyze the Document! The Birth of Our Modern Government!

    ✔ 10.) The Black Death, 1348 CE: A Bone-Chilling Investigation on the Bubonic Plague!

    ✔ 11.) Differences in Daily Life: Comparing the Ancient World to the Modern World!

    ✔ 12.) A Feudal Manor! Students examine a manor and draw conclusions about land use!

    ✔ 13.) Medieval Manners: Students attend a Middle Ages Dinner Party!

    ✔ 14.) Medieval Towns and Guilds Web Quest Lesson! Investigate Guilds & Modern Unions!

    ✔ 15.) The Middle Ages Unit Test! 30 multiple choice and 4 extended response questions!

    ✔ 16.) Middle Ages "I Can" Statements & Learning Goals! Log & Measure Medieval Goals!

    The Renaissance Unit Bundle:

    ✔ 1.) Renaissance Unit Project! A student-driven research project-Everything included!

    ✔ 2.) Renaissance Unit Guided Notes! 80+ Page PowerPoint & Notes to Teach Renaissance!

    ✔ 3.) A William Shakespeare CSI Investigation: Did William Shakespeare even exist?

    ✔ 4.) The Life & Times of King Henry VIII: Students as historians, poets, & reporters!

    ✔ 5.) Marco Polo: Can he be trusted?!

    ✔ 6.) The Age of Exploration Mini-Unit! A 6-Step Scavenger Hunt for 10 Explorers!

    ✔ 7.) Christopher Columbus: Hero or Villain? Students investigate his legacy with DBQ!

    ✔ 8.) Martin Luther Tweets His 95 Theses! The Protestant Reformation & Modern Day!

    ✔ 9.) The Renaissance Webquest: An Art Exploration! Da Vinci & Michelangelo!

    ✔ 10.) Renaissance "I Can" Statements & Learning Goals! Log & Measure Renaissance Goals


    Be sure to also check out the World History Asian Bundle here! Engage your classroom about Ancient India, China, Medieval Japan, and Islam!


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