Ancient Egypt Bundle

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    The Bronze Age Collapse


    Buy all seven Ancient Egypt presentations and save. These dynamic presentations from the pre-dynastic period to the end of the New Kingdom provide visuals, video links, guided notes, and reflection questions to keep your students engaged for the entire lesson.

    Two versions of each lesson!

    The first is a Presentation - PowerPoint/Google Slides - for those teachers who know the topic and want to guide their students through the material. There are links to Youtube and Vimeo in the presentations. Links are checked weekly and updated when necessary. There are handouts for note taking along with reflection questions included with this presentation.

    The second version consists of the information and images on worksheets that the students can read through at their own pace. This is best done if laptops or tablets are available for the class or for online learning. This version comes with more indepth questions that the students can work through at their own pace.

    Google App Links are on the Teacher Instructions Sheet!

    Lesson 1: The Unification of Egypt

    The unification of Egypt began the rise of one of the longest lasting civilizations in history. Based on the Nile river and with an abundance of natural resources, Egypt was destined to be a unique and stable society.

    This presentation examines the following topics:

    ♦ Geography of Egypt

    ♦ The First Egyptians

    ♦ Natural Protection of the Region

    ♦ The Unification of Egypt

    ♦ The Narmer Palette

    Lesson 2: Egypt the Old Kingdom

    The Old Kingdom of Egypt was the age of the Pyramids. This society, so wealthy and secure, was able to build wonders that stand the test of time. It produced the world's first genius, Imhotep, and began the tradition of the god-king known as the pharaoh.

    Topics covered in this presentation include:

    ♦ The Nature of the Pharaoh

    ♦ Government of the Old Kingdom

    ♦ Society of the time

    ♦ Religion

    ♦ Construction & Significance of the Pyramids

    ♦ The Genius of Imhotep

    ♦ The End of the Old Kingdom

    Lesson 3: Egyptian Gods and Religion

    The Egyptian's connection with death and resurrection was central to their worldview. Their spiritual beliefs were shaped by their natural world and provided guidance to their lives.

    Topics covered in this lesson include:

    ♦ The Nature of Egyptian Religion

    ♦ The Different Gods and Goddesses

    ♦ Egyptian Priests

    ♦ The Book of the Dead

    ♦ The Egyptian Afterlife

    ♦ Mummification

    ♦ The Impact of Religion on Egyptian Society

    Lesson 4: Ancient Egyptian Society

    Life in Egypt remained relatively unchanged for hundreds and thousands of years. Family was crucial important as was their religion. From this resource blessed region developed one of the greatest societies of the ancient world.

    Topics covered in this presentation include:

    ♦ The Role of the Pharaoh

    ♦ Government and Power

    ♦ The Army

    ♦ Trade and Diplomacy

    ♦ Temple Life

    ♦ The Family Structure

    ♦ Education

    ♦ Farming Life and Egyptian Jobs

    ♦ Hieroglyphic and Hieratic Script

    ♦ Medicine and Magic

    Lesson 5: Ancient Egypt: The New Kingdom Part 1 - Rise of an Empire

    The New Kingdom of Egypt produced some of the most remarkable monuments and pharaohs in history. Egypt expanded past its traditional borders and dominated the Bronze-Age World.

    Topics covered in this presentation include:

    ♦ The Hyksos

    ♦ Ahmose I

    ♦ Hatshepsut

    ♦ Thusmose III

    ♦ Battle of Megiddo

    Lesson 6: Ancient Egypt: The New Kingdom Part 2 - Religious Revolution

    Topics covered in this lesson include:

    ♦ Amenhotep III

    ♦ Amarna Letters

    ♦ Akhenaten's Religious Revolution

    ♦ The Aten

    ♦ King Tut

    Lesson 7: Ancient Egypt: The New Kingdom Part 3 - End of an Era

    Topics covered in this presentation include:

    ♦ Ramesses The Great

    ♦ The Bronze Age Collapse

    ♦ The Sea People

    ♦ Fall of the Egyptian Empire

    Check out my other Ancient History Bundles!

    Ancient Mesopotamia Bundle

    Ancient Greece Bundle

    Ancient Rome Bundle

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    Total Pages
    212 pages
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    Teaching Duration
    1 Week
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