This resource has three parts:
1) A secondary source-based look at Alexander the Great's death (three conflicting accounts verbatim) with follow-up questions which require analysis and interpretation of the sources.
2) A short quiz which requires students to put ten key events from Alexander's life in time sequence order. Answers provided.
3) A project where a class booklet is produced on seventeen different aspects of Alexander's life and the key events in it. Each student works on a different page of the booklet to help create the whole.
I highly recommend the Michael Wood documentary: "In the Footsteps of Alexander the Great" as a resource to accompany/complement this material.
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