Ancient World History Interactive Notebook and Graphic Organizers Bundle

Ancient World History Interactive Notebook and Graphic Organizers Bundle
Ancient World History Interactive Notebook and Graphic Organizers Bundle
Ancient World History Interactive Notebook and Graphic Organizers Bundle
Ancient World History Interactive Notebook and Graphic Organizers Bundle
Ancient World History Interactive Notebook and Graphic Organizers Bundle
Ancient World History Interactive Notebook and Graphic Organizers Bundle
Ancient World History Interactive Notebook and Graphic Organizers Bundle
Ancient World History Interactive Notebook and Graphic Organizers Bundle
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This interactive notebook bundle includes everything you need to teach about ancient world history (Egypt, Mesopotamia, China, India, Greece, and Rome).

The organizers in this resource can be used on their own, or as a supplement to student notes. Interactive notebooks are a great tool to keep students organized and engaged in the lesson!

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In this resource you will find...
101 graphic organizers with text on them, and others left blank for your own customization
15 maps are also included
31 pages of thorough suggested answers that you are free to use with these graphic organizers and flippables.
Previews of each page in action for you or your students to reference.
• A cover page and table of contents for each notebook is also included.

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Ancient Rome Interactive Notebooks
1. Key vocabulary - barbarian, circus, dictator, dynasty, emperor, forum, fresco, Gaul, gladiator, paterfamilias, toga, pax romana
2. Overview of Roman History - early Rome, Roman Republic, Roman Empire, fall of Rome
3. Founding myth - Romulus and Remus, growing up, new city, Remus killed
4. Early Rome - name, settlement of Italy, Roman kings, the Senate
5. Roman Republic - constitution, consuls, senators, Plebeian Council, tribunes, governors, Aedile, censor
6. The Punic Wars - first, second, and third punic wars
7. Shift from Republic to Empire - first triumvirate, second triumvirate, Julius Caesar, Octavian
8. Roman Empire - Julio-Claudian Dynasty, Flavian Dynasty, Nerva-Antonine Dynasty, Severan Dynasty
9. Roman Empire in England - Invasion of Britain, conquer, Hadrian's Wall, end of Roman Rule, lasting effects
10. Fall of Rome - gradual decline, split in two, Rome sacked, Rome falls
11. Roman Society - class structure, family, education
12. Slaves - number, becoming a slave, work, treatment, freedom
13. Roman Senate - appointment, requirements, privileges, decrees
14. Roman law - who made the laws, who enforced the laws, constitution, law of the twelve tables, punishments, legacy
15. Roman army - organization, soldiers, armor, weapons
16. Roman culture - language, art, literature, music
17. Roman mythology - Jupiter, Juno, Mars, Mercury, Neptune, Venus, Apollo, Diana, Minerva, Ceres, Vulcan, Bacchus
18. Roman engineering - the Colosseum, Roman baths, roads, aqueducts, bridges
19. Famous people - Augustus, Julius Caesar, Cicero, Constantine, Gaius Marius, Nero, Spartacus, Trajan

Ancient Greece Interactive Notebook
1. Key vocabulary - polis, hoplite, democracy, diarchy, ephors, phalanx, Delian League, Peloponnesian League, myth, oligarchy, drama, home
2. Minoans and Mycenaeans - Minoans, Mycenaeans, conquer, Greek dark ages
3. Overview of Greek history - Archaic, Classical, Hellenistic, Roman periods
4. Athens - name, the Agora, the Acropolis, Pericles
5. Sparta - the army, Spartan boys, social classes, Spartan girls
6. The Persian Wars - the Persian empire, cause, first invasion, battle of Marathon, second invasion, battle of Thermopylae, battle of Salamis
7. The Peloponnesian War - cause, the first war, peace, the second war, peace
8. Decline and fall of the Greek Empire - Alexander the Great, division in Greece, decline, battle of Corinth
9. Culture - art, architecture, drama
10. The Greek Alphabet - chart
11. Daily Life - homes, food, clothing, women
12. Greek Mythology - the Titans, the Olympians, monsters, the Iliad, Odyssey
13. Olympian Gods - Zeus, Poseidon, Hades, Hera, Apollo, Artemis, Hermes, Athena, Ares, Aphrodite, Hephaestus, Demeter, Persephone, Dionysus
14. Famous Greek people - Alexander the Great, Archimedes, Aristotle, Plato, Pericles, Socrates, Hercules, Achilles

Ancient India Interactive Notebook
1. Key vocabulary - subcontinent, monsoon, Aryan, Himalayas, Hindu Kush, citadel, Sanskrit, caste system, guru, sutee, stupa, atman
2. Geography - the Indus River
3. The Indus Valley Civilization - discovery, geography, mehrgarh, technology, art
4. Harappa - history, discovery, culture, economy
5. Mohenjo Darro - history, discovery, architecture, artifacts
6. The Vedic period - rigveda, origins, early Vedic period, later Vedic period, political organization, religion
7. Second Urbanisation - Mahajanapada, Magadha Dynasties, Persian and Greek conquests
8. The Maurya Empire - Chandragupta Maurya, conquest of Magadha, Ashoka, organization, decline
9. The Gupta Empire - Chandragupta I, Samudraguprta, Chandragupta II,decline
10. The Middle Kingdoms (classical period) - early classical period, classical period, late classical period
11. Hinduism - beliefs (dharma, artha, samsara, karma, moksha) and the Trimurti (Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva)
12. Buddhism - life of the Buddha, and Buddhist concepts (dukkha, samsara, rebirth, karma, nirvana)
13. Jainism - 5 vows of Jainism (ahimsa, satya, asteya, brahmacharya, apirigraha)
14. Varnas (castes) - brahmins, kshatriyas, vaishyas, shudras, untouchables)
15. Culture - art, architecture, music, literature

Ancient China Interactive Notebook
1. Key vocabulary - mandate of heaven, aging dynasty, feudal system, loess, calligraphy, dynastic cycle, the Analects, filial piety, alchemy, acupuncture, cultural diffusion, three ways
2. Geography - Yellow & Yangtze Rivers
3. The Gobi and Taklamakan Deserts - image and information
4. The Himalaya Mountains - image and information
5. The Chinese Dynasties - Xia, Shang, Zhou, Qin, Han, Six Dynasties, Sui, Tang, Song, Yuan, Ming, Qing
6. The Xia Dynasty - history, government, culture, debate
7. The Shang Dynasty - history, government, writing, oracle bones
8. The Zhou Dynasty - history, government, religion, western vs. eastern Zhou
9. Decentralization and War - the Spring & Autumn Period and the Warring States Period
10. The Qin Dynasty - history, government, economy, architecture
11. The Silk Road - image and information
12. The Great Wall of China - image and information
13. The Terracotta Army - the tomb, the soldiers, discovery
14. Ancient Chinese Inventions - silk, paper, printing, gunpowder, the compass, the umbrella, porcelain, the wheelbarrow
15. Daily life in Ancient China - work, family life, women, education
16. Chinese religion - Taoism, Confucianism, Buddhism
17. The Chinese calendar - rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, rooster, dog, pig

Mesopotamia Interactive Notebook
1. Key vocabulary - aqueduct, chariot, city-state, civilization, empire, Fertile Crescent, irrigation, Mesopotamia, scribe, shekel, stylus, siege weapons
2. Geography - Tigris & Euphrates Rivers
3. Sumer - city states, architecture, culture, military, technology, language and writing
4. The Akkadian Empire - history, Sargon the Great, religion, Naram-Sin
5. The Babylonian Empire - rise of the Babylonians, Babylon, code of Hammurabi, fall of Babylon, Neo-Babylonian Empire
6. The Assyrian Empire - rise to power, second rise to power, the Neo-Assyrian Empire, the library at Nineveh
7. The Persian Empire - culture, religion, government, fall of the empire
8. Major cities in Mesopotamia - Uruk, Assur, Akkad, Babylon, Nineveh, Nimrud, Persepolis
9. The Ziggurats
10. Social structure - high class, middle class, low class
11. Cuneiform
12. Inventions - the wheel, technology, astronomy, math
13. Mesopotamian religion (gods) - Tiamat, Ishtar, Enki, Apsu, Marouk, Anu, Gilgamesh, Inanna, Ereshkigal, Kingu
14. The Epic of Gilgamesh - author, first half, second half
15. The Code of Hammurabi - versions, law groupings, example
16. Famous Mesopotamian Rulers - Gilgamesh, Sargon the Great, Naram-Sin, Hammurabi, Naboplassar, Nebuchadnezzar II, Shamshi-Adad I, Sennacherib, Ashurbanipal, Cyrus the Great, Darius I, Xerxes I

Ancient Egypt Interactive Notebook
1. Key vocabulary - afterlife, amulet, ankh, Book of the Dead, dynasty, Giza, inundation, obelisk, papyrus, Rosetta Stone, senet, and vizier
2. The Old Kingdom (3050-2686 BCE) - government, pyramids, end of the Old Kingdom, First Intermediate Period
3. The Middle Kingdom (1975-1640 BCE) - city of Thebes, height, art, end of the Middle Kingdom, Second Intermediate Period
4. The New Kingdom (1570-1075 BCE) - conquest of land, temples, valley of the kings, end of the New Kingdom, Third Intermediate Period
5. The Late Period (653-332 BCE) - Egypt united, Persians in Egypt, Alexander the Great
6. The Ptolemaic Period (332-30 BCE) - the Ptolemies, culture, cities, Cleopatra
7. Roman rule - Roman rule, social structure, economy, Islamic conquest
8. Map of Ancient Egypt
9. Egyptian society - hierarchy
10. Daily life - clothing, homes, food
11. The Nile River - fertile land, flooding, seasons, transportation
12. Hieroglyphics - chart
13. Famous Egyptian pharaohs - Sneferu, Khufu, Amenhotep III, Akhenaten, Tutankhamun
14. 13 Egyptian gods - Bast, Anubis, Ra, Amun, Hathor, Geb,Sekhmet, Horus, Khnum, Shu, Osiris, Sobek, Thoth
15. Egyptian mummies - what are mummies, who was mummified, why mummify, why leave the heart, canopic jars
16. Steps to mummification - 7 steps
17. The pyramids - step pyramids, later pyramids, how they were built, what's inside
18. 6 famous pyramids - Step Pryamid of Djoser, Great Pyramid of Giza, Bent Pyramid, Red Pyramid, Pyramid of Khafre, White Pyramid
19. The Valley of the Kings - number of tombs, fate, tomb of Tutankhamen
20. The Great Sphinx of Giza - the Great Sphinx, size, the nose

Please view each product for an in-depth look at what is included in this resource!

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