Bundle of 3 - Ancient Civilizations - Mesopotamia - PP, Vocab & LP

Bundle of 3 - Ancient Civilizations - Mesopotamia - PP, Vocab & LP
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  1. This is a 14 slide, highly animated, power point presentation on Ancient Civilizations - Mesopotamia. Each of the slides are editable so you
  2. Unit Topic/Focus: Mesopotamia Days 9 Essential Question: What were the important achievements of Mesopotamia Civilization?
  3. This product is a vocabulary exercise, in power point format, that covers the entire unit on Ancient Civilizations – Mesopotamia. The presen
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This is a bundle of 3 highly animated, powerpoint presentations on the Ancient Civilizations – Mesopotamia – Powerpoint, Vocabulary Exercise and Lesson Plan. One product consists of a highly animated, 14 slide power point presentation on Mesopotamia. The other powerpoint presentation is a 55 slide power point presentation on Early Civilizations – Mesopotamia - Vocabulary Exercise and the other consists of a 5-page Lesson Plan on Early Civilizations – Mesopotamia. The total number of slides and Lesson Plan pages is 65. The powerpoints are highly editable so you can change them or reorder the slides to fit your individual needs.

Powerpoint #1 is entitled, Ancient Civilizations - Mesopotamia and contains 14 slides and covers the following:

Historically the first great civilizations all grew up in river valleys. The oldest, 3500 to 2000 B.C.E., was Mesopotamia, between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers in the Middle East. Mesopotamia means "between the rivers.” It has also been called “the cradle of civilization.”

Early Mesopotamian society was a society of villages and cities linked together in a system of mutual interdependence. Cities depended on villages to produce surplus food to feed the non-producing urban elite and craftsmen. In return, the cities provided the villages with military protection, markets, and specialist produced goods. A city and its agricultural hinterland formed what is called a “city-state.” Eventually some of the city-states became powerful enough to absorb others and thus create larger territorial states.

Hammurabi known for the Law Code associated with his name, which provides a source of information about Old Babylonian law, punishments, and society. Other technologies developed by the Mesopotamians included irrigation, transportation technologies (boats, barges, and the use of donkeys), bronze metallurgy, brick-making, engineering, and pottery, including the use of the potter’s wheel.

Mesopotamian Civilization
Introduction
Map of Mesopotamia
Landscape
The People
Temples & Palaces
Territorial States
Trade
Roles in Society
Religion
Writing & Numbering
Other Advances
End of Presentation

Powerpoint #2 is entitled, Ancient Civilizations - Mesopotamia - Vocabulary Exercise and contains 55 slides and covers the following:

The presentation covers 50 vocabulary words on Early Civilizations. The students are provided a list of the 50 vocabulary words within the presentation. Each vocabulary word is presented on a separate slide and contains the vocabulary word and its common definition.

The assignment for students is to review each of the 50 vocabulary words listed below and to understand what they mean and how they became part of our vocabulary today. Sometimes vocabulary reviews can be a little stiff, so I have highly animated each of the 55 slides.

Abraham
Agriculture
Alliance
Artisan
Astronomer
Bronze Age
Caravan
City-state
Code
Communicate
Complex
Consist
Constant
Construct
Cuneiform
Cyrus
Domesticate
Economy
Embrace
Empire
Epic
Euphrates River
Gilgamesh
Hammurabi
Hammurabi’s Code
Irrigation
Labor
Locate
Mesopotamia
Military
Monarchy
Nebuchadnezzar
Neolithic Age
Nile River (Valley)
Nomads
Parallel
Polytheism
Province
Region Scribe
Shrine
Silt
Social class
Specialization
Surplus
Systematic
Technology
Tigris River
Tribute
Urbanization
Ziggurat

Good luck and have fun with the presentation!

Product 3 is a Unit Lesson Plan and features Mesopotamia:
Days 9

Essential Question:
What were the important achievements of Mesopotamia Civilization?

Benchmarks:
SS6 W 2.7 Summarize the important achievements of Mesopotamia Civilization.
SS.6 W 2.4 Compare the economic, political, social, and religious institutions of ancient river civilizations.
SS.6 G 2.3 Analyze the relationship of physical geography to the development of ancient river valley civilizations.

Resources:
McGraw-Hill textbook Discovering Our Past: A History of the World
DBQ Hammurabi’s Code
file:///C:/Users/Owner/Downloads/DBQ.6.HammurabisCode.Student.pdf

• 9 Day Unit Lesson Plan “Mesopotamia”
• Daily Warm-Ups
• Vocabulary
• Marzano Learning Goal Evidence Based Scale including Learning Targets
• Marzano Design Questions and Elements given for each daily lesson
• Tasks with recommended URL's
• Cooperative and Collaborative learning exercises

The is one of many bundles presentations I offer in my store on .... Ancient Civilizations.
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