Engineering an Empire: Full 14 Episode Bundle-Video Guides in PDF Digital Format

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This bundle includes video guides and teacher keys for all 14 episodes for the widely popular History Channel's "Engineering an Empire" video series: (individual episodes available on YouTube or on DVD at History Channel or These video guides are in PDF format so the teacher may use them in TPT's digital online classroom format The guides in this bundle cover the following episodes:

  • Egypt
  • China
  • Persians
  • Carthage
  • Greece
  • Age of Alexander
  • Rome
  • Russia
  • Byzantine Empire
  • Britain
  • France
  • Aztecs
  • Mayas
  • da Vinci's World

The guides are divided into multiple sections which covers the major periods, events, and leaders of these remarkable empires. The Rome and Egypt episodes are 90 minutes, while the others are approximately 45 minutes each.

The narrative question format with fill in the blank answers span the entire videos and are designed to focus and engage the students throughout. They allow for followup discussion. Included with each episode is an answer key and time codes for starting and stopping the videos at each of the major sections. These videos and guides are excellent activity to integrate as supplemental instruction into existing units, used virtually in Google Classroom, or can be used independently as needed.

You can expect the following:

  • 90 minute episode guides for Egypt and Rome
  • 45 minute episode guides for Age of Alexander, Byzantines, Carthage, China, Greece, Persia, Russia, Britain, France, Aztecs, Mayas, and da Vinci's World.
  • Short answer narrative format
  • Teachers key included
  • MS Word format - Allows for easy teacher alteration

Please see our related products in our "History on Demand" store. There are an array of PowerPoint Presentations, guided outlines, and other activities that work extremely well with the Engineering an Empire videos to form an entire teaching unit.

These products include among others:

Ancient Egypt PowerPoint with Guided Outline

Ancient Mesopotamia PowerPoint and Outline

Ancient India PowerPoint and Outline

Ancient China PowerPoint and Outline

Ancient Greece Geography and History PowerPoint and Outline

Ancient Greece Golden Age and Alexander the Great PowerPoint and Outline

Ancient Greece Athens and Sparta PowerPoint and Outline

Ancient Rome: The Roman Republic PowerPoint and Guided Outline

Ancient Rome: The Roman Empire PowerPoint and Outline

Ancient Rome: The Rise and Spread of Christianity PowerPoint and Outline

Middle Ages in Europe- PowerPoint Outline and Video Guide

The Dark Ages Video Guide

Engineering an Empire Super 11-Episode Bundle includes: China, Persians, Carthage, Greece, Age of Alexander, Rome, Russia, Byzantine Empire, Britain, France

Engineering an Empire France- Video Guide

Engineering an Empire *Three-Bundle Special* Classical Civilizations includes Rome, Greece, Byzantines

*Individual Engineering an Empire video guides for China, Persians, Carthage, Greece, Age of Alexander, Rome, Russia, Byzantine Empire, Britain, France.

*Discounted bundles of all above PowerPoints and Outlines.

Total Pages
98 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
1 month
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Integrate quantitative or technical analysis (e.g., charts, research data) with qualitative analysis in print or digital text.
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