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Grade 7 History - Ancient Societies Legacies

Grade 7 History - Ancient Societies Legacies
Grade 7 History - Ancient Societies Legacies
Grade 7 History - Ancient Societies Legacies
Grade 7 History - Ancient Societies Legacies
Grade 7 History - Ancient Societies Legacies
Grade 7 History - Ancient Societies Legacies
Grade 7 History - Ancient Societies Legacies
Grade 7 History - Ancient Societies Legacies
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THE LEGACIES OF ANCIENT SOCIETIES

This unit is best to be conducted in the 1st term and can be extended or reduced to cover 1-2 weeks.
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HISTORICAL KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING
◊ Overview content for the ancient world (Egypt, Mesopotamia, Persia, Greece, Rome, India, China and the Maya) includes the following:
◊ Key features of ancient societies (farming, trade, social classes, religion, rule of law).

HISTORICAL SKILLS
◊ Use historical terms and concepts.
◊ Identify and locate relevant sources, using ICT and other methods.
◊ Develop texts, particularly descriptions and explanations that use evidence from a range of sources that are acknowledged.
◊ Use a range of communication forms (oral, graphic, written) and digital technologies.


MAJOR TEACHING AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES
Discuss with students how each of these has influenced their own lifestyle and culture as a result of thousands of years of trial and error, evolution and revolution.
◊ People used natural materials to make tools.
◊ People moved from place to place in response to change.
◊ People decorated their cave walls with paintings.
◊ People settled in one place and built cities, usually next to rivers.
◊ People believed that some places have special significance.
◊ People developed special rituals surrounding death.
◊ People developed forms of writing to pass on information.
◊ People specialised in certain activities with fewer people involved in food production.
◊ People developed forms of jewellery from metal.
◊ People developed systems of belief, which became religions.
◊ Laws were developed, along with punishments for breaking them.


Based on Australian Curriculum, however is transferable to American Common Core State Standards.

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This package has a full teaching guide, student activities, worksheets and projects, assessments, teacher answers, in class presentation and much more.

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√ 38 pages of teaching content, assessments and activities
√ Grade 7 History Course Planner
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65 pages
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Teaching Duration
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