How did the Incas establish a successful civilization?

How did the Incas establish a successful civilization?
How did the Incas establish a successful civilization?
How did the Incas establish a successful civilization?
How did the Incas establish a successful civilization?
How did the Incas establish a successful civilization?
How did the Incas establish a successful civilization?
How did the Incas establish a successful civilization?
How did the Incas establish a successful civilization?
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*This package contains a handout (in four formats: Apple Pages, Word, PDF, and Google Doc) and a PowerPoint (also available as an Apple Keynote).

*You may edit the Word Doc to meet your students’ needs.

*You may copy+paste and/or adapt the following information into your lesson plans.

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*To use the Google Doc, you must click the link provided, hit ‘file’, then ‘make a copy’ so you can save it to your own Google Drive and then edit as needed.

GLOBAL 9, UNIT 6

THE PRE-COLUMBIAN ERA and the AGE OF EXPLORATION

LESSON 6

AIM: How did the Incas establish a successful civilization?

  • ACTIVITY 1 -- IMAGE ANALYSIS: Students will analyze an image of mountains of Peru and Machu Picchu to determine how the Inca adapted to their mountainous terrain.
  • ACTIVITY 2 -- VIDEO: Students will analyze a video to understand why the Incas built Macchu Picchu and how they innovated with terraced farming to adapt to their geography. *LINK IS PROVIDED* -- in my district, YouTube is enabled. Check to make sure that YouTube is enabled in your district prior to purchase. If not, substitute for a video of your choice. Word Doc is provided for editing.
  • ACTIVITY 3 -- TEXT ANALYSIS: Students will analyze a text to identify how the Incas expanded their empire, then how they consolidated and maintained power. Students will compare the structure of the Inca Empire to that of the Aztec and Maya civilizations.
  • ACTIVITY 4-- DOCUMENT ANALYSIS: Students will three innovations of the Inca civilization: terrace farming, quipu, and chuñu.
  • ACTIVITY 5-- ASSESSMENT: Students will choose one of two options to complete on looseleaf for a grade.

  • ASSESSMENT: Students may complete the CRQ for assessment, or answer the AIM using the R.A.C.E.R. format (FREE Download Here).
  • ADDITIONAL RESOURCE INCLUDED: PowerPoint with photos of Incan artifacts.
  • ADDITIONAL RESOURCE: ACTIVITY 6 -- CRQ: Students will complete a CRQ in which they have to compare two documents comparing the Roman road system to the Inca road system.

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GLOBAL HISTORY: How was French society unequal in 1789? (French Revolution: The Estates System)

GLOBAL HISTORY: Imperialism Primary Source/CRQ Sets

US HISTORY: How did the Dred Scott case affect African-Americans in 1857?

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CHECK OUT EVERYTHING INCLUDED IN THE GLOBAL/WORLD HISTORY 9 CURRICULUM:

UNIT 1: EARLY CIVILIZATIONS

Lesson 1: Where did humans originate? Why did Neanderthals go extinct?

Lesson 2: How did hunter-gatherers survive in the Paleolithic Era?

Lesson 3: How was the Neolithic Revolution a turning point for early humans?

Lesson 4: How did geography influence the development of early civilizations?

Lesson 5: How did Sumerians innovate to advance Mesopotamian civilization?

Lesson 6: How does Hammurabi's Code still influence how we create and enforce laws?

Lesson 7: Why did civilization begin in Ancient Egypt?

Lesson 8: Why did the Egyptians mummify their dead?

Lesson 9: What are the historical and geographic contexts for the founding of Judaism?

Lesson 10: What are the main beliefs of Judaism?

UNIT 2A: ANCIENT INDIA AND CHINA

Lesson 1: What is cultural diffusion? How does trade lead to cultural diffusion?

Lesson 2: How did civilization develop in the Indus River Valley?

Lesson 3: What are the major beliefs of Hinduism?

Lesson 4: How did Buddhism begin?

Lesson 5: What are the main beliefs of Buddhism?

Lesson 6: How did Ashoka’s victory at Kalinga change the way he ruled the Mauryan Empire?

Lesson 7: How did the achievements of the Gupta Empire lead to the Golden Age of India?

Lesson 8: How did geography influence the development of civilization in Ancient China?

Lesson 9: How did Qin Shi Huangdi become the first emperor of China?

Lesson 10: How did Qin Shi Huangdi rule China? What do artifacts reveal about his reign?

Lesson 11: What are the ideas and beliefs of Daoism?

Lesson 12: What are the ideas and beliefs of Confucianism?

Lesson 13: How did the Han Golden Age impact Ancient China and the rest of the world?

UNIT 2B: ANCIENT GREECE AND ROME

Lesson 1: How did geography influence the development of civilization in Ancient Greece?

Lesson 2: How were Athens and Sparta different?

Lesson 3: How did the Golden Age of Athens impact Greek civilization?

Lesson 4: How did ancient Greek philosophers influence the way people view the world?

Lesson 5: How did Hellenism emerge from the conquests of Alexander the Great?

Lesson 6: Was Alexander the Great a hero or a villain?

Lesson 7: How did mythology and geography contribute to the development of Rome?

Lesson 8: How did the Roman Republic gain, consolidate, and maintain power?

Lesson 9: How was society and government structured in the Roman Republic?

Lesson 10: Why did the Roman Republic enforce the Twelve Tables?

Lesson 11: Why was Julius Caesar assassinated?

Lesson 12: How did life in the Roman Empire flourish during the Pax Romana?

Lesson 13: Who was Jesus of Nazareth? How did Christianity begin?

Lesson 14: What are the main ideas and beliefs of Christianity?

UNIT 3: THE MIDDLE AGES

Lesson 1: Why did the Roman Empire collapse? How did Europe change after the Fall of Rome?

Lesson 2: How did Charlemagne’s rule affect the spread of Christianity in Western Europe?

Lesson 3: What is feudalism? How did feudalism affect life in Western Europe?

Lesson 4: How did Japanese feudalism compare to European feudalism?

Lesson 5: How did geography affect the development of the Byzantine Empire?

Lesson 6: How did Justinian and Theodora rule the Byzantine Empire?

Lesson 7: How did Islam begin? What are the major ideas and beliefs of Islam?

Lesson 8: How did the Umayyad Caliphate use cultural diffusion to spread Islam?

Lesson 9: How did the Abbasid Golden Age impact both Islamic culture and the modern world?

Lesson 10: How did Mansa Musa use his wealth to spread Islam in West Africa?

Lesson 11: How did the Tang and Song Dynasties impact Chinese culture and innovation?

Lesson 12: How did Genghis Khan build the Mongol Empire?

Lesson 13: How did the Pax Mongolica affect future societies?

UNIT 4: MEDIEVAL CONFLICTS AND CULTURAL EXPANSIONS

Lesson 1: Why was the Norman Conquest of England a turning point for Christianity?

Lesson 2: How did the Magna Carta affect the absolute power of English kings?

Lesson 3: Why did European knights fight in the Crusades?

Lesson 4: How were the Crusades a turning point for Europe and the Islamic world?

Lesson 5: How did Joan of Arc challenge the role of women in Medieval Europe?

Lesson 6: How did the Black Death affect Europe after the Crusades?

Lesson 7: Where was the Ottoman Empire? How did the Ottoman Empire rise to power?

Lesson 8: How did the rule of Suleiman the Magnificent impact the Ottoman Empire?

Lesson 9: How did the Ming Dynasty eliminate Mongol rule and consolidate power?

UNIT 5: THE RENAISSANCE

Lesson 1: Why did the Renaissance begin? How was it different from the Middle Ages?

Lesson 2: How was the Renaissance a turning point for the way Europeans thought?

Lesson 3: How did humanism influence artistic expression during the Renaissance?

Lesson 4: How does someone become a Renaissance Man or Woman?

Lesson 5: How did Niccolò Machiavelli influence modern political thought?

Lesson 6: Why was the invention of the printing press considered a turning point?

Lesson 7: Why did Martin Luther’s Ninety-five Theses start the Protestant Revolution?

Lesson 8: Why did King Henry VIII break with the Roman Catholic Church?

Lesson 9: How did Elizabeth I stabilize England after centuries of political turmoil?

Lesson 10: What was the Inquisition? How did the Spanish Inquisition affect people?

Lesson 11: What was the Age of Absolutism? Why did Louis XIV use absolutism to rule France?

UNIT 6: THE PRE-COLUMBIAN ERA AND THE AGE OF EXPLORATION

Lesson 1: What was the Pre-Columbian Era?

Lesson 2: Who were the Olmecs? Does the “New World” have an ancient history?

Lesson 3: What were the main achievements of the Maya civilization?

Lesson 4: What was the Aztec Empire? How did the Aztecs innovate to build their empire?

Lesson 5: Why did the Aztecs practice human sacrifice?

Lesson 6: How did the Incas establish a successful civilization?

Film Aide: The Emperor's New Groove: Movie Questions

Lesson 7: Age of Exploration: Why did Europe want to explore the world in the late 1400s?

Lesson 8: Why were Spain and Portugal able to lead the way in the Age of Exploration?

Lesson 9: How did the Columbian Exchange impact Europe and the Americas?

Lesson 10: Was Christopher Columbus a hero or a villain?

FOR GLOBAL/WORLD HISTORY 10, CLICK HERE!

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