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Inca Unit: Nine Projects and Activities

Inca Unit: Nine Projects and Activities
Inca Unit: Nine Projects and Activities
Inca Unit: Nine Projects and Activities
Inca Unit: Nine Projects and Activities
Inca Unit: Nine Projects and Activities
Inca Unit: Nine Projects and Activities
Inca Unit: Nine Projects and Activities
Inca Unit: Nine Projects and Activities
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Students will have the opportunity to create a timeline, skit, role-play, advertisement, commercial, persuasive paragraphs and more!

Timeline of Inca History
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Timelines are an important tool to visualize major events in history. Your students will create a timeline of major events that occurred in the history of the Incas, beginning in 1200. The product includes an explanation, list of requirements, rough draft chart, four comprehension critical-thinking questions, a rubric and an answer key, along with a timeline template.

Battle of Cuzco Skit
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Students will take on the role of various historical figures to reenact the battle, which transformed Cuzco from a quiet town into a major capital of a new empire. The product includes background information, a planning page about the historical people involved, requirements, and a rubric.

Role-Play: Terms of Conquest
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The Inca Emperor hired your students to help him successfully expand and manage his empire. The task of your students is to create a Terms of Conquest which should allow the empire to become the most powerful and well-managed empire in the world. The product includes thirteen interesting, engaging and thought-provoking questions that allow students to create an effective and realistic Terms of Conquest.

3. Inca Primary Source Activities
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rimary sources are a fabulous way to get students interested in and excited about history! This primary source focuses on events and conversations leading up to the death of Pachacuti, the first emperor of the great Inca Empire. The product includes the primary source document, comprehension and analysis questions, a rubric and an answer key.

Inca Empire Real Estate Ad or Commercial
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Your students will assume the role of a real estate agent who lives in the Inca Empire in the early 1500s. Your students' task is to persuade potential homebuyers to move to the Inca Empire by creating a commercial that would be viewed on TV or an advertisement that would be found in a magazine or newspaper. The product includes an introduction, five requirements, five advertising strategies, a list of suggested topics and two rubrics.

Persuasive Writing: Evaluate the Inca Empire
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Students will evaluate the effectiveness of the Inca government by creating a report card. The report card will contain a letter grade and a corresponding paragraph describing the performance of the Inca government on several categories. The product includes an introduction, directions, requirements, sample topic and concluding sentences, a rubric, a brainstorm web, and a writing graphic organizer.

Design the Book Jacket of Emperor Atahualpa’s Biography
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Your students are going to design the book jacket of Atahualpa's biography. Atahualpa was the last emperor of the Incas before the Spanish conquest. A book jacket includes the front cover, spine and back cover of the book. The product includes an explanation, a list of specific requirements, topics and a rubric, along with a book jacket template.

Causes and Effects of the Spanish Conquest: Task Cards
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Task cards are much more exciting than worksheets and are a wonderful teaching tool! This set of task cards contains twelve questions that will allow your students to think critically about the reasons, causes, and effects of the Spanish conquest of the Incas. The product includes 12 task cards, student recording sheet and an answer key.

Spanish Conquest Inbox and Emails Project
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Pretend that Incas were so technologically advanced for their time, they they had email! Students can choose to be Francisco Pizarro (Spanish conquistador) or Atahualpa (Inca emperor). Students will create the inbox and emails of the chosen historical figure. The product includes guidelines, instructions, a sample, a student reflection and a rubric, along with an email template and an inbox template.

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Total Pages
48 pages
Answer Key
Included with rubric
Teaching Duration
1 month
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