Buy in bulk and SAVE with hundreds of activities, notes and Common Core lessons!!! This file bundle includes semester TWO of the Medieval World history curriculum, packed with rigor,versatility and fun!
CONTENT– The content in the bundle is organized with the key "big idea" Common Core concepts for Social Studies in mind. The concepts covered are:
· Government /Leadership
· Social Classes
Through teaching with key concepts as a filter, students will become familiar with the crucial attributes that have enabled civilizations to prosper. A foundation of key “big idea” concepts will guide students and class instruction with a platform to think critically, and make comparisons as young social scientists. The bundle includes notes, activities and Common Core Literacy and Writing lessons for:
1. Feudal Europe
2. The Protestant Reformation
3. The Renaissance
4. The Scientific Revolution
5. The Enlightenment
6. The Americas: Aztec, Maya and Inca
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Each unit is divided into 3 parts:
I. CONTENT INSTRUCTION-The content instructional materials are both student centered and teacher driven depending on teacher preference. A set of printable notes with graphic organizers and a PowerPoint with a graphic organizer will be included in each unit. Also, primary source and close note readings are included. Each unit includes both geography and vocabulary lesson sets with instructional tools, activities and review games.
II. ACTIVITIES- This bundle includes hundreds of current, engaging and interactive activities that have students process information and support claims with evidence. Each bundle has a Common Core writing component.
1.A Storyboard Assignment
2.Key Term Matching/Categorizing Printable with the "big Idea" key concepts for Social Studies.
3. Review games and worksheets are included
1. Each unit has a multiple choice Common Core Test in both PDF and WORD for editing.
2. Each unit has a academic and content vocabulary quiz
3. Many of the units have DBQ assessments and varied projects
This packet is not just a random selection of readings with unclear outcome expectations. Students will build a framework for future learning with concepts that will be repeated throughout their academic careers! Have a great unit!