The Great Inca Rebellion Video Notes includes a pre-viewing timeline assignment (3 questions, Video Notes (25 questions--No Key) , a forensic Experts & Evidence identification chart (4 questions) and 1 post viewing constructed response question. This assignments prompts learners to consider forensic identification and the evaluation of historical evidence used to determine historical events.
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Through a mix of crime-lab science, archeology, and history, this NOVA/National Geographic special presents new evidence that is changing what we know about the final days of the once-mighty Inca Empire. This probing story of archeological discovery begins in a cemetery crammed with skeletons that offer tantalizing clues about a fierce 16th-century battle between warriors of the collapsing Inca Empire and Spanish invaders. Now, the long-accepted account of a swift Spanish conquest of the Inca—achieved with guns, steel, and horses—is being replaced by a more complete story based on surprising new evidence, including what may be the first gunshot wound in the Americas.
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