This is a stations activity lesson that focuses on Genghis Khan and Kublai Khan and their roles in building the Mongol Empire. Includes 6 stations, each passage with an image or images, a worksheet in which students answer questions about each
This is an animated and highly visual PowerPoint presentation that discusses the origins of Islam, including its shared beliefs with Judaism and Christianity. You can find a worksheet that goes along with this PowerPoint in my store.
This is an animated PowerPoint that covers the achievements of the Tang and Song Dynasties in China, with a focus on Empress Wu. Students can follow along using guided notes worksheet (you can find it in my store), filling in key terms which appear
This is a twitter conversation template for the Pope Gregory VII vs. Henry IV conflict of the Middle Ages. Students show understanding of the conflict by writing fake twitter posts between the two figures. The file includes a blank copy for students
An easy way for students to record who's who in the Protestant Reformation! These interactive notebook page flaps with images of important people of the Reformation serve as a fun way for students to record notes as well as review information!
This is a guided notes worksheet that follows an animated PowerPoint presentation covering the achievements of the Tang and Song Dynasties in China, with a focus on Empress Wu. It is great for an introduction or a brief overview of the topic.
These are directions for a student assignment that works well as a follow-up activity for my Mongol Empire Stations (you can find it in my store). This assignment can be done within 5 minutes, or it can be extended to fit your creative needs.