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This is an interactive activity in the form of a "Choose your own adventure", in which students assume the role of a Germanic Pagan and explore the consequences resulting from Charlemagne's ultimatum. This can be used as a warm-up or transitional
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Student handout that goes along in chronological order with the History channel program titled, "Dark Ages". Answer key included as preview file.
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This is a common core approach to the beliefs of Buddhism. This lesson is designed to be used first as an introduction to Eastern Philosophy, specifically the Four Noble Truths of Buddhism. Students go through a reading and then take sides as to
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This is a creative role-playing simulation somewhat similar to the game "Telephone" where students learn about oral history and African Griots. Students are put into "clans" and are then given a specific role to fill. They then analyze African
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This engaging and interactive "Choose Your Own Adventure" PPT highlights the famous conflict between the Pope and the Holy Roman Emperor. Students play the role of Henry and choose how to respond to the Pope's actions, including his declaration of
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These are directions to a project that could be given during the unit on Mesoamerica. Students are asked to make a tri-fold travel brochure advertising each of the three civilizations: Maya. Inca, and Aztec. Students are asked to pretend the
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This activity starts with students reading a few paragraphs about Roman Law, followed by some critical thinking questions. In the second section students have fun determining whether some listed laws are in fact real Roman laws or fictional ones.
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This is an engaging simulation where the class is divided into the “old” and “new” worlds. Each student is assigned a specific animal, plant, or disease which originated from their respective world. Students then make the treacherous journey across
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Included is a PPT covering the theories as to why da Vinci often wrote in mirror script. Also included is the actual student handout which is used for mirror script practice (found as the preview download). You will need mirrors for this activity,
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This visually appealing PPT highlights Confucianism and Taoism, as well as the arrival of Buddhism from India.
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This is a visually appealing Common Core approach to Japanese feudalism. Students annotate a reading which provides background and then learn about the somewhat symbiotic relationship between daimyo, samurai, and peasants by analyzing a chart.
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This is a student handout with questions that go along with the "Scourge of the Black Death" History Channel program. Answer key is the preview file.
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This is an engaging and informative PPT about the expansion of Islam in West Africa. Songhai, Timbuktu, and Djenne are highlighted.
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This is a common-core approach to learning about Inca society. This lesson includes a series of thought-provoking and fun simulations where students weigh the pros and cons of living in a system of shared wealth contrasted with a capitalistic
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Short quiz covering the major figures and ideas from the Reformation.
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This is a cut and paste fill-in chart which covers mendicant religious orders, St. Francis of Assisi, cathedrals, universities, and Thomas Aquinas. Preview document includes accompanied handout.
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This engaging PPT covers the three-field system, labor specialization and trade, the beginnings of a banking system, and guilds.
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Maya society is highlighted in this PPT, focusing on social structure, daily life, pre-classic, classic, post-classic eras, extended family, ball game, blood ritual and more. Highly engaging.
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This unit project allows students to choose from a variety of assignments related to the Middle Ages to fulfill the required point total. Some assignments are more geared toward writing and others are more art-based. Examples include creating an
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Need 3 days of common core questions that go along with a film your students will enjoy? This Ever After video handout has 4 pages of questions involving Medieval vs. Renaissance thinking, humanism, individualism, Sir Thomas More's "Utopia" and
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10 Years teaching Middle School World History and Beginning Video Production

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Lecture, Discussion, Station, Cooperative work, Socratic Seminar,

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Graduated with Honors.

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Bachelor's Degree in History. Currently working on Masters in Education.

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