This is a worksheet I created to supplement the TeachTCI History Alive- The Ancient World curriculum. It goes along with lesson 5 Ancient Sumer. Students have pictures of artifacts and need to connect them to the characteristics of a civilization.
This editable document describes a final group project where students will have to create their own civilizations using the knowledge they learned about what makes up a civilization. The graphic organizer asks them to elaborate on the following
This graphic organizer will help students organize their thoughts to prepare for a debate . On the front they will list the pros and cons of two city-states: Athens and Sparta. Then they will compose a written response on the reverse side. Students
This worksheet is ideal to use after discussing the characteristics of a civilization. The textbook I use covers 7 characteristics, but you can modify this worksheet to adapt to your needs. On the front side, students have to rank the
I created this lesson to go along with the read aloud "Weslandia" by Paul Fleischman after we finished a unit on the characteristics of a civilization.
This file is differentiated!
It has students gather textual information from the book in order
This editable worksheet allows students to gather all of the major changes onto one page from the Paleolithic Era to the Neolithic Era in ancient human history.
It can be used with any social studies text that describes this major change in human
This worksheet is a supplement I created using the information from "History Alive! The Ancient World" textbook. I found that some of the lessons were lacking hands on learning so I created this cut and paste using the information from the four
Use this editable worksheet for students to take notes if groups are sharing information to the rest of the class. (Think "Jigsaw" style learning). There are three spaces for students to take notes, but more could be added or removed.