This is a PowerPoint I made to help us complete our Ancient Egypt unit. The students had already done some reading about Egyptian Pharaohs.
This includes guided notes for students to fill in the blank.
****PowerPoint also includes some silly
This is just a quick graphic organizer to help student learn BCE, CE, BC, and AD.
CE and BCE Explained
The meaning of AD is Anno Domini or Year of our Lord referring to the year of Christ’s birth. The meaning of BC is Before Christ. CE is a
HOT (higher order thinking) Posters – I designed these posters as a way to aid students to verbalize higher order thinking. The posters provide sentence starters on six different levels: comprehending, inferring, applying, questioning,
These are notes to use with your middle school students to cover the Shang Dynasty. I teach 6th grade Ancient World History and we put these notes directly in our ISNs. I cut the note pages out the night before. This requires students to have
This is an 'I have who has' activity that I made to help my students review many of the items we covered while studying Ancient India.
How this activity works in my classroom:
1.Distribute one card to each student, then distribute the extras to
I created this document to make planning easier. My district is following the Charlotte Danielson teacher evaluation system and I've found this form to be very helpful. Use this form with your benchmarks and standards. Prepare higher order
This PowerPoint presentation starts out with a review of the Qin Dynasty. I have added notes on several slides that indicate when to have students add drawings. I provide my 6th graders with colorful pens and colored pencils. I also cut out the
I created this PowerPoint as a way to introduce Ancient Greece. The presentation goes through important vocabulary words that students may need help with. The second half of the presentation focuses on the cultural impact the ancient Phoenicians
This is a Promethean Board ActivInspire geography lesson on the Middle East. The lesson encourages students to volunteer to be out of their seats and at the board. The yellow boxes indicate the action required at the board. This lesson also
The Selfie Scavenger Hunt is the most fun and engaging way for students practice and enhance their map skills. This requires you to do some leg work, but once you make it for your school, you will have it for years to come!