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Monday June 26th 2017

Lesson Plans

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Ancient Greece

Archaeology

World History

Development of ancient cultures and civilizations
Diversity of cultures
Ancient Mesopotamia
Ancient Egypt
  • Ancient Egypt Lesson Plans—Proteacher.com
  • The Art of Ancient Egypt: A Resource for Educators — The art of ancient Egypt and the collection of The Metropolitan Museum of Art come together in this comprehensive resource for educators, which includes summaries of ancient Egyptian history and art, maps, lesson plans and classroom activities, a bibliography, and a glossary. The materials can be adapted for students of all ages, interests, and abilities, and can be used to enrich any curriculum.
  • The Tomb of Perneb at The Metropolitan Museum of Art — An excellent 21-minute documentary discussing Perneb’s tomb (part of the MET collection) and explaining the views of ancient Egyptian views on life, the afterlife and art.
Africa
  • Exploring Africa!—Curriculum is divided into Units, Modules, and Learning Activities.  Each unit covers a major topic or theme in the study of Africa.  Each unit is divided into thematic, disciplinary, regional, or country modules.  Each module is comprised of four to eight learning activities.
Ancient Americas
Mongol Empire
Renaissance and Reformation
Islamic History
Unification of the Mediterranean basin under Roman rule

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Historical Understanding

Chronological thinking
Conducting historical research
Historical change and continuity
Historical timelines
General history resources

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