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Land in Crisis, presented by National Geograpic. Based on a PBS broadcast, the site includes: Africa for Kids where Fimi, a youngster from Nigeria serves as the guide to a variety of fun activities for elementary level students; Photoscope where older students can look at contemporary Africa in five photo essays; and Africa Challenge where students can show how much they know by playing a game.
Also featured is Teacher Tools with four units on Africa. Teachers in grades K-8 can use folktales to bring Africa alive in their classrooms. The site, developed by teacher Phillip Martin while serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Liberia, West Africa, includes lesson plans, the folktales, plays, African recipes, links to other African resources, and ideas for students to create and produce their own plays.
Resources, lesson plans, books, web based activities and handouts dealing with the theme of exploration. Materials emphasize grades K Age of Exploration Curriculum Guide.
The Curriculum Guide provides information about early navigation, explorers and life at sea from the ancient world to Captain Cook and is appropriate for middle and secondary level students. Age of Imperialism Lesson Plan. The Age of Imperialism represents one chapter of An On-Line History of the United States, a new program for high school students that combines an engaging narrative with the broad resources available to students on the Internet.
Teachers can use this chapter with its accompanying Internet based lesson plans in place of a standard textbook or they can use it to supplement existing social studies materials.
A unit test and answer key are included. American Civil War Teacher's Guide. The Guide provides a variety of lesson plans, thematic units and teaching ideas for intermediate and secondary level students who are studying the American Civil War.
This thematic unit was created by Shannon O'Connor who currently teaches a self-contained emotional support room, grades The unit provides lesson plans for 15 days.
Also provided are Lesson Plansand an annotated guide to related online resources. Suitable for senior high school students.
The National Archives and Records Administration presents the Amistad Case, a Supreme Court case in that involved a group of illegally-captured Africans who had seized their captors' ship and killed the captain.
The subject has taken on new interest by the release of a major Hollywood movie. The site includes hand-written documents from the case and Teaching Activities designed to correlate to national standards for history, civics and government. Ancient and Modern China.
The site, developed by Don Donn, provides middle school teachers with a wide selection of lesson plans, activities, and projects for teaching about ancient and modern China.
Sponsored by the Detroit Institute of Art, the site offers elementary and middle school teachers cross-curricular lesson plans for enriching the study of Ancient Egypt. Students can write their names using hieroglyphs, construct a canopic jar, create an equation quilt, participate in an Egyptian market day, and transform a cardboard box into a mummy case.
Don Donn of the Corkran Maryland Middle School has designed a complete unit with 17 daily lesson plans and unit test for sixth graders. The unit has two parts: The Early Greeks and Classical Greece. Ancient Greek Olympics in the Classroom. Lin and Don Donn, two Maryland U.
A complete unit, with 12 daily lessons, activities, and unit test for 6th-grade Ancient History Teachers. Anne Frank in the World, Teacher Workbook. It includes lesson plans and activities for gradeslesson plans and activities for gradesreadings and overviews, timelines, and a glossary.
Sponsored by the Montgomery Maryland County Public Schools, this is one of a series of lesson plans that uses literature to develop economic and geographic concepts for primary level students.
In this plan, students are shown the economic choices involved in providing this fruit. Other lesson plans in the series include Bananas-From Manolo to Margie where students learn about production and shipping, Pancakes, Pancakeswhere they learn how capital is used, and For Rent and Chester Town Tea Party where the concept of scarcity is treated.
Art and Life in Africa Project. Based on the project's CD-ROM, the site contains information on African peoples, profiles of 27 African countries and an online searchable Catalogue of the Stanley Collection of Africa Art with images and descriptions of over items.
Developed by The Asia Society in cooperation with several partners, AskAsia offers high-quality, carefully selected resources for the classroom. Click on For Educators and then on Instructional Resources to find lesson plans, readings, and a resource center locator.
All lessons, images, and maps in this area have been copyright-cleared and can be downloaded to use in the classroom.
Lesson plan topics include:HIEROGLYPHICS HIEROGLYPHIC MATH TUTANKHAMUN longSHORT SHORT SHORT 1 10 Try this! P P = pop S W = saw th = the Hieroglyphic writing first began around 5, years ago. Egyptians wrote in hieroglyphs up to about AD.
Hieroglyphs are like word pictures. There are more than 2, hieroglyphic characters. I have been a middle school, special education teacher for fourteen years. Over the years, I have seen many changes in students, funding and attitude. Many of my students are performing significantly below grade level in the areas of reading and writing.
The power pen reading comprehension kits for various grade levels will help . A list of websites for elementary teachers that you should know if you teach PreK through 5th grade. Tons of great resources for the core subjects.
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Complete a written response activity related to how the use of hieroglyphic Writing Standard 4: Gathers and uses information for research purposes.
Reading Standard 5: Uses the general skills and strategies of the reading process. hieroglyphs are historically significant in teaching us about Egypt’s history, customs.
Hieroglyphic writing, a system that employs characters in the form of pictures. Those individual signs, called hieroglyphs, may be read either as pictures, as symbols for pictures, or as symbols for sounds..