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Interactive Notebooks are so much fun! Students can use these 13 different graphic organizers to learn about early and Imperial China!

Ancient China Interactive Notebook Graphic Organizers

These interactive notebook graphic organizers will help students organize information about ancient China! Interactive notebooks are an effective tool in the

This content rich activity is student centered and interactive.The activity has 8 stations detailing the geography, achievements, social classes, leadership, economy and religion of Ancient China. Students travel though the Zhou, Shang, Qin and Han dynasties!Readings come with pictures, charts and maps.

Ancient China Stations with Key Questions Graphic Organizer or Task Cards

This content rich activity is student centered and interactive.The activity has 8 stations detailing the geography, achievements, social classes, leadership,

In this complete lesson, students learn and take notes about the Shang and Zhou dynasties, examine an ancient Chinese primary source and answer questions to learn about the Mandate of Heaven, and finish by making connections about how early Chinese rulership reflected their values, comparing to government and value systems in the U.S.  Includes a detailed lesson plan, corresponding PowerPoint, primary document excerpts with questions, and helpful visuals. Answer key included!

Early Chinese Dynasties: Shang, Zhou, and the Mandate of Heaven

Students will: - learn and take notes about early Chinese dynasties - examine an ancient Chinese primary source and answer questions to learn about the Mandate

All in one bundle! A Common Core-aligned comprehensive lesson that asks students to assess to what extent Justinian revived the old Roman empire or created a "new" Byzantine empire.  Uses visuals, primary source analysis, class discussion, partner work, and independent analytical writing. Works well for AP and Regents classes. Includes a writing lesson on crafting thesis paragraphs, broken down step by step with example paragraphs aligned to the DBQ!

Byzantine Empire and Justinian: A "New Rome"? Lesson Plan, PowerPoint, and DBQ

All in one bundle! A Common Core-aligned comprehensive lesson that asks students to assess to what extent Justinian revived the old Roman empire or created a "new" Byzantine empire. Uses visuals, primary source analysis, class discussion, partner work, and independent analytical writing. Works well for AP and Regents classes. Includes a writing lesson on crafting thesis paragraphs, broken down step by step with example paragraphs aligned to the DBQ!

This 4 page worksheet, with teacher answer key, can be used as a lesson plan, homework assignment, or sub plan. Students learn about Siddhartha Gautama and analyze Buddhist texts and primary sources (The Four Noble Truths Sermon and The Five Precepts of Buddhism) to learn Buddhist beliefs. Students compare/contrast Hinduism to Buddhism, analyze Buddhism's appeal in Ancient India, and finish by completing a fun application activity deciding whether everyday choices are right or wrong in…

Buddhism in India: Origins and Beliefs

This worksheet, with complete teacher answer key, can be used as an in-class lesson plan, homework assignment, or sub plan. Students learn about Siddhartha

This lesson is included in the THREE larger bundles to save you big!    The 13 Colonies Unit!  The World History Mega Unit Bundle! 9 World History Units plus 10 bonus lessons!   Complete World History Curriculum! Full Year of 15 Bundles, Supplements, & Fun!

Atlantic Slave Trade: A Student Investigation into the Horrors! Middle Passage

This Atlantic Slave Trade Investigation is included in the 13 Colonies Unit to save you big! In this lesson, students are led through a plethora of documents that plunge them right into the realities of the Atlantic Slave Trade!

This site covers the history of ancient civilizations for students in primary or secondary schools.  Ancient history of the early four ancient civilizations: Ancient Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt, Ancient China, and Ancient India in basic and simple language.

This site covers the history of ancient civilizations for students in primary or secondary schools. Ancient history of the early four ancient civilizations: Ancient Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt, Ancient China, and Ancient India in basic and simple language.

Looking for cool summer learning adventures? Ready-to-go printable materials include rubrics that also guide advanced multiple intelligence tasks on any topic.  Each intelligence comes with many specific suggestions that students love to adapt to their unique work. Included suggestions come with examples to guide the creation of unique tasks related to each intelligence and to student interests.

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