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Students illustrate the dynastic cycle, identify Menes, Akhenaton (also known as Amenhotep), Nefertiti, Cleopatra, and Hatshepsut. and other rulers of ancient Egypt and discuss their significance. They then determine the role of religion in the success of the Egyptian civilization. Students describe the legacy of the ancient Egyptian civilization through their developments in archaeology, art, science, mathematics, and education in ancient Egypt.
Students discuss the differences between adult love and teenage love. After reading an article, they explore a relationship that began as teenagers and ended in marriage later in life. In groups, they create posters about famous historical couples. They interview a couple they know and write an article about them modeled after the article in the Times.
Fifth graders construct a multi-media CD-ROM using cross-platform Hyper Studio software. They identify a person in history to research for their report. In order to broaden their horizons, 5th graders are encouraged to investigate non-living, non-Americans.
High schoolers examine the obstacles in education faced by young girls in developing countries. Through discussion, they explore what international documents protect this basic human right.
Ninth graders begin the lesson by discussing and locating the trade routes in the Mediterranean. Using pieces of pottery and coins, they discuss how it shows the culture of an area and create a chart showing the value of the coins. They end the lesson by writing an assessment on the pattern of trade routes.
For this social studies worksheet, and the words are used to describe Ancient Egypt and the answers are found at the bottom of the page.
For this drama worksheet, students find the words used to describe the words of Shakespeare and the answers are found at the bottom of the page.
In this research skills activity, students complete sentences by inserting names of places in London. A word bank of twenty words is given for twenty questions.
In this alphabetical order worksheet, students complete 10 questions in which they tell the letter that comes before a specified letter in the alphabet.
In this world history worksheet, students use the information about Roman art, language, architecture, and literature along with further research to create a posters explaining what the Romans have done for us.
Students study Amelia Earhart and Eleanor Roosevelt. In this biographical lesson, students read Amelia and Eleanor Go For a Ride. Students write their own biography, create a timeline of events from the book, and write a story based on information given about The Great Depression. A virtual tour of the White House activity is included.
Students design a game entitled, "Wheel of Pharaoh" based on their study of Ancient Egyptian civilization. In this Ancient Egypt lesson, students use information from their study of Egyptian civilization to write questions to be used in a game that is similar to "Wheel of Fortune."
Pupils read the Royal Murder, a nonfiction account of famous murders and murderers, and complete various projects. In this Royal Murders lesson, students read Royal Murder, a dramatic account of famous murders. Included are Cleopatra, Richard III, Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette and more. Pupils complete activities such as creating a travel brochure, discussing fashion, and letter writing.
For this world leaders worksheet, students match the 16 historical world leaders to the descriptions that match them in the right-hand column.
In this world leaders worksheet, students match the 16 historical world leaders to the descriptions that match them in the right-hand column.
In this biology trivia worksheet, students write short answers to 101 questions about animal classification, human anatomy, animal facts, and attributes of organisms.
In this short i worksheet, students circle the word in a pair that has the short i sound, then write the word on provided lines. A reference web site is given for additional activities.
Students take an imaginary journey through the water cycle. In this water cycle instructional activity, students identify the various parts of the water cycle, listen while their teacher leads them on an imaginary journey through the water cycle, and discuss what they learned.
Students examine the discovery of gold in California and its impact on its people. In this California mining history lesson, students read letters from Dame Shirley and discuss the Foreign Miners' Tax law. Students write an editorial about the discrimination against Native Americans during the Gold Rush.
In this history worksheet, students complete short answer questions about different World Wars, Prime Ministers, cities in different countries, and more. Students complete 20 questions.