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Young scholars read and analyze classical literature of the ancient Hebrew prophets dealing with societal injustices. They identify present-day prophets, and write an essay about how the common good would be affected if people listened to the prophets.
Sixth graders analyze the geographic, political, economic, religious, and social structures of the early civilizations of the Ancient Hebrews, and write an essay.
Students analyze the political and economic structures of the Ancient Hebrews and Greeks. They identify the beliefs of Judaism and the significance of different people in the development of the religion. Examining Ancient Greece, they state the differences between direct democracy and representative democracy. They also outline the expansion of the Persian Empire.
Review the origins, leaders, wars, and contributions of ancient Hebrews. A fascinating set of discussion questions and several informative slides are yours for the taking. Use to review for a test of state exam.
Students extract and interpret information about the Torah text to draw conclusions about ancient Hebrew life. In this Torah lesson plan students research facts and complete worksheets about the Torah. Then as a class the students form a book about life among the Hebrews during the time of Moses.
Students explore the ancient civilization of Mali and examine various historical and cultural aspects of the civilization. In this ancient civilization of Mali lesson plan, students examine trade with respect to geographic locations, discover the Sudiata's Legacy and examine the five pillars of Islam.
Middle schoolers investigate the ancient structures of Mesopotamia, Egypt, India, and China. In small groups, they conduct research, evaluate their findings within the group, create visual aides, and complete an Internet treasure hunt.
This is an excellent multidisciplinary lesson designed by Scientific American. It provides three creative activities--designing a garden, studying hieroglyphics, and writing poetry--relevant to the ancient peoples of the Middle East. Young scholars will enjoy
Sixth graders complete a long-term unit on ancient and early civilizations. They conduct Internet research, define key vocabulary terms, analyze maps, and create a PowerPoint presentation about a selected early civilization.
Young scholars explore the impact of written communication. In this ancient civilizations lesson, students investigate communication from ancient Sumer and discuss its relevance today. Young scholars watch a multimedia presentation about cuneiform and then create their own pictorial writing system.
Research ancient cultures with your class. They will read assigned text in class and utilize a map to identify the location of Egypt. Students complete many ancient Egypt activities including multiple choice questions, role-plays, and research assignments.
Students examine the Bible, one of the earliest written sources, as a compilation of narratives, and search the resources on the HERITAGE DVD-ROM for historical "proof" as well as create their own stories and scripts based on ancient events.
Students research the computers for facts on Ancient Egypt and have knowledge on primary and secondary sources. In this Ancient Egypt lesson plan, students research Gods, Pharaohs, pyramids, temples, trades, and more.
In this Hebrew number worksheet, students practice writing the Hebrew numbers 1 through 10 after they read a 2 paragraph description of the ancient language.
A great background for a study on Judaism, the Old Testament, or world history, this presentation on the ancient Middle East is thorough and engaging. Viewers will appreciate the clear maps and vivid photographs as they explore the world of the Old Testament.
Learners explore the cultures and civilizations of Mesopotamia. They take a look at the factors that shaped the region, and study the history of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, and other ancient wonders of the world. The class is divided up into seven groups. Each one researches and makes a presentation to the class on one of the Seven Ancient Wonders. The lesson is really good, and looks like i will be motivating and enlightening for your middle schoolers.
Build wonder as you explore the ancient Middle East (Near East, actually). With pictures and maps aplenty, the slide show briefly describes ancient Hebrews, Palestine, and Jerusalem. Famous rulers such as King Solomon, Moses, Herod, and Alexander the Great are also discussed.
Students come to an understanding of the time period covered in the first five books of the Bible by researching and recreating ancient artifacts. They recreate artifacts that represent the people, lifestyles, and culture of people living in those times.
Students explore ancient cultures. In this ancient religions lesson plan, students study the civilizations of ancient Mesopotamia they watch "Garden of Eden" and discuss their impressions. Students then research Sumer and prepare presentations regarding their research findings.
Students use the guiding questions to accomplish the lesson objectives. They will know the purposes for the establishing of The Codes and how they were distributed throughout the ancient empire of Babylonia.