New Kingdom of Egypt Teacher Resources
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In this Ancient Egypt instructional activity, students read a 2 page article on Ancient Egypt, answer 3 statements as true or false and choose which multiple choice answers best answers 3 questions/statements.
Pupils use maps, atlases, and Internet sites to learn about the geographic features and topographical features of Egypt. They compare and contrast the importance of the Nile River through the Pre-Dynastic, Old Kingdom, Middle Kingdom, New Kingdom, and Modern Egypt eras. Students design a booklet to compile information regarding the Nile River and its importance.
Need a concise, well-constructed, and engaging overview of Ancient Egyptian civilization? Look no further, as John Green highlights the most important features and takeaways of this ancient civilization. The video discusses the importance of the Nile to Egyptian culture and agriculture, religious notions regarding gods and an afterlife, developments through the progression from the Old to New Kingdom, and the general longevity and permanence of the civilization as a whole.
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.
Rich imagery highlights this narrated timeline of the History of Egypt Part One: Ancient Times through Cleopatra.
Through animated reconstructions, viewers can visit the fortresses of Sesostris III, all of which are now lost beneath the waters of Lake Nasser. Part six of The History ChannelÕs examination of Egyptian engineering marvels begins with SesostrisÕ building programs focused on military architecture to protect its borders and proceeds to the mortuary temple of Hatshepsut, the first woman ruler of Egypt.
In this ancient Egypt instructional activity, 6th graders use maps in chapter 5 of a Houghton Mifflin text to label items on an outline map and answer a set of 10 related questions.
Awesome, that is all I have to say! This set of lessons provides learners with an understanding of ancient Egyptian laws, lifestyle, religion, and culture. It engages them in a critical analysis activity regarding the film, "The Prince of Egypt." They analyze stereotypes in the film as well as how modern Egyptians felt about it. Multiple web resources are linked to each of the eight included lessons.
Seventh graders examine ancient Egypt. In this ancient history lesson, 7th graders collaborate to research advancements made during the 25th and 30th centuries. Students create presentations regarding their research findings.
High schoolers compare and contrast major world religions of today with the religious beliefs of Ancient Egypt. Each student group is assigned one of the 5 major world religions. They make a presentation to the class.
In this time line for ancient Egypt learning exercise, 7th graders research the websites listed to create a time line about ancient Egypt with 20 events noted and images inserted.
Ninth graders are introduced to the Prown's technique of describing various objects. As a class, they view pictures of the pyramids in Egypt and discuss how the size and shape of them show their belief in eternal life and religion. They describe them based on the Prown technique and create their own pyramids to end the lesson. They also complete the same steps with a Shawabti figure and another object of their choosing.
Students explore the shifts in perceptions of the sphinx as Greeks, Romans, and finally the French under Napoleon moved through Egypt.
Complete with a timeline and details about different Egyptian gods and pharaohs, these slides can supplement a unit on ancient cultures or on African civilizations. Students will enjoy the easy-to-read bullet points and contrasting information about the old, middle, and new kingdoms of Egypt.
Students develop a timeline of events associated with Egypt, Mesopotamia, the Indus River, and the Huang He. They prepare a clay, wood, or paper model of a representative artifact from one civilization. They write a description of their item. Students draw a representative fashion and write an explanation of their drawing.
Sixth graders gain an understanding of the geographical and socio-economical changes of ancient Egypt. They develop their research skills as they visit a variety of web sites to explore the different aspects of the Ancient Egyptians.
Eleventh graders conduct research about the development of technologies in Ancient Egypt. The research is used to make class presentations. The students work with the teacher in order to create a rubric for the assignment.
Track the rise and fall, interactions and trade relations, invasions and accomplishments of the ancient Egyptian and Nubian Empires. Perfectly outlined for note taking, this presentation would accompany a full lecture nicely. Add images for an enhanced experience.
Students investigate ancient Egyptian symbols and figures used in scroll paintings. They create a pictorial alphabet, analyze the Egyptian hieroglyphic alphabet, create drawings for a Book of the Dead, and explore various websites.
Explore the writing, art, and religious beliefs of ancient Egypt through hieroglyphs, one of the oldest writing systems in the world, and through tomb paintings. Hieroglyphs consist of pictures of familiar objects that represent sounds.