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Humanities Bundle (Ancient Civilizations, Religions and Wonders of the World)

Humanities Bundle (Ancient Civilizations, Religions and Wonders of the World)

This bundle includes three worksheets: Ancient Civilizations Religions Wonders of the World The units include a large variety of fun activities and exercises about various aspects. Lots of informative exercises and fun puzzles (crosswords, word searches, word chops and many others) are included to make it a fun class. The answers and answer sheets are included. You might also like these worksheets: Africa The Middle East China Egypt Greece Christianity Islam Geography Bundle

By willemmacau

Shang Dynasty Knowledge Organiser KS2

Shang Dynasty Knowledge Organiser KS2

A knowledge organiser for the Shang Dynasty. Included within this is a timeline for the period as well as a key vocabulary section for some of the words children may come across during the topic. These are useful for either sticking in books at the start of the topic to refer back to or to enlarge and have on display.

By krisgreg30

Ancient History Crossword Puzzles

Ancient History Crossword Puzzles

This Ancient history crossword puzzles bundle includes all of the products listed below: Important: All these products sell for $11; as a bundle they are 25% off, for $8.25! This product includes the following 11 topics: ♦ Ancient China ♦ Ancient Chinese Dynasties ♦ Ancient Egypt ♦ Ancient Greece ♦ Ancient Rome ♦ Ancient India ♦ Aztec Empire ♦ Inca Empire ♦ Maya Civilization ♦ Mesopotamia ♦ Vikings

By ScienceSpot

Ancient Chinese Dynasties Crossword Puzzle

Ancient Chinese Dynasties Crossword Puzzle

This crossword puzzle on Ancient Chinese Dynasties is a fun vocabulary review for students and contains the following: 1. Blank Version without word bank 2. Blank Version with word bank 3. Answer Key Vocabulary Words: ♦ Five Dynasties ♦ Han ♦ Ming ♦ Qin ♦ Qing ♦ Shang ♦ Six Dynasties ♦ Song ♦ Sui ♦ Tang ♦ Xia ♦ Yuan ♦ Zhou

By ScienceSpot

Ancient China Crossword Puzzle

Ancient China Crossword Puzzle

This crossword puzzle on Ancient China is a fun vocabulary review for students and contains the following: 1. Blank Version without word bank 2. Blank Version with word bank 3. Answer Key Vocabulary Words: ♦ Analects ♦ Confucius ♦ Dynasties ♦ Laozi ♦ Qin Shi Huang ♦ Shiji ♦ Silk Road ♦ Sun Tzu ♦ Terracotta Army ♦ Yangtze ♦ Yellow

By ScienceSpot

Ancient China - Palace Life

Ancient China - Palace Life

Resource is a PowerPoint introducing Year 8 students to what life was like in a Palace during Ancient China including the Emperor, Women, Eunuchs, & the story of Wu Zhao an infamous concubine. Glossary terms are provided at the end.

By josayer14

Ancient River Civilizations PPT

Ancient River Civilizations PPT

Outstanding 99 slide PPT looking at the four Ancient River Civilizations of Mesopotamia, Egypt, the Indus Valley and China. Loads of detailed points, maps, graphics and quizzes bring the material to life and check pupil understanding and learning.

By Polaphuca

Research evidence

Research evidence

Some evidence cards for use in History, Shang Dynasty era - print out cards and set at different tables. Children can either start at one table and rotate, making notes and gathering evidence as they go, or each table can make notes on the card on their table and feedback, discussing if the evidence is the same or different. The evidence cards are differentiated for this.

By jawarburton6freathy

Technology in the Classroom Ask an Expert about Ancient Cultures:

Technology in the Classroom Ask an Expert about Ancient Cultures:

Website forums allow students to e-mail their questions to experts and receive a response within days. This type of person to person correspondence allows for to students to discover how Professional study is conducted in a variety of field , to gain new insights into a subject to receive the most up to date information, and to get clarification on abstract or difficult concepts. Time: This assignment will take one or two class periods. Task: Formulate questions for online experts Purpose: To gain more in depth knowledge of ancient cultures Directions: 1. Identify areas of interest in ancient cultures. Topics may (but are not limited to…) a. Indo-European language families b. The Aryan Caste System c. The Origins and diffusion of Hinduism or Buddhism, d. Judaism and the Kingdom of Israel e. Similarities and differences among Hinduism, Buddhism and Judaism 2. Use online forums and submit 1-2 questions- asking for clarification, in-depth information, or information on your topic of importance and why it is relevant today. 3. Create an “ask the Expert” bulletin board in the classroom where you can post your questions and the responses you have received. Technology tips: A. You can use keywords such as “Buddhism online forum” as a starting place B. Typing, “Ask an Expert” into a search engine will generate a list of sites. Many of these are designed for K-12 Students C. The Virtual Reference Desk (VRD) sponsored by the United States Department of Education is a good resource. Digital reference, or Ask A (Short for “as a librarian”) service, assist users in location information using library resources. Here you can learn about VDR through a Web site called the Librarian’s index to the Internet D. Local Libraries often have virtual reference desks. Here you should look for links on the local library homepage. My Web Librarian is one name to look for

By Linni0011