Aztecs Comparative Timeline for Interactive Notebooks
The Aztecs Interactive Notebook Timeline is a ready-to-use activity that provides students a visual way to explore the events of the Aztec and in particular, make connections with other events occurring elsewhere in the world. Students use timeline slips to make a timeline that orders major events of the Aztecs on one side. On the other side of the timeline are events occurring during the same time period in other areas of the world.

Perfect for interactive notebooks, stations or small groups, this activity engages students in inquiry-based learning. Use with other Aztec related activities.

This detailed guide includes:
-Complete teacher’s guide for individual or cooperative group use.
-Ready to use student handouts including timeline cards with Aztec events and events from around the world
-Student samples

Maya, Inca and Aztec Resources Include:
- Maya Inca Aztecs Interactive Notebook Graphic Organizers
- Aztec Illustrated Timeline Activity
- Aztec Comparative Timeline for Interactive Notebooks
- Mayan Government and Laws Gallery Walk Activity
- The Aztecs Social Class, Cities and Government Station Activities
- The Aztecs Calendar, Writing System and Rituals Station Activities
- Mayan Number System Inquiry-Based Station Activities
- Mayan Glyphs and Writing System Station Activities
- Aztecs Gallery Walk - an Introduction to the Aztec Culture

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Created: Feb 16, 2017

Updated: Feb 22, 2018


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