Ancient egypt: totally 20! Directions



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ANCIENT EGYPT: TOTALLY 20!

Directions: Over 5 school days (December 19th – 22nd and January 4th) you will be exploring all parts of the Egyptian Civilization. Below is a “menu” of activity choices that you can choose to complete. You must complete at least one (1) activity for each piece of the civilization wheel. In total, your work choices must add up to 20 points! On January 4th, you will be checked in, and your work will count as your assessment of Egypt!!! Make sure your work is thorough and detailed enough to be considered “completed.”

Read the introduction paragraphs for each part of the Civ. Wheel before beginning any of the activity.

Part of Civilization Wheel

Activities worth one (1) point

Activities worth two (2) points

Activities worth three (3) points

Total Points Earned in C.W. Part

Common Culture

  • What is it?

  • Test Your Fashion Sense

  • Daily Life




  • Amulets - need to find info

  • Artisans Tomb







Government

  • Summarize the Reigns of the pharos in HA! Ch. 8

  • Draw a Venn Diagram comparing Egypt’s government to either India, Mesopotamia, or the U.S.

  • Design a History Alive! Chapter on this part of the civ wheel. Include pictures, vocab words, information and examples. (Research is done on the student station computer, in the library or at home)




Religion

  • Ennead of Heliopolis

  • All Wrapped Up

  • Rhyme Time with Mummies

  • Weighing of the Heart

  • Afterlife Book Mark

  • Gods/Goddesses Baseball Cards

  • Design a History Alive! Chapter on this part of the civ wheel. Include pictures, vocab words, information and examples. (Research is done on the student station computer, in the library or at home)




Specialized Workers

  • Foreign Traders

  • Farmers VIPs of Egypt

  • Design a History Alive! Chapter on this part of the civ wheel. Include pictures, vocab words, information and examples. (Research is done on the student station computer, in the library or at home)




Social Hierarchy

  • HA! Pg. 81-93 Draw and Label Hierarchy. Be detailed.

  • Society Hierarchy

  • Research jobs and choose 3 to make a classified ad

  • A Day in the Life of…

  • Design a History Alive! Chapter on this part of the civ wheel. Include pictures, vocab words, information and examples. (Research is done on the student station computer, in the library or at home)




Technology




  • Irrigation Task

  • Build a Pyramid - need group of 3

  • Design a History Alive! Chapter on this part of the civ wheel. Include pictures, vocab words, information and examples. (Research is done on the student station computer, in the library or at home)




Writing and Record Keeping

  • Reading the Rosetta Stone

  • Hieroglyph Codebreaker







  • Design a History Alive! Chapter on this part of the civ wheel. Include pictures, vocab words, information and examples. (Research is done on the student station computer, in the library or at home)




TOTAL POINTS: ____/20

* When you complete an assignment, check it in with your teacher to make sure it has been completed appropriately. Then you can circle the assignment you completed.

** Make sure to challenge yourself. Your choices should reflect what you can do.

*** Look online at the Social Studies Teacher Webpage for additional videos and/or enrichment activities that may be completed at home.



****Outside research can be done at home or in the library to help with ANY of the activities.


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