LIFE IN ANCIENT EGYPT
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Cover ELA and social studies standards as students create and inhabit a story about a community in the Nile River Valley in ancient Egypt.
Advance students’ literacy skills as they create their own system of hieroglyphics.
Students explore history and government as they examine an autocracy and the dynamic between the pharaoh, vizier, and peasants. When a drought devastates Egypt and the pharaoh continues to collect taxes in spite of the disaster, students must work together to persevere, in the unit’s critical incident designed to strengthen understanding of civic responsibilities and economics.
- Teacher’s handbook
- Reproducible handouts
- Student portfolio
- Content slide sets
- Electronic version
This title is part of the series: STORYPATH UNITS