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  Welcome  to our World History page!  This page will help keep you up to date on our current courses of study. Here you can find out what your students have been learning in class and you can also use it as a guide to help your students with what they will be required to know in order to be successful in our class.


Now that we have learned how civilizatios began in the Tigris-Euphrates valley. Now we are going  to learn  how another civilization began around the same time in a different  river Valley

Image result for nile valley civilization mapIn this Unit students will about the ancient Egyptian empire. they will learn about the relationship between the Egyptian civilization and its geographical location. Egyptian civilization was centered along the Nile river and delta, where the river empies out into the sea. Predictable and gentle annual flooding of the Nile provided the "Gift of the Nile": a rich and fertile soil that allowed the Egyptianto have an abundance of crops and helped them to develop an advanced and complex civilization.



As  this unit progresses, students

 should be able to explain how the geography of Egypt created conditions for a healthy and stable kingdom.


describe features of Egyptian religion (polytheism, belief in afterlife, embalming and mummification) and how these beliefs led to advances in medicine.


Explain the purpose of the Pyramids and describe advances in technology, mathematics, architecture, and engineering that ocurred


Identify key figures of ancient Egypt and describe their achievements( Khufu, Imhotep, Narmer, Ahkenaton, Tutankhamen, RamsesII


Describe the lifestyles of various social groups in ancient Egypt.


Students will be assessed through daily bellwork and exit tickets, vocabulary quizzes 


Students will complete a cooperative activity and develop a presentation that shows a typical day in the life of a person in ancient Egypt


Required vocabulary  available through Quizlet links provided in students google classroom or at


Nile, Delta, cataracts, papyrus, hieroglyphics, irrigation, Pharaoh, Narmer,