Synopses & Reviews
The Teaching Guide to The Ancient Egyptian World
is a complete, all-in-one resource that provides teachers with the support they need to help their students access the content of the book from the Medieval and Early Modern World series. It contains a collection of important instructional tools for the teacher, and a separate section on reading and literacy with practical strategies for teaching content to students with a wide range of abilities and learning styles.
Special multimedia, cross-curricular projects, one for each chapter, designed for mixed-group use gives students of all backgrounds and learning styles a chance to access and interact with the content. Chapter-by-chapter three-page lesson plans that are filled with activities to help teachers get the most out of every chapter in the book, including two chapter activities in blackline master form, graphic organizer reproducibles, project outlines, rubrics and a chapter assessment.
The Teaching Guide to The Ancient Egyptian World is a complete, all-in-one resource that provides teachers with the support they need to help all their students access the content of the books. It contains a collection of important instructional tools for the teacher: -Recommended Teaching Units that organize the chapters into a common theme or focus, such as the civilization's origins, government, religion, economy, daily life, rise, and fall. -Unit Overviews that outline the content of the unit, list the primary sources featured in the unit, and provide a wide variety of flexible teaching suggestions that teachers can use to differentiate instruction to meet the needs of a diverse student population. -Chapter-by-chapter two-page Lesson Plans that are filled with activities to help teachers get the most out of every chapter in the book - with a chapter activity in blackline master form and a chapter assessment.
About the Author
Eric H. Cline
is Associate Professor of Classics and Chair of the Department of Classical and Semitic Languages and Literatures at The George Washington University.
Jill Rubalcaba began her working life as a college- and high-school mathematics teacher, all the while continuing to go to school to study more math, writing, and business. Later she worked as an engineer on the Patriot Missile. Ms. Rubalcaba is grateful to her children, Kelly and Dan, for showing her the joys of writing for children. Jill Rubalcaba is the author of several books for young adults, including The Wadjet Eye, Place in the Sun, and The Early Human World.