- BVMS 6th Grade World History
- Weekly Lesson Plan
- October 18-22, 2021
Teachers: K. Myers/M.Salley/E.Vincent
Essential Question: What contributed to the successful development of the river valley civilizations of ancient Egypt?
Monday, October 18:
Objective: Investigate how religion affected the lives of the ancient Egyptians including such aspects as architecture, the afterlife, and mummification. (7.1.2)
Procedure: Students will learn about the process of mummification by reading a text and playing an interactive game on mummification. Students will then create a flowchart to organize the steps of mummification. Students will be assessed through observation, questioning, and completion of flowchart.
Tuesday, October 19:
Objective:Illustrate an understanding of the development of civilization in the Nile River Valley. (7.1)
Procedure: Students will take a vocabulary test on domain specific vocabulary terms for ancient Egypt. Then, students will begin working on ancient Egypt Flocabulary lessons. Students will be assessed through formative evaluation of vocabulary terms/definitions.
Wednesday, October 20:
Objective:Investigate how religion affected the lives of the ancient Egyptians including such aspects as architecture, the afterlife, and mummification. (7.1.2)
Procedure: Students will guide the teacher through the steps of mummification, while the teacher demonstrates these steps on an orange, creating an “Orange Mummy”. Students will be writing steps in a tree map format as we go through the process, then write a paragraph making a prediction on what will happen to the mummy. Students will be assessed through observation, questioning, and completion of tree map and prediction paragraph.
Thursday, October 21/Friday, October 22:
Objective: Describe the unique features of ancient Egyptian culture and social class. (7.1.3) Determine the significance of the discovery of the Rosetta Stone. (7.1.5)
Procedure: Students will work in small groups to complete a total of 3 stations on Egyptian Achievements. Students will be assessed through participation with a group and completion of station activities.