Analyzing primary sources from the ancient world can be difficult - this Hyperdoc makes it easy! All of the components of the learning process are included in this interactive digital lesson about the unification of Ancient Egypt with the creation of the Double Crown. Students will have the opportunity to engage, explore, explain, apply, share, reflect and extend their understanding as 21st century learners.
- To engage students in the activity, students have the challenge of creating a flag that could represent a combined civilization of the United States and Canada.
- They then explore an article that describes the creation of the Double Crown and answer questions that go along with the reading.
- Students explain their learning by analyzing a primary source from Ancient Egypt.
- To apply their learning, students choose from a variety of activities using numerous learning styles.
- Students then share their products and reflect on their own learning process.
This resource is a Google Doc that can be shared with students directly or put onto Google Classroom. You will get a link to the Google Doc version of this activity. It will ask you to make a copy of the document when you open it. You will then be able to edit the document if desired. You can share the document with students or post it as an assignment on Google Classroom. If you assign it through Classroom, be sure to click the "copy for each student" option.
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