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Egypt - Pharaohs

Egypt - Pharaohs

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By the end of these three lessons, students will be able to identify Ancient Pharaoh's and important facts about their time as Pharaoh. 

Students will be using thinglink to create and present information on their Pharaoh. Using 5 devices, students will work in groups researching important facts, images, dates, and videos on their Pharaoh.

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Tutorial

Day 1 - 40 minutes

Today, in your Nome (group), you will be assigned a Pharaoh! Pharaoh's were rulers in Ancient Egypt. In each of your Nomes, you will be assigned one iPad to conduct your research. You will need to assign two researchers, a scribe, a presenter and a creator. All of these jobs will be play an important part for today and tomorrow's activity. You can use the links below associated with your Nomes Pharaoh to conduct your research. Also, you may use the attached worksheet as an outline for your details. By the end of today, please share your information with me. 

Google Document Link

Use this link to create your own document (file>make a copy) and share it with me before the end of Day 1 

Google Document Link

History Channel - Ancient Egypt Greatest Pharaohs

At home, view this YouTube video on Egypt's Greatest Pharaohs.

Day 2 - 45 minutes

Now that you have gathered your information, it is now time to create! Using your groups iPads go to thinglink and using the image you found yesterday, make your image come ALIVE! Add facts and interesting details about your Pharaoh on the image. Feel free to go above and beyond adding clips if you found any and additional images. Creators and Presenters remember to work closely! It is important that the presenters know what has been placed on the image and to be prepared for tomorrow's presentations!

Day 3 - 60 minutes

Today you will have 30 minutes to finish preparing for your presentation. Please share with me your thinglink link before you present! Good Luck! 

 

Presentation Rubric:

Category

       4

        3

        2

        1

 

 Eye Contact

Always has eye contact with audience. 

Most of the time has eye contact with the audience.

Sometimes has eye contact with the audience.

Does not have eye contact with the audience.

 

 

Enthusiasm

Very enthusiastic about the topic during the presentation.

Most of the time enthusiastic about the topic during the presentation.

Sometimes enthusiastic

about the topic during the presentation.

Does not appear enthusiastic about the topic during the presentation.

 

Preparedness and Organization

Very prepared and organized during the presentation.

Most of the time prepared and organized during the presentation. 

Somewhat prepared and organized for the presentation.

Does not appear to have prepared for the presentation.

 

 

    Speaks                   

    Clearly

Speaks very clearly. Very easy for the audience to understand.

Most of the time

speaks clearly. Easy for the audience to understand.

Sometimes speaks clearly. Sometimes easy for the audience to understand.

Does not speak clearly. Difficult for the audience to understand.

 

Knowledge of

Content/Recycling

Knowledge of recycling is very clear. Student shows full understanding of content during presentation.

Knowledge of recycling is clear most of the time during the presentation.

Knowledge of recycling is sometimes evident during the presentation.

Knowledge of recycling in not clear.  Student does not show understanding during presentation.