Great Fire of London
The app contains 243 interlinked flowcharts including a master flowchart and 17 unit flowcharts. 225 individual full color flowcharts cover both standard topics as well as less standard topics (disease to dancing). Each flowchart is also the subject of a detailed reading, and are associated with a full-color illustrated timeline covering the relevant period in history. Search "Flow of History" from iTunes or follow this link to access it directly! On this site, you will find several hundred pages of information describing the flow of history, from the evolutionary processes that formed our bodies, to the forces of globalization that exploded in the 1990s. It is detailed, engaging reading—the result of over 25 years of continuous refinement for actual classroom use.
To borrow from Dr. Seuss's book title, "Oh the Places You'll Go! Here's a coming attraction of the people, places, ideas, and things coming at you: Your 3.2 million-year-old human ancestor Lucy, mummies, pyramids, Cleopatra, "an eye for an eye", the birth of major religions Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism, the birth of democracy, the first Olympics, Julius Caesar, gladiators, the invention of writing, paper, and the wheel, kingdoms built of stone in Africa, the Great Wall of China, the introduction of such concepts as zero, time, and monotheism (the belief in one god), Samurai, martial arts, palaces of gold, and even the Sphinx. Whew! The study of ancient civilizations and people raises some profound questions. Who are humans? Ancient Civilizations [ushistory.org]
Ancient Greece 16 animated historical maps Antiquity – The Greek world - Mycenaeans - colonization – the Hellenistic kingdoms – a city-state: Athens – Athenian democracy - the Pan-Hellenic sanctuaries – Alexandria, a Hellenistic city – the Greco-Persian wars - Marathon - Salamina – The Peloponnesian war – the Athenian Empire – the conquests of Alexander the Great Rome and its Empire This new series will have a total of 16 animated maps. 6 are currently available online.
Please note that unfortunately there is an error in this game. The part of the game that looks at canopic jars incorrectly states that in an Egyptian burial the jar in the form of the human-headed god Imsety contains the lungs and the jar in the form of the baboon-headed god Hapy contains the liver. However, Imsety should contain the liver and Hapy the lungs. Egyptian tomb adventure
Ancient Civilizations - Dynamic 2 Moms To be ignorant of the past is to remain a child. (paraphrase from an observation by Cicero ) History is one of our very favorite subjects. I'm sure you can tell by what we upload, that we enjoy it. To help you get the best use of this page as it grows, we want to explain how it is developed.
Welcome...to the Renaissance
Presidential Timeline From the presidential libraries of the National Archives, a collection of documents, photos, audio and video; includes activities and resources for educators TimeGlider Make your own timeline; has features allowing you to drag left and right, zoom in and out, and see how time periods overlap; web-based, so timelines can be shared and embedded Digital Vaults National Archives selection of 1,200 records, document, photos for your perusal; as you browse, you can drag records into your "tray," and use them to create a "pathway" (to show how a series of records and photos relates), or make your own poster Archiving Early America a unique array of primary source material from 18th Century America; scenes and portraits from original newspapers, magazines, maps and writings, videos Time Zones BBC's Brief History of Time Zones No time like the present: GoGo News features current events and human interest stories for the elementary age. Lessons In Time
Landmarks of the Faith Christian Adventures in Living History...Listen to out Podcasts Our podcast "Turning Points in History" offers a Christ-centered look at history, examining pivotal moments and periods that shaped the world we live in. Join us each month for a new episode as we explore such topics as the Battle of Hastings, the invention that may have caused the civil war, and the Scottish Reformation. (Note: iTunes MUST be installed on your device for the above button to work.) Get iTunes Comments will not appear on landmarksofthefaith.com until approved or edited by moderator.
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Asia for Educators | Columbia University
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