• After studying the origin and experience of Alexander of Macedonia, students were asked to evaluate him as a leader. Was he a hero worthy of the title 'great', or was he a villain?

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  • After taking notes on the differences in the lives and habits of the Athenians and Spartans, students created posters encouraging tourism to one of the two city-states. 

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  • Some samples of student Character Sketches on the important figures of Judaism

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  • After reviewing a series of documents, students were asked to explain what impact the Nile River had on the lives of the Ancient Egyptians. 

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  • Students worked hard on understanding the differences between the empires of the Fertile Crescent, and the leaders that made each empire unique. Here are some examples of their hard work. 

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  • After studying the Paleolithic and Neolithic ages, students created a before-and-after cartoon to explain how life changed for early peoples. 

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