Week 3: January 19th - 25th

 


We continue our discussion on the Indus River valley in the northwestern South Asia this week with the development of one of the world's first civilizations. It offered fertile agricultural land, while mounting and oceans provided natural barriers for protection from invaders. A series of civilizations developed here and in the Ganges River valley to the east.

This weeks objectives are to:

  1. Identify the key features of the Indus Valley civilization.
  2. Explain how the Indo-Aryans shape the culture of South Asia.
  3. Identify the achievements of the Maurya and Gupta empires.

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Timeline Activity ( Google Classroom )

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South Asia Map (bring colored pencils)

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Complete Lesson 1  South Asia Reading Check  (Google Classroom)
Complete Timeline Activity
Complete South Asia Map (bring colored pencils)

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East Asia Introduction & Vocabulary

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Read Week 4: January 26th - February 1st Blogpost
Answer Question (Google Classroom)

If you are absent, I will send you the days lesson and note-catcher in the afternoon via Google Classroom. 

a latte of sparkles, Mrs. Cullip

Tuesday, January 19th

Wednesday, January 20th

Thursday, January 21st

Friday, January 22nd

Week 2: January 12th - 18th

 


The Indus River valley in the northwestern South Asia nurtured the development of one of the world's first civilizations. It offered fertile agricultural land, while mounting and oceans provided natural barriers for protection from invaders. A series of civilizations developed here and in the Ganges River valley to the east.

This weeks objectives are to:

  1. Identify the key features of the Indus Valley civilization.
  2. Explain how the Indo-Aryans shape the culture of South Asia.
  3. Identify the achievements of the Maurya and Gupta empires.

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South Asia Introduction & Vocabulary

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South Asia Lesson Part 1

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South Asia Lesson Part 2

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South Asia Lesson Part 3
Timeline Activity

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Read Week 3: January 19th - 25th Blogpost
Answer Question (Google Classroom)

a latte of sparkles, Mrs. Cullip