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Grade 5: The Western Hemisphere Complex Societies and Civilizations
Grade 5: The Western Hemisphere Complex Societies and Civilizations
Key Ideas and Concepts
Key Ideas and Concepts
5.2a Civilizations share certain common characteristics of religion,
5.2a Civilizations share certain common characteristics of religion,
Learning Goal #1
Learning Goal #1
Early Civilizations of Maya, Aztec and Inca cultures Student Activity
Early Civilizations of Maya, Aztec and Inca cultures Student Activity
Learning Goal #2
Learning Goal #2
Aztec, Maya, Inca Comparison Chart
Aztec, Maya, Inca Comparison Chart
5.2b Complex societies and civilizations adapted to and modified their
5.2b Complex societies and civilizations adapted to and modified their
Learning Goal #3
Learning Goal #3
Aztec, Inca, Maya clothing, farming, shelter, and transportation
Aztec, Inca, Maya clothing, farming, shelter, and transportation
5.2c Political states can take different forms such as city-states and
5.2c Political states can take different forms such as city-states and
Learning Goal #4
Learning Goal #4
Students will compare and contrast political states of the Maya and
Students will compare and contrast political states of the Maya and
Resources
Resources

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1 Grade 5: The Western Hemisphere Complex Societies and Civilizations

Grade 5: The Western Hemisphere Complex Societies and Civilizations

2 Key Ideas and Concepts

Key Ideas and Concepts

Between 1100 B.C.E. and 1500 C.E., complex societies and civilizations developed in the Western Hemisphere. Although these complex societies and civilizations have certain defining characteristics in common, each is also known for unique cultural achievements and contributions.

3 5.2a Civilizations share certain common characteristics of religion,

5.2a Civilizations share certain common characteristics of religion,

job specialization, cities, government, language and writing systems, technology ,and social hierarchy.

4 Learning Goal #1

Learning Goal #1

Students will locate the complex societies and civilizations of the Mayas, Aztecs, and Incas on a map and when they occurred.

5 Early Civilizations of Maya, Aztec and Inca cultures Student Activity

Early Civilizations of Maya, Aztec and Inca cultures Student Activity

Packet

Student Activity Packet

6 Learning Goal #2

Learning Goal #2

Students will investigate the characteristics of the Mayas, Aztec, and Incas noting similarities and differences.

7 Aztec, Maya, Inca Comparison Chart

Aztec, Maya, Inca Comparison Chart

Comparison Chart

8 5.2b Complex societies and civilizations adapted to and modified their

5.2b Complex societies and civilizations adapted to and modified their

environment to meet the needs of their people.

9 Learning Goal #3

Learning Goal #3

Students will compare how the Mayas, Aztecs, and Incas adapted to and modified their environment to meet the needs of the people, examining the clothing, farming, shelter, and transportation system for each.

10 Aztec, Inca, Maya clothing, farming, shelter, and transportation

Aztec, Inca, Maya clothing, farming, shelter, and transportation

Poster Project

Aztec, Inca, Maya Person

http://prezi.com/klyndpyalduk/aztecs-mayans-incas/# http://mayaincaaztec.com/ http://www.ducksters.com/history/aztec_maya_inca.php http://www.mixbook.com/photo-books/all/kelley-group-6-4925895

11 5.2c Political states can take different forms such as city-states and

5.2c Political states can take different forms such as city-states and

empires. A city-state is compromised of a city with a government that controls the surrounding territory, while an empire is a political organization developed when a supreme authority takes control over other geographic and/or cultural regions beyond its initial settlements.

12 Learning Goal #4

Learning Goal #4

Students will compare and contrast political states of the Maya and the Aztec noting the territories they controlled, the type of rule each had, and how the ruler attempted to unify the people.

13 Students will compare and contrast political states of the Maya and

Students will compare and contrast political states of the Maya and

the Aztec noting the (1) territories they controlled, the (2) type of rule each had, and (3)how the ruler attempted to unify the people. Students will complete the Venn Diagram, and write a short essay discussing the two political states.

Maya Aztec Comparison Matrix- Political States Rubric

14 Resources

Resources

Text Book – pages 66-71 https://www.superteachertools.net/speedmatch/speedmatchfromj.php?gamefile=1399824513# \\Lcsdcluster_staffpool_server\staffvol\Users\WS\KHarrington\Empires of the South - Maya, Aztec, Inca (1).ppt https://jeopardylabs.com/play/maya-aztecand-inca-review http://prezi.com/9xczwte75qwq/maya-aztec-inca/

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