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Persuasive Writing about King Tut Project

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Grade 6, 7, 8, 9, 10





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Persuasive Writing about King Tut Project

This engaging teaching resource targets students in grades 6-8, specifically those interested in ancient history and mysteries. It offers a hands-on learning experience promoting the following skills:

  • Collaborative Learning
  • Communication
  • Critical Thinking
  • Persuasive Writing

The Aim of the Project

Focusing on the intriguing question - 'Was King Tut Murdered?', this project assigns various roles to students like:

  1. Medical Examiners,
  2. Archaeologists,
  3. Reporters,
  4. Sketch Artists & Historians.
  5. .

A Hands-On Approach to Learning

In their teams, they explore web-based content before discussing theories on King Tut’s death.This project culminates with a mock trial where students argue cases based on evidence previously collected.

Evaluative Aspects & Grading Rubrics

An important element of this package is its emphasis on evaluative aspects. It includes 'Pre/Post-tests', as well as grading rubrics for various tasks executed throughout the project like persuasive writing assignments.

A Versatile Tool for Educators!

Tailored for practical learning over traditional lecture methods, these projects can be completed by an individual or in groups which makes it versatile for settings such as whole group or small group activities or more uniquely even homework assignments.

This resource seamlessly unites Social Studies and Language Arts focus considering that the activities involve substantial written components with historical analysis. A truly dual-purpose educational toolkit for middle school educators!

Resource Tags

Engaging Ancient history Persuasive writing Collaborative learning Problem-solving

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