Lesson Snapshot. Julius Zuke Co-Teacher: Subject Date: Periods:. Helpful Hint—This study guide is available online at www. baltimore city s chools .org/ 341. 1. 2. 3. 4. Ancient Egypt. Ancient Egypt. Where is this shopping mall located? What kinds of items would it sell?.
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What kinds of items would it sell?
What could malls tell a visitor from outer space about “us earthlings?” Discuss in your table team and be ready to share out.
But what if there were?
What kinds of stores would be in the malls of ancient Egypt?
What items would they sell?
and will be able to create a model of a store for an imaginary mall in Ancient Egypt.
Ground up pig’s eye
Fat from a black snake
NO TWO PEOPLE AT YOUR TABLE CAN HAVE THE SAME TYPE OF STORE!
Why is this a primary source? Because it is an actual wall mural that an ancient Egyptian created to depict life at that time.
Why is this a secondary source? Because it is written by a teacher today, who collected information about ancient Egypt and compiled it and summarized information into a condensed source. He wasn\'t ever actually in ancient Egypt, therefore this is a SECONDARY source.
After visiting the Mall of Ancient Egypt, I learned several things about life during that time. The school supply store had different supplies from today. They had papyrus instead of paper. The shoes were more like sandals. Men wore skirts. The children’s games were made out of rocks. Only the very ricj could even think of going into the jewelry store. Furniture was equally expensive. If I there were malls in ancient Egypt and I lived back then, I don’t think I would be going to the mall unless I were very rich.
My personal reaction to what I learned
Information Literacy Indicators (AASL):
3.3.4 Create products that apply to authentic, real-world contexts.
4.d Use creative and artistic formats to express personal response to information and ideas.
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EXIT TICKET Individually write down what you learned about ancient Egyptian life after having viewed each group’s mall. Use complete sentences with transitions.