PlanIt - History UKS2 - Early Islamic Civilisation Lesson 1: The Importance of Baghdad Lesson Pack

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PlanIt - History UKS2 - Early Islamic Civilisation Lesson 1: The Importance of Baghdad Lesson Pack

PlanIt - History UKS2 - Early Islamic Civilisation Lesson 1: The Importance of Baghdad Lesson Pack - In this lesson children learn all about life in Baghdad during the early Islamic civilisation. They will explore how the location and geographical features of Baghdad helped it to thrive. The children will compare life in Baghdad with life in London circa AD 900 and write a letter in role as a citizen of Baghdad to describe what it was like to live there.
This zip file contains:
  • Activity Sheet Learning and Living in Baghdad Editable [DOC]
  • Activity Sheet Learning and Living in Baghdad [PDF]
  • Activity Sheet The Importance of Baghdad Editable [DOC]
  • Activity Sheet The Importance of Baghdad [PDF]
  • Activity Sheet The Islamic Empire and Europe Comparison Editable [DOC]
  • Activity Sheet The Islamic Empire and Europe Comparison [PDF]
  • Thumbs [DB]
  • The Importance of Baghdad Summary Sheet A3 [PDF]
  • The Importance of Baghdad Summary Sheet A4 [PDF]
  • The Importance of Baghdad Summary Sheet Colour A3 [PDF]
  • The Importance of Baghdad Summary Sheet Colour A4 [PDF]
  • #Lesson Plan The Importance of Baghdad [PDF]
  • #Lesson Presentation The Importance of Baghdad [PPT]
  • #Success Criteria Grids The Importance of Baghdad [PDF]
  • #Unit Overview [PDF]
  • #PlanIt User Guide [PDF]

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