PlanIt - History UKS2 - Early Islamic Civilisation Lesson 3: Discovery and Learning Lesson Pack

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PlanIt - History UKS2 - Early Islamic Civilisation Lesson 3: Discovery and Learning Lesson Pack - learning, Razi, medicine, surgery, Al-Zahrawi, Islam
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PlanIt - History UKS2 - Early Islamic Civilisation Lesson 3: Discovery and Learning Lesson Pack

PlanIt - History UKS2 - Early Islamic Civilisation Lesson 3: Discovery and Learning Lesson Pack - In this lesson the children find out all about some significant Muslim scholars. The main focus of the lesson is on the development of medicine and a closer look at the lives of two influential Muslim doctors, R?z? and Al-Zahrawi. There is a differentiated comprehension activity, a medicine game and the opportunity to research some other significant Muslim inventions, such as the camera obscura.
This zip file contains:
  • #Unit Overview [PDF]
  • Activity Sheet Comparing Treatments Editable [DOC]
  • Activity Sheet Comparing Treatments [PDF]
  • Activity Sheet Influence on Modern Medicine Editable [DOC]
  • Activity Sheet Influence on Modern Medicine [PDF]
  • Activity Sheet Significant Islamic Inventions Editable [DOC]
  • Activity Sheet Significant Islamic Inventions [PDF]
  • Thumbs [DB]
  • HA Activity Sheet Significant Islamic Scholars Comprehension [PDF]
  • LA Activity Sheet Significant Islamic Scholars Comprehension [PDF]
  • MA Activity Sheet Significant Islamic Scholars Comprehension [PDF]
  • Thumbs [DB]
  • #Lesson Plan Discovery and Learning [PDF]
  • #Lesson Presentation Discovery and Learning [PPT]
  • #PlanIt User Guide [PDF]
  • #Success Criteria Grids Discovery and Learning [PDF]

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