2Social Pyramid:a drawing of a pyramid shape with levels showing how social classes are positioned above and below one another regarding power and rights in the society
3See History Alive Interactive Notebook p. 65 See History Alive Interactive Notebook p. 65. Create a social pyramid for our school.
4Copy Egypt’s Social Pyramid (p Copy Egypt’s Social Pyramid (p of History Alive Student Workbook)Read p in History Alive to fill out pyramid and write four things about each social class.
5The pharaoh was at the top of Egypt’s social pyramid The pharaoh was at the top of Egypt’s social pyramid. Moving down the pyramid, what is the order of the classes listed below, from highest to lowest?(1) Artisans(2) Government officials(3) Peasants(4) Priests(5) Scribes2, 5, 4, 1, 32, 4, 5, 1, 34, 5, 2, 3, 11, 2, 4, 5, 3
8Each Student will be assigned a Pharaoh: Ahmose I, Hapshetsut, King Tut, Akhenaton, Thutmose III, Ramses II, Cleopatra and using research (texts and ipads) develop a biography of their respective pharaoh which includes:Years reignedYear of birth and deathAccomplishmentsBattles and conquestsFamily membersHow they maintained order while in powerDeathAny other significant informationDraw a visual representation