Presentation on theme: "6 – W3.1.3 DESCRIBE SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES AMONG MAYAN, AZTEC, AND INCAN SOCIETIES, INCLUDING ECONOMY, RELIGION, AND ROLE AND CLASS STRUCTURE. By."— Presentation transcript:
6 – W3.1.3 DESCRIBE SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES AMONG MAYAN, AZTEC, AND INCAN SOCIETIES, INCLUDING ECONOMY, RELIGION, AND ROLE AND CLASS STRUCTURE. By Kimmy Denys
Books Describes pictures and facts explaining the day to day life of the Aztecs The Mayan culture is explained in pictures and maps. They explain what we can still visit today and what explorers have learned so far from them. Discovery Kids magazine is full of resources. They have a variety of ancient societies explained.
Poetry O Lord fortunate, happy, victorious Wiracocha: Before you stand your servants and the poor to whom you have given life and put in their places: Let them be happy and blessed with their children and descendants; let them not fall into veiled dangers Inca PoetryAztec Poetry With flowers You paint, O Giver of Life! With songs You give color, with songs You shade those who will live on the earth. Later You will destroy eagles and tigers: we live only in Your painting here, on the earth. With black ink You will blot out all that was friendship, brotherhood, nobility. You give shading to those who will live on the earth. We live only in Your book of paintings, here on the earth. Mayan Poetry Remember you are the seed that quickens itself to wakefulness taking root. Reach. Nurture. In simple receptiveness, be present with your dream. Offer clear intent, Receive the golden wisdom of the sun and fertile Earth in nourishment, that you may bring the glowing, vital force into visible form!
Music RDQ – Central American men explain the Mayan legend and the music they play (start 15 sec) RDQ 0I Aztec Music (start 1 min) 0I s Incan music (start 50 sec) s
Art and Culture Aztec Poetry Pottery Religion Sculptures Costumes Incan Weaving Architecture Pottery Metalwork Mayan Sculpture Painting Pottery Music
Video Mayan Pyramid in Guatemala 8http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=voY8jNcuGe 8 (start at 1 min) Aztec culture and survival 54 Incan civilization RqU
Websites books/education/incas-mayas-and-aztecs books/education/incas-mayas-and-aztecs Pictures and FAQs answered about all aspects of each culture inca.php inca.php Wide variety of information for all 3 civilizations
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