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1 Do Now What is the social structure in Ancient Egypt? What role did religion play in Ancient Egypt? Who are some important gods in Ancient Egypt? _______________________________

2 Quiz 6.2.3 Please write your quiz answers in your notebook of paper and a pencil to prepare for your quiz.

3 Quiz Egypt Date: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

4 Today’s Agenda!! Gods projects Presentations Review Quiz

5 Ms. Farooq--Semester 2, Week 21
1. Religion was based on tradition, which means they do things over and over again. #1 Ms. Farooq--Semester 2, Week 21 Ancient Egyptian religion was strongly influenced by tradition, which caused the Egyptian people to A. Resist change in their society B. Rule freely based on religious beliefs C. Transfer political power to the priests D. Build pyramids and monuments to their pharaohs 2. These are both untrue about Egyptians a 3. Although we know this is true, Egyptians did not build pyramids or monuments because of tradition, they did it because the pharaohs asked them to. To answer this question: Figure out what the question is asking Cross out answers that we know are incorrect Think about everything you learned and what makes sense

6 Ms. Farooq--Semester 2, Week 21
#2 -Many of you asked what “prominent” means. This means important, but even if you did not know, you still could have easily answered the question. -The Egyptians strong belief in all EXCEPT…this means the one thing they DID NOT believe in!! The prominent religious traditions of ancient Egyptian people were their strong belief in all of the following except A. Divine kingship B. Monotheism C. The afterlife D. Polytheism b

7 Ms. Farooq--Semester 2, Week 21
What could you have remembered in order to answer this question?? Think about the pharaohs role in society. #3 Egypt’s king A. Served as a link between the divine and common people B rarely participated in religious rituals C. Served the committee of gods that elected him D. Inherited the throne through marriage The pharaoh was the person who was in charge of taking care of the religion. He was known as a god-king, so he joined religion with the rest of society. a

8 Ms. Farooq--Semester 2, Week 21
#4 Ms. Farooq--Semester 2, Week 21 This is not true. Egyptians traded a lot, and they loved gold and ivory for jewelry!! Egyptian religion was so much a part of the Egyptian way of life that the people of Egypt A. Were unconcerned with the acquisition of material goods or riches B. Worshiped their leaders in ceremonies conducted three times each day C. Interpreted every occurrence as a result of natural and supernatural forces D. Only mummified religious leaders who were considered gods This is not true. We never talked about daily ceremonies. This is not true. Pharaohs and wealthy people were the main people mummified. c True!! Egyptians believed that every occurrence was because of the gods. Floods, storms, births, deaths, etc.

9 Ms. Farooq--Semester 2, Week 21
#5 When archaeologists studied cemeteries, they learned that A. Most people died defending their community B. Cities had different social groups C. Religion was not important in the peoples’ lives D. Only the wealthy were buried in cemeteries c Only pharaohs and very wealthy people could be mummified and buried in pyramids. They found gold and goods with them. Most of the common people were simply buried in the sand. This shows historians that there were different social classes in Egypt, which is something we already know!! All this question is asking is, what did historians learn when they saw how people were buried. What do we know about burials in Egypt??

10 Today’s Agenda!! GRAPES for Egypt and Hebrews
Venn Diagram for Egypt and Hebrews Greek Mythology and English Standards Presentation

11 GRAPES We have completed GRAPES for Early Humans and Mesopotamia.
Today, I want you to spend some time completing GRAPES for Egypt and Hebrews, which will help you remember the key information in the long run. I will pass out a graphic organizer that has two sets of GRAPES. Let’s review what GRAPES is one more time before you do it…

12 Ms. Farooq--Semester 2, Week 21
G Geography Examples: mountains, rivers, desert, oceans, protected by hills R Religion Examples: monotheistic, polytheistic, had priests who were a large part of society, believed gods were responsible for everything A Achievements Examples: created writing, had pottery, made jewelry, created pyramids P Politics (Government) Examples: had kings as leaders, had a democracy, pharaohs were in charge of government E Economy Examples: Did they use trade? Did they use money to buy goods? S Social Structure Examples: had five social classes, people could not move social classes, kings were at the top Stress that these are just examples!!

13 Venn Diagram On the back of your GRAPES sheet, you have a Venn diagram. You will find the similarities and differences between the Egyptian civilization and Hebrew civilization!! We will check our answers for both GRAPES and the Venn Diagram in about 30 minutes!!

14 Reading Comprehension
As you know, improving our reading comprehension helps us a lot in history. Today, we will further build our comprehension skills, while being introduced to our new unit. These skills will not only help us in history, but they will also be a review of what you have learned in English (characters, theme, etc.)

15 Greek Myths Our next unit is Ancient Greece.
Greek people had a lot of myths. A myth is a legendary story, usually about a hero or event, that describes some part of nature. It can also deal with the gods. We will talk more about myths when you learn about Ancient Greece, but today, you are going to be able to read and learn about one!!

16 Ms. Farooq--Semester 2, Week 21
Greek Myth Project You are going to be in groups of four. In this group, I will give you a Greek myth to read. You will take turns reading, and you will fill out a graphic organizer, in which you identify the following: Characters Setting Plot (the main events of the myth) Theme (or lesson learned) If we have extra time, you will get to present your myth, so everyone can learn about it!! 

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