… spatial organization, and location of some of the major regions in the world. Sixth grade students are given the opportunity to study some ancient civilizations. This instructional unit seeks to provide social studies instruction as a component of world history in relation to district instructional goals and common … social studies.
Discipline of Study
Given the focus of the instructional unit, the discipline of study is 6th grade World History, Geography and ancient Civilization. This is an important discipline of study since a deeper understanding of historical issues helps to develop a deeper understanding of social … of social justice standards and issues facing African American/minority community. In this regard, students will make connections on the role and impact of ancient civilizations on the development and growth of African American/minority community. These connections help to create a suitable foundation for development and understanding social studies … in the module……
Archdiocese of Santa Fe. (2011). Social Studies Curriculum. Retrieved April 27, 2020, from https://asfcatholicschools.org/documents/2016/1/Social%20Studies%206th.pdf
This publication provides an overview of world history and geography as part of social studies curriculum for 6th grade students. It provides an outline of learning outcomes and assessments/strategies that can be employed in a 6th grade history class. These strategies, assessments, and learning outcomes are developed in line with common standards and based on what students at this grade level should achieve by the end of the unit. It was utilized to determine suitable strategies, assessments and learning outcomes to incorporate for the success of this unit.
Blake, C. (2020). Teaching Social Justice in Theory and Practice. Retrieved April 27, 2020, from https://resilienteducator.com/classroom-resources/teaching-social-justice/
This article examines the process of teaching social justice in relation to existing theory and best practices. The author examines how classrooms are designed to be avenues for social change by promoting learning of new ideas. This article was used to identify a contemporary educational theme in diversity and social justice. The identified theme was utilized to shape the unit content and teaching strategies.
California Department of Education. (2000). History – Social Science Content Standards for California Public Schools: Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve. Retrieved from California Department of Education website: https://www.cde.ca.gov/be/st/ss/documents/histsocscistnd.pdf
The publication provides an overview of standards relating to the study of history and social science from kindergarten to grade twelve. Standards are used as the premise for shaping learning content, expectations, and outcomes for students in different grades. Insights from this publication was used to shape learning content, expectation, outcomes, and strategies for this instructional unit.
edCount. (2014). World History and Geography: Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt, and Ancient Israel. Retrieved from Tennessee State Government website: https://www.tn.gov/content/dam/tn/education/tcap/TCAP_ALT_SS_module_grade6_module1_wld_hist_geo_meso_egypt_israel.pdf
The article examines grade 6 topic on world history and geography in relation to common standards. The author reviews different subject areas relating to this topic including ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia and ancient Israel. Through this review, the publication seeks to enhance knowledge of grade-appropriate social studies concepts, skills, and knowledge. The publication was used to identify relevant knowledge, skills and social studies concepts relating to this instructional unit.
Analysis of The Epic of Gilgamesh
The Epic of Gilgamesh is one of the few great literatures that survived the ruin of ancient civilizations, more particularly the ancient Mesopotamia. It is a poem that tells the story of two great heroes, friendship, adventure, and the gods. Comprised of twelves tablets, each … heroes “Gilgamesh and Enkidu”, their relationship, the actions of the gods, and the overall significance of this Epic—as regarding its depiction of the ancient Mesopotamian civilization.
Gilgamesh and Enkidu
Gilgamesh was the first character, of the two, to be introduced. In the introduction, Gilgamesh was described as … In the introduction, Gilgamesh was described as one who had exceptional qualities that transcends that of mere men. He had esoteric wisdom of ancient things (Abusch 615), the strength of many men, and the pomposity that is often common in men of extreme capacity. It is also … even……
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Christman, J. \\\\\\\\\\\\"The Gilgamesh Complex: The Quest for Death Transcendence and the Killing of Animals.\\\\\\\\\\\\" Society & Animals, vol. 16, 2008, pp. 297-315, doi:10.1163/156853008x357649. Retrieved from: sci-hub.tw/10.1163/156853008X357649
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George, Andrew R. \\\\\\\\\\\\"The Mayfly on the River: Individual and collective destiny in the Epic of Gilgamesh.\\\\\\\\\\\\" KASKAL: Rivista di storia, ambienti e culture del Vicino Oriente Antico, vol. 9, 2012, pp. 227-242. Retrieved from: https://eprints.soas.ac.uk/15817/1/Kaskal_9%20227-242%20George.pdf
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Kline, J. \\\\\\\\\\\\"The Oldest Story, the Oldest Fear, the Oldest Fool: The Religious Dimension ofThe Epic of Gilgamesh.\\\\\\\\\\\\" Jung Journal, vol. 10, no.2, 2016, 24 – 36, doi:10.1080/19342039.2016.1157411. Retrieved from: https://sci-hub.tw/https://doi.org/10.1080/19342039.2016.1157411
… your essay become more organized and easy to read.
A. The concept of servant leadership can actually be traced back to ancient China but the term “servant leadership” was coined by Robert Greenleaf in 1970 (Wesson, 2017).
B. Servant leadership refers to placing the needs … rise to a number of theories that have informed subsequent organizational behavior. Several of the prevailing theories of leadership trace their roots to ancient civilizations and their models of governance. For example, the concept of servant leadership can actually be traced back to ancient China even though the term “servant leadership” was coined by Robert Greenleaf in 1970 (Wesson, 2017). Servant leadership refers to placing the needs ……
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...Ancient civilizations One of the most ubiquitous features of human culture, myth relies on storytelling as its primary vehicles. As a type of storytelling, myth depends on symbolism, which is why the substantive nature of a myth remains the same even when the details of the story may change or assume new meaning when it is applied to another society or historical epoch. The cross-cultural study of myths may explore similarities and differences between the overarching narratives told in different societies. Or, focusing on one society, an anthropologist might demonstrate how myth functions as a means of perpetuating the norms and values that bind together members of the community. Moreover, anthropologists study the way myth embeds itself into dimensions of culture such as art, music, language, or politics. Myth embodies meaning, adding tremendous weight to the differentiation between the sacred and profane aspects of life. Ultimately, myth is integral to the construction……
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… assumes a pro death penalty stance. The arguments in favor of the death penalty include the following. First, the death penalty stems from ancient traditions that define American culture and society. Second, the death penalty encourages respect for the law and possibly prevents some crimes from being … echoed in the Bible, which is why the principle of retributive justice seems embedded into the fabric of American culture and consciousness.
Its ancient roots are not a sufficient reason to retain the death penalty. Many modern countries have in fact abolished the death penalty on various ……
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… could contribute to influencing people for centuries. The classic example of this is Socrates, who was put to death for his ideas in ancient Athens. His ideas live on to this day, and continue to have influence. This shows the value of words as a powerful source ……
… schools need to be reformed by focusing on character education, and the way to do that is to use the methods of the ancient—Aristotle and Plato—to help students learn more both about themselves and about their roles and duties in the world. This paper will show that … literature that nourished generations of Westerners for hundreds of years. They are not being taught the noble ideas or the philosophy of the ancient. They are not permitted to ask questions, to be inquisitive, to challenge ideas or the establishment ideologies that are so obviously oppressive. And ……
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