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  1. As a teacher of 10th grade world history, I am always looking for ways for students to engage with various maps and elements of geography. Each map offers students the opportunity to engage with various geographical, political, and historic elements, but also includes questions that require students to use information from the map.

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    • Marvin Scott
    • Spring Arbor/Ingram
    • Perfect Paperback
  2. There are 35 map activities in all - each with a research and instruction sheet and a map to be completed, that span history from "Ancient Near East" to "Africa: The New Nations". Some maps are examples of historic concepts and terms. The map of Africa in 1914, for example, is a vivid portrayal of the concept of imperialism.

    • Walch Publishing
    • $20.5
    • 7-12
  3. Answering these questions requires a solid knowledge of world geography. Packed with activities and 35 ready-to-use reproducible maps, this resource features 70 units to help teens understand the role of physical geography in global history. 140 pages, softcover from Walch. World History Map Activities (9780825128806) by Marvin Scott

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    • $20.49
  4. World History Map Activities. Item #: 16705. Marvin Scott. ISBN: 9780825128803. Ready-to-use reproducible maps and activities will help your student gain a better grasp of history. Covers all the major events and empires through the ages. Sample.

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  6. WORLD HISTORY MAP ACTIVITIES. Select your Materials. Book with reproducible activities Downloadable version. $ 26.00. Order Code: JWW718 ISBN : 9780825128806. Quantity. Add to cart.

    • 6-12
    • 140
    • 9780.8B
    • J. Weston Walch
  7. Ideas for teaching world history with maps are also included. The thirty-five chapters cover most of the globe including Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, Europe and Asia. Time wise they run from the earliest civilizations about five thousand years ago to the last decade of the twentieth century.

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