Students asked if they know any famous river the world. Teacher will explain that there are four famous civilizations in world and Ancient China is one of them. Huang He played the important role Chinese civilization in the river’s drainage basin is often called the 'Cradle of Civilization’ because it was the first area civilized by people in northern China and it was also the most prosperous area in early Chinese history.
Teacher will provide student a photo about Yellow River and ask students to use Google cardboard paired with a smart phone watch 3D videos Yellow River and how it important to life of people in Ancient China.
Then the class will conduct online research via Google or online libraries about some facts about Huang He (Yellow river) by iPads.
Teacher requires students to write down one historical fact about Huang He such as the settlement of people, trading and commercial activities and some disasters occurred in this river that makes significant to Ancient China world. Students are then asked to work as groups to share their understanding of this module to peers.
Finally, the class will conduct a five question multiple-choice test about the facts of Yellow River and the settlement of people around this river. Teacher then check students answer and cultivate results then concludes the lesson, give feedbacks and answer students further questions.
Teacher will explain that every place in the world has different social systems, law religion and way of living and why this is the case.
Sequence of teaching: IPad 's (for LayAR books) and printed books.
Class is divided into two main groups. Teacher first reads out the printed book about the content before introdu...
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After working in-group, students will select representatives to conduct short presentations what they have learnt about the construction of Great Wall of China and the information of Qin Dynasty
In this lesson, teacher will remind students about what they have learnt from last lesson about Qin dynasty.
Teacher initially will require students to watch a video about the Emperor Qin who conspired as the first emperor and extremely powerful Chinese History. Students later will asked to colour a picture of a Terracotta Army, and then use Quiver app in the iPads to explore the story behind Terracotta Army and Qin’s tomb.
In the end of lesson 4, students are required to write a short paper about 100 words to reflect their understanding of the attributions of Emperor Qin Shi Huang in the ancient China world.
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