Egyptian Society

Scribes and Governors by pjaisaac on GoAnimate

Laborers/farmers video by irosenthal on GoAnimate

Mac & PC Priest Conversation by sellenby on GoAnimate

noble by leisenbachbudner on GoAnimate

Egyptian Priests by ikamineni on GoAnimate

Scribes of Ancient Egypt by wsweek on GoAnimate

Nobles by stalyansky on GoAnimate

Artisans and Skilled Workers by ecohn-rozansky on GoAnimate

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Early Human Species

Using the Human Origins exhibit of the Smithsonian Museum (available on-line), students researched specific Early Human Species. They then wrote a short speech as if they were the species describing his or her history and unique characteristics. They recorded this speech and connected it to an image using Blabberize.com. Take a look at our animated ancestors; they are listed by age starting with the oldest and ending with modern humans (also known as Homo Sapiens).

Sahelanthropus Tchadensis

Joaquin


Orrorin Tugenensis

Abby M.


Ardipithecus Kadabba

Sofia


Ardipithecus Ramidus

Zevi


Australopithecus Anamensis

Roni


Australopithecus Afarensis

Sam


Australopithecus Garhi

Mitchell

Paranthropus Aethiopicus

Karly


Australopithecus Africanus

Lev


Homo Rudolfensis

Seth


Australopithecus Sediba

Isaac V.


Homo Habilis

Ryan


Paranthropus Robustus

Isaac R


Paranthropus Boisei

Abby G.


Homo Heidelbergensis

Jesse


Homo Erectus

Ishaan


Homo Neanderthalensis

Lily


Homo Floresiensis

Joshua


Homo Floresiensis

William


Homo Sapiens

Eli


Homo Sapiens

Tali


Teacher Example

Australopithecus Garhi
Ms. C-R





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