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Unit 0: Rules, Procedures & Themes

Nigeria: Global Studies Units and Lesson Plans from the World Affairs Council

Lesson 2.2 Muslim Empire (Layered Curriculum Day 2)

Foundations of American Government

The Need for Laws

Fish Mummy Overview

In this activity, students will re-enact the steps of Egyptian mummification on a fish. This activity is wonderful to do when they are studying Ancient Egypt in Social Studies!

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Lesson plan - fish mummy

by Christine Mytko

This plan describes the procedures and objectives of the fish mummy lesson. (Overview can be found at http://www.curriki.org/xwiki/xwiki/view/Coll_cmytko/FishMummy)
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This sheet gives background information on the rituals and procedures involved with Egyptian mummification.
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Fish mummy plan sheet

by Christine Mytko

This sheet will help students prepare for and divide up tasks for fish mummification.
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This is the plan sheet handed out to students before the fish mummification. This attachments has proper formatting.
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Fish anatomy diagram

by Christine Mytko

A diagram of a generalized fish anatomy.
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Canopic Jar information

by Christine Mytko

This handout describes the gods depicted on each of the four canopic jars.
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Fish Mummy packet

by Christine Mytko

This packet should be filled out weekly by each student. It contains areas for both qualitative and quanitative observations, as well as a weekly self reflection.
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Each week, I typed up that week's particular instructions. I put these sheets in a plastic page protector, since student workspaces tended to get very messy.
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For the students who do not want to mummify a fish for ethical reasons, here is a procedure for apple mummification.
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