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The Rise and Fall of the Aztec Civilization

5 Lessons

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  • Materials Needed:
  • "The Aztec Empire" board game (can be created by the teacher)
  • The Aztec Empire-themed flashcards with key terms (can include pictures and key terms related to the Industrial Revolution)
  • Computers or tablets with internet access
  • A Video Remote Interpreting (VRI) service if the teacher of deaf pupils is not fluent in American Sign Language(ASL)


  • Web Resources :


  • Outcomes : Understanding the origin of the Aztec Empire, its development and reasons for its collapse.

What Will I Learn?

  • Objectives : To enable students to understand how the Aztec Empire came into be-ing, developed and why it collapsed.
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