68 Elias on Aprocots and Recipes from the Middle East

October 30, 2017

68 Elias on Aprocots and Recipes from the Middle East. Elias discusses the delicacy, sweetnener, and history of apricots.

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67 Ronan on Iron

October 30, 2017

Ronan discussess the advance of iron and in its many applciations, both historic and modern.

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66 How to Write a Great DBQ Document Based Question Response Guide

October 26, 2017

What is a DBQ, or document based question? How can I approach writing a successful response to a DBQ? This video is a short guide to writing outstanding, passing DBQs, by organizing your thoughts, underlining key quotes, addressing the question, staying focused, and writing an excellent conclusion.

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65 Will Reports on Using Linen as Paper

October 25, 2017

65 Will Reports on Using Linen as Paper. 7th Grade edition of the Hauger History Podcast, reporting on inventions and innovation of the Middle East.

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64 Messi and Zory Interview Gilgamesh

October 25, 2017

Occasionally we have special guests in our classroom studio. Today is exceptional, as Messi and Zoey managed to bring the world's first superhero, Gilgamesh, into our classroom for a rare interview.

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63 Jessica on the History of Artichokes

October 24, 2017

63 Jessica on the History of Artichokes

7th Grader Jessica finds "roots" of artichokes in Middle Eastern culture. A one minute report on artichokes.

 

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62 Will on the invention of Paper in Islamic Nations

October 23, 2017
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Will reports on the invention of paper

October 23, 2017

62 Will reports on the invention of paper.

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61 Sarah Reports on Advances in Medicine from Islamic Nations

October 23, 2017

61 Sarah Reports on Advances in Medicine from Islamic Nations 800-1000 CE. Sarah talks about innovation, treatment, and advances from Islamic Nations and their work to advance the field of medicine.

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60 Felicity on Calligraphy

October 23, 2017

A brief history of calligraphy from the feather pen to modern carpets. Created by 7th grader Felicity.

 

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59 Jack Discusses Islamic Astronomy Innovation in 1 Minute

October 20, 2017

59 Jack Discusses Islamic Astronomy Innovation in 1 Minute. He talks about Mideival discovery, mythology, and the origins of astronomy.

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