Social Studies - Gr.8.3 - Spanish and Aztecs

Worldviews in Conflict:The Spanish and the Aztecs Gen. Outcome: Through an examination of Spanish and Aztec societies, students will demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of how intercultural contact affects the worldviews of societies. (from Alberta Education)
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An account of the travels of the Spanish explorer Cabeza de Vaca through Texas and Mexico from 1528 through 1536, looking particularly at his relations with the native people with whom he shared his journeys.

An account of the travels of the Spanish explorer Cabeza de Vaca through Texas and Mexico from 1528 through looking particularly at his relations with the native people with whom he shared his journeys.

FICTION:During the Spanish Inquisition 15-year-old scribe Ramon must hide the family's secret that they are conversos: Jews converted to Christianity.

The end of the Golden Age of Spain is presented in free verse from the perspective of Ramon, a converso (Jew who converted to Christianity) and Amir, a Mudejar (Muslim living under Christian rule).

Cities of Blood takes readers inside the amazing traditions and gory rituals of the Olmecs, Mayas, and Aztecs of pre-Columbian civilization.

Cities of Blood takes readers inside the amazing traditions and gory rituals of the Olmecs, Mayas, and Aztecs of pre-Columbian civilization.

Introduction -- Commoners, nobles, and rulers -- Warriors -- Priests and scholars -- Merchants and craftspeople -- Farmers -- Housekeepers, cooks, and weavers -- The legacy of the ancient Aztecs.

Introduction -- Commoners, nobles, and rulers -- Warriors -- Priests and scholars -- Merchants and craftspeople -- Farmers -- Housekeepers, cooks, and weavers -- The legacy of the ancient Aztecs.

Nezahualcoyotl was a brilliant poet, architect and engineer. After reclaiming the throne stolen by his enemies, the Poet King became a great ruler who built palaces, libraries, aqueducts and gardens. Though he endured many tragedies, his poetry brought him comfort and secured his reputation as a literary master. Nezahualcoyotl's amazing life and achievements are related here in a unique combination of biography and poetry.

Nezahualcoyotl was a brilliant poet, architect and engineer. After reclaiming the throne stolen by his enemies, the Poet King became a great ruler who built palaces, libraries, aqueducts and gardens. Though he endured many tragedies, his poetry brought him comfort and secured his reputation as a literary master. Nezahualcoyotl's amazing life and achievements are related here in a unique combination of biography and poetry.

Yoatl, a 12-year-old Aztec boy living in 1519 tells of his terror as a novice warrior. He meets the pale, hairy-faced strangers who arrive from across the sea with their powerful weapons. Includes information about the Aztec life and customs.

Yoatl, a Aztec boy living in 1519 tells of his terror as a novice warrior. He meets the pale, hairy-faced strangers who arrive from across the sea with their powerful weapons. Includes information about the Aztec life and customs.

A spectacular and informative guide to the rise and fall of the pre-Columbian cultures of the Aztecs, Incas, and Mayas, who built vast empires and left behind a legacy of mystery and wonder. Amazing color photographs offer children a unique "eyewitness" view of these incredible civilizations.

Aztec, Inca and Maya (DK Eyewitness Books Series)

This definitive reference offers enthralling insights into the art and architecture, myths and legends, and everyday life of the people of Mexico and Central America.

The Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Aztec & Maya: The Definitive Chronicle Of The Ancient Peoples Of Mexico & Central America - Including The Aztec, Maya, Olmec, Mixtec, Toltec & Zapotec Used Book in Good Condition

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