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Chief Powhatan’s Address to Captain John Smith
- Chief Powhatan
In the “Address to Captain John Smith,” Chief Powhatan discusses the current violent relationship between English settlers and the Powhatan people.Pair “Chief Powhatan’s Address to Captain John Smith” with “The Inca: Engineering an Empire” and ask students to discuss the ideas of conquest and colonization presented in both texts. How were these two civilizations invaded and conquered by others? How does Chief Powhatan’s plea compare to the events depicted in “The Inca: Engineering an Empire?”
In “Egypt’s Pyramids,” this informational text explores the motives behind the construction of the ancient Egyptian pyramids, both for religious reasons and for glorification of their pharaohs.Pair “Egypt’s Pyramids” with “The Inca: Engineering an Empire” and ask students to compare the architectural accomplishments of these two civilizations. How did the impressive buildings produced by these civilizations contribute to their societies? Why and how were they constructed?
- Linda Pastan
Linda Pastan’s “Egg” requires students to examine how a simple egg can symbolize more complex ideas in our world.Pair “Egg” with “The Inca: Engineering an Empire” as a case study and ask students to analyze the history of the Inca empire in the context of the themes of Pastan’s poem.