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The IncaThis South American "First Nation" group is investigated as part of the Cycle II curriculum in order to provide students with the means to compare & contrast pre- & post-European intervention life of the aboriginal groups of the Americas.
General Information and Examples of Approaches to teaching the Inca:
Big Myth - Inca Creation Story
Ms Hos-McGrane's Grade 6 Social Studies Class Inca Project
Lists many Inca resources available on the Internet and includes an extensive project developed by grade 6 students:
The Civilization of the Incas by Alex H., Ashley-Britt H. & Jae Min A.
Mrs. Ackermann's 6th Grade WWW Project - The Civilization of the Incas
Springbrook Elementary - Museum of Ancient Civilizations in the Americas
A gallery of student work about the Inca.
Timeline - From pre-columbian South America to the Rise and Fall of The INCA
Geographical info on the Inca homelands
Ice Treasures of the Inca @nationalgeographic.com - An Interactive Expedition with Johan Reinhard http://www.nationalgeographic.com/features/96/mummy/
Climb Peru's Mount Ampato following the path of the ancient Inca in a re-creation of an actual expedition that took place in 1995.
The Inca Trail and Machu Picchu
The real Inca Trail is a walking route that leads through the mountains above the Urubamba river, following (at least partly) the course of an old Inca roadway leading to the city of Machu Picchu. Discover it virtually through this website which includes many photographs and an interactive map.
Ice Mummies of the Inca - NOVA - PBS
In September 1996, high-altitude archaeologist Johan Reinhard led an expedition to the summit of Sara Sara in Peru in search of frozen sacrificial mummies.
Inca cultural info:
The Incas - Art and Culture: A pictoral tribute to the Incas and their ancestors
Descendants of the Incas
Descendants Of The Incas fulfills one of the major goals of the Center For Traditional Textiles
of Cusco, Peru: to share information about the rich culture of Inca people living today near the
city of Cusco, once the capital of the Inca empire.
Un pas dans l'histoire
Ce site animé explique l’arrivée des Amérindiens en Amérique et propose des extraits de musique traditionnelle. Les enseignants y trouveront une idée d’activité multidisciplinaire intitulée «Une belle sculpture».
Yahoo Kids directory of sites on Incas
BooksHere are some suggested books which illustrate some aspects of Inca culture, history & geography. These books, written for the reading level of students aged 8 to 12, include:
48 pages - hardcover - $26.95
Mikaya Press, New York (2000)
48 pages paperback - $7.95
Publisher: n.a. (Feb. 1985)
Aztec, Inca & Maya (Eyewitness series)
64 pages hardcover - $18.95
Publisher: DK Publishing
Step into the Inca World
64 pages paperback - $17.95
Publisher: Lorenz Publishing
32 pages paperback - $7.95
Publisher: Barrons Juvenile
48 pages paperback - $11.95
Publisher: Franklin Watts
These books are available from various booksellers.