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Text over illustration of sky and clouds - Time4Learning and Fun for everyone: Online education for PreK-12th
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Imperial History of the Middle East  (M,O)
This 90 second video shows visually who has controlled the Middle East over the course of history.

Middle East Maps & Printables  (Y,M)
From Enchanted Learning

Geography: An Ancient and Modern Crossroads  (M,O,T)
PBS lesson about the Middle East

Teaching the Middle East  (M,O,T)
From the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, Teaching the Middle East is organized into modules, each with an introductory essay, "Framing the Issues" and "Examining Sterotypes" sections, an extensive image bank, and more. The site is very easy to use with well thought out organization.

7 Top Classroom Resources for Teaching Syria  (O,T)
Help your students understand the situation in Syria and what role the U.S. may play in its future with these resources, including an article, four lesson plans, a resource page and a cheat sheet.

Mr. Donn's Middle East Resources  (O,T)

Daily Life in the Middle East  (O)
National Geographic Xpeditions lesson that focuses on the people of Iraq

Middle East: Map & Geography Information  (M,O,T)

Dawn  (M,O,T)
Online version of the Pakistani English language newspaper

Al Jazeera  (O,T)
Online English language version of the popular Middle Eastern TV station

Islam  (Y,M,O)
An excellent resource from PBS that explores the history and practice of Islam

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