Ancient Egypt (Inquiry-Based Learning Series)

Author: Adrian Puckering Publisher: HTAV Length: 42pp plus CD Item number: 1043 ISBN: 978 1 875585 92 2 AU $55.00 (incl GST)


What did Ancient Egyptians believe about life and death?

A complete blackline master unit of work for teachers.

This unit examines life and death in Ancient Egypt. It uses a range of primary and secondary sources to address the following inquiry questions:

  • What was the meaning of life and death in Ancient Egypt?
  • How were dead bodies treated?
  • What have uncovered tombs revealed?
  • Who ran ancient Egypt?
  • Were ancient Egyptians treated better in death than in life?


  • Primary source documents and images
  • Historical context
  • Learning objectives and outcomes
  • Stimulating inquiry questions
  • Step-by-step lessons that can be followed or adapted
  • Activities for a range of learning styles
  • Assessment tasks
  • CD of sources for easy printing


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