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The Middle Ages: The Crusades Discuss this eTheme.

This site provides provides informational articles, presentations in PowerPoint format and short videos about the Crusades. Interactive games, designing shields and self-directed activities are given. One of the activities involves students in discovering how the Crusades led to improved trade with other countries. Includes eThemes Resources on The Crusades.

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  • 6,
  • 7,
  • 8

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Learn more about the crusades, including the beginning of the crusades, origin of the crusades, the first crusade, crusaders of the 13th century, other crusades, and consequences and conclusions.
This is part 1 of a documentary of the crusades produced by the History Channel. NOTE: This site includes a discussion board. (forum, message board, etc.)
This is part 2 of a documentary of the crusades produced by the History Channel. NOTE: This site includes a discussion board. (forum, message board, etc.)
This ten minute video explains the origin of The Crusades and how they extended trade, medical techniques, and travel.
This site provides detailed information on all the Crusades and their impact on Europe and Middle East. NOTE: This site contains ads.
Use this link for information on The Crusades and it's effects on exploration and trade. Additional links provide presentations in PowerPoint format, interactive games, and video clips. NOTE: This site contains ads.
Engage students with research and interactive activities about the Crusades. Complete lessons direct students to understand the role of the Crusades in finding new routes for products.
This site provides research and background information about The Crusades.
Use the Kidepede articles for research and background information on the Crusades. NOTE: This site has ads.
Learn about "wars of the cross" or the crusades led by Christian world against Muslims between the XI and XIV centuries. Find out why medieval knights went to recover the Holy Land. Learn also about Islamic, Byzantium, and European cultures and people. The sites include authentic paintings, contemporary photographs and images, timeline of seven crusades, and maps. There are links to eThemes Resources on medieval castles, knights, and feudalism.

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