Latin America: Aztec
|Jul 16 - Jul 19
morning / afternoon
Mexico City used to be a giant lake, with temples and houses. People used boats instead of wagons to get around. The Aztec ruled this city, calling it Tenochtitlan, and conquered the surrounding people. They could be brutal, but they gave the world ahuácatl and xocoatl, avocado and chocolate. This class uses the Aztec empire as a stepping off point for students to learn more about Latin America.
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