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  • Grade: 5-12
  • Interest Level: 5-12
  • Item: 3589
  • ISBN: 9780743935890
  • Language: English
Description
Make the history of the Renaissance seem relevant and exciting for children with the simulations, primary sources, and historical background information in this kit. This resource notebook focuses on topics that had a profound impact on the world, featuring simulations and activities to engage and motivate students. Apply rules of perspective to create drawings representative of the Renaissance style. Experience the many talents of a true "universal man," Leonardo da Vinci. Act as Venetian merchants purchasing goods in foreign ports and reaping high profits. After reading profiles of a variety of Renaissance women, compare and contrast their lives with one another and with women of today. Write and act in a play about Martin Luther's attempts to reform the Roman Catholic Church in the 16th century. With the help of this resource that aligns with Common Core State Standards, students will determine the central ideas or information of a primary or secondary source. Digital resources, including audio files, primary sources, content-related videos, and assessments, give students further learning opportunities. Bonus items in this kit include two full-color charts: The Renaissance: A Chronology of Events (22" x 34") and Artists of the Renaissance (34" x 22").

Exploring History: The Renaissance Complete Kit includes:
  • Resource notebook
  • Digital resources
  • Bonus items

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Components

Series highlights include:

  • Resource Notebook with simulations and activities
  • Assessment Resources
  • Bonus Items to support simulations and activities
  • Digital Resources
The Renaissance

Simulations and Activities

Invite students to experience an integrated approach to active learning where they are immersed in the challenges of simulations, debates, activities, and discussions found in Exploring History. The lessons in this series are designed to make students full participants and active learners, good decision makers, and competent problem solvers.

Assessment Resources

Each lesson and activity contains quizzes for the unit and a final test for each notebook includes multiple choice and essay questions that are document-based. Assessments are available in digital format, so teachers can edit and revise documents to better meet the needs of their students.

Bonus Items

Bonus items provide teachers and students with handy manipulatives to be used with specific activities or as motivational tools throughout each unit. The bonus items may include maps, charts, activity cards, games, or information cards.

Digital Resources

Digital resources include audio files, primary sources, content-related videos, and assessments.

Correlations to Common Core, State, and Province Standards


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Outstanding Curriculum Award from the National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) Winner Outstanding Curriculum Award from the National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) Winner


Program of Excellence Award from Middle States Council for the Social Studies Winner Program of Excellence Award from Middle States Council for the Social Studies Winner


Program of Excellence Award from New York State Council for the Social Studies Winner Program of Excellence Award from New York State Council for the Social Studies Winner


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