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This lesson helps students understand the Political, Economic, Geographic, and Social effects of the bubonic plague, which ravaged communities across Europe.This Product contains the following materials:~Lesson Plan~Plague Overview ~Student Handouts~Primary Source Analysis~Brainstorm Activity~Remedi
In this project, students select an individual from the Middle Ages to research and create a website about. This lesson includes a list of potential people to research, a sheet for students to collect information, instructions for students on how to develop a website using weebly.com,and a rubric t
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This project has everything you need to guide your students in creating a PowerPoint presentation about an aspect of culture in Medieval Europe. You could assign a topic or students can choose. This could be easily modified to work for Presi presentations instead. Instructions and a list of suggeste
Activity – Students will create notes over a topic. Using the essential points of their notes and templates, students will create an original comic. Student Learning Objective The student understands how, after the collapse of classical empires, new political, economic, and social systems evolved an
Examine units on Medieval Europe that apply Common Core principles from a pioneer who has always taught history through having students carefully read primary sources, write concisely, and think as historians. Creative projects that have students truly engage texts and express their understanding i
Want to change up your Medieval Europe unit this year? Try this fun and engaging PBL unit! Students ultimately will create podcasts relating to different key concepts about Medieval Europe. Most work is student driven, with the guidance of the teacher. Included in an introductory activity (can be pu
Activity – Students will create notes over a significant individual, event, or issues from a historical era. Using the essential points of their notes and templates, students will write a eulogy. It must include examples of accomplishments (research, inventions, breakthroughs, impact on the world, e
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The Feudalism Project and all other activities include were designed to help supplement the great learning opportunities your students already have with you as their teacher. Check them out, it's totally free. This includes: 1. Common Core Standard Based Lesson Plans and Strategies. 2. Feudalism Di
Students will create their own unique Coat of Arms during the study of a Medieval Europe unit. Students will also use heraldic imagery in their Coat of Arms, and their own unique symbols as well! Students loved learning about their family history in preparation for this activity! Final Coats of Arms
Powerpoint covers new ways of farming, growth of trade and industry, and growing towns during Europe's Middle Ages. Features relevant pictures and a large font that is readable either projected in class or on computers in distance learning.
The provided project deals with the Middle Ages or Medieval Europe. It asks students to select a topic that will most likely be explored by educating students on the Middle Ages and create a presentation as well as an activity for their peers to complete. Included in this document is the time frame
Allow students to demonstrate their understanding through both artistic and written means in this review project. Students will summarize key aspects of Medieval Europe and provide a written summary. Develops student ability to delineate between key information and supporting details, while also c
This Who's Who in Medieval Europe The Rise of Medieval Europe reference packet includes 23 men and women your students will encounter while studying the Rise of Medieval Europe. The sheets include the person's name, their image, and a blurb about what they are typically historically noted for. Thi
This Who's Who in Medieval Europe Byzantines and Slavs reference packet includes 11 men and women your students will encounter while studying the Byzantine Empire and the rise of Slavic areas. The sheets include the person's name, their image, and a blurb about what they are typically historically
Activity – Students will create notes over a topic. Using the essential points of their notes and templates, students will create pixel art. Teks:(4) History Student Learning Objective:The student understands how, after the collapse of classical empires, new political, economic, and social systems e
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Activity – Students will create notes over a topic. Using the essential points of their notes and templates, students will create a mini accordion book of the major events of a historical period. Student Learning Objective The student understands how, after the collapse of classical empires, new po
Medieval Europe powerpoint covering: famine and warfare, the plague, and the aftermath of the plague. Features relevant pictures and a large font that is readable either projected in class or on computers in distance learning.
This Who's Who in Medieval Europe at its Height reference packet includes 19 men and women your students will encounter while studying Medieval Europe at its Height. The sheets include the person's name, their image, and a blurb about what they are typically historically noted for. This is a great
Students use this template to answer the driving question: "Was life really fairy tale during the Middle Ages?" In collaborative learning groups, students create a book similar to the "You Wouldn't want to be..." series. They describe the realities of life in medieval Europe. Template is to be prin
In this assignment, students will write a mystery story set in the Middle Ages. It includes a rubric.
This is a portfolio grid which provides 12 tasks utilising different learning styles and presentation formats.Students have to pick 1 task from each column (theme/syllabus point) to complete, to a total of 3 tasks. The syllabus points featured include: Religion, Science and Medicine, Significance/Le
This geography activity is completely student driven, fun and interactive. It can be done with any textbook map or atlas that has European physical geography. First, students create a physical map of Europe labeling key features. Then, students play the Where in the World Scavenger Hunt printable cl
This Middle Ages Feudalism lesson plan has students analyze primary source images and then create a Meme that illustrates medieval life. Included is a full lesson plan detailing how to structure each part of your class. There are introductory video links and a background reading on the medieval illu
Google Classroom Europe Physical Geography Lesson & Map Activity with Quiz!Start the Europe unit with a fun, student-centered, inquiry-based Google Geography Exploration and Scavenger Hunt! This comprehensive Google Geography lesson has been both student and teacher approved with an overwhelming

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