One of the realities of teaching world history is: too much content, too little time. Universities have 18-week courses dedicated solely to the Renaissance; you probably only have a few days. It’s not that we do not appreciate the value of Renaissance arts and architecture (for instance), but it’s
This art sub plan requires little to no prep. It would be perfect for an emergency absence. Students are captivated by castles. Their imaginations soar dreaming about the romance of medieval times. In this lesson, they will learn about castles from medieval Europe, including the exterior architec
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
This workbook is for students and covers the following content for AP Art History: Early Christian, Byzantine, and Early Medieval. This corresponds to Gardner's Art Through the Ages chapters: 11, 12, and 16. It is my fourth unit of the year, and therefore the cover page is titled Unit 4.
The PowerPoint has recently been revised to include check for understanding questions throughout. Correct answers are displayed with a click. The handout and PowerPoint detail the decline of feudalism in Europe and the rise of the Renaissance, covering all of the key points for late elementary and M
This growing bundle is perfect for introducing students to cultural treasures of Europe. In the Alpine Countries kit, students discover Neuschwanstein Castle, the Autobahn, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Salzburg, and the Alps themselves in the form of six origami riddle cards. The Italy kit covers the