Engage students visually with an illustrated timeline project on the Age of Enlightenment.
- Students are given an event or individual related to the Age of Enlightenment.
- Students work individually or in groups to research the event.
- The students write a short paragraph about the event and provide an illustration related to the event.
- Students can play a game with the cards or hang the timeline up immediately.
Students can work on Age of Enlightenment cards in class, as an extension, or as an activity center. The timeline cards are just one more way to provide easy differentiation within your classroom. Provide these along with other Age of Enlightenment activities to engage students different interests and learning styles.
This detailed guide includes:
-Complete teacher’s guide for a 90 minute lesson
-Student handouts including directions and blank timeline cards + directions for engaging timeline game with their own cards as the pieces.
-30+ topics for inclusion in the timeline
-A complete list of materials
Perfect for cooperative group work, this activity engages students in inquiry-based learning. Use with other Age of Enlightenment: Activities and Projects
NOTE: Students will have to research individual topics or use to assess student knowledge of Age of Enlightenment events and people.
Skills Developed in this lesson:
- Students will research an event or topic related to the Age of Enlightenment.
- Students will analyze their information and present their analysis in a short paragraph.
- Students will further provide evidence of their analysis through an illustration related to the topic.
- Students will make connections between their individual topic and other topics that occurred in the same time period (ongoing beyond this activity).
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