Ferdinand Magellan Primary Source Analysis and Creative Tasks

Ferdinand Magellan Primary Source Analysis and Creative Tasks
Ferdinand Magellan Primary Source Analysis and Creative Tasks
Ferdinand Magellan Primary Source Analysis and Creative Tasks
Ferdinand Magellan Primary Source Analysis and Creative Tasks
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Students read a brief account of Ferdinand Magellan's explorations and his death in 1521, answer 10 questions, and complete 2 creative tasks (one involving social media, the other involves creating a museum exhibit). The answers are included where appropriate and this would be great for a sub!

Sample questions include:
--Why might Magellan have ultimately sailed for Spain rather than his native Portugal?
--From whom do we get this account and how accurate do you consider it?
--Summarize the first two paragraphs of the account in 4 sentences or less.
--Why might Magellan's men have left him behind?
--Does Magellan deserve the legacy he has in modern society and in history textbooks, why or why not?

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Ferdinand Magellan Primary Source Analysis and Creative Tasks
Ferdinand Magellan Primary Source Analysis and Creative Tasks
Ferdinand Magellan Primary Source Analysis and Creative Tasks
Ferdinand Magellan Primary Source Analysis and Creative Tasks