In this bundle, students will learn the difference between Kings and Popes during the middle ages. Included are the following:
--socratic discussion questions (at the end of the power point)
--directions for poster (with student examples)
When I teach this, I show students the power point first and have them copy down the notes. Then I have the do individual research and/or handouts to further enhance their learning. Then I have students do a socratic discussion, where I have some questions on the smart board to help get the conversation flowing. Finally, students create a poster on who they feel is more powerful during the Middle Ages: the popes of the kings. Students follow directions,which explain that students are to draw out the person they feel is more powerful then write paragraphs explaining why that person is more powerful. My students always enjoyed this project every year. They love creating the posters and they love arguing with their classmates that their person is more powerful.