Middle Ages Primary Sources: 5 DIFFERENTIATED Primary Source for Middle Ages! Study life in a Christian monastery, investigate a medieval murder, analyze a primary source image on a medieval marriage, study the conflict at Runneymede and the signing of the Magna Carta, and the Domesday Book!
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In this highly-engaging differentiated primary source set, you receive 5 primary source warmups and skill-building exercises to supplement any unit on the Middle Ages! Each Middle Ages primary source is also accompanied with a differentiated version to make modifications a breeze!
Use these primary source warmups to start class, as homework, enrichment, exit tickets, or even as components to a pre-and-post assessment!
In these Middle Ages (Medieval Times) primary sources, students learn first hand about life in a Christian monastery, investigate a medieval police report to solve a murder case, study a primary source image on a Christian marriage, detail the account at Runneymede and the signing of the Magna Carta, and analyze the role of the Domesday Book in medieval society!
Each source is included in a standard format and a differentiated format to provide more scaffolding to allow all learners to access the content. Difficult words are bolded and defined, text is more heavily excerpted, and design changes provide on-the-fly modifications to get all students learning and comprehending!
A full key is included for each source!
This primary source pack is a great supplement to my Middle Ages unit plan, located here!
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