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This map lesson focuses on the Italian city-states during the Renaissance.
Everything is ready to print and includes:
The directions are written for students to be able to follow independently and complete at their own pace. Students are required to identify and color-code major Italian city-states during the Renaissance.
Renaissance Italy Black Outline Map:
Students will need colored pencils to complete the map and key.
The included reference map can be projected or copied for students to use as a guide when completing their maps.
The map assessment requires students to identify the major Italian city-states during the Renaissance. Ideally, students would use their completed map when taking the assessment.
Map Assessment Answer Sheet:
An answer sheet is provided for students to record their responses. This is optional. Students can also use their own paper to record answers.
Map Assessment Key:
The map assessment key is included for easy grading or use with substitute teacher.
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