Renaissance: Unit Project
takes student-centered learning to heart with this Renaissance focused unit project. Students select from a list of Renaissance topics and format, conduct research, and share their findings on their Renaissance topic. Great for collaborative learning, individual assessment, and differentiated learning
Included in this project guide are student handouts for:
- Renaissance Project topics
- Project formats
- Research Template
- Organizing Your Research
- Project Timeline
- Peer-to-Peer Feedback
- Teacher Project tracking system
as part of the Renaissance Teacher Resource Bundle
which includes my ENTIRE library of Renaissance related products and all future Renaissance products.
Available Renaissance Products Include:
- Renaissance Interactive Notebook Pages
- Art, Invention and Study with Leonardo Da Vinci
- Art, politics and humanism in the Renaissance
- Gutenberg and the Scientific Revolution
- Renaissance: Illustrated Timeline
- Renaissance Unit Project
- Renaissance: What's the Question Bell-Ringers
- Renaissance Art Gallery Walk
- Figures of the Renaissance Activity and Game.
- Renaissance: Comparative Notebook Timeline
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