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Take your students on a Walking Tour or Gallery Walk through Florence, Italy at the beginning of the Renaissance to allow them to see the changes in architecture, banking, marketplace gatherings, wool-making, art, guilds, and more.
This is a 1-2 day Centers Activity for students to visit various locations in Florence to view primary source images and documents in the investigation on the impact of Florence in the beginning of the Renaissance.
Students will visit locations like the Marketplace, the Plato Academy, the Santa Maria Del Fiore, the Santa Croce, the Florence Cathedral, and the Palazzo Vecchio. Each location has a reading card filled with content on the site and primary source image cards show the place at the time of the Renaissance and now.
Important people, like the Medici Family are discussed for their contributions to the Renaissance as are artists like Botticelli, Michelangelo, and Leonardo Da Vinci.
Student "Travel Guide" graphic organizer
6 Location Reading Cards
Images & Art to support each location
Reading for Content
Primary Source Analysis
Addresses state and national standards (including TEKs, Common Core, and more).
I recommend printing out center materials onto card stock and laminating for future use!
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Created for use in a unit on the Renaissance, and is included in my Renaissance and Reformation Complete Unit.
Would also be a great refresher activity for a European AP class!
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