This inquiry-based Scientific Revolution
lesson puts students in the heart of the Scientific Revolution and Renaissance through the exploration of science and technology of the period. Visual learners will get hooked by drawing Fibonacci’s spiral and building a timeline. Kinesthetic learners will challenge themselves by building catapults and a printing press.
This product was revised on 2/8/18.
This detailed guide includes:
● 5 Complete student activities for building a catapult, drawing and the golden ratio, creating a Renaissance timeline, and building a printing press.
● 1 Complete teacher’s guide for 1 90 minute lesson or 2 50-minute lessons
● Background information for students and teacher on Gutenberg, the Golden Ratio, and Renaissance weaponry
● A complete materials list
Related resource bundles include:
- Renaissance station activity bundle
- Renaissance Curriculum Bundle
- World History Middle School Curriculum Bundle
Available Renaissance Products Include:
- Renaissance Color 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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