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Turning Point - The Scientific Revolution - Global History Common Core

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This worksheet is a two-day common core-based lesson on The Scientific Revolution, an important topic in the Global History curriculum. The worksheet includes a variety of activities that cover the most significant aspects of this world changing event.
Students will
- answer and discuss several critical thinking and thought provoking questions
- complete primary and secondary source readings and answer corresponding questions
- analyze a political cartoon
- participate in a brief play about Galileo
- take notes on the most important information

This is an engaging lesson that can easily be modified for a shorter class period. A link is included to access the political cartoon in question. I have also included an answer key for the notes portion of the lesson. Please feel free to contact me with any questions.

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I also offer this bundle combined with several other lessons from the Renaissance and Reformation era...

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7
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Teaching Duration
90 Minutes

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Turning Point - The Scientific Revolution - Global History
Turning Point - The Scientific Revolution - Global History
Turning Point - The Scientific Revolution - Global History
Turning Point - The Scientific Revolution - Global History