Complete Renaissance Unit Powerpoint. Starts with the Black Death as a refresher, and discusses just about everything. There is also another part to this that contains all supplemental lessons and materials for the unit.
Goes in conjuncture with the PowerPoint, this unit plan (starting on page 9) discusses each lesson and gives reasoning for everything. There is also an attached appendix that contains all supplemental materials. If you live in Virginia, then you can
Students have the option of choosing 4 out of 8 Roman Achievements. They have to answer certain questions that relate to those specific ones.
It helps student focus on creating/writing paragraphs and understanding what to focus on. I had great
Originally, this is found online as a "Bar Fight" but I went through it and reworded almost all of it to make it a bit more school appropriate. It also features discussion questions, should you wish to use them or not (or change them up). This can
Lawrence Reed wrote up the short essay, "I, Pencil," which explores NCSS standard #7 perfectly. Students will go home with the essay to read. In class, the teacher will separate the students into three groups: Production, Distribution, and
I searched all over for something like this, couldn't find it, so I made one myself.
This can be modified to fit *any* unit that features numerous people. You are welcome to use it as you see fit.
I used it during a Late Middle Ages unit, and it