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Renaissance and Reformation –Learning Activities

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Day 1
Class work- “Main Idea”, “Big Idea”, “Key Terms and Places (Define) – page 344
Homework – Reading Checks
1) Explain the interaction between the Italian Cities of Florence and Venice, trade, scholars
and learning that occurred
2.) Explain how Renaissance art was different from Middle Age Art
3) Why was the Renaissance writing enjoyed by more people than the Middle Age people?
4) Reading Check – Page 347
5) Reading Check – Page 349
Day 2
Class work – Visuals
Map Page 345 –
1) 2 Italian cities were famous – 1 for trade another for banking. Which one was
which?
2) Which of the 2 cities is south of Rome?
3) Which of the two cities is south of Rome
4) Question #1
5) This map shows the major trade routes from what years?
"Connecting To Technology" -- page 347
6) How did movable type improved printing?
Map page 348
7) What is the purpose of this map?
8) What 3 countries had Eastern Orthodox Religion?
9) What 3 countries were completely Roman Catholic?
10) What 4countries were completely Protestant
Homework -- Section 1 - Assessment page 349
Questions 1 and 2
Day 3
Class work – videos
Flashcards
Homework- Italian Renaissance reading
Day 4

Class work/Homework
Martin Luther and Reformation Reading
Day 5
Class Work – “Main Idea”, “Big Idea”, “Key Terms and Places (Define) -- page 350
Homework- Visuals
Scientific Advances and Exploration -- page 350 – 351
1. What new invention helped sailors find their direction (North, South, East, or West) at sea?
2. What new invention helped sailors find out where they were in the sea question mark
3. What new invention allowed scientists to study the stars?
Map -- 354 – 355
4. What was the purpose of this map?
5. Which country sailed south to find a route to India?
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6. Which exploreR sailed for England using a northern route across the sea?
7. Which explorer discovered the West Indies?
8. Which explorer succeeded in landing in India?
9. Which explorer succeeded in sailing around the world?

Map – 346
10. What country ruled Peru?
11. What three countries ruled in North America?
12. Which country claimed the least land in the New World?
13. Which countries had territories in what is now the United States?
Day 6
Class work- “Main Idea”, “Big Idea”, “Key Terms and Places (Define) – page 358
Homework - Section 2 - Assessment page 357 -- 1 and 2
Classwork Visuals
Documents of Democracy -- page 360 – 361
1. Which document forbid cruel and unusual punishment?
2. Which document stated that power came from the people not the king?
3. Which document guarantee people the right to a jury trial?
4. Which document stated that people have the right to replace their government?
The Storming of the Bastille -- page 362
5. What was the Bastille?
6. In what country was the Bastille?
7. When was the Bastille destroyed?
Napoleon Bonaparte -- page 363
8. In this picture who was being crowned?

Map -- page 364


9. What is the purpose of this map?
10. Explain how France's location in Europe may have led to its defeat?
Day 7
Class Work -- Section 3 Assessment -- page 364 #1 – 3
Homework – flashcards
Day 8
Class work- “Main Idea”, “Big Idea”, “Key Terms and Places (Define) – page 366
Homework -- Section 4 Assessment – 370 #1 – 4

Class work -- flashcards