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Differentiating between Northen European art and Italian art, these slides detail the intricacies of art during the Renaissance. Flemish, French, German, and English art, as well as the art of the "Low Countries" (Austria, Spain, and Greece) are featured in rich, brilliant colors. This walk through a virtual museum will leave your class spellbound and inspired.
Small groups read assigned chapters from the book, Letters to Rifka, then work together to fill out comprehension worksheets associated with their chapters. This fine, 13-page lesson culminates with each group getting together to meet for an exchange of ideas about Rifka, and what she experienced on her trip to America.
In this Olympic Rings research worksheet, students observe a picture of the Olympic rings and research their designer. They explore when and where they were first used, what they represent, what are the five major regions in the world, and the meaning of interlocking rings. Students write eight short answers.
Students research the Olympic Games and focus on the 1988 summer Olympics in Korea. In this Olympic Games lesson plan, students make a collage of sports pictures and a web of sports in the summer Olympics. Students complete related worksheets for the 1988 summer Olympic games and discuss how they would feel if the games were in their town. Students discuss the Korean Olympics and write a paragraph about an Olympic event they would like to participate in.
How has the Central European map changed over the years? A color-coded map gives the geographic story of the German Empire, with a list of 42 cities, 35 countries and 12 bodies of water to label. A legend indicates colored regions, and is left blank for historians to decipher various acquisitions, territories, battles and fortifications. This could be a great jigsaw activity, and you could even try enlarging the map to create a visual display, so labels aren't so crowded.
A handful of quotes are presented in these slides referencing writing and rewriting. Learners will be encouraged by well-known writers to practice, grow and refrain from perfectionism. Quotes also reference how to write for your audience and how to use rhetoric, including humor. Some typos do exist, but nothing that mars the meaning. There is also the use of a curse word in the first slide.
Use the internet to enhance the research skills of your High schoolers. In this resource, all sorts of questions are posed: everything from questions about famous people, inventions, entertainment, to important dates in history. There are twenty questions on this one-page instructional activity, and all answers begin with the letter c.
Perhaps a useful resource for an Art History course or a project on a famous figure, this standard 25 question multiple choice quiz asks factual questions about Vincent van Gogh's life such as siblings' names, the people who influenced his work and where he lived. This is a rather difficult quiz that would require a great deal of knowledge about van Gogh, art and history. Because this source is interactive, takers can view their scores online immediately. No feedback information is supplied.