Walking Through History
European Exploration, Medieval Times, and the Renaissance
- Available for pre-order on June 20, 2023. Item will ship after July 11, 2023
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With this volume, Dr. Andi Stix and Frank Hrbek thoughtfully guide teachers through three distinct topics: European Exploration, Medieval Times, and the Renaissance. It features expansive, multi-dimensional learning tools to support classroom teaching, including the chance to design a page of an illuminated manuscript, a reenactment of Joan of Arc’s story, a play that focuses on the spice trade, a quiz show simulation around European migration, and a vision test of the illusionary arts as students learn about famous Renaissance artists.
The volume brings materials from across this period of history to life by stimulating and cultivating students’ imaginations.
The series Walking Through History presents student-centered, hands-on activities, active simulations, debates, and discussions, which provide an unparalleled engaging learning experience. Its objective is for students to walk in another’s shoes through lessons based on a particular historical period. Field-tested and proven teaching strategies for virtual and in-person classrooms are highlighted across the series. These books are specifically designed to be used with whiteboard and other interactive tools.
Table of Contents
About the Authors Introduction TOPIC I: European Exploration Unit I: The World of Spices Unit II: The Explorers Unit III: The Interactive Expedition Experience Unit IV: The Treaty of Tordesillas Unit V: The Celebration of Columbus Day TOPIC II: Medieval Times Unit I: Barbarian Migration Unit II: Medieval Culture Unit III: Religion Unit IV: The Black Death Unit V: Joan of Arc TOPIC III: The Renaissance Unit I: Medieval vs. Renaissance Art Unit II: Great Men of the Renaissance Unit III: Venice - The Commercial Empire of the Mediterranean Unit IV: Renaissance Women Unit V: Martin Luther
Dr. Andi Stix is a national educational consultant and administrator. She addresses conferences and conventions across the country as a keynote speaker and seminar presenter.
Mr. Frank R. Hrbek is a retired middle school social studies teacher who worked in the New York City school system for more than 35 years.