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The Renaissance

3 Lessons

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  • Materials:
  • • Interactive board/Smart board
  • • textbook
  • • Brief summary
  • • Maps
  • • Timeline
  • • Smartphone
  • • Video


  • Web Resources :
  • Strona 42 z 131


  • Outcomes : Laying foundations for the awareness how to deal with life, society and the world.

What Will I Learn?

  • Objectives:
  • -Get information from the text.
  • -Establish links with the historical framework of reference.
  • -Recognize the specific characteristics of the historical era and historical figures.
  • -Identify significant works and monuments of the historical period dealt with.
  • -Recognize in history the roots of contemporaneity and of the moral and material culture of our time.
  • -Recognize the characteristics of the cultural movement and meaningful terms.
  • -acquire knowledge of the political and social changes of the period studied.
  • -Select and sort information.
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