Part IV: Oral Presentation
Each student will explain to the class the role they have chosen, and why they selected that role. Students will also read at least two entries from their diary to the class.
Extension: Response Journal -- How does this project relate to the unit theme of Relationships?
(Begin Week One; Due Week Nine) CHOICE-2 The Living Renaissance Museum- Part One Theme for Unit Turning Points The Living Renaissance Museum integrates the science, math, language arts, and social studies curriculum. The goal of this project is to help students build and demonstrate understanding of Unit Four of Social Studies by providing them with access to a wide variety of resources and new materials which include, but are not limited to, the 100 Book Challenge, resource novels, videos, web sites, and History Alive activities. The students will choose an important figure that lived during the Renaissance and they will create an in-depth presentation about this person. The important figure can be a musician, sculptor, scientist, architect, politician, scholar, patron, artist, or a mathematician. Students will write a persuasive essay to accompany their project.