Lesson 1: The Changes in Early Modern Europe Lesson Question: How was Modern Europe created? Lesson Objective: The students will learn about the most important developments in the history of Early Modern Europe.
Early Modern Europe 1500-1900 C.E. • Modern Europe 1900 – Present
Early Modern Europe – Developments • The Renaissance pp. 48-51 • The Reformation pp. 52-53 • The Scientific Revolution pp. 54-56 • Voyages of Discovery pp. 57-59 • New Empires pp. 60-61 • The Enlightenment pp. 62-63 • The Age of Revolution pp. 64-66 • The Industrial Revolution pp. 70-71 • Industrial Growth pp. 72-74
Research Questions: What was it? When did it occur? Who was involved with it? Why did it occur? What was its impact on Europe?
Presentation Scoring Rubric Points: 10 Standards: Excellent/Good/Fair Categories: ?
Presentation Rubric (6th Period) Total: 15 Points
Presentation Rubric (7th Period) Total 15 Points
Formative Assessment: Which of these developments were the most important in the history of Early Modern Europe and why? Topic Sentence Evidence (CDs) Explanation/Analysis (CMs) Closing Sentence