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Transcript
Renaissance/Reformation
Renaissance/Reformation
Baseball Cards
For this project, you are to make baseball cards for 5 people that influenced the
Renaissance/Reformation. Choose one person from each category below, plus one additional
person from any category. For each person, you are to make a baseball/trading card.
• On the front of the card include a picture/illustration of the person, their name, their title,
and the date of their birth and death.
• On the back of the baseball card describe what that person contributed to the
Renaissance/Reformation. Cards should contain a minimum of 5 facts/ sentences.
Including an additional image of an accomplishment (a painting, building, book) of the
person is optional.
Renaissance or Reformation MVP (Most Valuable Player)
Choose one of your 5 Renaissance/ Reformation figures as the MVP. The MVP of the
Renaissance/ Reformation should be someone you think contributed more to the Renaissance/
Reformation than anyone else. In class you will give a 1-2 minute speech in which you describe
why you chose that person as the Renaissance/ Reformation MVP. In your speech you should
include the following information about the MVP.
1. Why are they the MVP?
2. What are their contributions to the Renaissance/ Reformation?
3. How did their contributions affect the Renaissance/ Reformation?
4. Why are their contributions greater than that of other Renaissance/ Reformation
figures?
5. How would the Renaissance/ Reformation be different without the contributions of
you MVP?
You may use note cards when giving your speech, but eye contact and looking at the audience
are important to the speech grade.
Italian
European
Political
Reformation
Renaissance
Renaissance
Leaders and
Figures
Figures
Figures
Humanist
• Michelangelo
• Raphael
• Donatello
• Sandro Botticelli
• Dante Alighieri
• Machiavelli
• Artemesia Gentileschi
• Andreas Vesalius
• Leonardo da Vinci
• Filippo Brunelleschi
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
• The Medici Family
• Martin Luther
• Queen Elizabeth I
• John Calvin
• Christine de Pizan
• Henry VIII
• Queen Isabella I
• St. Ignatius of Loyola
• Isabella d’Este
• John Wycliffe
• Baldassare
• William Tyndale
Castiglione
• Ulrich Zwingli
• Erasmus
• Sir Thomas More
• Francois Rabelais
• Petrarch
***You may choose someone not listed, so long as they were a renaissance figure
from one of the categories above.
Albrecht Durer
Jan Van Eyck
Pieter Bruegel
Cervantes
Johann Gutenberg
El Greco
William
Shakespeare
Baseball card layout:
You may layout you baseball cards however you choose. Listed below is one optional way.
Stats:
-Was a master goldsmith
who….
-Built the …….
-First to design ……
-Is important because ……
-Was most famous for…..
Filippo
Brunelleschi
Architect
1377- 1446
Be sure to use a lot of color and creativity on your baseball cards. You may also create a
envelope/case to store you baseball cards in.
Grading:
• Each baseball card is worth 5 points, totaling 25 points.
• The speech is worth an additional 25 points.
Rubric for the Speech
5
4
CATEGORY
Stays
on
topic
all
(100%)
Stays
on
topic
most
Stays on Topic
of the time. Speech lasts (99-90%) of the time.
Time Limit
1-2 minutes.
Content
Posture and Eye
Contact
Preparedness
Shows a full
understanding of the
topic.
Stands up straight, looks
relaxed and confident.
Establishes eye contact
with everyone in the
room during the
presentation.
Student is completely
prepared and has
obviously rehearsed.
Speech lasts 1 minute
to 30 seconds.
Shows a good
understanding of the
topic.
Stands up straight and
establishes eye
contact with some in
the room during the
presentation.
Student seems pretty
prepared but might
have needed a couple
more rehearsals.
3
1
Stays on topic some
(89%-75%) of the time.
Speech lasts less than
30 seconds.
Shows a good
understanding of parts
of the topic.
Sometimes stands up
straight and
establishes eye
contact.
It was hard to tell what
the topic was. No
speech given.
The student is
somewhat prepared,
but it is clear that
rehearsal was lacking.
Does not seem to
understand the topic
very well.
Slouches and/or does
not look at people
during the
presentation.
Student does not
seem at all prepared
to present.