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Five inactive sections are offered in response to the introductory question, "What inspired this age of balance and order?" The sections, Out of the Middle Ages; Exploration and Trade; Printing and Thinking; Symmetry, Shape, Size; and Focus on Florence are interwoven with hands-on activities.
Material Type: Simulation
Date Added to MERLOT: May 04, 2000
Date Modified in MERLOT: May 17, 2008
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Primary Audience: College General Ed
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Language: English
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Avatar for Kathy Gullie
13 years ago

Kathy Gullie (Student)

I spent 20 minutes reviewing the material. The information is concise and
interesting. The vocabulary easily understood and ideas are clear. The site
covers most topics of importance. My students would find it very helpful. I will
be able to develop higher level questions for a site such as this because the
information is I spent 20 minutes reviewing the material. The information is
concise and interesting. The vocabulary easily understood and ideas are clear.
The site covers most topics of importance. My students would find it very
helpful. I will be able to develop higher level questions for a site such as
this because the author provides some analysis.

Technical Remarks:

The site is easily traveled and the graphics fit the period. I would have liked
to see more pictures and larger pictures so that students could get abetter
feel of the period.

Avatar for Kathy Gullie
13 years ago

Kathy Gullie (Student)

I spent 20 minutes reviewing the material. The information is concise and
interesting. The vocabulary easily understood and ideas are clear. The site
covers most topics of importance. My students would find it very helpful. I will
be able to develop higher level questions for a site such as this because the
information is I spent 20 minutes reviewing the material. The information is
concise and interesting. The vocabulary easily understood and ideas are clear.
The site covers most topics of importance. My students would find it very
helpful. I will be able to develop higher level questions for a site such as
this because the author provides some analysis.

Technical Remarks:

The site is easily traveled and the graphics fit the period. I would have liked
to see more pictures and larger pictures so that students could get abetter
feel of the period.

Avatar for Heather Cason
13 years ago

Heather Cason (Student)

I reviewed this site within thirty minutes. It is very insightful. It even gives
hands on exercises which I tried out. They were fun, yet they gave you an
insight into what the people of that time actually went through. The content is
complete and accurate. This has a great potential to involve students and
actually get them to learn facts from the renaissance time period. Not only is
it enjoyable, it is very easy to follow. You don't have to search for what to do
next or for which order to study in. The site gives you the order in which to
follow and walks you through the time period.

Technical Remarks:

The graphics are colorful, yet not overwhelming.