This FREE Age of Enlightenment foldable book lesson plan has students draw pictures and take notes on 5 Enlightenment thinkers: Hobbes, Voltaire, Locke, Montesquieu, & Rousseau. The visually stunning PowerPoint contains the process for making the book as well as notes, quotes, and an exit ticket for students. It covers all Common Core Standards material from World History on the Enlightenment, but in a simple way for students to understand.
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The Age of Enlightenment - The link between the Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment is important to understand. In this activity, students will create a T-Chart storyboard that gives example of how old ways of thinking about science were transformed by reason and logic.
Most of this seems well enough, as it is going to be an age of enlightenment thanks to technology, an unveiling of truths. But I also see it as some big changes in the dynamics of our environment. The water bearer is going to bring water.. Also we are already seeing clean energy transitions, which (should) continue in this new age. ~SMW