Renaissance Summative Assessment

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William Shakespeare Monologue:


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1 thought on “Renaissance Summative Assessment

  1. Maggie, this looks fantastic. I especially like how you have made “Change” the central node and almost everything else is coming out of that. Change led to humanism, and a rediscovery of classical works. This clearly shows your understanding of the main ideas of the Renaissance.

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