This is a Round Robin review game for World History II SOL 6. It covers the empires of Ottomans, Safavids, Mughals, China & Japan. This assignment template could be easily adapted for a review for another set of content material. *Also known as "I have, who has".
Students have a lot of British rulers to keep track off. This Flow Chart allows student a visual of the leaders and then to fill in with important details. There are Google Draw and print copy versions. An answer key is included.
The is an extension activity or assessment after a lesson on Enlightenment philosophers. Students are given scenarios from history and present day. Students then respond to the scenario with how an Enlightenment philosopher would respond. The historical scenarios are based around World History II situations.
Print a copy of "A Discourse concerning a New World and another Planet" by John Wilkins (1640) after learning about the Scientific Revolution.
*Remixed to direct students to circle objects on the print and then identify who that idea is associated with. For example, circle the telescope and label it Galileo.