WALT: Why was there sudden progress in medicine during the Renaissance?
WILFS: Can describe factors during the Renaissance (D)... Can describe and explain how factors combined to create some progress and some continuity during the Renaissance (C-B)... Can evaluate which factors were important in creating significant medical progress during the Renaissance (A)
Starter: Round Table: Give examples from the history of medicine of Economy, Individuals, Technology, Government and Religion helping and hindering progress
Create a table with 2 columns and 2 rows for your notes today
1. Read the key points (in red above) and watch the film 1 share on your table what you have learnt
2. Now watch film clip 2 and add to your lists
3. Promenade your partner and discuss today's WALT question
4. Read or view the PPT - Rally Robin and add to your tables
5. Pair Share
a) Which factors were most important in causing progress
b) Which individuals were important in Renaissance medicine and what did they discover?
6. Now take your shoulder partner to a computer and complete the Factors of Change Introduction (see below). Print a copy each
7. Quiz Quiz Trade
8. Stand Up hand Up Pair Up and Mix Pair Share
i) How did medicine progress in the Renaissance?
ii) Why did medicine progress in the Renaissance
7. Take your face partner to a computer and complete a Renaissance Diagram (linked below)
Plenary: Paraphrase passport today's WALT
Step One: Learn the basics! Following on from the classroom discussion and reading, complete the exercise called Factors of Change Introduction below. Put in Word and Print it out when it is complete.
Step Two:Extend what you know! Following classroom discussion of Step 1, complete the interactive diagram linked below. Print out your diagram when finished.
Step 3: Test What you have learnt so Far! using the Interactive tests linked below
Extension Task Objective 2: Now you have an overview of the Renaissance make notes on the three great figures of the medical Renaissance. Vesalius who concentrated on ANATOMY, Pare whose field was SURGERY, and Harvey whose theory of the circulation of blood was a major contribution to PHYSIOLOGY.