Name: ___________________________

Player One Ready…?

Name Your Character:

Event, person (or people), or place that is historically significant in shaping the Western Worldview:

Brief description of the event, person, or place:

Give Your Character Powers:

Significance Criteria In what ways is this event or person historically significant?

Does it apply? (Y/N)

In what way does this event or person meet the criteria?

1. Resulting in Change

a) Profundity: How were people affected by the event or person?

b) Quantity: How many people’s lives were affected?

c) Durability:  How long lasting were the changes?

2. Revealing

How does this event or person impact issues that impacted people during the Renaissance and still impact people today?

Boss Level

Of what larger story or argument might this event or person be a part?

How did this person/place/event impact the elements of worldview?



Name: ___________________________

Player One Ready…?

Name Your Character:

Event, person (or people), or place that is historically significant in shaping the Western Worldview:

Brief description of the event, person, or place:

Significance Criteria In what ways is this event or person historically significant?

In what way does this event or person meet the criteria?

1. Resulting in Change

What changed because of this person, place, or event?

2. Revealing

How does this event/person still matter today?

Boss Level

What elements of worldview does this person, place or event connect with?

How did this person/place/event impact or change these elements of worldview?

Name: ___________________________

Leveling Up!

Factor (circle):

Arts/Culture

Religion

Trade/Commerce/Exploration

Math/Science/Health

Technology

Philosophy

Politics

How did changes within this factor shape a changing Western worldview?

Rate the level of importance according to changing worldviews using the following scale:

1

2

3

4

5

Not at all significant

Very important

Changes: List significant changes that occurred in this factor.

Substantial effect: Dramatic difference to the way things function

Relatively permanent: Lasting condition or development

Widespread: Effects are broadly felt across society/time period

Overall importance

Change:

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Change:

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Change:

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Change:

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Constants: Were there elements within this factor that stayed relatively constant during the Renaissance?

Adapted from https://tc2.ca/uploads/PDFs/thinking-about-history/continuity_and_change_elementary.pdf