The Scientific Revolution offered society a number of alternative theories to some big questions. These theories of the tackled questions ranging from, ”How does the universe work?” and “What is the essential material that all things are made of?” to “How does the human body function?”
Students will organize the concepts of the Scientific Revolution into three categories on the grid layout: Universe, Body, and Material World. The storyboard should answer these questions:
Students can choose which innovation or theory they feel had the biggest long-term impact. Then, they can research how the theory/innovation evolved and defend their choice by creating a storyboard that illustrates the long-term impact.
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Create a storyboard that analyzes the new scientific views that came out of the Scientific Revolution and sort them into three categories: Universe, Body, and Material World.