Women of the Italian Renaissance

Hello everyone!

This lesson is for high school world history students. This lesson can be part of the larger unit on Italian society during the Renaissance. The female artists section on the site also works for an art history class, and the female writers section can be used for a literary class!

The purpose of this lesson is to examine both the role of women in society and some women artists and writers of the Italian Renaissance. The site includes information on the role of women in Renaissance Italy and different female artists and authors of the Italian Renaissance.

This image is linked to the website!

Photo Citations

Featured Image Photo by Shobha La Porta on Unsplash

Photo of Google Site by Sophia Winland

6 Replies to “Women of the Italian Renaissance”

  1. I really want to take this class! 🙂 I like how you included ways that the site could be incorporated into a variety of subjects.

  2. What a fascinating lesson. Well researched. Thoughtfully designed. Beautifully illustrated. Great flow from pre-assessment – to content – to final exit assessment. A great example of how to harness Google sites to create an engaging lesson. You should take great pride in your accomplishment.

  3. I can see that you put a lot of time, research, and passion into this lesson. Thank you so much for creating it for kids and for us! I learned about women who influenced a period of time that many of us learned about very in depth as kids.

  4. WOW!!! Your Google Sites is so gorgeous! It captured my attention from the first click, and I wanted to spend more time exploring it! Thank you so much for sharing!

  5. I really enjoyed this site a lot. I feel like I learned a whole bunch, and I love that you focused specifically on women!

  6. You did such a good job with this website! It is so well organized and packed full of interesting information! I love all the images you used for your site and I think it’s great that you used a combination of text and youtube videos!

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