Cut out or tear out the ten heads of the people we studied in chapter 30 on Leading Figures of the Renaissance.
Draw a large rectangle in your history journal to serve as a table.
Arrange all ten people around the table as though they were guests at a dinner party.
Be sure to seat people next to or across from people they have something in common with. You don't want any guests sitting next to someone they would not like. They should be able to have a conversation with the people they are sitting next to.
Glue the heads into your history journal.
Label each head.
In a short paragraph explain why you sat everyone where you did. Write this paragraph in your history journal. You may want to write it inside the rectangle you drew for the table.
This assignment is due on Friday.