Reformation Theme Park

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Reformation Theme Park

Main Focus: Summative research project at the end of our Reformation and Counter-Reformation Unit.

Objectives: Students Will Be Able To identify the major theologies and practices for Roman Catholicism,

Lutheranism, and Calvinism

SWBAT describe the historical significance of key leaders, events/movements, and religious practices

and doctrines pertaining to the three major Christian denominations as stated above.

SWBAT analyze the changes and continuities over this era concerning each denomination with regard to

the following categories: theology, religious practice/church discipline/education, society and politics.

Lesson Mode: This summative project will take place over three 90-minute periods and will call upon

the creative, analytical, and research skills of students. This project will serve as a review that tie

together the major themes and concepts that we have discussed as a class the week prior.

Procedure: Please see student instructional handout for complete explanation of assignment procedure

appearing on the next page of this document.

Materials: print sources from library, student textbook, student notes and lesson handouts, construction paper, butcher board, art materials, colored markers and pencils, scissors, and glue.

Reformation and Counter-Reformation Unit Theme Park Summative Project

Procedures: Your class will be put into a group of four representing one of the following denominations:

  • Roman Catholicism,

  • Lutheranism,

  • Calvinism,

  • the Church of England (under Henry VIII)

Each person will design their own portion (quadrant) that makes up a fourth of a theme park map featuring rides,

restaurants, concession stands, etc.
Your task is to work not only with your denomination, but with the other three people to make sure that all four quadrants of your theme park connect together and make sense.
Each group will be given one piece of butcher paper and will design, label and illustrate the following:
1. Title your quadrant (poster board) as something that makes sense for your denomination ex: ‘Calvin Land’
2. Name, design, and label the following and place them in your quadrant:

  • 3 large rides,

  • 4 small rides,

  • 2 restaurants,

  • 3 concession stands.

Make sure that your rides, restaurants, etc. represent at least one of the following…

  • leaders

  • events

  • theology

  • religious practices/discipline/education.

Consult with the other group members and design interconnecting pathways, lawns and shrubbery, and a main

entrance (all four groups must agree and decide upon the entrance’s main title).
3. In the dead center of your theme park’s map where all four quadrants meet you will need a landmark building (like Walt Disney World’s Castle) that represents some concept that all four denominations have in common and would tie into all four religious traditions. All four group members must consult with each other and come up with a common concept and create a center building for your theme park and place it in the center where all four poster boards meet.
4. Each person will complete a 3X5 index card that explains all of your quadrant’s rides, restaurants, and concession stands. List each feature of your quadrant and explain in 3-4 sentences the historical detail and significance of each.

Reformation and Counter-Reformation Unit Theme Park Summative Project
Project Schedule:

Day 1: Research and begin to layout your quadrant of the theme park, while consulting with other group members.

Homework? - only 30 minutes to finish next block

Day 2: 30 minutes to finish consulting with your group members, create central unifying landmark, and complete 3x5 card
Day 3: Present your theme park. Each student must explain their portion of the theme park to the class.
Breakdown of project grade:
1. Theme park map: all components are there and are properly labeled and illustrated. Each quadrant makes sense and matches up with the other three quadrants.

50 points

2. Content of 3x5 index card: Explain significance of each required feature of your quadrant. Quadrant

has representatives for major religious/historical themes including: leaders, events, theology, and religious practices/discipline/education.

50 points
Total: 100% Individual and collaborative summative assessment grade

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