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The Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment Draft Your group is going to rank the top ten people from both the Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment into an overall top 20 list. Next week sometime, we will have our draft. Here are the rules: Each team has two initially scheduled draft picks. Everything is equal. Each round will last for a maximum of two minutes. o In that round, the group who is up may: Draft an individual Trade their pick(s) for a previously-drafted person or future pick(s) Each of the twenty people has been ascribed a value (1-20, with higher numbers being worth more points) based on cumulative class rankings and the Commissioner’s rankings (that would be your teachers). Two factors should determine your ranking: o What the person did back then that was a big deal (i.e., historical significance) o How that person still impacts the world today (i.e., modern-day impact) o Historical significance is important. Modern-day impact is more important.
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