In both English and Cultural History class, Ross ninth graders compete with one another as city-states during the Italian Renaissance in a game designed to teach concepts contained in Machiavelli’s 'The Prince.' The game is designed to offer students opportunities to put the wisdom of Machiavelli’s text into practice while also emphasizing systems thinking.
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