1 Timeline to the Renaissance Height of Roman Empire 130 AD Fall of Roman Empire 500 AD 1350 AD Renaissance 1100 AD Crusades 100 BC Dark Ages 800 AD Medieval Period
2 The Renaissance was a R.E.B.I.R.T.H
3 The Renaissance Materials: daybook and pencil Directions: Get your materials. Go to your assigned seat. Complete the focus task. Focus Task The Renaissance was the of. Where do you think the Renaissance began? Why do you think the Renaissance began?
4 R. Rebirth of Greek and Roman Classic culture Vocabulary Classics = ideas of ancient Greece & Rome Renaissance Man-used to describe a multi-talented person with many interests and abilities; who tried to excel in almost every study and activity.
5 E. Established Italian city states which became wealthy from trade. City-State: Individual Italian states such as: Milan (metal) Venice (Asian goods) Florence (textiles)
6 B. Birth of the modern world Less superstition Education, Literature were encouraged Art, music & sport Study of science & history Humanism: a movement during this time that focused on human potential and achievement
7 I. Italian Art: emphasized realism, attention to detail, & a desire for perfection. painting, sculpture & architecture Raphael, Da Vinci, Michelangelo Patron: people who support, encourage and buy art, music & literature. Perspective: Artistic technique that creates the appearance of 3 dimensions on a flat surface.
9 R. Reading and Writing Invention of the printing press by Gutenberg made it cheap to print materials affordable for all people opportunities for literacy Shakespeare Vernacular: The everyday language of people in a region or country.
11 T.. Turned (or Spread) to Northern European countries (1500 AD) There were differences: learned to read in order to read the Bible developed plans for social reform based on Christian beliefs Utopia: an imaginary ideal society where greed, war, and conflict do not exist. Idea based on a book by Sir Thomas Moore
12 H.. Humans Questions the Church monarchs started to question motives of the church since people could read, they wondered about the need of a Pope Church corruption was rampant or frequent Secular: Concerned with worldly rather than spiritual matters
13 November 5, 2012 How did the Medieval Period impact the Renaissance? How do interacting cultures create changes in society, government, and economies?
14 6. The Renaissance began in (country) in the early to mid (date). 7. The period between the fall of Rome and the Renaissance is called the. 8. The Renaissance period ended roughly around. 9. The glorification of the human body by Renaissance artists may have helped inspire scientists to study.
15 10. Wealthy supporters of artists, musicians, scholars, and scientists are called. 11. What big shift in thinking (away from Medieval patterns) occurred among the leaders of the Renaissance and how did the classical civilizations of ancient Greece and Rome influence them?
17 Things to Listen For: Martin Luther & Protestant Reformation What caused the Protestant Reformation? What impact did it have? Copernicus & Galileo s Ideas of the Universe How were their ideas different than those of the Medieval period and the Catholic Church? What impact did these ideas have? Gutenberg s invention How did it impact the world? Other key inventions & their impact
18 11. During the Renaissance, Martin Luther sought to the Roman Catholic Church. 12. Johannes Gutenberg s invention of helped speed up the rate at which new information could be spread. 13. During the Renaissance, improved ships and instruments for made it possible to explore the world.
19 14. was the first European kingdom to establish colonies in North America. 15. was the first European kingdom to send ships around the southern tip of Africa. Essay: Describe the Medieval view of the universe and discuss how the studies of Copernicus and Galileo changed that view. Include a discussion of how Galileo s studies were greeted by the Catholic Church.
20 6 th Period: 1.) Qualities of a Renaissance Man modest; knowledgeable bold; stern; gentle loyal; brave avoid ostentation (showy); despise braggarts 2) Read; Languages Read/Speak Latin & Greek; Humanities (History, Science, Math, English, Foreign Languages, Literature, Art, PE, Ancient Civilizations) Write, & Speak Works Cited. Castiglione, Baldassare. The Courtier
21 3 rd Period 1) Qualities of a Renaissance Man bold and stern bravery, soldier for beliefs gentle & modest reserved & not showy don t brag; disgusted by people who do builds other up; does not promote himself 2) Humanities: History Art, Music, Dance Language Read & Write Sciences Math Literature Anthropology, Sociology, Psychology, Religions Ancient Greek & Roman Works Cited: Castiglione, Baldassare. The Courtier.
22 2 nd Period: 1) Qualities of a Renaissance Man very bold, gentle modest, stern reserved, avoid being ostenatious showy does not brag on himself; disgust when others brag 2) Knowledge & Skills histories arts, music, poetry sciences, math different languages study the Greeks & Romans good at writing & reading Works Cited: Castiglione, Baldassare. The Courtier.
23 1 st Period 1) Key Qualities many talents bold & stern gentle, modest know his/her enemy upon sight reserved avoid being showy determined should not brag adventurous 2) Sentence Why these subjects? Why these skills? Cite the source: Castiglione, Baldassare. The Courtier.
24 6 th Period: 1) What are the qualities that a Renaissance would have? sweetness, charm, intelligence, educated, elegant, like art, patronesses 2) What does this document tell us about the Renaissance? people have talent more people were educated (including, women) valued their ideas and beliefs Christians in Renaissance Europe love of art Works Cited: D Este, Isabella. Letters. May 14, 1504.
25 3 rd Period: 1) What are the qualities that a Renaissance woman possesses? intelligence, kindness, beauty, charm, expects people to keep their promises, persistent, demanding, selfobsessed, read and write, wealthy 2) What does this article tell us about the Renaissance? women have more power than ever before more opportunities love of art, music, poetry 3) Cite your source. Works Cited. D Este, Isabella. Letters. May 14, 1504.
26 2 nd Period: 1) What are the qualities of a Renaissance Woman? polite, keep promises bold, has a high opinion of herself charming, sweet manipulative patroness, wealthy can read & write 2) What does this article tell us about the Renaissance? time of art, music, poetry supported artists knowledge & culture freedom; privileges educated women Works Cited: D Este, Isabella. Letters. May 14, 1504.
27 1 st Period 1) What does it tell you about a Renaissance woman? not expected to make the art but served as a patron to artists belief in Christianity high-opinion of herself wealthy 2) What does it tell you about the Renaissance? artists moved around artists worked for money great of love of art 3) Cite the source. D Este, Isabella. Letters. May 14, 1504.
28 P R I M A R Y S O U R C E Gold and silver, of which money is made, are so treated... that no one values them more highly than their true nature deserves. Who does not see that they are far inferior to iron in usefulness since without iron mortals cannot live any more than without fire and water? THOMAS MORE, Utopia P R I M A R Y S O U R C E I am amazed by the opinion of some men who claim that they do not want their daughters, wives, or kinswomen to be educated because their mores [morals] would be ruined as a result.... Here you can clearly see that not all opinions of men are based on reason and that these men are wrong. CHRISTINE DE PIZAN, The Book of The City of Ladies P R I M A R Y S O U R C E What a piece of work is a man, how noble in reason, how infinite in faculties, in form and moving, how express and admirable; in action how like an angel, in apprehension [understanding] how like a god: the beauty of the world, the paragon of animals. WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE, Hamlet (Act 2, Scene 2)
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