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Monday, September 24, 2011. Essential Question: Where did the Renaissance begin and how did the ideas of the Renaissance spread? Standard: SSWH9 The student will analyze the change and continuity in the Renaissance and Reformation.

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Monday september 24 2011
Monday, September 24, 2011

  • Essential Question: Where did the Renaissance begin and how did the ideas of the Renaissance spread?

  • Standard: SSWH9 The student will analyze the change and continuity in the Renaissance and Reformation.

  • A. Explain the social, economic and political changes that contributed to the rise of Florence and the ideas of Machiavelli


Monday september 26 2011
Monday, September 26, 2011

  • Bell work: What did you learn about the Middle Ages?

  • Unpack Standard 9

  • Notes: The Renaissance

  • Reading Assignment: The students will read and discuss answer to questions about Machiavelli and The Prince.

  • Writing Assignment: Write an essay about the Renaissance and explain the social, economic and political ideas that defined the age.


The Social,

Economic, and Political Values

of the Renaissance


What you need to learn today:

  • Where did the Renaissance begin and how did the ideas of the Renaissance spread (Florence)?

  • What were the social, economic and political ideas of the Renaissance (define Renaissance, know and understand the importance of patronage, identify Niccolo Machiavelli)?


House Keeping

  • Make sure that the date is in the upper corner and the title is across the top.

  • You will need to pay attention. The notes I will show you are only ½ of the answers. The other half comes from what I say.

  • You will need these notes at the end of class.

  • You may only do my class work. You should have paper and a writing utensil.


"The Vitruvian Man"

by di Vinchi


"The Mona Lisa"

by di Vinchi


What was the Renaissance?

  • An age inEuropean History between 1300 and 1500

  • humanity returns to a classical civilization.

  • Changes took place in many areas:

    • Social

    • Economic,

    • Political



What was the Renaissance? in the mid-1400’s

1. Roman Heritage


What was the Renaissance? in the mid-1400’s

2. Rich and independent city-states


What was the Renaissance? in the mid-1400’s

3. The Patrons: The Medici Family


Review: in the mid-1400’s

  • Where did the Renaissance begin and how did the ideas of the Renaissance spread (Florence)?


What you need to learn today: in the mid-1400’s

  • What were the social, economic and political ideas of the Renaissance (define Renaissance, know and understand the importance of patronage, identify Niccolo Machiavelli)?


Renaissance Characteristics in the mid-1400’s

  • Social Values:

    • The Renaissance Attitude

      • A secular world view:

      • Education was important

      • A renewed interest in answering “Why”.

      • Achievement was celebrated!!!!!

      • These ideas only applied to the Upper and Middle Class Man


Renaissance Characteristics in the mid-1400’s

  • Economics Values

    • Money was now important: Buy things, Positions, Power!

    • If you had money, you had power

    • Patronage

      • The idea that a rich person was suppose to use their money to support art, architecture, literature, and education

      • An artist who worked for a patron was required to make his patron look good.


Renaissance Characteristics in the mid-1400’s

  • Politics

    • purely secular. No religious influence.

    • The wealthy merchant families and Kings used their money to rule their areas.


What you need to learn today: in the mid-1400’s

  • Where did the Renaissance begin and how did the ideas of the Renaissance spread (Florence)?

  • What were the social, economic and political ideas of the Renaissance (define Renaissance, know and understand the importance of patronage, identify Niccolo Machiavelli)?


"The Prince" in the mid-1400’s

“The Ends Justify the Means”


Tuesday september 27 2011
Tuesday, September 27, 2011 in the mid-1400’s

  • Essential Question: What was meant by the term “Renaissance Man” and how did Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo fit this term?

  • Standard:SSWH9 The student will analyze change and continuity in the Renaissance and Reformation.

    b. Identify artistic and scientific achievements of Leonardo da Vinci, the “Renaissance man,” and Michelangelo.


Tuesday september 27 2011 agenda
Tuesday, September 27, 2011: Agenda in the mid-1400’s

  • Bell work: What was Machiavelli's view on government?

  • Read excerpt from the “Prince” and discuss

  • Essay on social, political and economic values of the Renaissance.

  • Notes: The Renaissance Man

  • Discuss the art of Leonardo Da Vinci and Michelangelo


Your Assignment in the mid-1400’s

  • Identify the Renaissance and explain the social, economic and political ideas that defined this age.


The renaissance man
The “Renaissance Man” in the mid-1400’s

A universal man who has many talents. (Ex: write, sing, dance, produce art, and sword fight)

  • Highly educated

  • Expert in your field

  • Man of achievement


Leonardo da vinci
Leonardo Da Vinci in the mid-1400’s

  • Talents in engineering, human anatomy, mathematical experiments and art.

  • Scientific achievements included

    http://www.leonardo-da-vinci-biography.com/da-vinci-helicopter.html

    • Study human body – muscle and bones

    • Designed hundreds of machines- airplane and submarine

  • Artistic achievements included

    http://www.leonardo-da-vinci-biography.com/leonardo-da-vinci-painting.html

    • The Mona Lisa

    • The Last Supper


Michelangelo
Michelangelo in the mid-1400’s

  • Talented architect, sculptor, painter, poet, and engineer of the Italian Renaissance

  • Greatest architectural achievement

    • designed the dome at St. Peter’s Cathedral in Rome

      • Sculpture of David

      • Mural of the Sistine Chapel

      • Sculpture of “Pieta” – Mary holding the Crucified Jesus


Pieta in the mid-1400’s


Assignment in the mid-1400’s

  • Look at the following pictures. Answer:

  • What do these pictures tell us about Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo?

  • What are your 3 favorite works of art? Why?


The Masters in the mid-1400’s

of the

Renaissance


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