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Do Now:. Grab today’s Agenda (site or table). On a separate sheet of paper, answer the following question: How has the Internet changed the world?. Objective: The Renaissance Spreads North. SOL WHII.3c TSWDK of the… printing press. The Renaissance Spreads North. Transportation

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do now

Do Now:

Grab today’s Agenda (site or table). On a separate sheet of paper, answer the following question:

How has the Internet changed the world?

objective the renaissance spreads north

Objective:The Renaissance Spreads North

SOL WHII.3c

TSWDK of the… printing press.

the renaissance spreads north
The Renaissance Spreads North
  • Transportation
  • Printing Press
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Transportation

Traditional passes

  • Mountain passes through the Alps.
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Transportation

Traditional passes

  • Mountain passes through the Alps.
  • The Danube,
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Transportation

Traditional passes

  • Mountain passes through the Alps.
  • The Danube, Rhine,
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Transportation

Traditional passes

  • Mountain passes through the Alps.
  • The Danube, Rhine, and Rhone Rivers run through Northern Europe.
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Transportation

Education

  • Northern European students studied in Italy and brought Renaissance ideas back to Germany, the Netherlands, France, and England.
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Transportation

Education

  • Northern European students studied in Italy and brought Renaissance ideas back to Germany, the Netherlands, France, and England.
  • Increased trade created new wealth and more people could afford higher education. Many new universities were established to accomplish this.
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Printing Press

Invention

  • Chinese had wooden block printing press a hundred years before the Renaissance.
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Printing Press

Invention

  • Chinese had wooden block printing press a hundred years before the Renaissance.
  • 1450, Johannes Gutenberg of Mainz, Germany,
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Printing Press

Invention

  • Chinese had wooden block printing press a hundred years before the Renaissance.
  • 1450, Johannes Gutenberg of Mainz, Germany, created a movable type printing press.
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Printing Press

Invention

  • Chinese had wooden block printing press a hundred years before the Renaissance.
  • 1450, Johannes Gutenberg of Mainz, Germany, created a movable type printing press.
  • First book printed was the Bible – into English, French, and German
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Printing Press

Pros

  • More books can be printed in a shorter period of time.
  • Books printed with the press were cheaper than books copied by scribes.
  • Reading was no longer reserved for the wealthy and clergy

Cons

  • Some complained that books printed on paper would not last long.
  • Hand-copied manuscripts were far more beautiful than printed books.
  • Printing press threatened the profession of scribes.
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Printing Press

Consequences

  • By 1475, printing presses operated in England, France, Germany, Italy, and several other European nations.
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Printing Press

Consequences

  • By 1475, printing presses operated in England, France, Germany, Italy, and several other European nations.
  • Many books were printed and these books helped spread new humanist ideas to a large audience.
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Printing Press

Consequences

  • By 1475, printing presses operated in England, France, Germany, Italy, and several other European nations.
  • Many books were printed and these books helped spread new humanist ideas to a large audience.
  • The printing press had an important impact on spreading the ideas of the Renaissance... And our next unit!
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Conclusion
  • The humanist ideas of the Renaissance spread:
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Conclusion
  • The humanist ideas of the Renaissance spread:
      • Via trade routes through Europe
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Conclusion
  • The humanist ideas of the Renaissance spread:
      • Via trade routes through Europe
      • Northern European students shared knowledge learned in Italy
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Conclusion
  • The humanist ideas of the Renaissance spread:
      • Via trade routes through Europe
      • Northern European students shared knowledge learned in Italy
  • The printing press played a role in spreading humanist ideas.
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Conclusion
  • The humanist ideas of the Renaissance spread:
      • Via trade routes through Europe
      • Northern European students shared knowledge learned in Italy
  • The printing press played a role in spreading humanist ideas.
      • More books could be printed to more places
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Conclusion
  • The humanist ideas of the Renaissance spread:
      • Via trade routes through Europe
      • Northern European students shared knowledge learned in Italy
  • The printing press played a role in spreading humanist ideas.
      • More books could be printed to more places
      • Literacy rate rose
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