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Classical Roots. Lesson 9: Creativity. roots. ARS, ARTIS <L. art AOIDE <G. song CANTO, CANTARE, CATAVI <L to sing PINGO, PINGERE, PINXI, PICTUM <L. to paint, to embroider. a rs , artis. <L. art. artifact.

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Classical roots

Classical Roots

Lesson 9: Creativity


Roots
roots

  • ARS, ARTIS <L. art

  • AOIDE <G. song

  • CANTO, CANTARE, CATAVI <L to sing

  • PINGO, PINGERE, PINXI, PICTUM <L. to paint, to embroider


A rs artis
ars, artis

  • <L. art


Artifact
artifact

  • An object made by human beings; often refers to a primitive tool or other relic from an earlier period

    (facere <L. to make)


Artifice
artifice

  • Craftiness; trickery

  • Cleverness; skill

    (fice= facere <L. to make)


Artless
artless

  • Without deceit or cunning; natural; simple

  • Crude; ignorant; uncultured


Artisan
artisan

  • A skilled craftsperson


Practice
Practice!

  • Which word refers to a craftsperson?

    artless? artifice? artisan?

    (artisan)


Practice1
Practice!

  • Somebody who is simple, naïve, or uncultured could be called…

    artless? artifice? artisan?

    (artless)


Practice2
Practice!

  • Craftiness, trickery, cleverness, skill

    artless? artifice? artisan?

    (artifice)


Aoide
aoide

  • <G. song


ode

  • A poem usually addressed to a particular person, object, or event that has stimulated deep and noble feelings in the poet


Parody
parody

  • A humorous imitation of a piece of literature or music

  • To mimic a style, plot, or idea for comic effect


Rhapsody
rhapsody

  • Speech or writing expressing great pleasure or enthusiasm

  • A musical composition of irregular form


Practice3
Practice!

  • A poem addressed to a particular person, object, or event is…

    ode? rhapsody? parody?

    (ode)


Practice4
Practice!

  • A spoof, an imitation for a comic effect

    ode? rhapsody? parody?

    (parody)


Practice5
Practice!

  • The expression of great pleasure or enthusiasm

    ode? rhapsody? parody?

    (rhapsody)


Canto cantare
canto, cantare

  • <L. to sing


Incantation
incantation

  • The chanting or speaking of words seeming to have magical power used to create a magical spell


Recant
recant

  • To take back a formal statement or belief previously made known


Pingo pingere pinxi pictum
Pingo, pingere, pinxi, pictum

  • <L. to paint, to embroider


Depict
depict

  • To paint, draw, or express in a picture or sculpture

  • To describe; to picture in words

    (de <L. from)


Pictograph
pictograph

  • A picture or drawing representing words or ideas


Practice6
Practice!

  • Magical words that are said or chanted

    recant? incantation? parody?

    (incantation)


Practice7
Practice!

  • A symbol or an icon

    depict? recant? pictograph?

    (pictograph)


Practice8
Practice!

  • To take back words that were previously made known

    depict? recant? pictograph?

    (recant)


Practice9
Practice!

  • To picture in words; to describe

    depict? incantation? parody?

    (depict)


Challenge
Challenge!

  • ______________on cave walls have been found in Lascaux, France that are over 17, 300 years old!

    (pictographs)


Challenge1
Challenge!

  • “Abracadabra” and “open sesame” are examples of ______________.

    (incantations)


Challenge2
Challenge!

  • Mad TV and Weird Al Yankovic often mock or spoof pop culture in their ______________.

    (parodies)


Challenge3
Challenge!

  • The mayor launched into a ___________ about his plans for improving the city.

    (rhapsody)


Challenge4
Challenge!

  • The wall was painted with a large mural _____________ famous scenes in American history.

    (depicting)


Challenge5
Challenge!

  • Witnesses threatened to _________if their names were released to the media. They didn’t want others to know they turned in the criminal.

    (recant)


Challenge6
Challenge!

  • Scary Movie and Vampires Suck

    are movies that make fun of pop culture celebrities and plots. These are considered to be ___________.

    (parodies)


Challenge7
Challenge!

  • The whole story was just an ____________to win our sympathy!

    (artifice)


Challenge8
Challenge!

  • Her simple, __________, charm won us over instantly.

    (artless)


Challenge9
Challenge!

  • We visited a re-created 19th century village that featured an array of various ___________: a carpenter, a blacksmith, a glassblower, and a potter.

    (artisans)


Challenge10
Challenge!

  • If a writer wants to pay tribute or show respect for an event or a person, he or she may write an ________.

    (ode)


Challenge11
Challenge!

  • Many ____________have been found in excavation sites of the Egyptian pyramids.

    (artifacts)


Challenge12
Challenge!

  • Cartoonists sometimes humorously ___________political figures or events for

    (parody)


Challenge13
Challenge!

  • The painter, Mary Cassatt, ____________scenes of family life and intimate interiors in her work.

    (depicted)


Challenge14
Challenge!

  • Detectives must possess __________ to solve their cases.

    (artifice)


Challenge15
Challenge!

  • Although ___________in Spanish culture and language, our family decided to visit and learn a great deal.

    (artless)


Challenge16
Challenge!

  • Visitors to the Eiffel Tower or Grand Canyon often recount their impressions in a ___________of detail.

    (rhapsody)


Challenge17
Challenge!

  • Many were forced to _________ their statements made in opposition to the harsh ruler, or they would face severe consequences.

    (recant)


Challenge18
Challenge!

  • The author ___________the life of a young Chinese girl growing up in San Francisco.

    (depicts)


Challenge19
Challenge!

  • Categorize the vocabulary words as:

    NOUNS

    ADJECTIVES

    VERBS


Nouns
NOUNS

  • artifact

  • artifice

  • artisan

  • ode

  • parody

  • rhapsody

  • incantation

  • pictograph


Adjectives
ADJECTIVES

  • artless


Verbs
VERBS

  • parody

  • recant

  • depict


Challenge20
Challenge!

  • What is the noun form of parody?

    (parodist)


Challenge21
Challenge!

  • What is the verb form of rhapsody?

    (rhapsodize)


Challenge22
Challenge!

  • What is the adjective form of rhapsody?

    (rhapsodic)


Challenge23
Challenge!

  • What is the noun form of recant?

    (recantation)


Challenge24
Challenge!

  • What is the adjective form of pictograph?

    (pictographic)


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