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The Renaissance Introduction. Unit # 4 – Lesson 1. 2/22 – Bell Ringer/Objective. Page 79 Bell Ringer: Is it better to be feared or loved? Explain your reasoning by justifying your response with an example. Objective: Analyze how wealth and status lead to the growth of arts and literature

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the renaissance introduction

The RenaissanceIntroduction

Unit # 4 – Lesson 1

2 22 bell ringer objective
2/22 – Bell Ringer/Objective
  • Page 79
    • Bell Ringer: Is it better to be feared or loved? Explain your reasoning by justifying your response with an example.
    • Objective: Analyze how wealth and status lead to the growth of arts and literature
    • Homework: Find a cultural reference from a song that you currently listen to. Write down:
      • Author, Title of Song, lyric, and what it is referencing
  • Page 80
    • Attach Table of Contents
  • Page 81
    • Attach Study Guide
  • Page 82
    • Attach Notes: Italian Renaissance
  • Page 83
    • Leave Blank, Title: M or T?
2 22 bell ringer objective 1 st
2/22 – Bell Ringer/Objective (1st)
  • Page 79
    • Bell Ringer: Is it better to be feared or loved? Explain your reasoning by justifying your response with an example.
    • Objective: Analyze how wealth and status lead to the growth of arts and literature
    • Homework: Find a cultural reference from a song that you currently listen to. Write down:
      • Author, Title of Song, lyric, and what it is referencing
  • Page 80
    • Attach Table of Contents
  • Page 81
    • Attach Study Guide
  • Page 82
    • Attach Notes: Italian Renaissance
  • Page 83
    • Leave Blank, Title: M or T?
  • Page 83a
    • Answer question: is it better to be feared or loved? (3 paragraphs)
table of contents
Table of Contents
  • Name
  • Unit # 4 – Renaissance & Reformation
  • Assessment Date – Tuesday, March 5
  • Textbook pages – ??? To ???
what we remember from last unit
What we remember from last unit…
  • Feudalism declining
    • Migration into cities/towns
    • Rise of city-states
  • Trade and commerce increasing
    • Cultural diffusion throughout Europe
  • Christianity evolving
    • Church and Crown vying for power
  • Population devastated
    • Black Death, famine, and warfare
renaissance
Renaissance
  • Rebirth
    • Revival of interest in arts and literature
    • Emphasis on humanity
    • People were CURIOUS!
renaissance1
Renaissance

Task: Create your own C/E (like we did during the Unit # 3 Review)

Yes – you must include the C/Es

CAUSES

  • Increased trade with Asia
  • Growth of wealthy city-states
  • Rise of rich merchants
  • Revival of interest in arts and literature
  • Increased desire for scientific learning

EFFECTS

  • Creates wealthy city-states
  • Wealthy merchants arise
  • Merchants have money to spend
  • Artists are commissioned to create works of art
  • Invention of new technologies that help spread Renaissance ideas
  • Construction of universities within towns to educate more people
slide8

Task: Make a prediction – What impact is humanism going to have on religion?

HUMANISM

  • Humanities
    • Emphasis on good education studying “classics” – rhetoric, grammar, poetry, history, Latin (Rome) and Greek
  • Focused on individual accomplishments
    • Potential of human mind is limitless
humanist writers
Humanist Writers
  • Made possible by technology
    • Printing press made books inexpensively
  • Founding fathers
    • Boccaccio and Petrarch

Wrote in the vernacular

humanist writers1
Humanist Writers
  • Secular Writers
    • Wrote about non-church topics
    • Castiglione – The Courtier: behavioral guide for how gentlemen/women should act
    • Think – are there any behavioral guides for men/women now?
humanist writers2
Humanist Writers
  • They were also writing about injustices…government…problems in society…
  • Who else likes to talk about problems in society?
ms wrede what does tupac have to do with the renaissance
Ms. Wrede…What does Tupac have to do with the Renaissance?!
  • Funny you should ask
  • Makaveli
it s actually not makaveli it s machiavelli
It’s actually not Makaveli…it’s Machiavelli
  • And he was a writer…
  • In the 16th century
  • And no, he’s not doing a gang symbol
people have been doing that for years
People have been doing that for years…

This lady was the Duchess of Traetto

This was a priest

This guy worked for the government

the real machiavelli
The Real Machiavelli
  • Real name: Niccolò Machiavelli
  • Wrote “The Prince” in 1513
  • Spoke about injustices in government
  • “It is better to be fear than it is to be loved”
what does this have to do with the renaissance
What does this have to do with the Renaissance?
  • There is a lot going on at this time
    • Revival of antiquities
      • Art
      • Philosophy
      • Rhetoric
      • Science
      • And more and more and more…
  • People who were proficient in several of these disciplines were called…
renaissance man
Renaissance Man
  • Term given to a man during this period who was considered an expert in many different disciplines
    • Ex: Leonardo DaVinci was a painter, sculpture, scientist, inventor, engineer
  • Can you think of anyone today who excels in a variety of disciplines?
shawn carter aka jay z aka hov
Shawn Carter…aka Jay-Z…aka HOV

Task: Make a list

of all of the

cultural references you hear in the song