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  1. A POWEWR POINT SHOWING GROUPINGS • This Is not a PPA power point • I used this in my class as a compare/contrast thematic lesson • Try to get ideas on how you would incorporate groupings in your PPA power point. This would help include the gifted and talented

  2. THE RENAISSANCE IN EUROPE GLOBAL THEME CHANGE

  3. Note to “Critical” Teachers • 1: This lesson assumes students have a full awareness of the political, economic and social institutions of the Middle Ages. • 2: It is geared to the upper levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy and requires in-depth interpretation and analysis. • 3: The illustrations, in many cases, require teacher explanation and discussion • 4: Teachers should pick and choose items they find important in teaching this lesson

  4. LESSON AIM • What evidence do historians have regarding the nature of change during the Renaissance ?

  5. Thematic Identification • The painting below was an example of “Renaissance” painting. It is a distinct change from Medieval art. “Renaissance” describes the period in history from about 1400-1650. In your groups and based on your knowledge of the previous period, decide how this picture demonstrates CHANGE from the Middle Age art and ideas. The Birth of Venus

  6. BACKGROUND • By the 16th century, Europe experienced major changes in political, economic and social conditions. • These changes were evident in monumental works of art and in new economic and political theories.

  7. INSTRUCTIONS After viewing the following slides: In your GROUPS, write out evidences of “change” {on your charts} that your group believes valid. Be sure to have reasons for your choice !!!!!!

  8. SLIDE ____ SLIDE ____ SLIDE _____ SLIDE ____ CHANGE SEEN CHANGE SEEN CHANGE SEEN CHANGE SEEN CHART FOR GROUP RESPONSES

  9. Slide “A” Determine the change from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance in this art MIDDLE AGES RENAISSANCE

  10. Slide “B” DETERMINE THE CHANGE MIDDLE AGESRENAISSANCE “Madonna and Child” untitled MICHELANGELO “PIETA”

  11. SLIDE “C” ARCHITECTURE MIDDLE AGESRENAISSANCE THE VATICAN, ROME GOTHIC CHURCH

  12. ARCHITECTURE SLIDE “D” RENAISSANCE • MIDDLE AGES

  13. SLIDE “E” DETERMINE THE CHANGE MIDDLE AGES RENAISSANCE “ Creation of Adam” “Birth of Christ”

  14. MIDDLE AGES RENAISSANCE “Slide F” MACHIAVELLI DANTE DANTE’S “INFERNO” “The Prince” http://www2.carthage.edu/departments/english/dante/CantoVPinsky.html http://www.the-prince-by-machiavelli.com/machiavelli-quotes.html#other-quotes

  15. SLIDE “G” MIDDLE AGES RENAISSANCE CASTLE ON A MEDIEVAL MANOR FLORENCE, A RENAISSANCE CITY-STATE

  16. Slide “H” MIDDLE AGES RENAISSANCE SCHEMATIC OF THE “MANOR” SCHEMATIC OF 16 TH CENTURY FLORENCE

  17. Slide “I” CLOTHING RENAISSANCE MIDDLE AGES

  18. Slide # “J” FOOD MIDDLE AGESRENAISSANCE

  19. Slide # “K” WHAT WAS THE CHANGE IN THE PURPOSE FOR WEARING JEWELRY ? MIDDLE AGESRENAISSANCE

  20. ECONOMICS SLIDE “L” RENAISSANCE MONEY SYSTEM MIDDLE AGES • BARTER SYSTEM

  21. ENTERTAINMENT SLIDE “M” RENAISSANCE SHAKESPEAREAN THEATRE MIDDLE AGES “Jousting”

  22. HEROES SLIDE “N” RENAISSANCE MIDDLE AGES

  23. IN GROUPS Using your group worksheets Make a list of changes you have seen from your study of the middle ages and the Renaissance

  24. CATEGORIZATION • Categorize the changes that took place during the renaissance as follows: • POLITICAL—ECONOMIC-- SOCIAL

  25. HOMEWORK • ASSIGNMENT-- DBQ ESSAY • To what extent did the Renaissance change the lives of Europeans?

  26. EXTRA CREDIT WRITE TWO FICTIONAL DIARIES • DIARY # 1 “A day in the life of a citizen living on the manor in Medieval Europe • DIARY # 2: “A day in the life of a citizen living in the Renaissance City-State of Florence • Discuss the evidences of change in a separate paragraph that you illustrated in the diaries

  27. To Critical Teachers Alternate forms of group interaction using organizational patterns 1: CAUSE/EFFECT 2: SEQUENCING 3: LISTING 4: COMPARE/CONTRAST

  28. Skills & Standards List the skills and standards addressed in this lesson