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1 Announcements: 1: Thanksgiving Break next week, You need: 1: Spiral/blank sheet of paper Bell Ringer: November 15(16), Pick up a copy of the Bell Ringer: Silk Road 2. In the summary space, describe how the Silk Road helped to spread trade and ideas

2 Announcements: 1: Thanksgiving Break next week, You need: 1: Spiral/blank sheet of paper, Bell Ringer: November 13(14), Silk Road was a trade route that connected China to Rome. As people traded goods, they also traded ideas.

3 Housekeeping Pass back papers Monday/Tuesday: TOP TEN GRADES FOR EACH CLASS- CANDY Monday/Tuesday: Failing-to-not failing: CANDY Take this time to set up your Cornell notes, turn in homework, and grab your clickers

4 Announcements/Materials Announcements Thanksgiving Break is next week! Materials Spiral/paper Independent Practice worksheet (class set)

5 Lesson Objective Analyze the intellectual, religious, political, economic, and artistic impact of the Renaissance on Europe. 1. What are we learning? Rewrite the LO into a question: How would How will How might Why would Why will Why might

6 Word Wall Vocabulary: Intellectualism: importance of individuals and their worth Humanism: emphasis on dignity, worth, and uniqueness Secular: NON-religious Renaissance: means Rebirth; classical Greek and Roman art and literature becomes popular Leonardo Da Vinci: famous Renaissance man Perspective: viewpoint, a style of Renaissance art Realism: realistic depictions (visuals) in art Heliocentric: model of the universe with the sun at the center Vernacular: every day speech

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8 The Renaissance Means rebirth Began in Italy in the 1500s

9 Intellectual Impact: Humanists Individualism: placed importance on individuals worth and interests instead of state control Humanists: artists that placed great emphasis on dignity, worth, and uniqueness of each person. Wealthy merchants called patrons support (pay for) artists to create art

10 Intellectual Impact: Humanists Humanists: thought people could enjoy the finer things in life without offending God Popularized the study of subjects common to classical Greek and Roman education History Literature Philosophy

11 Intellectual Impact: Literature Secular: not connected to religion Authors wrote about secular things such as the pleasure of the senses and how to behave in society Writers wrote in vernacular (common language) so everyone could understand Literacy improved Learning increased

12 Intellectual Impact: Science and Technology Church taught that the earth was the center of the universe Nicholas Copernicus was a Polish scientist who concluded that the earth orbited around the sun Heliocentric: the idea that the earth and other planets revolve around the sun

13 Intellectual Impact: Science and Technology Galileo Galilei: Italian scientist who used a telescope to study Copernicus theory. He was put on trial by the Church for opposing their views

14 Artistic Impact: Painting and Sculpture Realistic/lifelike Use of perspective Nature Classical Greek and Roman influence/scenes Individualism (reflects individual thinking of the Renaissance)

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20 Artistic Impact: Architecture Renaissance architecture abandoned pointed arches and ornamentation of the Middle Ages Used columns and circular arches of ancient times (Greek and Roman influence)

21 Renaissance Architecture:

22 Renaissance Impact: Category Change Artistic Realism Perspective Individual portraits Intellectual Humanism focuses on human achievements, secularism (nonreligious) develops Invention of the printing press helps to spread ideas Economic Because of trade, wealthy merchant class develops Political Exploration of the New World leads to establishment of colonies and new markets Development of powerful nation-states in Western Europe Religion Loss of faith in the church leads to loss of power

23 Fun Fact: The Ninja Turtles are named after Renaissance artists: Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo, and Donatello Michelangelo (who painted the Sistine Chapel) became famous after he tried to copy a Greek statue and pass it off as an original.

24 Independent Practice Please refer to the Independent Practice: Renaissance paper for more instructions.

25 WE EARNED CELL PHONE TIME!

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