Unit 1, Renaissance

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  • 1. Renaissance Big Idea: Change
  • 2. Big Idea: Change Essential Question
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    • 1) The Middle Ages was a very harsh time and many people refer to it as the “Dark Ages.” What do you think? Was it “Dark?” (not the color) Was the Renaissance a reaction to the Middle Ages? Why or why not? Are we in a “dark age” or “renaissance” today? Explain your answer by providing examples.
  • 3. Big Idea: Change Essential Question
    • 2) Renaissance means rebirth. Was the Renaissance a time of rebirth? Why? Can you think of any other instances where the world has undergone a rebirth? What do you consider to be a rebirth? Explain your answer by providing examples.
  • 4. Big Idea: Change Essential Question
    • 3) Machiavelli, Shakespeare, Michelangelo and Da Vinci were just a few people who made significant contributions during the Renaissance. What was the most significant contribution made by each one of these famous men? Why do you feel that way? Explain.
  • 5. Big Idea: Change Essential Question
    • 4) A more secular worldview was a large part of the Renaissance. Which ‘ism is similar to you? Why do you feel that way? Explain your answer by providing examples.
  • 6. Big Idea: Change Essential Question
    • 5) Many changes came about during the Renaissance. What was the most important change to come about during the Renaissance? Why? Explain your answer thoroughly.
  • 7. Essential Questions
    • No new Essential Question, work on your essential questions, they are due on Friday!!
  • 8. Big Idea: Change
    • How did we get to the Renaissance?
    • A. Middle Ages (Dark Ages)
    • When: fall of W. Roman Empire to the Renaissance (476 AD – 1300’s AD)
    • Where: Throughout Europe, Asia and Africa
    • What: A variety of things because it was 900 years
  • 9. Big Idea: Change
    • - Dark Ages: “the light of learning” had gone out
    • - Economy became more agricultural
    • - Feudalism developed
    • What is feudalism?
    • Do we have anything similar?
  • 10. Higher Lords
  • 11. Big Idea: Change
    • - Roman Catholic Church was very powerful
    • - Many groups started to migrate to Europe
    • - The Crusades
    • What were these?
    • What caused them?
    • What were the results?
  • 12. Big Idea: Change
    • - Black death (1300’s)
    • “ Ring Around the Rosies”
    • Could this happen today?
    • Summarize the Middle Ages
  • 13. Europe in 476 A.D.
  • 14. Europe in 1360 A.D.
  • 15. Big Idea: Change
    • II. Renaissance Basics
    • A. When?
    • - approximately 1300 – 1600
    • B. Where and Who?
    • - began in Florence, Italy and spread throughout Europe
  • 16. Big Idea: Change
    • C. What?
    • - a rebirth that emphasized Greek and Roman culture and learning
    • What do you consider a rebirth?
  • 17. Big Idea: Change
    • III. Secular Worldview
    • A. What is Secular?
    • - Things not regarded as religious or spiritual (worldly)
    • What are some examples of a secular viewpoint today?
  • 18. Big Idea: Change
    • B. A new concept of the World
    • - Secularism: life on earth is more important than the afterlife
    • 1) Live for the now and forget about later
    • 2) People challenged the church
  • 19. Big Idea: Change
    • - Skepticism: questioning tradition and authority, “Why?”
    • C. People were important
    • - During the Middle Ages, people were thought of as false, flawed and corrupt
  • 20. Big Idea: Change
    • - Humanism: Humans are the center of the universe, humans can do anything
    • - Individualism: very important to be yourself
  • 21. Big Idea: Change
    • "Ism's" were very popular during this time. Do we have any type of "ism's" today? (They don’t necessarily have to end with “ism.”) Explain your answer.
    • (Show us your “ism”)
  • 22. Big Idea: Change
    • D. Renaissance Man
    • - Everybody had a responsibility to become as perfect as possible.
    • - The ideal individual tried to master everything (art, music, poetry, etc.)
    • - Who is a Renaissance Man today? What qualities make a Renaissance Man today?
  • 23. Big Idea: Change
    • Comparing Medieval and Renaissance Art
    • What is the subject matter of the painting?
    • What colors are used?
    • What can you determine about the size of the figures in the paintings?
    • How realistic is the painting? Consider the pose.
    • What symbols are used? What messages do these symbols convey?
    • Can you determine from these paintings what may have been important in the lives of the painters/public?
  • 24. Big Idea: Change
    • Compare and Contrast Medieval and Renaissance Art
    • - How are they different?
    • - How are they the same?
  • 25.
    • Medieval Art
    • Focused on Religious Art
    • Lacks perspective
    • Appears flat
    • Little use of light and shadow
    • Doesn’t look natural, appears “placed” in the picture
    • Children look like small adults
    • Colors are more subdued
    • Heavy use of gold
    • Symbols of the church are found in these paintings
  • 26.
    • Renaissance Art
    • Artists became known for individual style and imagination
    • Figures were drawn from nature and were based on observation of the real world
    • Colors are rich, warm and glowing
    • Use of perspective, light and shadow, proportion, anatomically correct physiology and emotion
    • Less emphasis on religion
    • Use of classical topics/stories depicted in paintings
  • 27. Big Idea: Change
    • Art innovation
    • A. Perspective
    • - Making a two-dimensional painting look three-dimensional
  • 28.
    • Jan van Eyck
    • The Arnolfini
    • Wedding
    • - Notice how it
    • looks 3-D, that’s
    • perspective
  • 29. Big Idea: Change
    • B. Secular paintings
    • - Up until this point paintings were religious
    • Why would they change?
    • Does art reflect society? How?
  • 30. Big Idea: Change
    • V. Renaissance Men
    • A. William Shakespeare
    • - One of, if not the, greatest playwright of all time
    • - Macbeth, Romeo & Juliet, Hamlet, Julius Caesar
    • Why write about the assassination of Julius Caesar?
  • 31. Big Idea: Change
    • B. Michelangelo
    • - painter, sculptor, architect, engineer and poet (Renaissance Man?)
    • - sculptures: the David and the Pieta
    • - paintings: Sistine Chapel
  • 32.
    • Michelangelo’s
    • Pieta
  • 33.
    • Michelangelo’s David
    • Rated PG
  • 34.  
  • 35.
    • The Last
    • Judgment
    • Sistine
    • Chapel
    • The Second
    • coming of
    • Christ
  • 36.
    • Scenes from
    • Genesis
    • - Creation
  • 37. Big Idea: Change
    • C. Leonardo da Vinci
    • - scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor, painter, sculptor, architect, musician and writer
    • - had ideas for a helicopter, a tank, solar power and a calculator
  • 38.
    • da Vinci’s
    • Mona Lisa
    • Happy or sad?
  • 39.
    • da Vinci’s
    • The Last Supper
  • 40.
    • da Vinci’s helicopter
  • 41.
    • da Vinci’s tank
  • 42. Big Idea: Change
    • Niccolo Machiavelli
    • - political philosopher, poet and musician
    • - Main work entitled The Prince
    • 1) described how a ruler can keep control of his empire
  • 43. Big Idea: Change
    • Renaissance Architecture
    • A. Architectural style went back to Ancient Roman style
    • B. Symmetry, proportion, order
  • 44. St. Peter’s Basilica
  • 45. Renaissance Bingo
    • Humanistic
    • Middle Ages
    • Serfs
    • King
    • Crusades
    • Ring Around the Rosie
    • Black Death
    • Rebirth
  • 46. Renaissance Bingo
    • Greek and Roman
    • Pictures looked natural
    • The Globe
    • Elizabethan
    • Proportion and symmetry
    • How a ruler can keep his/her empire
    • Individualism
  • 47. Renaissance Bingo
    • Secular
    • Humanism
    • Skepticism
    • Renaissance man
    • Perspective
    • Secularism
    • Renaissance
  • 48. Renaissance Bingo
    • Machiavelli
    • Michelangelo
    • Shakespeare
    • Da Vinci
    • Raphael