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This is my Mini-Lesson for my TS654 Class at Pace University.

This is my Mini-Lesson for my TS654 Class at Pace University.

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  • The Renaissance Unit: The Rebirth of Human Civilization Presentation by, Marc Sirico TS653 Prof. John Calvert Fall 2009
  • AIM: Was the Renaissance the “Birth of Modern Times”?
    • Think/Pair/Share: Do Now-
      • How were the Middle Ages “dark”?
        • During the “Dark Ages” the “light of learning” in Europe had gone out.
      • Do you think we are currently in a Renaissance or “Dark Age”?
  • Renaissance
    • Definition= “ Rebirth ”
    • Renewed interest in the classical art and ideas of Ancient Rome and Greece
    • Individual achievement valued; desire for perfection
  • Renaissance Humanism
    • The 5 Aspects of Renaissance Humanism
      • Classical
      • Worldly
      • Dignified
      • Civilized
      • Perfection
  • Art in Southern Europe
    • Classical principles of Greek and Roman art
    • Realism
    • Religious themes
    • Perspective
    • (3-D appearance)
  • Which theme is showcased in this piece of Southern Renaissance art? You could argue for every one.
  • Which theme is showcased in this piece of Southern Renaissance art?
  • Artists- Northern Europe
    • Less influenced by Classical styles
    • Perspective with oil-based paint
    • Everyday life- Realism
  • Renaissance Museum Webquest
    • Paired/Group project
    • Task 1: Mock Interview
    • Task 2: PowerPoint presentation
    • Rubric
  • Expectations
    • Historical Content Accuracy
    • Logical Interview Sequencing
    • Logical PowerPoint Sequencing
    • Group Cooperation
    • Spelling and Grammar
  • Cite Your Sources! KnightCite Citation Machine etc