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Unit 9 Beginning of Modern Times
Chapter 28 The Renaissance

1300 A.D. - 1600 A.D.


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Day 1
Topic    Map: Europe During the Renaissance
Objective
Locate and label kingdoms of Italy.
Label geographical locations around Italy.                                                
State Goals
16.A.3b  Make inferences about historical events and eras using historical maps and other historical sources.
17.A.1a  Identify physical characteristics of places, both local and global (e.g., locations, roads, bodies of water).
Classwork-Homework
Renaissance ppt Good Introduction

atlas.gif (1202 bytes) Atlas of World History

readme.gif (1442 bytes) Atlas of World History pp. 90-91

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Europe During the Renaissance  51a & 51b 

atlas.gif (1202 bytes) Renaissance Italy Map
atlas.gif (1202 bytes) Renaissance Map

Resources
Note02.gif (247 bytes) Renaissance

 

Day 2
Topic   28-1 The Italian City-States
Objective
Explain how the Renaissance flourished in Italy.  
Appreciate the possibilities of learning about a society through the study of works of art.    
State Goals
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.A.3a  Explain how language, literature, and the arts, architecture, and traditions contribute to the development and transmission of culture.
Classwork-Homework
Chalkboard.bmp (15654 bytes) Terms to Learn
Classical Writings:
writings of the ancient Greeks and Romans
Humanists:
belief in the importance of people
Renaissance: rebirth of learning
Perspective:
way of showing objects as they appear at different distances                 
Pizza:
central square
Doge: official ruler

Chalkboard.bmp (15654 bytes) People to Know
People of the Renaissance

Leonardo da Vinci Mona Lisa; The Last Supper
Michelangelo Sistine ceiling painting
Pieta (dead Christ statue)
Medici Family that ruled Florence
Founded the Medici bank
Family produced four popes
Botticelli 1445-1510 painter, Adoration of the Magi, Birth of Venus
Lorenzo de Medici ruler of Florence in 1487
Savonarola monk that overthrew Medici 1494
hanged in 1498 for heresy
Rodrigo Borgia became Pope Alexander VI after bribing cardinals
Lucretia Borgia known for lively parties and she poisoned her enemies

atlas.gif (1202 bytes) Places to Locate
Florence
Venice
Papal States

The Day the Universe Changed  9:56  city-state of Florence
Renaissance Festival  7:23
Renaissance: Medici  1:50

atlas.gif (1202 bytes) The States of Italy During the Renaissance

Note02.gif (247 bytes) Important City-States Kingdoms

readme.gif (1442 bytes) Section 28-1 The Italian City-States pp. 433-439
Art
City Life
Florence
The Papal states
Venice

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) The Italian Renaissance  Color!!

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Who's Who in the Renaissance?
Choose one of the influential Renaissance people listed below and design a presentation.

Resources
readme.gif (1442 bytes) Electronic Passport to the Renaissance   
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Questions  braininjar.gif (1615 bytes) Test 1    braininjar.gif (1615 bytes) Test 2

 

Day 3
Topic    Leonardo da Vinci
Objective
Describe the Renaissance, and explain how Leonardo da Vinci reflected the spirit of the age.
Discuss the many achievements of Leonardo.
Explain the significance of his famous notebooks.
Describe some of Leonardo’s inventions and contributions in a variety of fields.
Appreciate the possibilities of learning about a society through the study of works of art.
State Goals
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
18.B.3b  Explain how social institutions contribute to the development and transmission of culture.
8.A.3a  Explain how language, literature, and the arts, architecture, and traditions contribute to the development and transmission of culture.
Classwork-Homework
Leonardo da Vinci: Science, Engineering, and Inventions  9:17
Leonardo: The Ultimate Scientist/Artist  3:08
Leonardo's Inventions  1:57
Leonardo's Automobile  1:20
Da Vinci: Secrets Hidden in Paintings  1:33
The Real Secrets of Leonardo  5:01
Dice.bmp (3974 bytes) Leonardo's Mysterious Machinery 

BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) Leonardo da Vinci
Complete reading unit includes Lesson Plan, worksheets, Discussion Cards, and Quiz found at Reading A-Z.com 
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The Legacy of da Vinci

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Day 4
Topic    Leonardo da Vinci
Objective
Describe the Renaissance, and explain how Leonardo da Vinci reflected the spirit of the age.
Discuss the many achievements of Leonardo.
Explain the significance of his famous notebooks.
Describe some of Leonardo’s inventions and contributions in a variety of fields.
State Goals
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
18.B.3b  Explain how social institutions contribute to the development and transmission of culture.
8.A.3a  Explain how language, literature, and the arts, architecture, and traditions contribute to the development and transmission of culture.
Classwork-Homework
LEONARDO DA VINCI animated
Leonardo da Vinci Part 1   2:02
Leonardo da Vinci Part 2  2:41  Milan, Italy 1498
Leonardo da Vinci Part 3  2:16
Leonardo da Vinci Part 4  2:23
Leonardo da Vinci Part 5  2:01  Florence, Italy
Leonardo da Vinci Part 6  1:55
Leonardo da Vinci Part 7  2:03
Leonardo da Vinci Part 8  2:34
Leonardo da Vinci Part 9  3:37
Leonardo da Vinci Part 10  2:45
Leonardo da Vinci Part 11  2:09
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Day 5
Topic    Medici
Objective
Explain how the Medici family became the richest family in Florence.
Name some well-known Medici.
State Goals
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
18.B.3b  Explain how social institutions contribute to the development and transmission of culture.
Classwork-Homework
The Magnificent Medici  55:22

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Which Medici Are You? 
1. page 24-25 kids take a survey to find out what kind of Medici they would be
2. Medici Facts; kids find 3 facts about each Medici, Cosomo, Lorenzo the Magnificent, Giovanni (Pope Leo X)

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Day 6
Topic  28-2 France
Objective
Identify how France was influenced by the Renaissance.
State Goals
15.E.3a  Identify the types of taxes levied by differing levels of government.
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.A.3a  Explain how language, literature, and the arts, architecture, and traditions contribute to the development and transmission of culture.
Classwork-Homework
Chalkboard.bmp (15654 bytes) Terms to Learn
Chateaux: castles

 Chalkboard.bmp (15654 bytes) Renaissance in France
Italian architecture
Italian art
Italian fashion
King hired Italian artisans and architects
French authors encouraged to model after Italian authors.

CHATEAU de CHENONCEAU: The History of a Renaissance Castle
Château de Chenonceau: Early History Part 1  9:06
Château de Chenonceau: King Francois I and Henri II  Part 2  7:04

Château de Chenonceau: Diane de Poitiers Part 3  7:39
Château de Chenonceau: Diane de Poitiers Part 4  7:50
Château de Chenonceau: Catherine de Medici Part 5  6:20

Château de Chenonceau: Catherine de Medici Part 6  7:42
Château de Chenonceau: Louise de Lorraune and Gabrielle d'Estress Part 7 6:45
Château de Chenonceau: Beautiful Madame Dupin Part 8  6:45
Château de Chenonceau: Madame Pelouze's Restoration Part 9  9:31
Château de Chenonceau: Rise and Fall of Madame Pelouze Part 10  6:45

readme.gif (1442 bytes) Section 28-2 France pp. 440

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Medieval Europe and Renaissance Italy Comparison Chart

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Day 7
Topic    28-3 Germany and Flanders
Objective
Describe how the Renaissance spread to Germany and to Flanders.
State Goals
15.E.3a  Identify the types of taxes levied by differing levels of government.
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.A.3a  Explain how language, literature, and the arts, architecture, and traditions contribute to the development and transmission of culture.
Classwork-Homework
Chalkboard.bmp (15654 bytes) Terms to Learn
Printing Press: carved letters that could be moved around

Chalkboard.bmp (15654 bytes) Renaissance in Germany and Flanders
Religious leaders learned Greek and Hebrew.
New translation of the New Testament.
German recognized wealth, beauty, and personal improvement.
1440 Johann Guttenberg invents movable type to allow more books to be printed.
Hubert and Jan Van Eyck painted in oils.
Flanders was the center of the northern Renaissance.


Chalkboard.bmp (15654 bytes) Printing Press Timeline
1041 Movable clay type invented in China.
1436 Gutenberg began work on a printing press.
1440 Gutenberg completed his wooden press, which used movable metal type.
1461 The first illustrated book is printed, Edelstein, featuring a number of woodcuts.
1477 England prints its first book.
1499 Printing is established in more than 250 cities around Europe.
1550 Metal screw threads replace wooden ones to aid the power action of printing presses.
1584 Cambridge University begins printing. Still active today.
1593 Shakespeare's Venus & Adonis is printed
1609 Johan Carolus of Strasbourg prints the world's first newspaper.
1637 A decree limits the number of printers and foundries in England.
1639 Stephen Day sets up the first printing press in the United States.
1644 The Licensing Act is passed and anything printed is subject to censorship in England.
1689 The Declaration of Rights is issued, leading to the end of the Licensing Act in England.
1690 America begins to print paper money.
1694 The Licensing Act expires and is not renewed.
1699 By this year, 150 paper mills in England employ over 2,500 workers.
1720 France begins to print paper money.

Histeria: The Printing Press  4:30
Demonstrating the Guttenberg Printing Press  9:06
Albrecht Durer 1471-1528  5:51  music only
Albrecht Durer  4:44   narrated
Peles Castle: Built in German Renaissance  4:00

readme.gif (1442 bytes) Section 3 Germany and Flanders p. 441

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) The Age of Printing

crayon0a.gif (328 bytes) How to Draw a 3-D Castle  9:21

Resources
Dog of Flanders Part 1  10:58 cartoon movie showing life in Flanders  1hr 33 min
A Dog of Flanders (1960) 10:16  great movie showing life in Flanders

 

Day 8
Topic   28-4 Spain
Objective
Discuss how the Church and the government influenced the Renaissance in Spain.
State Goals
15.E.3a  Identify the types of taxes levied by differing levels of government.
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.A.3a  Explain how language, literature, and the arts, architecture, and traditions contribute to the development and transmission of culture.
Classwork-Homework
Chalkboard.bmp (15654 bytes) Terms to Learn
El Escorial:
granite palace

Chalkboard.bmp (15654 bytes) People to Know
Jimenez:
founded universities; helped produce new translation of the Bible
Philip II:
King of Spain; inquisition
El Greco: Greek artist in Spain
Saavedra: author Don Quixote

Chalkboard.bmp (15654 bytes) Places to Locate
Toledo: center for painters and poets

Alhambra of Granada Tour  5:58
Global Treasures El Escorial  9:31  narrated
Philip II of Spain  2:06
Favorite Artists: El Greco  5:20
El Greco Paintings  1:54
Don Quixote (1934)  8:11  cartoon

readme.gif (1442 bytes) Section 28-4 Spain pp. 442-443

Resources
star.gif (2279 bytes) Don Quixote Worksheet  Read Don Quixote and answer the questions

 

Day 9
Topic    28-5 England
Objective
List features of the Renaissance in England.
View plays of William Shakespeare.
State Goals
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.A.3a  Explain how language, literature, and the arts, architecture, and traditions contribute to the development and transmission of culture.
Classwork-Homework
Chalkboard.bmp (15654 bytes) Terms to Learn
Playwrights:
authors of plays

Chalkboard.bmp (15654 bytes)   People to Know
Henry VIII: encouraged art, literature, hunting, tennis, and parties
William Shakespeare: Romeo & Juliet, Macbeth, Hamlet, Julius Caesar
Elizabeth I: Poetry, music, and the theater became a part of daily life 1580 first theaters built

Shakespeare  3:30

Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Plays of William Shakespeare  full scripts and information

ROMEO & JULIET:  cartoon version
Romeo & Juliet  Part 1  10:09 
Romeo & Juliet  Part 2  8:41
Romeo & Juliet  Part 3  6:09

MACBETH: cartoon version
Macbeth Part 1  8:41
Macbeth Part 2  7:11
Macbeth Part 3  9:45

HAMLET: cartoon version
Hamlet Part 1  8:11
Hamlet Part 2  9:01
Hamlet Part 3  8:22

JULIUS CAESAR: cartoon version
Julius Caesar Part 1   10:21
Julius Caesar Part 2   9:31
Julius Caesar Part 3   5:05
 

readme.gif (1442 bytes) Section 28-5 England pp. 443-446

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Shakespeare's England

BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) Music in the Renaissance  10 pages

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Day 10
Topic    Henry VIII: Lost Palaces
Objective
Learn about the life of Henry VIII.
State Goals
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.A.3a  Explain how language, literature, and the arts, architecture, and traditions contribute to the development and transmission of culture.
Classwork-Homework
HENRY VIII's LOST PALACES
Henry VIII's Lost Palaces Part 1/8   9:36
Henry VIII's Lost Palaces Part 2/8  9:39
Henry VIII's Lost Palaces Part 3/8  9:33
Henry VIII's Lost Palaces Part 4/8  9:28
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Day 11
Topic    Henry VIII: Lost Palaces
Objective
Learn about the life of Henry VIII.
State Goals
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.A.3a  Explain how language, literature, and the arts, architecture, and traditions contribute to the development and transmission of culture.
Classwork-Homework
HENRY VIII's LOST PALACES
Henry VIII's Lost Palaces Part 5/8  9:43
Henry VIII's Lost Palaces Part 6/8  9:28
Henry VIII's Lost Palaces Part 7/8  9:29
Henry VIII's Lost Palaces Part 8/8  9:34
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Day 12
Topic    Henry VIII
Objective
Learn about the life of Henry VIII.
State Goals
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.A.3a  Explain how language, literature, and the arts, architecture, and traditions contribute to the development and transmission of culture.
Classwork-Homework
The Young Henry VIII  5:17
Henry VIII's Diet  5:26
St Thomas Moore  8:24   student project
The Execution of Thomas Moore  3:10
The Wives of Henry VIII  2:16

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Henry VIII: Star or Monster

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Henry VII: Catholic or Protestant?

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Henry VIII: The Break With Rome 

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Day
Topic    Virtual Field Trips
Objective
To gain an understanding of the key elements that have driven the Renaissance.
State Goals
Classwork-Homework
SchoolBus5.bmp (6174 bytes) Leonardo Da Vinci: Mysterious Machinery
        Can you identify these drawings?
SchoolBus5.bmp (6174 bytes) Tour of Florence
SchoolBus5.bmp (6174 bytes) Virtual Renaissance
SchoolBus5.bmp (6174 bytes) Virtual Tour of the Globe Theater
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State Goals
Classwork-Homework
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Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Assignments    crayon0a.gif (328 bytes) Art Activity    BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) Lesson Plan      braininjar.gif (1615 bytes) Tests              IconMap.bmp (3402 bytes)_Maps     Note02.gif (247 bytes) Resources    
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Web Sites    
SchoolBus5.bmp (6174 bytes) Field Trips     Computer.gif (1114 bytes) Computer      bookpages.gif (1592 bytes) Book      Dice.bmp (3974 bytes) Games    ppt     star.gif (2279 bytes)Extra Credit

CLOTHING
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) European Renaissance Clothing Burgundy, Flanders, France, and Spain in the 15th Century.
DON QUIXOTE
star.gif (2279 bytes) Don Quixote Worksheet  Read Don Quixote and answer the questions
FLORENCE
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Focus on Florence
GALILEO
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) The Galileo Project
GUTTENBERG
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Johann Guttenberg: Character Report
braininjar.gif (1615 bytes) Guttenberg Quiz
ILLUMINATION
crayon0a.gif (328 bytes) Illumination Calligraphy
LEONARDO da VINCI
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Collection of Inventions
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Leonardo Museum 
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Paintings of da Leonardo Vinci
MEDICI
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) The History of the Medici Family
NEWTON
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Isaac Newton: Biography
RENAISSANCE
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) The Italian Renaissance  Color!!
Computer.bmp (3254 bytes) Become a Spice Trader
Computer.bmp (3254 bytes) Interactive Renaissance
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) La Renaissance  WebMuesum from Paris
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Renaissance Links
SCHOOLS
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Educating Shakespeare  What education was like during Shakespeare's time
SHAKESPEARE
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Shakespeare's England
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Theatre Comparison
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Play Synopsis  List of plays and a summary of each
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Shakespeare's Globe
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Tales of Shakespeare Summary of plays.
TUDORS
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Henry Tudor: Character Report
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Daily Life
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Fashion
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Fun and Games
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Time Line of the Tudors
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Tudor Kings & Queens
VENICE
 
WOMEN
BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) The Lives of Renaissance Women


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