Wednesday, March 4, 2015

WHI Day 38: Introduction to the Renaissance

**1:00 Dismiss Today**
Setting the Stage
During the Middle Ages, Europe suffered from both war and plague.  Those who survived want to celebrate life and the human spirit.  Some began to questions the church, which taught Christians to endure suffering while they awaited their rewards in heaven.  In northern Italy, writers and artists began to express this new spirit and to experiment with different styles.  These men and women would greatly change how Europeans saw themselves and their world. 

1.  Students will be given time to work on their assignments that over the Bubonic Plague and Hundred Years' War.
             Hundred Years' War
         a.  Using resources provided and pages 401-403 from the textbook,  students will be answering
              4 essential questions about the Hundred Years' War.  All information will be turned on to
         b.  After these questions are answered students will find 5 specific events from the Hundred
              Years' War to put on the timeline provided on page #2 of the attachment.
         c.  Hundred Years' War Attachment
2.  Introduction to the Renaissance
         a.  Students will look at a series of famous works of art during the Renaissance time period
              (1300-1600).  They will briefly analyze the paintings and understand how they portrayed
              the spirit of the Renaissance
         b.  Renaissance Artwork Prezi

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