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Title: Social Studies 8 Chapter 2


1
Social Studies 8Chapter 2
  • General outcome
  • Through an examination of Renaissance Europe,
    students will demonstrate an understanding and
    appreciation of how the exchange of ideas and
    knowledge contributed to shaping the worldview of
    the Western world.

2
Chapter 2 outcomes (things you need to know)
  • How did the Renaissance spark the growth and
    exchange of ideas and knowledge across Europe
    (i.e., astronomy, mathematics, science, politics,
    religion, arts)?
  • In what ways did thinkers and philosophers
    influence society in the development of a
    humanist worldview during the Renaissance?

3
Personal glossary
  • Take the next 10-15 minutes to complete the
    vocabulary for chapter 2.

4
Chapter Task/Assignment
  • Grab a copy of the Chapter 2 Assignment and
    discuss the criteria

5
Introduction to chapter 2
  • Read the chapter title (page 48)
  • Knowing what you already know, guess what ideas
    would have had the most impact on people, and how
    and where these ideas might have spread.
  • Read the chapter introduction
  • What types of people were involved in spreading
    the ideas of the Italian Renaissance? Define each
    type
  • Discuss What types of people are likely to
    influence the ideas of the modern-day western
    world, especially in Canada?

6
Slowly spreading Renaissance (pg.50-51)
  • Geographic reasons why the Renaissance was slow
    to spread to the rest of Europe?
  • Create a picture diagram that summarizes why
    ideas were slow to spread

7
Quickly spreading Renaissance (pg. 52)
  • Create a cause and effect diagram that summarizes
    the factors that made it possible for Renaissance
    ideas to spread quickly
  • If you need help creating a cause and effect
    diagram look at the skills center in your
    textbook (pg. 369)
  • Cause the big event
  • Effect How the event helped the Renaissance
    spread quickly

8
Influence
  • Please read pages 53-54

Reflect and respond 1-3
9
Humanism
  • Possible meanings?
  • Think of other words ending in ism
  • Read pages 55-56, respond to question 1-2

10
Jigsaw activity
  • Get into groups of 6-7
  • Grab a copy of the Jigsaw template.
  • Decide amongst your group members who will be
    responsible for learning about each set of people
  • As a group design the format that your group
    members will use to write their biographies (ie.
    What is important information to share?)

11
Expert groups
  • Get into your expert groups
  • Scholars and Philosophers (pg. 57-59)
  • Artists (pg. 62-68)
  • Scientists and Mathematicians (pg. 69-71)
  • Writers (pg. 72-73)
  • First read the relevant pages in the textbook
    taking notes and organizing information.
  • Choose one person that you are going to do a
    bibliography on and use information from the
    textbook and the internet
  • Work with the other experts in your group to
    complete the Reflect Respond questions in your
    section

12
Web evaluation
  • Before we gather information on the internet..
  • Grab a taking an Internet Field Trip handout

13
Home groups-Renaissance Man
  • Each expert (or pair of experts) should make a
    presentation to the home group about the people
    they were studying
  • As a group read pages 74-75 and answer Reflect
    Respond 1-3 page 75.
  • If you finish early, do you think its a good
    idea to read the pages that you didnt read?

14
Scholars and Philosophers Infulence
  • Scholars travelled from one university to another
    to study and teach
  • Northern Europeans wanted to learn more about
    humanism, so they left for Italian universities
    and brought humanist ideas and attitudes back
    home with them
  • Petrarch
  • Erasmus
  • Guillaume Bude
  • Michel de Montaigne

15
Artists Influence
  • Art for many people is the key change during the
    Renaissance
  • New artistic styles were developed, techniques,
    and materials to coincide with changing
    worldviews
  • Art during the renaissance reflected the new
    thinking of humanism
  • Artists became more interested in the world
    around them
  • Artists changed their painting styles
    dramatically, portraying humanist subject matter
    or religious works in humanist style

16
Artists Influence continued
  • Figures in religious renaissance art became more
    lifelike than ever before, with realistic human
    proportions and facial expressions
  • Human dissection lead to more knowledge about the
    human body
  • The world as it actually looked became a common
    background in paintings
  • More portraits were being painted
  • Art became marketable

17
Scientists and mathematicians Influence
  • A lot of factors made it difficult for science
    and mathematics' to gain support
  • Religion put the focus on afterlife scientific
    questioning was discouraged
  • Europe very superstitious believed in astrology
    and witchcraft
  • No money after arts were being sponsored
  • No university really encouraged it
  • Soon scientists began asking questions and
    looking for the natural causes of events rather
    than accepting what had been determined.

18
Nicolaus copernicus
  • Used math and careful observations to develop a
    different theory of the universe
  • Copernicus proved that earth was not the center
    of the universe, rather the sun was
  • Views were considered heresy by church
  • 100 years later his theory was accepted

19
Leonardo da Vinci
  • Began dissecting human cadavers once the Pope
    allowed it, to help physicians and artists
  • He recorded numerous plans for inventions
  • Considered a Renaissance man

20
Francois Viete
  • His work was built by Islamic scholars
  • Solutions for doubling a cube, trisecting a
    triangle, useful for engineering and architecture

21
Writers influence
  • Although Latin was the dominant language, some
    writers began to compose their works in their own
    vernacular languages.
  • Geoffrey Chaucer
  • Sir Thomas Moore
  • Francois Rabelais
  • William Shakespeare
  • Grab a copy of the poetry handout and read the
    poems, when finished complete the handout

22
Movie time.
  • The Renaissance- Art, Music and Literature (22
    minutes)
  • The Renaissance- Science and Invention (22
    minutes)

23
Renaissance Society
  • Review the model showing that Worldview Affects
    the way a Society operates (pg.9)
  • Review the term Quality of Life
  • Read page 76-82 and respond to Question 2a pg.
    80.

24
Movie time.
  • The Renaissance-Everyday Life in the Renaissance
    (25 minutes)

25
Chapter Review
  • Please read page 86 and answer question 1 of the
    Review and Synthesize page 87.
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