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Poetry doesn't have to be just for Language Arts. Celebrate one of the earliest Renaissance poets, Petrarch, who wrote sonnets long before Shakespeare came on the scene. In this common-core aligned lesson students merge humanist values of romantic love with working in a structured poem. Students ar
Introduce students to the concept of Humanism in the Italian Renaissance with these guided notes and mini activities! This ready to teach lesson includes everything you need to introduce humanism and humanist topics of study to your students. The lesson presentation defines humanism, tracks the cont
Petrarch Renaissance Scholar - Webquest with Key (Google Doc Included)Who was Petrarch of the Renaissance? Why was he important?Your students will learn about the history and life of the famous Renaissance scholar Petrarch. It covers all of the major events and significance related to the life and w
Think your LD students can't handle the sonnet form? Think again! Here is another SHAKESPEARE IN ACTION! unit, turning both Shakespearean and Petrarchan sonnets into active, rowdy ways into these essential literary forms. This unit can be used for 1, 2, 3, or 4 days, depending on your own syllabus
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Petrarch- Sonnet Poetry Supplement - How To Love Lit Podcast- Listening Guide Answer Key
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Petrarch- Sonnet Poetry Supplement - How To Love Lit Podcast - Listening Guide
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Full sonnet lesson; includes plan, background handout, three sonnets by Petrarch, five sonnets by Shakespeare, PowerPoint of Shakespeare's Sonnet 18, three modern sonnets, sonnet writing assignment, rubric, and template.
This document comes with a 4 page reading highlighting Dante, Petrarch, Masaccio, Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Machiavelli, and Brunelleschi. There are two individuals per page with questions at the bottom of each page, so you can do it as an all-in-one activity or space them out.
Covers location, Art, Humanism, and other characteristics. Includes a reading on Erasmus vs. Petrarch, foldable, and ppt. Each is provided in an editable format as well as PDF.
Renaissance Test: contains information about Italian Renaissance, influential artists, Medici family, Italian Wars, Sforza, Petrarch.
7th - 12th
This PowerPoint slideshow includes my class notes on the first slide. The lesson begins with a letter from Petrarch to Boccaccio which allows teachers to guide students into the worldview of the Renaissance. Themes within the letter are suggested in the notes. The slideshow and lecture focus on t
This program opens with Adobe Air - Find it at -https://get.adobe.com/air/The terms include:Raphael Sanzio, Niccolo Machiavelli, Renaissance, Patrons, Perspective, Francesco Petrarch, Sandro Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Donatello, Filippo BrunelleschiLorenzo Ghiberti, Humanists, Flor
This is the fifteenth in a series of PowerPoints I have done for a World History Course. It covers The Renaissance in Europe from Petrarch to Shakespeare. Topics include Dante, Humanism, Florence, Da Vinci, Other Renaissance Men, St. Peter's Basilica, Venice, the Northern Renaissance, etc. I make my
Learn about the humanism through a concise, vivid presentation. Works great as an introductory lesson to the unit! Topics covered: - Growth of Humanism- Francesco Petrarch - Humanist Scholars- Humanism and the Government- Conflicts with the churchItems included: - 6 slide PDF Presentation - 1 page P
Includes 52 illustrated terms- 2 on each card. I print onto cardstock and laminate for durability year after year.Terms:RenaissanceGreeks Romans HumanismPetrarchFlorence, ItalyErasmusDanteMediciPatrons Leonardo da VinciMona LisaLast SupperMichelangeloDonatelloGiottoJan Van EyeckMasaccioBotticelliRap
A teacher and student copy of a graphic organizer designed to help students understand the main ideas of humanist philosophers of the Renaissance. Included are Erasmus, Petrarch and Dante. For each humanist, students fill in information about their most influential work and read an excerpt from that
These notes cover all of SOL 13 on the Italian and Northern Renaissance. Topics include changes that take place before the Renaissance, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Petrarch, and many others.
9th - 10th
This is fun and easy to run! Students select four Renaissance Super Heroes to read about from the sixteen close reading cards included: ✎ Michelangelo ✎ Leonardo Da Vinci ✎ Petrarch ✎ Queen Isabella I ✎ Queen Elizabeth I ✎ Andreas Vesalius ✎ Durer ✎ Titian ✎ Copernicus ✎ Cosimo De Medici ✎ Cervante
This program opens with Adobe Air - Find it at -https://get.adobe.com/air/1. Operate the animations of the printing press. 2. See what these writers wrote. 3. Includes Francois Rabelais, Castiglione, Francesco Petrarch, Giovanni Boccaccio, Miguel de Cervantes, Niccolo Machiavelli, and William Shakes
This quiz or worksheet lists 20 people important to the Renaissance including Bloody Mary, Dante Alghieri, John Calvin, Geoffrey Chaucer, Leonardo de Vinci, Erasmus, Henry VIII, Johannes Gutenberg, Martin Luther, Michelangelo, Francesco Petrarch, King Philip II, Marco Polo, Raphael, William Shakespe
This powerpoint defines Humanism and the impact that it had on Renaissance society. It goes on to cover the rise of monarchies in France, England, and Spain. Topics included are: the printing press, Petrarch, 100 years war, Joan of Arc, War of the Roses, and the political marriage between Ferdina
In this set of 17 Renaissance Station Activities students engage in inquiry-based lessons and hands on activities. Students explore the Renaissance when they paint the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel with Michelangelo, build domes with Brunelleschi, write poetry with Petrarch, and more. Included in
This Renaissance resource includes a 25 slide PowerPoint and 25 slide notes copy version on Renaissance Humanism. For example, the PowerPoint details: famous Renaissance Humanists, the significance of Renaissance Humanism and the impacts of Renaissance Humanism. This includes famous humanists such a
Don't just teach Shakespeare's Sonnets in a vacuum! Sonnet Study: Invention, Evolution, and Effect introduces courtly love and ends with questioning "small r" romantic expectations by tracing the (cultural) invention, artistic evolution, and social effect of the art form of the sonnet from Petrarch

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