Creating an ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT

Creating an ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT
Creating an ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT
Creating an ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT
Creating an ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT
Creating an ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT
Creating an ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT
Creating an ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT
Creating an ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT
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This assignment will involve writing and copying a text (Student’s own) to create an illuminated manuscript. This is a cross-curricular activity, involving Social Studies (Middle Ages), Language Arts (writing), and Art (Creating the final manuscript). Students will write a short essay on one of two topics: describe a true Renaissance Person OR describe the effects of the printing press on life during the late Middle Ages and early Renaissance. Students will then design and layout their manuscript, which involves transferring their essay onto the manuscript with the use of pencils, colored pencils, a ruler, a compass and any other materials which will illuminate (brighten or attract attention to) their work.
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