Students write, sculpt, analyze and explore art forms in Renaissance Venice
. Additionally, students engage in primary source analysis of The Prince and examine the political underpinnings within the Renaissance.
This is hands-on learning at its best! Use some or all of the activities within the lesson.
This detailed guide includes:
● 3 Complete student activities for making murano glass, designing mosaics like those in the St. Mark’s Cathedral, and mask making for carnival.
● 1 Complete teacher’s guide for 1 90 minute lesson or 2 50-minute lessons
● Background information for students and teacher on Machiavelli.
● Primary sources from The Prince.
● A complete materials list
- Renaissance Station Activity Bundle
-Renaissance Teaching Resource Bundle
which contains my ENTIRE library of Renaissance materials.
Available Renaissance Products Include:
- Renaissance Interactive Notebook Pages
- Art, Invention and Study with Leonardo Da Vinci
- Art, politics and humanism in the Renaissance
- Gutenberg and the Scientific Revolution
- Renaissance: Illustrated Timeline
- Renaissance Unit Project
- Renaissance: What's the Question Bell-Ringers
- Renaissance Art Gallery Walk
- Figures of the Renaissance Activity and Game.
- Renaissance: Comparative Notebook Timeline
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