Renaissance Lesson Plans

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6th Grade:
04/19/166.2.2 Examine how the achievements of early humans led to the development of civilization 6.2.6 Analyze the origin and spread of major world religions as they developed throughout history 6.2.10 Examine the significance of the people and ideas that influenced the Renaissance in Europe(No ratings)
04/20/166.2.2 Examine how the achievements of early humans led to the development of civilization 6.2.6 Analyze the origin and spread of major world religions as they developed throughout history 6.2.10 Examine the significance of the people and ideas that influenced the Renaissance in Europe(No ratings)
04/20/166.2.2 Examine how the achievements of early humans led to the development of civilization 6.2.6 Analyze the origin and spread of major world religions as they developed throughout history 6.2.10 Examine the significance of the people and ideas that influenced the Renaissance in Europe(No ratings)
04/20/166.2.2 Examine how the achievements of early humans led to the development of civilization 6.2.6 Analyze the origin and spread of major world religions as they developed throughout history 6.2.10 Examine the significance of the people and ideas that influenced the Renaissance in Europe(No ratings)
04/21/166.2.2 Examine how the achievements of early humans led to the development of civilization 6.2.6 Analyze the origin and spread of major world religions as they developed throughout history 6.2.10 Examine the significance of the people and ideas that influenced the Renaissance in Europe(No ratings)
04/22/166.2.2 Examine how the achievements of early humans led to the development of civilization 6.2.6 Analyze the origin and spread of major world religions as they developed throughout history 6.2.10 Examine the significance of the people and ideas that influenced the Renaissance in Europe(No ratings)
7th Grade:
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to see how and why they way art spread throughout europe after the renaissance(No ratings)
RenaissanceStudents will analyze and interpret patterns of culture around the world. Students will develop histrocial research skills. Students will analyze the impact of people, events, ideas and symbols upon U.S history using multiple types of sources.(No ratings)
8th Grade:
Music Appreciation Day 14 & 15 Introduction to the Medieval and Renaissance PeriodsStudents will be able to identify the date range of both the Medieval and Renaissance periods. Students will be able to identify differences between the two periods in not only music, but also visual art. Students will be able to identify by ear, differences between monophonic and polyphonic music.(No ratings)
Music Appreciation Day 16 & 17 Renaissance Recorder EnsembleStudents will be able to follow an individual part, and play that part as harmony in a whole group recorder performance.(No ratings)
9th Grade:
Chapter 11(No ratings)
Day 1: Late Middle AgesI can explain how Middle Age events (Black Death, Crusades, etc.) contributed to the growth of the Italian Renaissance.(No ratings)
Day 2: Factors that led to the Italian RenaissanceI can explain the factors that contributed to the Italian Renaissance. I can describe the major Italian city-states and how they contributed to the Renaissance.(No ratings)
10th Grade:
Lesson 1: The Italian RenaissanceEngage students in background information and introduce them to important philosophers of the time period.(No ratings)
Lesson 3: How is the Renaissance applicable to today?Relate the philosophy and the philosophers learned over the last week to current events and ask students what they think each philosopher would say about current issues in today's world.(No ratings)
11th Grade:
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to explain the geographical, historical, and philosophical influences that shaped the literature of the English Renaissance and have an understanding of the major authors and their writings.(No ratings)

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