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Renaissance ProjectSelect a person from the Renaissance and create a poster.
See the website: http://www.yesnet.yk.ca/schools/projects/renaissance/
http://mrkash.com/activities/Renaissance.htm Include an Introduction- which says in a sentence or two what the
person is known for and highlights of their body of work.
Background - This portion should include the person’s biography and important facts about their life.
Accomplishments: This portion should list the person’s greatest achievements and a brief statement why they
were valuable to society, which could be the impact section.
Include a bibliography of your information sources.
Include 5 pictures, one of the person, one of the person’s work, the environment in which they lived, one you feel
helps define the person’s accomplishments or upbringing, and one you select according to your depiction.
Step 1 - Select your person to research.
Step 2 - Google your Renaissance person. Read. Select some of the most interesting activities and aspects of
your person. If you check 3 websites and all three mention the same thing first, you will want to make sure you
include that information.
Step 3 -Create a word document with pictures and information that you have copied and pasted from the internet.
Don’t forget to copy and paste the urls from where you got your information.
Step 4 - use a highlighter to note the information you wish to include on your poster.
Step 5 - Select or draw pictures you wish to include in on your poster.
Step 6 - Map out your poster. Work like a master renaissance artist!
Step 7 - Pencil in your information and attach the pictures.
Step 8 - Carefully print, draw, and color your poster. Include all the specified information.
Step 9 - Describe your Renaissance person to the class using the poster to illustrate their body of work. (You can
use notecards, but you cannot read from the poster.)
Step 10 - Turn in your poster with your highlighted and notated word document.
Rubric:
Renaissance Person
Introduction
4
Clear &
thorough
3
2
1
Clear,
missing
important
element
Vague or
missing
important
element
Confusing
and
inadequate
Background information
Accomplishments
Poster
Well
planned,
contains all
elements
Creativity
Desprez - Musician
Bellini - Artist
Dufay - Musician
Botticelli - Artist
Cellini - Sculptor
Bruegel - Artist
Donatello - Sculptor
da Vinci - Artist
Ghiberti - Sculptor
Durer - Artist
Verrocchio - Sculptor
Michelangelo - Artist
Columbus - Explorer
Raphael - Artist
Magellan - Explorer
Titian - Artist
Marco Polo - Explorer
Uccello - Artist
Copernicus - Scientist
Van Eyck - Artist
Descartes - Scientist
Sir Walter Raleigh - Renaissance Man
Galileo - Scientist
Isabella d’Este - Renaissance Woman
Mercator - Scientist
Catherine de Medici - Renaissance Woman
Alberti - Architect
The Borgias - Patrons
Brunelleschi - Architect
The Medicis - Patrons
Palladio - Architect
Elizabeth I - Politician
Castiglione - Scholar
Francis I - Politician
Martin Luther - Scholar
Machiavelli - Scholar
Manutius - Scholar
Shakespeare - Scholar
John Gutenberg - inventor
Isaac Newton - Scientist
World History- 7th Grade - The Renaissance
MondayIntroduction- Renaissance- Timeline pages 396 - 397
http://www.paradoxplace.com/Perspectives/Chronologies/Part%202%20%20World%20of%20Middle%20Ages.htm
Tues.
PersonalitiesFill in the blank Renaissance (cloze)
Read chapter - Rebirth of Ideas in Europe, pg. 403 - 408
Wed.
Lab work Quiz- http://www.mrdowling.com/704quiz.html
Project
Thursday read 409 - 413
Friday, quiz on terms, notebook check