Warm-up #16 Write a paragraph describing how the Renaissance changed Europe include at least five of the following words. • • • • • Humanism Vernacular Shakespeare Johann Gutenberg Leonardo da Vinci • • • • • Patron Realism Perspective Rome Anatomy Warm-up #16 (ADV) Write a paragraph describing how the Renaissance changed Europe include at least eight of the following words. • • • • • Humanism Vernacular Shakespeare Johann Gutenberg Leonardo da Vinci • • • • • Patron Realism Perspective Rome Anatomy Shakespeare Review questions • 3a. What is one thing that Miguel de Cervantes and William Shakespeare had in common with Dante? • All three authors wrote in vernacular, or the languages of their home countries, not Latin. • 3b. Why have Shakespeare's works remained popular around the would for centuries? • Shakespeare’s works have remained popular for centuries because it expresses common emotions or experiences, it relatable, and the prose is beautiful. Shakespeare Review questions • 1. Renaissance humanists believed that people can achieve great goals if they are willing to work hard. How do the characters of Romeo and Juliet reflect this humanist idea? • 2. Medieval writings often focused on religious topics. But the Renaissance humanists believed that people could write about many different subjects without discussing religion. Based on this passage, What new topic did some humanist writers explore? Finish Shakespeare Adapted Balcony Scenes • Now that you have written your adaptations you will practice and present to the class. • Debrief: – What are star-crossed lovers? – Why is Romeo and Juliet still a very popular play? – How is the speech different in the play verses how we speak today? Why? Do Now • Begin your blue study guide while Ms. Schaller checks planners and homework. • Directions: – Restate your questions – Use complete sentences – Write your answers on page R 32…You can use multiple pages (front and back) if needed. How to cite a website • Biblography General guidelines: – List entries alphabetically by author (if no author list title first) – Separate entries with periods – General format: Author, last name first. "Webpage title." Website title. Date published/updated. Organization/publisher. Date accessed. < URL > • Example: Landsberger, Joseph. “Citing Websites." Study Guides and Strategies . 12 May 2005. University of X. 13 May 2005. < http://www.studygs.net/citation.htm >. How to cite a website • Don’t use blogs, ask.com, or wikipedia. • In text: – Paraphrased information or quote (Last name, first name). – Paraphrased information or quote (website, if author’s name isn’t available). Poster Review Gallery Walk • Each group will be assigned a section of Chapter 11. • You will make a poster to review your section including: – The section # and Title – A sentence stating what you think the main idea of the section is. – A picture showing your main idea. Use color! Outlining is optional. – Answer to the three questions about your section of the book. Find these questions on pages 321 and 322. Make sure to restate the question. Poster Review Gallery Walk R 31 • One member of each group will stay and explain the poster, main Ch. 11.1 idea, and questions as the rest of the groups visit the other posters. • At each station write down a short summary about what you think are the most important things to Ch 11.3 remember. Divide your notebook paper like this… • Final Question: How did the Renaissance change life in Europe? Ch 11.2 Final Question: Homework • Begin Renaissance Unit Study Guide (should have at least half of it done by Monday)!