Renaissance Unit (121-slide PPT) combination of 7 PPTs (with graphic organizer)

Renaissance Unit (121-slide PPT) combination of 7 PPTs (with graphic organizer)

This can be used to teach 4th-12th grade, homeschooling students.

Included: PDF, 121 Pages

Download all 7 PowerPoint “Renaissance Figures”, at a discounted price. Below are the details. Enjoy!

You can get a free graphic organizer with this assignment at:

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Machiavelli (16 slides)…

The 16 PowerPoint slides include graphics, statistics and explanations. There are also links to resources and videos. These can be used to help students with History classes. Slides include Renaissance background and context as well as links to YouTube videos. Informational text regarding Machiavelli’s role in Florence. Informational text concerning the Medici Family. Informational text around Cesare Borgia. Excerpts of THE PRINCE. Writing assignment based on a paragraph taken from THEPRINCE.

Donatello (10 slides)…

This slide introduces Donatello as an early Renaissance artist. Here are some of the most famous pieces from Donatello, as well as his raised surfaces or embossed. Enjoy!

Raphael (slides )…

This PowerPoint introduces Renaissance. The PowerPoint focuses on Raphael. His talents as a sketcher, painter and architect are all discussed in the slides. Several slides highlight his BIBLICAL artwork while several others show his HUMANIST work. Also included is an assignment for Raphael’s historical stick figure autobiography (blank, completed). EnjoyEnjoy!!!!

Gutenberg (12 slides)…

The slides below introduce Gutenberg and the Renaissance. The background of Chinese printing, along with information on Gutenberg Bible and historical significance of the Printing presses as they relate to the Reformation as well the Scientific Revolution and Age of Exploration are provided. Enjoy!

Michelangelo (18 slides)…

This PowerPoint introduces Renaissance. The PowerPoint focuses specifically on Michelangelo who is one of history’s greatest artists. Slides discuss his skills in architecture, painting, and sculpting. Slides include his work on the Sistine Chapel and David. You will also find a Michelangelo autobiography assignment with historical stick figures (blank, completed). EnjoyEnjoy!!!!

Shakespeare (22 slides )…

These 22 Powerpoint slides are full of statistics, graphics, background, explanations and writing samples. They also provide links to resources and videos. Slides include: Renaissance context and background, top literary authors of all times, YouTube links, Shakespeare plays and lists of words. They also have links to other websites.

Leonardo Da Vinci (25 slides)…

This PowerPoint introduces Renaissance. It focuses on Leonardo Da Vinci, the Renaissance Man. Slides discuss Leonardo Da Vinci’s contributions to anatomy, painting, sculpture, engineering, zoology botany, physics and weaponry. There are several slides that focus on the Mona Lisa or the Last Supper. They ask and answer the question, “Why are they so well-known?” You will also find a Da Vinci autobiography assignment with historical stick figures (blank, completed). EnjoyEnjoy!!!!

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