Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Petrarch, and Machiavelli in this lesson consider their a
Asked: Mar 5th, 2015
The concept behind this exercise it that we compare the culture of the Middle Ages with that of the Renaissance. Make sure you scroll all the way down in the directions to read them fully. Well wishes on your discussion!
- Read the lesson and textbook content on the Renaissance.
- Compose a major discussion entry that responds to one of the questions or topics listed below.
- Focus on different details than those discussed by another classmate. To avoid duplicate observations read what your classmates wrote. Your initial posting should be at least 3-4 paragraphs in length.
- Allowable sources: Your answer must be supported by information gleaned from your two textbooks, and online eCore material in the course. You may also refer (in addition to the aforementioned material you find in the Fordham site: Internet History Source Book-Medieval sector and Renaissance sector:http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/Sbook.html and Medieval Sourcebook: Renaissance
- Post your answer to the Unit 8 discussion area.
- Remember not to copy or focus on the exact same subjects as your peers. To avoid redundancy build on similar points made by others in the class and acknowledge their contributions in the peer responses. To avoid the possibility of plagiarism, remember to include proper citations as needed. No block quotes. Your work should be your independent consideration using the sources for assistance.respond to the work of two (2) of your classmates with specific historical references and facts that build on their subjects.Your peer responses should be at least a sentence or two in length.
- For extra-credit, cite all your sources throughout this exercise in the format approved by your instructor.
- Enjoy the exercise!
- Based on your study of Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Petrarch, and Machiavelli in this lesson consider their achievements in light of the perspectives of historians Burckhardt, Haskins, and Kristeller.