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  1. THE MODERN WORLD Humanism

  2. Pre requirements • Humanism definition • Center of Humanism • Humanism influences in Science, trading, metallurgy, crafts Read pages 160 and 161 of your Social Studies Book and summarize this information

  3. Brainstorm • How was it possible to reach humanism after middle ages? • Were the crusades important to reach renaissance? Why? • What was necessary to recover or re study in order to reach this stage? • Who are the main actors of renaissance? • Can you imagine the point of view of a king, trader, priest, artist in this period? • Renaissance

  4. MUT NEM A LOS NOC • Bartholomew – Mirabilis – He who is Miracululous • James the Less – Venustus – He who is Full of Grace • Andrew – Temperator – He who Prevents • Judas Iscariot – Nefandus – The Abominable one • Peter – Exosus – He who Hates • John – Mysticus – He who Knows the Mystery • Thomas – Litator – He who Placates the Gods • James the Elder – Oboediens – He who Obeys • Philip – Sapiens – He who loves High Matters • Matthew – Navus – He who is Diligent • Judas Thaddeus – Occultator – He who Conceals • Simon – Confector – He who Fulfills

  5. Description “Bartholomew, his hands on the table, watching over the scene like a sentinel. James the Less was trying to calm Peter’s fiery temper. Andrew, aghast at the revelation that there was a traitor among them, extended his palms to show his innocence. And Judas. And John. And Thomas pointing toward Heaven. Christ’s brother, James the Elder, his arm in the shape of the cross, announcing Messiah’s approaching Passion. Philip. Matthew. Thaddeus turning his back on Christ. And Simon, at his corner of the table, hands extended, as if inviting us to contemplate the scene once again.” (Sierra, Javier. (2004)“The Secret Supper” Atria Books, New York, pp. 367)

  6. The Reform and Counter reform • Who was Martin Luther? • Which was his purpose? • Which were their main thesis? • Which was the consequence of Luther Reform? • How was it solved? • Which were the measures Church took in order to fight Luther’s Reform? • Which was the purpose of the Counter Reform? • At the end what do you think about Luther’s Reform? Do you agree with it? Did it bring something positive to our way of living religion?

  7. Use your social studies book and pay attention to the video to solve the questions