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Enlightenment Art Brainstorm, 1 As a warm up project slide 2 of the accompanying PPT and tell students to consider the word. enlightenment Tell students to take a few brief moments to create an artistic response to the word and. their thoughts by drawing a small picture symbol or other visual that they feel represents what the word. means to them Drawings can be literal or abstract Teachers can either provide paper and or art supplies. such as colored pencils or have students do this on notebook paper using only pencils Instruct students. to post their work at the front of the classroom once finished and to view the other artistic responses that. their classmates have produced Teachers may want to have a large piece of bulletin board paper with the. word ENLIGTENMENT in the middle on which students can post their work This can then serve as a visual. throughout the lesson and students can be instructed to add to it as they learn more. 2 Once all students have created and viewed the art discuss. Which artistic responses stand out to you and why Which do you feel best capture the concept of. enlightenment and why, Are there any common characteristics among the various pieces of art that you can identify Explain. What came to mind when you first considered the word enlightenment. Did anyone think of the historical period The Age of Enlightenment What do you already know. about this period Do any of these artistic responses seem to relate to that period Explain. Introduction to the Enlightenment, 3 Tell students that they are going to learning about the Age of Enlightenment also referred to as just. Enlightenment or the Age of Reason throughout this lesson Tell students that this was a time that. represented a shift of thinking as intellectuals in late 17th and 18th century Europe began emphasizing. the importance of reason and individualism rather than a sole reliance on tradition and faith Its purpose. was to reform society using reason to challenge ideas grounded in tradition and faith and to advance. knowledge through the scientific method Discuss, Think about what you already know about European history in the 17th century Why was this such a. revolutionary shift given the time period, What impact do you predict this shift had on society.
4 Explain to students that the Enlightenment was a revolution in human thought It promoted scientific. thought skepticism and intellectual interchange This new way of thinking regarding rational thought was. that one should begin with clearly stated principles use correct logic to arrive at conclusions test the. conclusions against evidence and then revise the principles in the light of the evidence Enlightenment. thinkers thus opposed superstition and intolerance The ideas of the Enlightenment spread and had. significant influence on the culture politics and government as America was colonized. 5 Project the art on slide 3 and ask students to spend a few minutes silently examining it then discuss. What do you see and first notice about this image, What symbols can you identify and what might their meaning be. In what ways does this image connect to the Enlightenment. Can you identify any similarities between this art and the drawings you created at the start of class. If you were going to give this art a title what would it be and why. 6 Project slide 4 which includes an accompanying quote for the art If there is something you know. communicate it If there is something you don t know search for it Ask students to reconsider the. art with the quote in mind and further discuss, What message does the quote convey. In what ways was such communication and searching not taking place before the Enlightenment In. what ways did this change during and after the Enlightenment. How does the quote connect to the art What aspects of the art illustrate this idea. 7 Explain to students that the art they are viewing is an engraving that was found in the 1772 Encyclop die. a publication created by Enlightenment thinking Denis Diderot with the aim of changing the way. people think The formal interpretation of this piece is that Truth is represented in the figure at. the top center and is surrounded by light and unveiled by the figures to the right Philosophy and. 8 Provide students with an overview of the Enlightenment by sharing slides 5 17 with them Pass out the. attached Notes for the Age of Enlightenment for students to fill out as you go through the PPT. An Evening of Enlightenment, 9 Tell students that they are going to work in groups of 5 to further explore Enlightenment thinkers by. planning a dinner party Hand out the attached An Evening of Enlightenment assignment sheet and go. over the details with students Teachers should also provide one copy of the Guest List to each group. Teachers should determine whether to assign groups or allow students to choose who they work with. While the project is written for groups of five groups can be smaller or larger but teachers will need to. alter the assignment in terms of the number of guests at the party. Teachers should encourage students to have fun and be creative but also to remember to be purposeful in. their choices all of which should represent the Age of Enlightenment For example if a group chooses to. design their party in a tent in a garden with gold and white as a color scheme they should have a reason. for these choices such as they feel these colors represent truth and reason Teachers may also want to. encourage students to browse the internet for inspiration boards and or party planning ideas i e. weddings event planning etc There are also a few sample items attached a room blueprint and seating. chart a menu and a picture of a decorated party table. Let students know the due date of the project as well as how much class time and homework time will be. allocated for completion of the project, Teacher Note The list of potential Enlightenment guests can be edited should teachers have specific. philosophers they want students to focus on Teachers may also want to include people from additional. countries For example Enlightenment ideas were seen in Latin American countries where people were. inspired by both the words and deeds of the Enlightenment to embark in their own fights for individual. rights and political independence i e the political reforms and revolutions promoted by Sim n Bol var. and Father Hidalgo, 10 On the due date teachers should allow time in class for each group to present their party plans to the.
class Students should summarize each aspect of their party explaining why they made the choices they. made with each group member presenting at least one aspect of the party s design features Each group. will also read their dialogue out loud with each group member reading at least one role Teachers can. encourage students to be as elaborate and creative in their presentations as they see fit For example. students might want to play some of their music choices actually set up decorate a mock party table. dress and perform their dialogue etc, 11 As a culmination to the lesson discuss. Society found itself in need of a revolution in thought to which the Enlightenment answered In your. opinion are we in need of a similar revolution of thought today Explain This discussion might. address issues such as our political climate and the lack of civil political discourse the Age of the. Internet and how readily accessible information is both accurate and inaccurate information. changes in society regarding rights etc, Reconsider the quote from earlier If there is something you know communicate it If there is. something you don t know search for it How does this apply to modern society How are we doing. in terms of communication and searching for knowledge i e fact checking. 12 As an optional homework assignment see the attached Enlightenment Essay Assignment Rubric. Name Notes for The Age of Enlightenment, What was the Scientific Revolution. Rene Decartes Sir Isaac Newton, What impact did REASON have on society. The Enlightenment, The Fundamental Question, The answer.
The key to the future, Thomas Hobbes 1588 1679 John Locke 1632 1704. Influences Influences, Beliefs philosophies Beliefs philosophies. Men are Men are, France The Philosophes, Who were they. Three Basic Tenants, France The Philosophes, Montesquieu 1689 1755. Voltaire 1694 1778, Rousseau 1712 1778, Thomas Jefferson Declaration of Independence.
American Enlightenment, Values beliefs, U S Constitution James Madison and the Bill of Rights. An Evening of Enlightenment, Using and expanding upon what you have learned about. the people and ideas from the Age of Enlightenment. your group will plan a dinner party for 12 Age of, Enlightenment thinkers You are required to include. Thomas Hobbes Ben Franklin Thomas Jefferson John, Locke Montesquieu Rousseau and Voltaire as guests. You will choose the remaining five guests and plan the. party by taking the following steps, 1 RESEARCH Each member of your group should choose a different guest to include in the party from the.
list provided Research that person and take notes on his her. Experiences, Influences, Values beliefs and philosophies. Connections to other Enlightenment thinkers who is his her beliefs similar to Different from. 2 TEACH You will be responsible for teaching the other members of your group about this person Everyone. in the group should take detailed notes on each philosopher presented Together discuss the similarities. and differences between the philosophers you present to one another as well as between them and the. philosophers we discussed in class i e Locke Hobbes Montesquieu Rousseau Voltaire etc. 3 BRAINSTORM DESIGN After everyone has presented their Enlightenment thinker work together to. brainstorm what type of party to throw for your group of 12 Enlightenment guests. Decorations theme Think creatively about the Age of Enlightenment What type of decorations or. party theme might you want to utilize Consider things like a color scheme possible d cor such as. flowers table clothes hanging decorations etc Will there be party favors Be creative. Space Where will your party be held garden banquet hall castle tent forest etc How will your. dinner party be arranged What type of tables will you use how many guests will be seated at each. Remember tables can be round square rectangle banquet etc. Seating chart Who should sit by one another the night of the party and why. Create a seating chart that shows the type and placement of each table within your chosen space and. note who will sit at each seat, Food and drink What food and beverages will be served at the party and why Will the dinner be. seated buffet something else any why is this choice most appropriate Design a menu that shows. your final choices The menu choices and or design can be literal or abstract. Entertainment What type of entertainment will accompany the event Will there be music playing. some type of performance a speech or reading a dramatic presentation etc Perhaps guests will play. a game or be guided to participate in a particular discussion if so what and why. 4 DIALOGUE Write a dialogue that one might hear on the night of your party The dialogue must be. between at least five of the guests and when spoken should last around 2 3 minutes or more While the. dialogue can be creative and or humorous it must show an understanding of each speaking philosopher s. views and should include things specific to his her time period. FINAL PRESENTATION REQUIREMENTS, You will present your final party design on poster board Make sure to creatively design and display your. menu blueprint of the space arrangement and the seating chart on the presentation board. There should also be a section on the board that shares your ideas for the party theme and decorations and. you might also consider decorating the poster board itself in this fashion You can even include fabric. swatches flower samples etc, There should also be a section that notes your decisions regarding entertainment. Final information on the poster board can be sketched drawn designed and printed via a computer or it can. make use of collage items i e pictures form magazines Be creative and have fun but remember all of your. choices should be chosen thoughtfully in consideration of your Enlightenment guests. Your group will summarize your party design choices and guest list in class on the due date as well as read. aloud your dialogue out loud Each group member must present at least one aspect of the party design and. all group members must read for one of the thinkers you chose to put into your dialogue. Questions Notes, An Evening of Enlightenment Guest List.
Required guests, Thomas Hobbes 1588 1679 A philosopher and political theorist whose 1651 treatise Leviathan effectively kicked off. the English Enlightenment The controversial Leviathan detailed Hobbes s theory that all humans are inherently self. driven and evil and that the best form of government is thus a single all powerful monarch to keep everything in order. Benjamin Franklin 1706 1790 American thinker diplomat and inventor who traveled frequently between the. American colonies and Europe during the Enlightenment and facilitated an exchange of ideas between them Franklin. exerted profound influence on the formation of the new government of the United States with a hand in both the. a publication created by Enlightenment thinking Denis Diderot with the aim of the people and ideas from the Age of Enlightenment beliefs and philosophies

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