Thursday, May 17, 2012

May 17, 2012



YOUR FINAL EXAM is QUICKLY APPROACHING

YOUR FINAL EXAM QUESTION:
If you were enrolled in a Humanities course 400 years in the future, what would your curriculum entail regarding the 21st century. In essence, what would you study and why from our current time period. In essence, how do the Humanities exhibit themselves in our current culture and why are they worth studying?

Remember that the article entitled "I'm Christian, unless you're Gay" needs to be annotated and notated, using all your colors. I ask that you have 5-7 annotations/notations/page.

In addition, please compile a list of 7-10 questions regarding concerns you had involving the article! THINK!

Please let me know if you have any questions!
Good Luck

Monday, May 7, 2012

May 7th, 2012

Dear Humanities Kids,

Please remember that your RELIGION UNIT is due on WEDNESDAY, along with your take-home quiz which is located below. Please make sure that each of your parts are prepared for the entire whole! If you have any questions, please stop by during flex on Tuesday.
  Please prepare a hard copy of the quiz either by cutting and then pasting the quiz in the form of a word document or recording your answers on a sheet of paper. Please remember NOT TO USE your PINK INFORMATION sheet. STUDY prior to taking the quiz, my young friends. Good luck!

TAKE-HOME QUIZ
1. Identify this architectural form and then explain the functions it had regarding Gothic cathedrals.


2. Explain the origin of the architectural form in #1. You will need to return to ancient Greece for your response.
3. Explain why the exterior of Gothic cathedrals is much different than the interior.
4. Explain the importance of stain glass windows to Gothic cathedrals and the Medieval parishioners that attended for worship purposes.
5. Identify and explain the significance of this architectural form?


6./7. How do you know this is a Gothic structure? Please include two points

8./9.. How do you know this structure is Gothic in origin?Indicate two different points from #6 and #7.