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Most teens know Michelangelo as the ninja turtle, but this book sets the record straight. It talks about Michelangelo as a man with many problems.
Using the famous artist and his immediate life experiences as a base, a visual presentation of the historical period of the Renaissance covers everything from the Sistine chapel to Italian politics, new inventions, and the Medici family. Most teens know Michelangelo as the ninja turtle, but this book sets the record straight. It shows us how he dealt with Pope Julius II, and how he made a name for himself. This book on Michelangelo is one of the best in juvenile literature and it is fun and engaging even for those who aren't art buffs.
The Five Ws (sometimes referred to as Five Ws and How, 5W1H, or Six Ws) are questions whose answers are considered basic in information gathering or problem solving.
1. Where is the cheese? It’s in the fridge. 2. When is your party? On January 27th. 5. When do you visit your grandparents? On Sundays. 6. What have you got? A box of chocolates. 3. What is your brother’s name? Mahmud. 4. Who is that man? He’s my uncle. 7. What time does this lesson finish? At eleven o’clock. 8. Where is the cat? It’s on the chair. 9. Who can answer my question? I can. 10. What is there in that bag? Some apples and oranges.
Where: Where is the story located? . The wolf is spending five years in lock up for attempted snatching of the elderly woman's treats.
Where: Where is the story located? Where is the person from? Where did the event occur? Where can the information be used? . Do you see how asking the questions helps flesh out your story and engage the reader? While you might not use every single W question every time, having them there as a guide can help you, particularly when you are interviewing people. EduPlace offers a handy chart you can print off and use for planning out your questions before writing a blog post. Finally, keep in mind that a picture is truly worth a thousand words.
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This was a fertile time for Michelangelo; his years with the Medici family . It is the only work to bear his name. By the time Michelangelo returned to Florence, he had become something of an art star.
These combined influences laid the groundwork for what would become Michelangelo's distinctive style: a muscular precision and reality combined with an almost lyrical beauty.