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The Gothic cities of medieval Europe Medieval architecture Nemansk

The Gothic cities of medieval Europe Medieval architecture 4 class Nemansk

Objectives: to give an idea about the way Gothic medieval cities in Western Europe.

Educational:

To meet the image and decor of Gothic cathedrals.

To develop memory, attention, students; children’s horizons.

Develop thinking, the ability to analyze, summarize.

 

The main part.

Goal setting lesson.

Today and we will get you acquainted with the art and architecture of the Medieval city of Western Europe.

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