II. Revolutions
A. Religious Revolution--The Protestant Reformation

[ Assignments and Idents ]



GLOBAL WEEK--01/07/13 - 01/11/13

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[ Reformation Vocab ] [ Reformation ] [ English Reformation ] [ The Last Tudors ] [ Counter Reformation ]


[ Bentley - Ziegler Support ]--3rd edition/ ch. 24--see below for idents/topics
[ Bentley - Ziegler Support ]--4th edition/ch. 24--see below for idents/topics

Ms. Story's Resource Page --scroll down to religious revolution
To help with your reading of BZ [ Vocab/Definitions/BZ ch. 24 ]
Ms Story's PPT BZ/Reformation

A Week: Mon., - Fri., 01/14/13 - 01/18/13--**NOTHING DUE THIS WEEK**
Mon., 01/14--Faculty work day/no school for students
Tues., 01/15--work period for pds 1 and 6L (World of Islam)--get images
NSP for period 1
Wed., 01/16--Begin II. Revolutions; A. Protestant Reformation
NSP for period 6
work on "Chas V" map
See maps in BZ, 639, 648

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[ Another Helpful Map with zoom tool ]

Begin: B-Z, ch. 24--3rd/4th editions 631-640 Look at [ Reformation Vocab ]
Begin work sheet
Begin: web assignment [ Reformation ] [ English Reformation ] [ The Last Tudors ] [ Counter Reformation ]
Th., 01/17--pds 1 and 6 do not meet
Fri., 01/18--Conference period for 1L (come to class at 10:30 )
Intense Reformation lecture!!!--do you need another work day?

See link below or brief Summary of Luther and spread of his ideas;
nice quotations from Luther himself--highly recommended by Mrs. McKee
< http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EFqWnEpZvjs >
Luther delivers speech at the Diet of Worms (from 2006 movie starring Joseph Fiennes as Luther)
< http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r5P7QkHCfaI >

B Week: Mon., - Fri., 01/21/13 - 01/25/13
Mon., 01/21--MLK no school
Tues., 01/22 Carry on
with Ref.
Wed., 01/23--Work Day if necessary???
Th., 01/24--pds 1 and 6 do not meet
Fri., 01/25--World of Islam essays due; BRIEF presentations--WHEW! Islam-so done!!
Hand in BZ worksheet on Islam chapter

A Week: Mon., - Fri., 01/28/13 - 02/01/13
Mon., 01/28--Carry on Reformation--reading--**map due**
Begin reading Germinal, part 1 (any edition/any translation) visit Ms Story's Germinal site for help
[ Industrial Revolution and Germinal ]
Tues., 01/29--NSP for pd 1; 6L = Dissenter video
Wed., 01/30--NSP for period 6
Th., 01/31--period 1 and 6 do not meet
Fri., 02/01--1L = Dissenter video

***B Week: Mon., - Fri., 02/04/13 - 02/08/13***
Mon., 02/04--Test on Reformation
hand in BZ ch 24 worksheet and websheets

Optional video--helpful for review
< Martin Luther: Reluctant Revolutionary (skip annoying commercial at the beginning)
< http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ni1gupkGAW0&feature=channel >

PEOPLE/EVENTS/TERMS/IDENTS--Based on assigned pages in BZ/lecture/website

Erasmus, Martin Luther "Ninety-Five Theses" Indulgences/Sale of
Pope Leo X Pope Paul III Henry VIII/Parliament
Anglican Church John Calvin Catholic Reformation
Council of Trent Ignatius Loyola Society of Jesus/Jesuits
Philip II of Spain Elizabeth Spanish Armada
  Spanish Inquisition  

MORE PEOPLE/EVENTS/TERMS/IDENTS--Based on assigned pages in BZ/lecture/website

Charles V/Hapsburgs Holy Roman Empire Henri IV, Huguenots, Edict of Nantes
Ottomans/Suleiman Peace of Augsburg Duke/Elector Frederick of Saxony

Consider the following topics (incorporating idents above)

1. Follow the theme of spiritual/religious v. secular/political on causes and outcomes of Reformation
2. Why did some monarchs stay Roman Catholic and others opt for Protestantism?
3. How did the Roman Catholic Church respond to the Protestant Revolution?
4. What prevented Charles V from achieving universal monarchy (CHIA)?
5. Compare the maps (639, 647); what conclusions do you reach?
6. What kinds of women were particularly vulnerable during the witchcraft craze?

YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL ANCILLARY MATERIALS:
DISCUSSION, WEB SITES, HANDOUTS, ETC.