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Unit 2: The Reformation

Most Missed Questions from Unit 1 Test (repeated on unit 2 Test)

 

Text Readings:

            Chapter 1.3: Protestant Reformation

            Chapter 1.4: Reformation Ideas Spread

 

Activities:

            MP2-1: Reformation Europe

            P2-2: Comparative Religion Chart

            P2-3: Making Connections Venn

 

Videos:

-       Crash Course: Reformation

-       Introduction to the Protestant Reformation: Setting the Stage

-       Introduction to the Protestant Reformation: Martin Luther

-       Introduction to the Protestant Reformation: Varieties of Protestantism

-       Introduction to the Protestant Reformation: The Counter Reformation

 

Day 0:

Homework Due:

 

Academic Goals:

 

Class Plan:

-       Discuss Unit 1 Test

-       Introduce Unit 2

-       Hand out Unit 2 T&I Charts

 

Day 1: 

Homework Due:

Read Pages 61-64.  Complete T&I 2-1.

Academic Goals:

-       I will be able to identify the issues that provoked religious reform in Western Christianity.

-       I will be able to explain the beliefs of Martin Luther.

-       I will be able to identify locations significant to the Reformation on a map.

Class Plan:

-       Review T&I 2-1

-       Bell Ringer 2-1

-       Mapping Project 2-1 – Reformation Europe

-       Exit Card 2-1

Day 2: 

Homework Due:

Read pages 65-68.  Complete T&I Chart 2-2.

Academic Goals:

-       I will be able to explain the beliefs of John Calvin, Henry VIII, and Elizabeth I.

-       I will be able to interpret some of the major economic, political, and theological issues involved in the Reformation.

 

Class Plan:

-       Review T&I 2-2

-       Bell Ringer 2-2

-       Review Unit 1 Test

-       Introduce Unit 2 Test Prep

Day 3:

Homework Due:

Read Pages 69-71. Complete T&I Chart 2-3

Academic Goals:

-       I will be able to interpret the major economic, political, and ideological issues involved in the Reformation.

-       I will be able to explain some of the changing cultural values, traditions, and philosophies during the Reformation.

 

Class Plan:

-       Review T&I 2-3

-       Bell Ringer 2-3

-       P2-2 Religious Comparison Chart

-       Exit Card 2-2

Day 4: (Flash Cards for Unit 2)

Homework Due:

Study for Unit 2 Test

Academic Goals:

-       I will be able to interpret the major economic, political, and ideological issues involved in the Reformation.

-       I will be able to explain some of the changing cultural values, traditions, and philosophies during the Reformation.

-       I will be able to explain the role of the printing press in the spread of new ideas.

 

Class Plan:

-       P2-3: Making Connections

-       Exit Card 2-3

-       Complete Projects

 Day 5: 

Homework Due:

Study for Test

Academic Goals:

-       Complete and reinforce understanding of academic goals already listed.

 

Class Plan:

-       Complete Projects

-       Review Progress Reports

-       Review for Test

 Day 6: 

Homework Due:

Study for Test

Academic Goals:

-       Complete and reinforce understanding of academic goals already listed.

 

Class Plan:

-       Short pre-test review

-       Unit 2 Test