• Monday, September 9, 2019 LN Discuss Turning Point Dates(1450, 1492, 1517)
    Discuss: Small Groups Luther's beliefs--Your reaction?, Read Pages 470 to 473 on Calvin and Anabaptists--
    Homework: Make a chart of differences of Luther, Calvin and Anabaptists, including women. Get the information from the book. 
    Tuesday, September 10, 2019

    PPT The English Reformation

    Discuss Pages 470-473 Quickwrite: Intro and thesis statement/CLAIM explanation.  

    Homework:  Read Pages 473-477

    Wednesday, September 11, 2019 Discuss Pages 470-473 Quickwrite: Intro and thesis statement/CLAIM on.. Discuss essay question on Reformation and its impact on society: Was the Reformation primarily religious or politically/economically motivated? 

    Homework: Quickwrite: According to the text, the English Reformation was an act of state, initiated by the king's emotional life, as well as by dynastic and political concerns. How accurate is this assessment?

    Thursday, September 12, 2019 Elizabeth, Catholic Reformation and the Counter Reformation (6 The New Monarch:Change at Party, 10 Confronting the Church, 11 Marriage Proposal+ Vatican, 19 The Virgin Queen)
    Homework: Read 477-483 Take Cornell Notes
    Friday, September 13, 2019 The Catholic Reformation and the Counter-Reformation (finish chapter) Inquisition Reading
    Saturday, September 14, 2019 Exam on Monday
    No Class Study Guide: Due Monday: Know the following terms and write out explanations of them:
    1. Extent of spread of Protestantism,2. Catholic reformation,3. Counter reformation,.4. Charles V, Sack of Rome,5. Council of Trent 1545-63,6. Problems with Council of Trent,
    7. Achievements of Trent -make a long list of the reforms, 8. Ignatius Loyola,9. Jesuits,10. Special Vow of obedience to the Pope,11. How were Jesuits modern: travel, education, etc.?,12. 1542 Inquisition,13. Index of published books,14. Hearsay evidence,15. Influence of the Inquisition.
    Sunday, September 15, 2019 No Class