The week of May 11 to 15, 2015: Europe in the Middle Ages
HOMEWORK REMINDER: Due Thursday, write a one page Philosophy of Life paper or give a 3 minute speech on your philosophy of life, as an alternate activity you may critique a religion.
Self-check quiz is HOMEWORK!!!
Do the self check quiz for chapter 9 and email it to me at:firstname.lastname@example.org
Last day to turn in work is Thursday, May 21, 2015
Monday – Christianity and Medieval Civilization, Glencoe World History, page 323
I Believe In Fearlessness: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_QRoqlOlq4&list=PLRUrHr5BJ6uWgRTw3VuV6vCsFPNToewyO&index=6
This I Believe-Ryan NPR: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PejyheBVAao&list=PLRUrHr5BJ6uWgRTw3VuV6vCsFPNToewyO&index=7
Moving Beyond Stereotypes: http://thisibelieve.org/essay/1717/
Tuesday – The Culture of the High Middle Ages, Glencoe World History, page 329
Grade 8, May 12, 2015, Glencoe World History pages 329 to 334. NAME _____________
Section 3 Assessment
Saint Thomas Aquinas
Chanson de geste
- Locate Bologna, Paris, Oxford
- Explain the origin of universities un Europe.
- Explain the possibilities open to a student who had completed the liberal arts curriculum at a medieval university in Europe.
Wednesday – The Late Middle Ages, Grade 8, May 13, 2015, NAME _____________
Glencoe World History, Chapter 10, pages 334 to 341. Section 4 Assessment page 340 & 341
- Black Death
- Great Schism
- new monarchies
- Pope Boniface
- King Philip IV
- John Hus
- Henry V
- Locate Avignon, Crecy,Agincourt, Orleans
- Describe the origins of the Hundred Years’ War.
- List the religious groups in conflict in eastern Europe.
*Bonus explain what happened to the Jews in Strausburg.
Thursday – The Renaissance, Glencoe World History, page 375
Grade 8, May 14, 2015, Glencoe World History NAME _____________
Glencoe World History, page 381
Remember the self check quizzes!
Leonardo da Vinci
Cosimo de Medici
Lorenzo de Medici
Locate° Milan, Venice, Florence, and Rome
Explain how the Spanish became involved in the Italian wars
Summarize the characteristics of Castigilione’s perfect noble
Friday – The Intellectual and Artistic Renaissance, Glencoe World History, page 382