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Guided Readings (Available under US II Guided Readings heading and answers can be found in your purple text book)Guided Reading : 20.1 – 9/29 20.2 – 10/2 21.1 – 10/5 21.2 – 10/10 21.3 – 10/12 21.4 – 10/15 Maps : Readings and Other Activites: Political Cartoon: 10/3 Interactive Notebooks: To be done in class unless you are absent. Please check back here to see if you have missed anything. CIVIL RIGHTS WEBSITE PROJECT PRESENTATIONS BEGIN: Pretest:
In Class at the end of each chapter
Quizes: As announced. 20.1 and 20.2 – 10/2 20.1 – 20.4 10/15
Week of 10/16
3.3/3.4 – 10/4
5.1 – 5.5 10/10
Culture Activity In class 10/3 – 10/4
Wild Child Movie 10/11
Test: Week of 10/16
Textbook is online
Capstone Project Due:
- The Spark for the Reformation: Indulgences – Tetzel
- Justification by Faith and the Condemnation of the Peasant Revolt – Luther (These are 2 separate readings)
- Institutes of the Christian Religion: Predestination – Calvin
- Constitution of the Society of Jesus
- The Way of Perfection – Theresa of Avila
- What was The Reformation? – Cameron
- A Political Interpretation of the Reformation – Elton
- The Catholic Reformation – Olin
- The Legacy of the Reformation – Ozment
- Women in the Reformation – Boxer and Quataert
Go to the chalkup.co site and discuss the following:
In what ways did the differences in Catholic and Protestant teachings explain the appeal of the different faiths to different people?
Which would have more appealed to you and why? Are you willing to die for that?
Do you think the reformation is more Medieval or more Renaissance in it’s belief systems and the way that leaders handled those who disagreed with their teachings?
(A GOOD DISCUSSION WILL INVOLVE MULTIPLE RESPONSES TO EACH PROMPT AND A CONVERSATION AMONGST YOU AND YOUR CLASSMATES. THIS MEANS YOU’RE GOING TO HAVE TO GO BACK AND CHECK FOR REPLIES.)
Please refer to your class syllabus for due dates, readings, and expectations. You will get one per every two months/two chapters.