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Area: Social Studies- History MYP Year: 3rd ( 8B) Date: Monday 21st, 2013 ( Day 7th) Topic: Reformation

and Catholic Reformation Manuela Medina Previous Work: Individual reading of “European Renaissance and Reformation, 1300–1600”. (chapter 17 in the World History. Patterns of interaction book) and class discussion after viewing Elizabeth (Shekhar Kapur, 1998). The class discussion will try to put into perspective the Reformation as an event that although represents a break within the European society of the time, did not completely changed it. The interplay between continuity and change has been one of the main topics in our discussions in class especially in our last main subject: The Renaissance. The questions of what exactly did it changed, what remained and for whom, will be the starting point of the discussion. The exercise that will follow is a Learning Menu in which student will select, as if choosing from a menu in a restaurant, 2 appetizers (designed to explore the larger context in which the Reformation took place, as well as seeing it as an effect of several causes), 1 Entrée (Designed to provide a deeper understanding of the event through the exploration of important characters or places) and one dessert (Designed to be an overview of the topic). The students will choose according to what their own skills or what they feel they can do better. All of the questions are designed to not only test the student’s knowledge about this subject but also make them draw upon previous knowledge of both the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.

Appetizers    Outline: Create an outline in bullet points summarizing the main themes within the section, Summary: Create a summary of the section. The summaries should be well written and include details, dates and relevant information. Definition of terms: Please define in 2-3 lines the following terms:  Reformation  Indulgences  Predestination  Council of Trent  Inquisition Chart: Complete the following chart identifying factors that contributed to the Reformation (Luther’s 95 Thesis) Social Political Economic Religious

important characters and places to visit. economic and social factors helped bring about the Reformation? 2. Describe in detail your memories regarding the Reformation. Timeline: Create a detailed timeline of the XVI century most which the most important events associated with both the Reformation and the Catholic Reformation are shown. (Calvinism. How do you feel your life changed? How did all affect you? Would you have been a protestant? If so. Diary entry: Pretend that you are an English peasant during Elizabeth I´s reign. Presbyterianism) Flow Chart: Create a flow chart explaining the causes and consequences of Protestantism in Europe during the XVI century. Be sure to include annotations and illustrations. From where did the term Protestantism originate? 3. Design 3 questions to test the knowledge of your students on these topics. Drawing: Create a graphic representation of the process of Reformation and the Catholic Reformation. as well as his importance as a Renaissance prince and a figure of the Reform. List at least 6 events. Eulogy (A speech or piece of writing that praises someone or something highly) Imagine you have been asked to write an eulogy for Henry VIII’s funeral. why? Include as much detail as you can. You should create a short text in which you should explain at least 3. Lutheranism. etc. Listed in the brochure should be historical information of the period. The Spanish Armada. Include interesting details of his life. Magazine Article: You’ve been asked to write an article about the different versions of Protestantism. the Catholic Reformation. What political. What impact did Henry VIII’s actions have on England during the second half of the XVI century? Entrées  Travel Brochure: Create a Travel Brochure for Geneva and London in 1540’s. .      Dessert:   Test: Imagine you are teaching a history class about the Reformation and the Catholic Reformation. Anabaptism. Context questions: Answer the following questions: 1.