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Unit 8: Renaissance and Reformation. Reformation and Counter Reformation. Daily Questions: - Was the Reformation a product of humanist thought? Why or why not? What factors led to the weakening of the Catholic Church and the beginning of the Reformation?

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Unit 8 renaissance and reformation

Unit 8: Renaissance and Reformation

Reformation and Counter Reformation

  • Daily Questions:

  • - Was the Reformation a product of humanist thought? Why or why not?

  • What factors led to the weakening of the Catholic Church and the beginning of the Reformation?

  • How did the printing press allow for the Reformation to spread?

  • What were the effects of the Reformation?


Warm up

Warm-up

  • REGENTS MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTION #1

    6. In western Europe, a long-term effect of the invention of Gutenberg’s printing press was that the

    • Monarchies were restored to absolute power

    • Feudal system declined

    • Literacy rate increased

    • Development of new ideas was discouraged

  • If you finish early, then do the extra questions for extra credit


  • Warm up reflection

    Warm-up Reflection

    • How did you arrive at your answer?

    • What strategies did you use?

    • Why did you choose the answer you did?

    • Remember to:

      • LISTEN

      • SUMMARIZE

      • BUILD


    Reformation

    Reformation

    • What is a reform?

    • Does anyone remember what the Reformation is from when we studied Christianity?

    • What are indulgences?

    • Who is given credit for starting the Reformation?


    Reformation1

    Reformation

    • What is a reform? A change

    • Does anyone remember what the Reformation is from when we studied Christianity? Breaking away from the Catholic Church because they didn’t like what the Pope was doing or the power the church had or the selling of indulgences.

    • What are indulgences? The giving of money to the church in exchange for forgiveness for things you have done. This can be done before or after you have done something wrong and you receive a written letter of indulgence forgiving you.

    • Who is given credit for starting the Reformation? Martin Luther, a German Catholic priest, decided to break away from the church when he tacked the 95 Theses on the door of a church. The 95 Theses was his explanation for what was wrong with the Catholic Church. The people who joined him became known as Protestants because they protested against the Catholic Church.


    Vocab

    Vocab

    • Reformation: movement to change/reform the abuses in the Catholic Church, which ended in the reformed Christian denomination of Protestants or Lutherans.

    • Catholic Church: the Christian church governed by the Pope.

    • Indulgences: pardons excusing punishment for a sin that has been forgiven.

    • Martin Luther: German priest who disagreed with the Pope and selling of indulgences and compiled his complaints into a petition, the 95 These, which ended in Luther breaking away into another denomination (Lutherans, Protestants)

    • 95 Theses: the declaration of 95 allegations (complaints) made against the Catholic Church by Luther


    Primary source analysis 95 theses

    Primary Source Analysis:95 Theses

    • Read through YOUR section of the 95 Theses

    • ANNOTATE (make notes and “talk” to the text)

    • Answer the following questions on the paper:

      • What did Luther identify as problems within the Church?

      • What were his suggestions?

      • Do you agree or disagree with what Luther is saying? Does your Renaissance Man or Woman? Why?

    • SHARE-OUT


    Protest simulation

    Protest Simulation

    • The DOE has had the Chancellor interpret the rules of Education for the students of New York City. The Chancellor has been making rules to increase the power of the DOE and his own power, taking money as payment for student’s who have misbehaved to have their offenses wiped off their record. As students, you disagree with the actions of the DOE and the Chancellor, so you have decided to write a petition (similar to that of Martin Luther’s 95 theses) about how you think the DOE and the Chancellor should improve NYC schools.


    Counter reformation

    Counter Reformation

    • VOCAB: Counter reformation – the reaction of the Catholic Church to the Reformation reaffirming the validity of the saints and authority of the Pope.

    • Created new religious orders (like Jesuits) that work among the people – instead of secluding themselves like monks and nuns

    • Addressed the corruption and complaints of Protestants


    Journal reflection

    Journal Reflection

    • Answer ALL of the following questions:

      • What factors led to the weakening of the Catholic Church?

      • What factors led to the beginning of the Reformation?

      • What were the effects of the Reformation?

      • Why was there a Counter Reformation?

    • Homework: (extra credit) revise and finalize your petition and make it look like an official document (typed)

    • Collecting: #


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