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Happy Friday, future leaders! For today’s warm-up please do the following: Grab your student log and notebook from the crates. Draw an X through today’s homework box. Write in today’s date and objective on your student log. Open your notebook and respond to the following prompt:.

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  • Happy Friday, future leaders!

  • For today’s warm-up please do the following:

  • Grab your student log and notebook from the crates.

  • Draw an X through today’s homework box.

  • Write in today’s date and objective on your student log.

  • Open your notebook and respond to the following prompt:

Explain what’s wrong with this sign. (Just think about it…) Why do you think I’m showing this to you? What do you think this could have to do with what we’re talking about?

Write one full paragraph.

USE YOUR TIME WISELY!


World History with Mr. Golden

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The Middle Ages – Rise of the Church


Objective:

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FLWBATdescribe the effects of the

growth of the Catholic Church on

society in the Middle Ages


Agenda:

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  • Review

  • Who’s who in the Catholic church?

  • Guided reading

  • Illuminated text

  • Exit ticket

  • - We’re done!


Fall of Rome:

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No Central Authority

CAUSE:

Roman Empire collapses and eliminates all gov’t authority over Europe

EFFECT:

Europeans turn to Feudalism, (a system of interconnected city-states) for protection.

Constant Warfare

Smaller Kingdoms

Decline of Education

The Church takes Power


Rise of the Church:

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After the Roman Empire falls, dozens of small kingdoms pop up all across Europe.


Rise of the Church:

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Who’s who in the Catholic church?

Structure of the church:

POPE


Rise of the Church:

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Pope:

Plus, I get this cool car!

  • Leader of the Catholic Church

  • Elected by the College of Cardinals

  • Serves as leader of the church for life

  • The Pope’s word is considered to be infallible (always correct) and is treated like the word of God


Rise of the Church:

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Who’s who in the Catholic church?

Structure of the church:

CARDINAL

POPE


Rise of the Church:

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Cardinal:

  • Acts as an advisor to the

  • Pope

  • Manages a group of Bishops

  • Elects the Pope

You like-a my red-a robes?

Yes. Yes, I do.


Rise of the Church:

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Who’s who in the Catholic church?

Structure of the church:

CARDINAL

POPE

BISHOP


Rise of the Church:

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Bishop:

  • Leads a particular geographic area (diocese)

  • Manages Priests

  • Works with local governments

Anyone for “the game of kings”?


Rise of the Church:

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Who’s who in the Catholic church?

Structure of the church:

CARDINAL

POPE

BISHOP

PRIEST


Rise of the Church:

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Priest:

  • Works with a small community (parish)

  • The most direct contact that most Catholics would have with the Catholic Church

Who’s more accessible? (Who is it easier for people to talk to?)


Rise of the Church:

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Who’s who in the Catholic church?

Structure of the church:

MONK

CARDINAL

You’ll learn about me in a minute…

POPE

BISHOP

PRIEST

Any questions so far?

Moving on!


Rise of the Church:

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A quick note about saints:

  • Saints aren’t just “good people” - they’re serious business

  • Catholics pray to saints like they would God because saints are guaranteed to be in heaven

  • The idea is that if you can’t get Jesus to listen, maybe you should try St. Francis


Rise of the Church:

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Graphic organizer:

Complete the graphic organizer with the reading provided!

Pull out key ideas/concepts

and record them in the

spaces provided.

USE YOUR TIME WISELY!


Rise of the Church:

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Rise of the Church:

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Where’s the Holy Land?


Rise of the Church:

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Relics and the people:

A piece of the cross that Jesus was crucified on?

The head of Saint Catherine of Siena

The nails used on the cross?


Rise of the Church:

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Architecture:


Rise of the Church:

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Architecture:

What purpose did these stained glass windows serve?

Each piece of the window tells a story. Remember, books are expensive and people can’t read - if you want people educated about the church laws, big pictures are a big help!


Rise of the Church:

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Architecture:


Rise of the Church:

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Architecture:


Rise of the Church:

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Architecture:

How would you feel walking into a building like this?


Rise of the Church:

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Illuminating the public:

  • The printing press had not been invented yet, so any book had to be copied by hand!

  • This was a long (and boring) task that monks performed

And you thought you had to do a lot of writing!


Rise of the Church:

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Illuminating the public:

  • Each page was made out of sheep skin that was stretched and dried to be used as paper. This created a very durable surface.


Rise of the Church:

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Illuminating the public:

A single book could take 200 to 300 sheep skins and was very costly.

In modern terms, after the sheep skin, ink, and labor were accounted for, one book could cost over $30,000!

So… WHO READS?!?!


Rise of the Church:

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Illuminating the public:

Why did monks place pictures and decorations in these books?


Exit Ticket:

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It’s a two-parter!

  • Part 1: Answer thelisted

  • question by examining the

  • document and creating an

  • illuminated text on the sheet

  • provided.

  • Part 2: Use your notes and the power of your brain to respond to the multiple-choice prompts!

USE YOUR TIME WISELY!


We’re done!

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Make sure to put your notebooks in the crate

and your folders in folders, please!

Thank you for all your

hard work today!


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