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Aim: How did the English Reformation continue to develop under Henry VIII’s successors?. What makes Henry VIII a Renaissance figure?. The Soap Opera Continues……. Six Wives of Henry VIII. England after Henry VIII.

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Aim how did the english reformation continue to develop under henry viii s successors

Aim: How did the English Reformation continue to develop under Henry VIII’s successors?

  • What makes Henry VIII a Renaissance figure?


The soap opera continues

The Soap Opera Continues…….

  • Six Wives of Henry VIII


England after henry viii

England after Henry VIII

  • After Henry VIII dies in 1547, each of his surviving children will take the throne:

    • Edward VI (1547-1553, Henry’s son with Jane Seymour)

      • Protestant ideas continue to spread, Archbishop Thomas Cranmer prepares the Book of Common Prayer (1549)

    • Mary I (1553-1558, Henry’s daughter with Catharine of Aragon)

      • Makes England Catholic again, arrests and burns hundreds of Protestants (her nickname becomes “Bloody Mary”).

      • Marries her Hapsburg cousin Phillip II (king of Spain and the Netherlands, son of Charles V, “The Most Catholic King”)


The elizabethan age

The Elizabethan Age

  • Elizabeth I (1558-1603, Henry’s daughter with Anne Boleyn):

    • Returns England to Protestantism and the Anglican Church.

    • Elizabethan Settlement: Compromise between Catholics and Protestants so everyone can be at peace.

    • Conflict with Philip II  Spanish Armada (1588)


Essay practice period 1

Essay Practice (Period 1)

  • Ben and Curtis

  • Brad and Rachel

  • Kyle and Gavi

  • Alex and Tiffany

  • David and Clara

  • Andrew and Lexi

  • Robbie, Sabrina and Mahim

Go to the essay choices in the Reformation Handout Packet. With your partner, brainstorm thesis statements for each one and some specific details and arguments that could be used to support those thesis statements.


Essay practice period 3

Essay Practice (Period 3)

  • Hunter and Daniel

  • Alex and Alexandra

  • Joanna and Josh

  • Hannah and Richard

  • John and Daniela

  • Brett and Sophie

  • Erica and Jordan

  • Jonathan and Sohil

  • Raymond and Marc

  • Kayla and Scott

  • Jillian and Tyler

Go to the essay choices in the Reformation Handout Packet. With your partner, brainstorm thesis statements for each one and some specific details and arguments that could be used to support those thesis statements.


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