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

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Welcome back, future leaders!

  • For today’s warm-up please do the following:
  • Grab yourstudent log and notebook from the crates.
  • Write in today’s date and objective on your student log.
  • Draw an X through today’s homework box.
  • Open your notebook and respond to the following prompt:
  • Imagine that no one in school is following the uniform policy
  • (hard to believe, I know…)

What would your teachers and administrators have to do in order to get people back into line and following the rules again? Write one full paragraph.

USE YOUR TIME WISELY!

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Welcome back, future leaders!

  • For today’s warm-up please do the following:
  • Grab yourstudent log and notebook from the crates.
  • Write in today’s date and objective on your student log.
  • Take out your homework – (yesterday’s journal entry!)
  • Open your notebook and respond to the following prompt:
  • Imagine that no one in school is following the uniform policy
  • (hard to believe, I know…)

What would your teachers and administrators have to do in order to get people back into line and following the rules again? Write one full paragraph.

USE YOUR TIME WISELY!

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World History with Mr. Golden

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The Spanish Inquisition

NOBODY EXPECTS THE SPANISH INQUISITION!

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Objective:

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FLWBATdescribe the religious

backlash of new ideas during the

Middle Ages in Europe

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Agenda:

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  • Review
  • Spanish Inquisition notes
  • Let’s talk about torture…
  • Galileo guided reading
  • We’re done!
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Just a reminder:

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But not everyone agreed with the Church’s teachings…

I’m the Pope… I’m kind of a big deal.

Just look at this hat!

DOH! WHAT HAPPENED?!?

As we talked about before break - (remember then?) - most people in Europe during the Middle Ages were Catholic Christians

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Staple it in!

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Ka-chunk!

Ka-chunk!

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Heretics:

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“Heretics” are people who oppose accepted Church teachings.

The Popes launched attacks against any people who threatened the Church’s power.

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Heretics:

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Wanna know why Friday the 13th is unlucky?

I sent secret letters all across Europe. I charged the Templars with heresy and commanded local officials to put them to death for crimes against God. My orders were executed, across the continent on Friday October 13, 1307.

Back in 1307, Pope Clement V believed that the Order of the Knights Templar was getting too powerful and not respecting the Church’s rules.

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Heretics! - Muslims in Spain:

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  • Muslims - (sometimes called Moors) - had taken control of much of Spain
  • After 200 years of attacks, Spain is reconquered and Christianized
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Heretics! - Jews of Europe:

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BUT…

after they get rid of the non-Christians, the Church focuses on enemies within its ranks

This is also where the “dunce cap” came from.

  • Jews were blamed for the death of Christ
  • Some were forced to convert to Christianity or thrown out of their homeland entirely
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Spanish Inquisition:

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Even a holy man will abuse total power if he’s given it.

  • A group of priests given power to find and punish heretics
  • People accused of heresy are tortured and killed in huge public ceremonies
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Spanish Inquisition:

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So, how did they get confessions?

  • Torture was sometimes used by the Inquisition.
  • Aimed at getting a confession from the accused
  • Purified the accused through pain
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Torture: the Rack

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Offenders were tied down to a table with their feet secured. A rope tied to their hands was tightened, stretching them.

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Torture: Strappado

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  • The victim is suspended by his/her wrists with their hands behind their back
  • Shoulders would dislocate and the victim would be left hanging for days
  • John McCain suffered this torture when he was a prisoner of war in Vietnam
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Torture: It gets worse.

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It gets considerably worse from there with accused heretics, witches, or pagans being burned alive, sawed in half, or being bathed in molten metal in order to get a confession out of them

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Torture: It gets worse.

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Torture: It gets worse.

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Torture: It gets worse.

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Torture: It gets worse.

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What was the effect?

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Read the passage on Galileo Galilei’s trial and answer the following questions in your notes:

  • What was Galileo’s “controversial” idea?
  • Why did the Inquisition believe that Galileo was a heretic?
  • What was the result of Galileo’s trial?

USE YOUR TIME WISELY!

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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!