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Do Now – Wednesday, September 4 th. Happy Haiku Hump-Day! Create a haiku about the Middle Ages 5 syllables 7 syllables 5 syllables. Inspirational History. September 4, 1951– President Truman makes the first transcontinental television broadcast. “The Monster Inside Me”.

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do now wednesday september 4 th
Do Now – Wednesday, September 4th

Happy Haiku Hump-Day!

Create a haiku about the Middle Ages

5 syllables

7 syllables

5 syllables

inspirational history
Inspirational History
  • September 4, 1951– President Truman makes the first transcontinental television broadcast
the monster inside me
“The Monster Inside Me”
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hFO2iepmtjU
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“We see death coming into our midst like black smoke, a plague which cuts off the young, a rootless phantom which has no mercy or fair countenance. Woe is me…It is an ugly eruption that comes with unseemly haste. It is a grievous ornament that breaks out in a rash. The early ornaments of black death.”

the bubonic plague
The Bubonic Plague
  • Plague – contagious disease that spreads quickly and infects large numbers of people
  • Epidemic – outbreak of rapid-spreading disease
  • Pandemic – epidemic of infectious disease that has spread through human populations across a large region
  • Black Death – specific outbreak of bubonic plague in 14th century
read the article about the black death and answer the questions below in your notebook
Read the article about The Black Death and answer the questions below in your notebook
  • 1. In complete sentences, trace the path of the plague from its origin to final destination.
  • 2. Where did the plague start in Europe?
  • 3. How did the Bubonic Plague come into Europe?
  • 4. How were cities ideal breeding grounds for the plague?
  • 5. Why did the Black Death inspire such fear?
  • 6. How did the Black Death lead to social disorder?
events that changed the world the black death1
Events That Changed the World – The Black Death

The Path of the Plague

Originated in China

Into Black Sea ports to Sicily

Spread through Italy into rest of Europe

events that changed the world the black death3
Events That Changed the World – The Black Death

Appears in Europe

First appears in Sicily and Italy

events that changed the world the black death5
Events That Changed the World – The Black Death

Gets into Europe

Rats carried infected fleas

Rats came over on merchant ships

Fleas bit infected rats which then bit humans

events that changed the world the black death7
Events That Changed the World – The Black Death

Breeding Grounds

Houses close together

Garbage & human waste in the streets

Rats & fleas commonplace in homes of rich & poor alike

events that changed the world the black death9
Events That Changed the World – The Black Death

The Spread of Fear

Highly contagious

No cure

events that changed the world the black death11
Events That Changed the World – The Black Death

Social Disorder

Crops rotted

Peasants revolted

Survivors lived in fear of outbreaks

the plague in siena
The Plague in Siena
  • Rowmasters…please pass down the reading “Plague in Siena”
  • After you read the first-hand account of the plague in the city of Siena, answer the following questions:
  • 1. What horrors did the author, Agnolo di Tura, witness as the plague ravaged the city?
black death hollaback girl
Black Death “Hollaback Girl”
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZy6XilXDZQ
black death newspaper
Black Death Newspaper
  • Students will be assigned groups of three to create a Medieval newspaper
  • Students must write their articles from the point of view of someone living in 14th century Europe
  • Each paper should have:
    • News Story – what happened at certain time & how people reacted
    • Editorial – opinions and author takes a position on where it came from and how it ended
    • Feature Article – more broad and explains how the path of the of the disease and how it spread