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The Protestant Reformation. 9 th Grade Social Studies Fall 2011 Unit 3. The Big Picture. Martin Luther began a movement to reform the practices of the Catholic Church that he believed were wrong. Reformation leaders did not intend to destroy Christian unity but rather redefine it.

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the protestant reformation

The Protestant Reformation

9th Grade Social Studies

Fall 2011 Unit 3

the big picture
The Big Picture
  • Martin Luther began a movement to reform the practices of the Catholic Church that he believed were wrong. Reformation leaders did not intend to destroy Christian unity but rather redefine it.
  • Lutheranism, Calvinism, and Anglicanism produced a dramatically new religious map.
  • Catholic revival, and new tools such as the powerful Jesuit order, preserved much of territory for Catholicism, but it could not stem division.
  • The result was a period of confusion and considerable conflict, including concern about witchcraft.
why we study this unit
Why we study this unit:
  • Martin Luther's protests over the abuses in the Catholic Church led to a permanent split within Christianity.
  • Nearly one-fifth of the Christians in today's world are Protestants
  • The Reformation's questioning of beliefs and authority laid the ground work for the Enlightenment.
essential questions
Essential Questions:
  • How did abuses in the church spark widespread criticism?
  • How did Martin Luther challenge Catholic authority and teachings?
  • What role did John Calvin play in the Reformation?
essential questions1
Essential Questions:
  • What were the effects of Protestantism in England?
  • What reforms were made in the Catholic Church?
  • What were the religious and social effects of the Counter-Reformation?
units
Units:
  • Last Unit: The Renaissance
  • Current Unit: Protestant Reformation
  • Next Unit: Absolutism
odd days learning activity assessment
Odd Days: Learning Activity/Assessment
  • 10/27: Protestant Reformation part 1
  • 10/31: Causes of Reformation chart
  • 11/2: Divisions of Christianity
  • 11/2: Religions chart
  • 11/2: Luther Flowchart
  • 11/2: Spread of Protestant Ideas Qs
  • 11/4: Luther/Calvin Venn Diagram
  • 11/4: Protestantism Spreads to England Qs
odd days learning activity assessment1
Odd Days: Learning Activity/Assessment
  • 11/4: Protestantism Spreads to England Qs
  • 11/4: Luther Actions/Reactions notes
  • 11/9: Reformers Chart
  • 11/9: Tudor Family Tree
  • 11/9: Facts about Henry VIII
  • 11/11: Actions of the English Monarchs
  • 11/11: English Reformation video notes
  • 11/15: Elizabethan Settlement
  • 11/15: Problems/Solutions of Catholic Church
  • 11/15: Counter Reformation chart
  • 11/15: Counter Reformation part 2
odd days
Odd Days
  • 11/15: Counter Reformation part 2
  • 11/17: Background notes C.R.
  • 11/17: Effects of the Counter-Reformation
  • 11/17: Unit Review
even days learning activity assessment
Even Days: Learning Activity/Assessment
  • 10/26: Protestant Reformation part 1
  • 10/28: Causes of Reformation chart
  • 10/28 Divisions of Christianity
  • 10/28: Religions chart
  • 11/1: Luther Flowchart
  • 11/1: Spread of Protestant Ideas Qs
  • 11/3: Luther/Calvin Venn Diagram
  • 11/3: Protestant Reformers Chart
  • 11/3: Protestantism Spreads to England Qs
even days learning activity assessment1
Even Days: Learning Activity/Assessment
  • 11/3: Protestantism Spreads to England Qs
  • 11/3: Luther Actions/Reactions notes
  • 11/7: Tudor Family Tree
  • 11/7: Facts about Henry VIII
  • 11/9: Actions of the English Monarchs
  • 11/9: English Reformation video notes
even days learning activity assessment2
Even Days: Learning Activity/Assessment
  • 11/14: Elizabethan Settlement
  • 11/14: Problems/Solutions of Catholic Church
  • 11/14: Counter Reformation chart
  • 11/14: Counter Reformation part 2
  • 11/16: Background notes C.R.
  • 11/16: Effects of the Counter-Reformation
  • 11/16: Unit Review
protestant reformation terms
Protestant Reformation Terms
  • Protestant Reformation
  • Indulgences
  • Martin Luther
  • Theocracy
  • John Calvin
  • Predestination
  • Henry VIII
  • Annulled
  • Elizabeth I
  • 95 Theses
  • Charles V
  • Edict of Worms
  • Zwingli
  • Anglican Church
  • Act of Supremacy
  • Mary Tudor
  • Edward VI