England/Great Britain: The Big Picture, PART I
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Bellringer. The manorial system is best described as_________ The economic system of feudalism in which the manor was self-sufficient The courtly behavior of Lords and Ladies The judicial system of the Middle Ages The code of conduct for knights Humanists focus on what subject?
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Exploration in Tudor Times. History Year 8. Sir Walter Raleigh. I am a very famous and important man!. The great Elizabethan Age of Exploration was at first dominated by the Portuguese and the Spanish.
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The Protestant Reformation (1450-1565). Causes of the Reformation. 1. Crises of the 14 th & 15 th centuries hurt the prestige of the Church and clergy Avignon Papacy Great Schism People were becoming tired of being dependent on the Church and the constraints it enforced
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The Reformation Continues. Chapter 17 Section 4 Pg. 433. Who started the Reformation? Martin Luther What was Martin Luther upset about? The selling of indulgences What are indulgences? Free pass for sins Why did Henry VIII leave the church? Wanted a divorce (a son) What is a protestant?
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The Reformation Spreads. Objectives. Describe the new ideas that Protestant sects embraced. Understand why England formed a new church. Analyze how the Catholic Church reformed itself. Explain why many groups faced persecution during the Reformation. Terms and People.
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Chapter 16: The Reformation in Europe. The Protestant Reformation. Prelude to the Reformation. What led up to the Reformation? Christian Humanism AKA Northern Renaissance humanism Combined the classic renaissance ideas with goals of reforming the Catholic Church
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The Reformation 2. $100. He was the infamous indulgence-selling priest. $200. This person translated the Bible into German. $300. This many people died in the peasants revolt of 1524. $500. He started the Church of England. $1000. This was the central theme of the Calvinists. $2000.
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King Henry VIII (1491-1547). The bloodiest king ever and fattest!. The kings men. Henry raised men from the modest and put them in offices to complete his goals. T he men were loyal to there master but knew if they done some thing wrong they would be beheaded. Child hood.
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Alphabet Game. Down a column, write down all the letters of the alphabet. See if you can find one word for each letter that related to Henry VII, and then Henry VIII. FLIPPED LEARNING. The work due in for today is:. TASK:
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Why did the marriage to Anne of Cleves fail?. Downsell Primary Dhipa Begum. Learning Objectives:. To understand that building alliances through marriage was important in the Tudor period. To learn to extract information from portraits and descriptions.
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We are going to learn about the Tudor Kings and Queens. Can you put them into the right order?. We are going to learn about the Tudor Kings and Queens. And match up their names and dates? . Mary I. Elizabeth I. Lady Jane Grey. Henry VII. Henry VIII. Edward VI. Nine days. 1485 to 1509.
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