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Reformation-7th Grade

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Monday Quick Questions Standards Interesting Idea Preview/Review New Concept Vocabulary Activity http://flocabulary.com/renaissance-and-reformation/ Friday Thursday Wednesday Tuesday Quick Questions Quick Questions Quick Questions Quick Questions Preview/Review Preview/Review Standards Standards Standards Standards New Concept New Concept New Concept New Concept Vocabulary Activity Activity Activity Activity Interesting Idea Interesting Idea Interesting Idea Interesting Idea Catholic church and Martin Luther Martin Luther and the Reformation The Protestant Reformation in England King Henry VIII 1. Martin Luther intentionally set out to start his own religion. T/F
2. The Catholic church had started to sell indulgences which Martin Luther thought was wrong. T/F
3. Martin Luther was ________________ by the Catholic church.
4.Martin Luther started the ________________ reformation.
5. What church gets its name from Martin Luther? King Henry the VIII and the Church of England Indulgence-the partial cancellation/remission of the punishment for sin(s) outstanding after absolution through a sacrament Protestant Reformation-16th-century schism within Western Christianity initiated by Martin Luther, John Calvin and other early Protestants. It was sparked by the 1517 posting of Luther's Ninety-Five Theses Dispute-argument
Theology-the study of God and God's relation to the world
Doctrine-a system of belief; something considered true
View-opinion
Salvation-deliverance from the power and results of sin
Forgiveness-the act of granting relief from punishment
Sin-an action that violates religious or moral law; wrong doing
Tradition-a belief or custom handed down from one generation to the next
Authority-a fact, statement, or text used to support a position
Religion-devotion to religious faith and observance
Commemorate-to observe with ceremony
Protestantism-a branch of Christianity that embraces Reformation principles and denies the authority of the Pope
Reform-to make better or improve; to remove defaults
Monk-a man who is a member of a religious order
Protest-to object or express disapproval Read the article about Martin Luther and answer the questions. Classwork/Homework Martin Luther-a German monk, priest, professor of theology and iconic figure of the Protestant Reformation
95 Theses- written by Martin Luther in 1517 and is widely regarded as beginning the Protestant Reformation
Excommunicated-to deprive of the right of church membership by ecclesiastical authority. Read the article about King Henry VIII and answer the questions. Develop a timeline of the events surrounding the Protestant Reformation. Martin Luther and King Henry VIII changed history forever when they went agaisnt the Catholic church. In what ways were the goals of these men similar? How were they different? Write a paragraph or two explaining the differences. Complete the vocab worksheet. Classwork/Homework In 1521 King Henry VIII received the title "Defender of the Faith" from the Catholic Pope Leo X for his opposition to Martin Luther and the Protestant reformation. 1. The Protestant Reformation started in Germany. T/F
2. Martin Luther posted the ninety-two theses on the doors of the church in 1517. T/F
3. ____________________ is when someone is deprived of the right to church membership by church authority.
4. The head of the Catholic church is the ________.
5. How many wives did King Henry VIII have? 1. The Renaissance was a cultural movement. T/F
2. Art from the Renaissance is still popular to this day. T/F
3. Leonardo Da Vinci was a famous artist and scientist. T/F
4. The Mona Lisa is his most famous painting. T/F
5. The Ninja Turtles are named after famous Renaissance artists. T/F http://www.diffen.com/difference/Catholic_vs_Protestant 1. The Renaissance took place in Europe. T/F
2. Catholics and Protestants both believe in Jesus. T/F
3. Who is the head of the Catholic church?
4. _________ means to make better, improve, or remove defaults.
5. A _________ is an action that violates religious or moral law. Pope Benedict XVI 1. King Henry VIII left the Catholic church because he wanted a divorce. T/F
2. Who became head of the church of England?
3. Martin Luther and King Henry VIII left the Catholic church for the same reason. T/F
4. Both Martin Luther and King Henry were _____________ by the Catholic church.
5. The __________ Reformation changed the course of human history. King Henry VIII is the father of Queen Elizabeth I. Under her reign, England prospered as a protestant nation. http://www.timetoast.com/timelines/protestant-reformation-by-kaelyn-shanna-joel-and-alexa The Spread of Protestantism in Europe and the counter reformation To remember King Henry VIII's six wives just use this rhyme.

"Divorced, Beheaded, Died,
Divorced, Beheaded, Durvived." Essential Standards 6.H.1 6.H.2 6.C.1
Student Goals
I will:
Summarize the life of Martin Luther
Describe Martin Luther's impact on the Protestant Reformation
Recall information about Martin Luther to answer questions Essential Standards 6.H.1 6.H.2 6.C&G.1 6.C.1
Student Goals
I will:
Compare and Contrast the achievements of Martin Luther and King Henry VIII
Produce writing that demonstrates my understanding of the two reformations
Recall information about Martin Luther and King Henry VIII to support my argument Essential Standards 6.H.1 6.H.2 6.C.1
Student Goals
I will:
Summarize the life of King Henry VIII
Describe events surrounding King Henry VIII that led to the Protestant Reformation in England
Recall information about King Henry VIII to answer questions Essential Standards 6.H.1 6.H.2 6.C.1
Student Goals
I will:
Recall vocabulary to interpret information about the Protestant Reformation
Summarize the life of Martin Luther
Describe Martin Luther's impact on the Protestant Reformation Essential Standards 6.H.1 6.H.2 6.C.1
Student Goals
I will:
Recall information about Martin Luther and King Henry VIII to support my argument
Analyze the events of the Protestant Reformation.
Develop a timeline laying out the events of the protestant reformation Monday Tuesday Wednesday Put the following events in order from first to last:

1. King Henry VIII asks the pope for a divorce.
2. Martin Luther posted his 95 Theses on the door of the Castle Church in Wittenburg, Germany.
3. Martin Luther becomes a Catholic priest.
4. Martin Luther is excommunicated by the Pope.
5. King Henry VIII became head of the Church of England. 1. King Henry VIII was always a supporter of Martin Luther and the Reformation. T/F
2. Salvation is the deliverance from the power and results of sin. T/F
3. Martin Luther started the Protestant Reformation when he posted his ____ ________.
4. The Catholic Church was selling ___________ to the people which Martin Luther thought was wrong.
5. What is the nickname given to King Henry VIII's oldest daughter after she took the throne and began to persecute protestants? Jeopardy Review! Quick Questions/Review Quick Questions/Review Quick Questions/Review Process/Activity Interesting Idea New Concept Standards Process/Activity Interesting Idea New Concept Standards Preview Process/Activity Interesting Idea Standards Test tomorrow!
Study tonight! 1. Martin Luther believed an indulgence would save people from their sins. T/F
2. The Pope excommunicated both Martin Luther and King Henry VIII when they turned against the Catholic Church.
3. Who is the head of the Catholic Church?
4. What is the name given to a man who is a member of a religious order?
5. What was being reformed during the Reformation? Week 1 Week 2 Essential Standards 6.H.1 6.H.2 6.C.1
Student Goals
I will:
Recall vocabulary to interpret information about the Protestant Reformation
Summarize the impact Martin Luther's 95 Theses had on the Catholic Church and its' followers
Recall information about King Henry VIII to analyze his role in the Reformation
Analyze the events of the Protestant Reformation and develop a chronological sense of the events that took place during the Protestant Reformation Essential Standards 6.H.1 6.H.2 6.C.1
Student Goals
I will:
Recall vocabulary to interpret information about the Protestant Reformation
Summarize the impact Martin Luther's 95 Theses had on the Catholic Church and its' followers
Recall information about King Henry VIII to analyze his role in the Reformation
Analyze the events of the Protestant Reformation and develop a chronological sense of the events that took place during the Protestant Reformation Essential Standards 6.H.1 6.H.2 6.C.1
Student Goals
I will:
Recall vocabulary to interpret information about the Protestant Reformation
Summarize the impact Martin Luther's 95 Theses had on the Catholic Church and its' followers
Recall information about King Henry VIII to analyze his role in the Reformation
Analyze the events of the Protestant Reformation and develop a chronological sense of the events that took place during the Protestant Reformation Match the vocabulary words to the correct definition and work on study guide. Leaders of the Reformation Many of the Protestant leaders were concerned about educating the public. What was their main reason for this?

To better understand the Bible. Luther, for example, knew that the Bible was to no avail if the people could not read. The emphasis on educating the public distinguished the Modern Age from all previous eras, and the difference was made by the Reformation. This is the difference between the Northern Renaissance and the Italian Renaissance: in Italy, learning was exclusively reserved for a priviledged few. Whereas in the Northern Renaissance, all men were able to have the opportunity to learn. The 95 Theses summed up in three sentences.
Selling indulgences to finance the building of St. Peter's is wrong.
The pope has no power over Purgatory.
Buying indulgences gives people a false sense of security and endangers their salvation. The Impact left by the Protestant Reformation Queen Mary Tudor Bloody Mary executed 287 Protestants during her reign which was far less than her father King Henry VIII who executed 57,000 people during his reign. Brainstorm and then rewrite prompt.
People in Europe had been talking about reforms that may have been needed in the church for a long time before Martin Luther nailed his Ninety-five Theses to the door of the Wittenburg Castle Church. Why do you think this event became the spark that started the Reformation? http://www.superteachertools.com/jeopardy/usergames/Sep201238/game1348006940.php Make sure you have a sharpened pencil! Test Today!
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