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Plot quadrants

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Monarchy: The Glorious Revolution Video
Vocabulary
9/24: The Bloodless Revolution

Divine Right
Definition: the doctrine that the right of rule derives directly from God, not from the consent of the people.
Example : During the _________________ most absolute monarchs claimed divine right to rule
Puritans
Definition: group of Protestants that arose in the 16th century demanding the simplification and purification of the doctrine
Example: Many Puritans decided to __________________.
Parliament
Definition: The law making (legislative) branch in Great Britain
Example: Many Monarchs__________ with the Parliament for power.
Why was England afraid of a Catholic king?
Warm Up

Exposition
( Setting; place time)
Climax
(Turning Point in the story)
Resolution
(the End)
Conflict
(problem)
P. 38
P. 40
Review TB Notes
Reflection
Magna Carta
Definition: 1215, King John of England was not above the law of the land and protecting the rights of the people
Example: King John was ________ to sign the Magna Carta.
English Civil War Reading
P. 50
1. The English Civil War began after a series of conflicts between ______ and _________.
2. The war began during the reign ________.
3. King Charles believed that the right of kings to rule came from _________.
4. After King Charles dissolved Parliament, a new Parliament was formed. What was the attitude of Parliament towards the king?
5. What caused the English Civil War?
6. What was the final spark that started the war?
P. 50
What was the final straw for the Parliament?
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