• Standard: 7.9 Students analyze the historical developments of the Reformation.

    Essential Question: How did the Reformation divide the Christian Church, millions of people, and European states?

    World Religions Learning Targets

    -NOTE: the Learning Targets are being completed through Google Classroom. At the end of the Unit Please Print your learning targets and glue them to the appropiate page for the unit. Please ask your student to show you their Learning Targets.

    Learning Targets Exemplar (This is from a different Unit)

    World Religions Study Guide 

    Learning Targets Request for Regrade and Feedback Form

    Learning Target # Learning Target
    1 I can Explain the reasons Martin Luther challenged the Catholic Church
    2 I can Describe the political, theological and economic ideas of Erasmus, Luther, Calvin, Tyndale and King Henry VIII
    3 I can Connect Protestant ideas of self-government with democratic ideals.
    4 I can Identify the different Christian denominational regions of Europe and explain how this affected the spread of Christianity throughout the world.
    5 I can List the ways the Catholic Church evolved and strengthened as a result of the Protestant Reformation.
    6 I can Categorize the impact of Cooperation between Muslims and Jews in Spain during the Medieval Period and the consequences of persecution and expulsion of these groups.
  • *In addition to the schedule, below you will find necessary readings and informational maps*

    World Religions Unit Schedule

    Day Date Assignment/Classwork
    Monday    
    Tuesday    
    Wednesday March 20 Africa Unit Test and SET UP World Religions UNIT
    Thursday March 21
    Friday March 22  CW: Causes of the Reformation 
     
    Monday March 25  CW: Reformers of the Refromation Gallerywalk (link is posted to Google Classroom) &Denominations of Christianity Chart & Meet with Martz for LT #1
    Tuesday March 26  CW: Changes in Europe Map: Before the Reformation (1500s) and After the Reformation (1600s), use McGH 337 and Map #1 to complete.
    • World Map: Christianity Spreads to the World, use McGH 340 (mark Christian Missionaries on world map)
    • Meet with Martz for LT#2.
    Wednesday March 27

     

    CW: Counter Reformation Cornell Notes

    Meet with Martz for LT#4

    Thursday March 28

     CW: Golden Age Prezi

    Meet with Martz for LT#3 and LT#5

    Friday  March 29 Learning Target Day
     

    Monday

    BLOCK SCHEDULE: "A" DAY 

    PERIODS Advisory, 1,2, & 3

     April 1

     CAASP Testing in English and Math.

    Project Alert in Social Studies

    NOTE: If you have English or Math Period 2 or Period 6 you have a modified schedule.

    Tuesday

    BLOCK SCHEDULE:

    "B" DAY PERIODS: Advisory, 5, 6, & 7

     April 2

    CAASP Testing in English and Math.

    Learning Targets Workday and finish notebook pages. Start Leaders of the Reformation Character Sketch.

    NOTE: If you have English or Math Period 2 or Period 6 you have a modified schedule.

    Wednesday

    BLOCK SCHEDULE: "A" DAY 

    PERIODS Advisory, 1,2, & 3

     April 3

    CAASP Testing in English and Math.

    Leaders of the Reformation Character Sketch

    NOTE: If you have English or Math Period 2 or Period 6 you have a modified schedule.

    Thursday

    BLOCK SCHEDULE:

    "B" DAY PERIODS: Advisory, 5, 6, & 7

     April 4

    CAASP Testing in English and Math.

    Leaders of the Reformation Character Sketch

    NOTE: If you have English or Math Period 2 or Period 6 you have a modified schedule.

    Friday

    Regular Friday Schedule

     April 5  

    CAASP Testing in English and Math.

    CW: Cornell Notes: Religious Changes- Islam and Safavid Persia and South Asia Religious Changes

    Religions of the World Map (See Google Classroom Stream)

     

         
    Monday April 8  Cornell Notes: Medieval India
    Tuesday April 9  EQ#2: GO and Sources (See Google Classroom)
    Wednesday April 10 Religions in India GO: Budhhism, Hinduhism (See Google Classroom)
    Thursday April 11  World Religions Notebook Check: World Religons Title Page; Learning Targets, and Vocabulary DUE all Pages including Practice work in your should be done.  
    Friday April 12  World Religions Unit Test
         
        Spring Break April 13-22
  • World Religions Unit Vocabulary

    Vocabulary should be done in Cornell format: with the Vaocabulary numbered with the page number in () to the left of your cornell line and a definition to the right of the cornell line, Under each vocabulary term on the left side draw a sketch to represent the term and to the right under the definition use the term in a historically accurate sentente. Please see the example for formatWorld Religions Student Sample Vocabulary 1 World Religions Student Sample Vocabulary 2 

    World Religions Vocabulary
    1. A Reformation in Christianity 2. Catholics and Protestants 3. Islam and Safavid Persia 4. Religious Change in South Asia
    1) Protestant Reformation (325)
    2) Indulgence
    3) John Wycliff (325)
    4) Desiderius Erasmus (326)
    5) Martin Luther (327)
    6) Pope Leo X (327)
    7) Lutherans (327-328)
    8) Holy Roman Empire (329)
    9) Charles V (329)
    10) John Calvin (330)
    11) Calvinism (330)
    12) Predestination
    13) Federalism
    14) King Henry VII (331)
    15) Annul
    16) restored
    17) seminary
    18) heresy
    19) Spanish Inquisition (337)
    20) Don Quixote (337)
    21) Catherine De’ Medici (339)
    22) The Thirty Years’ War
    23) Sufis
    24) Virtuous
    25) Theology
    26) Wali Sanga of Java (344)
    27) Zealous
    28) Safavid Empire (346)
    29) Guru
    30) Intermediaries
    31) Persecution
    32) Khalsa
    33) Kakar