Western Humanities Honors March 2009

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Medieval Europe

A Day B Day
Essential Question Is the pervasiveness of Christian ideals in Medieval society a necessity or an imposition of the Church?
Unit Test 1

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
The Middle Ages:
 

Life in a Medieval Castle

Visual Tour of an Anglo Saxon Village in Britain

Manorial Language

Tales of the Middle Ages

Medieval Interactive 

 

 

 

 

2 A

SNOW DAY

3 B

CAPT TESTING

5 A

Power Points: Medieval Art

Medieval Art and Architecture

Students will understand that the images produced in the Middle Ages reflect "Medieval Man's"  conception and questioning of their world.

HW:Medieval Society through Glimpses of Medieval Life: Luttrell Psalter at the BL

5 B

Power Points: Medieval Art

Medieval Art and Architecture

Students will understand that the images produced in the Middle Ages reflect "Medieval Man's"  conception and questioning of their world.

HW:Medieval Society through Glimpses of Medieval Life: Luttrell Psalter at the BL

 

6 A

ART QUIZ

Out of the Darkness...Towns, Universities and technological innovations

HW:

ABC CLIO: What lasting influences did medieval cathedral schools and monasteries have on higher education in the West? 1 page typed response + primary doc analysis qs found in the "investigate" section

Log in: Litchfield

Username: cowboys

 

Plague Docs: take  notes on  the community, individual, scientific/medical, art and literary response to the plague; affect on religious practice and belief (Due Wednesday) Bring docs and notes taken to class .

Note: I linked the site used for the quiz so you can see the dates.

Monasticism

Virtual Pilgrimage

Gregorian Chants

The Crusades

 

 

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ART QUIZ

Out of the Darkness...Towns, Universities and technological innovations

HW: ABC CLIO: What lasting influences did medieval cathedral schools and monasteries have on higher education in the West?  Read the following: Key question, Need to Know, Background essay, Dilemma  and Investigate/

1 page typed response  to the EQ + primary doc analysis qs. found in the "investigate" section

Log in: Litchfield

Username: cowboys

Power Point from class

Plague Docs: take  notes on  the community, individual, scientific/medical, art and literary response to the plague; affect on religious practice and belief

 

Bring docs and notes taken to class Thursday.

10 11

 

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EQ: To what extent was  the Renaissance a result of the Plague

The Plague

The story of plague is not merely a medical, religious or economic subject. To properly understand the impact of plague it is necessary to consider almost all aspects of society, from art and music to science.

docs: Students will determine the most significant effect of the Plague on  Europe -- To what extent was  the Renaissance a result of the Plague?

View Plague Power Point

 

 

FYI: Crusades Power Point if you need it

13 ESSAY DUE to turn it in (A and B) by 7:20 am.

EQ: To what extent was  the Renaissance a result of the Plague

The Plague

The story of plague is not merely a medical, religious or economic subject. To properly understand the impact of plague it is necessary to consider almost all aspects of society, from art and music to science.

docs: Students will determine the most significant effect of the Plague on  Europe -- To what extent was  the Renaissance a result of the Plague?

View Plague Power Point

 

 

FYI: Crusades Power Point if you need it

 

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View The Plague

 Students will determine the most significant effect of the Plague on  Europe -- To what extent was  the Renaissance a result of the Plague?

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View The Plague

 Students will determine the most significant effect of the Plague on  Europe -- To what extent was  the Renaissance a result of the Plague?

 

 

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View The Plague

 Students will determine the most significant effect of the Plague on  Europe -- To what extent was  the Renaissance a result of the Plague?

HW: Begin Review for

TEST II
  • Science/Philosophy
  • Art
  • Universities
  • Plague (see above)

 

HW: Determine the most significant effect of the plague on Europe.  Write a thesis statement with bulleted evidence (1) from each PERSIA category. Each bulleted support should include an additional How and Why category. Example:

Example for a position claiming that the plague had the greatest effect on “the order of things”

 

PERSIA

  • Political: End of the feudal system

  • How this supports my position:

  • Why this is significant:

 

20

Schema: What Would You Do?

View The Plague

 Students will determine the most significant effect of the Plague on  Europe -- To what extent was  the Renaissance a result of the Plague?

HW: Begin to Review for

TEST II
  • Science
  • Art
  • Universities
  • Plague

 

HW:  Determine the most significant effect of the plague on Europe.  Write a thesis statement with bulleted evidence (1) from each PERSIA category. Each bulleted support should include an additional How and Why category. Example:

Example for a position claiming that the plague had the greatest effect on “the order of things”

 

PERSIA

  • Political: End of the feudal system

  • How this supports my position:

  • Why this is significant:

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Rise of the Medieval Monarchy

EQs:

  • How did European monarchs extend their power and build strong states during the High Middle Ages?
  • What was the legacy of the 100 years War?

K:

  • the relationship between feudalism and the rise of nation-states in Europe
  • political, economic, and social factors that  influenced the development of European nation-states
  • leading western kingdoms and their leaders

U: European monarchs were rulers in name during the early middle ages. Beginning in the 11th cent. monarchs begin to form strong states and challenge the authority of the Church.

D: Draw conclusions and make generalizations about data

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Rise of the Medieval Monarchy (Power Point)

EQs:

  • How did European monarchs extend their power and build strong states during the High Middle Ages?
  • What was the legacy of the 100 years War?

K:

  • the relationship between feudalism and the rise of nation-states in Europe
  • political, economic, and social factors that  influenced the development of European nation-states
  • leading western kingdoms and their leaders

U: European monarchs were rulers in name during the early middle ages. Beginning in the 11th cent. monarchs begin to form strong states and challenge the authority of the Church.

D:Draw conclusions and make generalizations about data

 

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TEST II

  • Science
  • Art
  • Universities
  • Plague
  • Rise of the Medieval Monarchy

HW:

  • Rewrites
  • Renaissance Docs

 

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TEST II

  • Science
  • Art
  • Universities
  • Plague
  • Rise of the Medieval Monarchy

HW:

  • Rewrites
27

Writing Workshop

HW:

  1. Rewrites
  2. Determine why Florence was  the heart of the Renaissance  and promoted the growth of a movement away from Christian conventionalism.

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Writing Workshop

HW:

  1. Rewrites
  2. Determine why Florence was  the heart of the Renaissance  and promoted the growth of this movement away from Christian conventionalism.

 

 

31 Renaissance

 

MAP DAY!

 

1 Renaissance

 

MAP DAY!

 

2

EQ: To what extent was the Renaissance a break for its medieval past?

Why Florence?

3

EQ: To what extent was the Renaissance a break for its medieval past?

Why Florence?

    

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 


 

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March 2008: Women's History Month

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Essential Question

HWCIV

 

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
            
The Middle Ages:

 

Chapter 6 -8

Life in a Medieval Castle

Visual Tour of a Medieval Village

Manorial Language

Cooking in the Middle Ages

Medieval Interactive

 

 

3 CAPT BEGINS

6 drops/4 = 80 m

The Middle Ages Political, Social and Economic Structure: Feudalism and Manorialism

  1. Power Point: The Rise of Feudalism: identify the social, economic, and political structure of the Middle Ages
  2. Feudalism: Stability or Chaos?  Read the documents and answer qs for class discussion
  3. Create a diagram illustrating the feudal relationship using John of Toul's Homage to the Count of Champagne
  4. Richer of Rheims:
    Journey to Chartres, 10th Century: Qs 1-4

 

HW: Period 4 and 6

Life in Medieval Feudal Society:

The manorial system

Women in Medieval society

 

 

 

 

4   6+4 drop

 

** Still confused by the feudal relationship?

For those of you who need further clarification see the Illustration of the Feudal Hierarchy and the History of Feudalism

 

 

 

5    6 drops /4 = 60 min
  1. Life in Medieval Feudal Society:
  • The Castle
  • Relationships
  • Education
  • Government

2. Review Manorialism

Women in Medieval society

Identify Women's roles in Medieval society and determine how (if?) they reflect Christian values. What does this reveal about the role of the Church in Medieval society?

HW: Period 4 and 6 Dominion and Domination: Lives of Medieval Women

Medieval Towns Docs (period 4 only)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6    4 drops /6 = 62 min

Period 6 - You must do the highlighted  homework by today's class.

The Middle Ages Political, Social and Economic Structure: Feudalism and Manorialism

  1. Power Point: The Rise of Feudalism: identify the social, economic, and political structure of the Middle Ages
  2. Feudalism: Stability or Chaos?  Read the documents and answer qs for class discussion
  3. Create a diagram illustrating the feudal relationship using John of Toul's Homage to the Count of Champagne

HW:

Richer of Rheims:
Journey to Chartres, 10th Century: Qs 1-4

 

7   4 drops /6 = 111 m...yikes
Monasticism

Virtual Pilgrimage

Gregorian Chants

The Crusades

 

10      4+6 drop

 

 

11  4=84m/6=82m
  1. Richer of Rheims:
    Journey to Chartres, 10th Century
  2. Life in Medieval Feudal Society:
  • The Castle
  • Relationships
  • Education
  • Government

3. Review Manorialism

HW: Medieval Towns Docs

 

 

 

12 6 drops/4=78m

HW 6:

The manorial system

Women in Medieval society

Medieval Towns Docs

 

13 4 and 6 drop

 

14        CAPT ENDS!

Period 4: Out of the Darkness...  the Medieval Town

Period 6: Is the pervasiveness of Christian ideals in Medieval society a necessity or an imposition of the Church?

Focus: Women

Identify Women's roles in Medieval society and determine how (if?) they reflect Christian values. What does this reveal about the role of the Church in Medieval society?

HW:

 

Dominion and Domination: Lives of Medieval Women

  • take the quiz
  • visit the city : Read all of the occupations listed and Choose 3. Identify and discuss one women per occupation. You should include: Name, where and when she lived, what she did (is this common or a radical departure from traditional women's roles?)

The Crusades: Just War Theory (Print and Bring to class)

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  1. Women's roles in Medieval Society
  2. The Medieval Church

 

 

HW:

Church terms,  docs

 

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19

Intro to  Research Paper

Paper Focus: Renaissance

5-7 Pages

MLA format

Rubric

Test Review

 

HW: Research Paper Topic proposal  Due Friday

Study

 

20

Test

Take Home Essay

21

 

 

24 

The Crusades: Just War Theory

25

The Medieval Church Continued

  • Discuss Docs and Terms
  • Just War Theory
  • The Crusades Crusades Docs

 HW:

Crusades Docs

Women in the Crusades

Eleanor of Aquitaine

 

 

26

 

 

Medieval Society through Glimpses of Medieval Life: Luttrell Psalter at the BL

 

HW: Medieval Art and Architecture: Visit the Gothic architecture site (link below).

Gothic Architecture

  • Identify at least 3 characteristics of Gothic Art

  • What did you learn about religion and symbolism in the the architecture Middle Ages?

  • Where did the term Gothic come from? How long did this period last?

 

 

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Students will Know: The images produced in the Middle Ages reflect "Medieval Man's"  conception and questioning of their world.

 

Power Point: Medieval Art

 

Medieval Art and Architecture

 

Gothic Architecture

HW: Plague Docs: take  notes on  the community, individual, scientific/medical, art and literary response to the plague; affect on religious practice and belief

 

 

The Plague

The story of plague is not merely a medical, religious or economic subject. To properly understand the impact of plague it is necessary to consider almost all aspects of society, from art and music to science.

 

  docs: Students will determine the most significant effect of the Plague on  Europe -- To what extent was  the Renaissance a result of the Plague?

View Plague Power Point

HW: Plague Docs: take  notes on  the community, individual, scientific/medical, art and literary response to the plague; affect on religious practice and belief

PRINT AND BRING TO CLASS!

 

To what extent was  the Renaissance a result of the Plague?

 

  The Plague

 

The Plague

 

    

 

 


 

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March 2007: Women's History Month

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Essential Question

HWCIV

 

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
        1     CAPT Prep 2    CAPT Prep
The Middle Ages

Chapter 6 -8

 

 

5

 

6

When and How did the Ancient world transition to Medieval "Christendom" ?

7 Early Middle Ages Map 8

The Middle Ages Political, Social and Economic Structure: Feudalism and Manorialism

Power Point: The Rise of Feudalism: identify the social, economic, and political structure of the Middle Ages

HW: Feudalism: Stability or Chaos?  Read the documents and answer qs for class discussion

9
Life in a Medieval Castle

Visual Tour of a Medieval Village

Manorial Language

Cooking in the Middle Ages

Medieval Interactive

12

Review The Order of Things

Discussion: Feudalism: Creating stability or political and social  Chaos?

Create a diagram illustrating the feudal relationship using John of Toul's Homage to the Count of Champagne

HW: Women in Medieval society

 

 

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Identify Women's roles in Medieval society and determine how (if?) they reflect Christian values. What does this reveal about the role of the Church in Medieval society?

 

HW: Dominion and Domination: Lives of Medieval Women

15

Still confused by the feudal relationship?

For those of you who need further clarification see the Illustration of the Feudal Hierarchy and the History of Feudalism

16

Snow Day

19  Drop Day 20

Share what you learned about the Lives of Medieval Women

 

 

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Share what you learned about the Lives of Medieval Women

 

 

22

Finish presentations

Review for Quiz

 

HW: Richer of Rheims:
Journey to Chartres, 10th Century: Qs 1-4

Rewrites Due Monday -- will be averaged this time.

23  Drop Day
Monasticism

Virtual Pilgrimage

Gregorian Chants

The Crusades

26  Quiz Today 27 Life in Medieval Feudal Society:
  • The Castle
  • Relationships
  • Education
  • Government

Discuss Richer of Rheims:
Journey to Chartres

HW: Medieval docs

28

The Medieval Church

HW: Church terms

 

 

29

Drop Day

30

The Crusades

Just War Theory

 

 

HW:

Women in the Crusades

Eleanor of Aquitaine