EQ: What is a Renaissance?
KC-4.3.II.B Land empires included the Manchu in Central and East Asia; the Mughals in South and Central Asia; the Ottomans in Southern Europe, the Middle East, and North Africa; and the Safavids in the Middle East.
I can explain a historical concept, development, or process.
Agenda: Cornell Notes + Martin Luther
Now that we have finished our lightning fast tour of the Italian and Northern Renaissance, it is time to get into perhaps the most important result of the Renaissance, the Reformation. The Catholic church had long dominated Europe in all aspects of life. However, as people’s thinking started to change based on Renaissance ideas, more and more of them started to question the power and wealth of the Catholic Church. Initially, the Catholic Church was able to crush dissent as it popped up, but eventually one stubborn monk would use the new technology of the printing press to turn Europe on its head. But before we get into the life of Martin Luter, let’s take a look at what caused the Reformation.
Assignment: Martin Luther: Angel or Devil?
Jump on over to Google Classroom and open up today’s assignment: Martin Luther: Angel of Devil. In the assignment we are going to look at what Martin Luther did and how he was perceived by both the Catholics and the newly emerged Protestants.
Here is a great video that details Martin Luther’s life and his impact on the Reformation.
What to Do Tonight:
Finish up anything you weren’t able to complete in class and catch up on any assignments you are still missing.