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Example: Newscast Anchor Enter Name: Mr. Varghese: Anchor: “From the studio, we are going to our Special Correspondent who is standing by with a protester! Mr. Varghese, please tell us about this protester!” Mr. Varghese: “Yes, Hello _______. Here I find myself on this cold, dark & dreary day, talking to none other than the man who started this whole thing…Mr. Martin Luther!” Anchor: “Oh, wow, so you are actually conversing with THE Martin Luther? Tell us what he has been doing today while protesting & what exactly is his motivation for protesting this seemingly holy organization of the Roman Catholic Church.” “Mr. Luther, what is your motivation for protesting & how have you been protesting?” Martin Luther: “Greetings & God bless to everyone listening. Due to the corruption within the Roman Catholic Church & the wrongful leading of the innocent to the depths of hell, I find myself nailing my 95 Theses on the door here at the local church in Wittenberg, Germany.” “And what response has the Church given you, Mr. Luther?”…….“Oh, my goodness, Anchor _______, we have some angry people shouting at Mr. Luther”…..”Wait….. I think my sound has been disconnected….hello?” BREAKING NEWS: The Counter Reformation is beginning!

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  • Newscast: The Protestant Reformation & Counter ReformationsWith your group, you are going to create a newscast on the Protestant & Counter Reformations. (think 5 WsWho, What, When, Where, Why?)You need:Anchor(s)Interviewer(s) in the fieldGuest(s) to interviewWrite (at least) a 1-page dialogue for your newscast.Make sure every person has their own part recorded, so you can perform it easier. THIS WILL BE PERFORMED TODAY!Have fun with it

  • Example: NewscastAnchor Enter Name:From the studio, we are going to our Special Correspondent who is standing by with a protester! Mr. Varghese, please tell us about this protester!Mr. Varghese:Yes, Hello _______. Here I find myself on this cold, dark & dreary day, talking to none other than the man who started this whole thingMr. Martin Luther!Anchor:Oh, wow, so you are actually conversing with THE Martin Luther? Tell us what he has been doing today while protesting & what exactly is his motivation for protesting this seemingly holy organization of the Roman Catholic Church.Mr. Varghese:Mr. Luther, what is your motivation for protesting & how have you been protesting?Martin Luther:Greetings & God bless to everyone listening. Due to the corruption within the Roman Catholic Church & the wrongful leading of the innocent to the depths of hell, I find myself nailing my 95 Theses on the door here at the local church in Wittenberg, Germany.Mr. Varghese:And what response has the Church given you, Mr. Luther?.Oh, my goodness, Anchor _______, we have some angry people shouting at Mr. Luther..Wait.. I think my sound has been disconnected.hello?

    BREAKING NEWS: The Counter Reformation is beginning!

  • Reformation Posters -Create a poster from either the Protestant Reformers perspective OR the perspective of the Catholic Church:Example:Choose a specific Protestant Reformer & show what they believed (Martin Luther, John Calvin, Zwingli, Henry VIII, Anabaptists etc.)

    ORChoose a reason, the Roman Catholic Church thought the Protestant Reformers (groups) were radical & heretical.

    Must(s): Use the entire piece of paper, with correct spelling, legible, neat, accurate & full of color!

  • WarmUp #4Complete the Map Analysis on pg. 468 & answer the corresponding questions.Read & answer the questions on the bottom of pgs. 470-471 regarding exploration & the diffusion of ideas.

  • Objective:The learner will be able to: examine the causes of European exploration & the effects on the native peoples they encounter.Guided InstructionActivityDiscussion

  • EXPLORATION OFTHE NEW WORLD

  • Europeans on the movethroughout high Middle Ages & Renaissance, Europeans became more wealthy because of tradefascinated by the Far East (Marco Polo) most conflicts had settled down & kings had now consolidated powernew inventions/ideas from the East: astrolabe, compass, deep-draft ships, caravel etchelp with navigation!The 3 Gs of European expansion: God, glory, gold!conversion of the heathen for Godglory for the nation & monarchgold for merchants & adventurers

  • Civilizations in the Americas

  • Mayan Civilization (~300-900 AD)Central Americalarge cities centered around pyramids with shrines to the godscity-states with hereditary rulers, nobles, artisans/merchants, peasants & slavespolytheistic: used human sacrifice to appease gods & celebrate events sophisticated calendar used both solar calendar (365 days) & sacred calendarcause of decline unknown?

  • Mayan Civilization

  • Aztec Civilization (~1100s-1500s AD)Mexico: capital at Tenochtitlanpowerful warriorsbelieved in human sacrificescientific: calculated movement of many planetsbelieved sign of arrow through a tree (Spanish cross) meant the gods were returningconquistador: Spanish military leader who fought against the Native AmericansHernan Cortes landed in 1519 AD & was welcomed by Montezuma (king) but soon took him hostage & destroyed the Aztec Civilization

  • Aztec Civilization

  • Incan Civilization (~1400-1535 AD)Peru/Chile areaused llamas to transport goodsgreat builders: roads & bridges & monuments without mortar (Machu Picchu)no written languagekept records with knotted rope (quipu)Francisco Pizarro landed in 1531 & defeated the Incas after their leader Atahualpa would not convertIncas & Aztecs were defeated by disease (smallpox) as much as by the use of weapons

  • Incan Civilization

  • Portugal (Portuguese)Prince Henry the Navigator financed expeditions down the western coast of Africadiscovered gold & African slaves1488 Bartholomeu Dias rounded tip of Africa (Cape of Good Hope)1498 Vasco da Gama went around the Cape of Good Hope to India & backset up trading posts throughout South & Southeast Asiacontrolled spice trade1519-1522 Magellan circumnavigated the entire world

  • Colonies in the Americas, 1700pg. 477

    Answer both questions

  • Portugal (Portuguese)

  • Spain (Spanish)Christopher Columbus (Italian) was convinced Earth was not very bigcould reach Asia by sailing west from Europejourney financed by Ferdinand & IsabellaAnna, Pinta & Santa Maria reached Hispaniola (Haiti/Dominican Republic): October 1492

    Spain & Portugal: main exploring nationsTreaty of Tordesillas (1494): line of demarcation: the East was controlled by Portugal & the West by Spain

  • Portuguese & Spanish

  • England & FranceCabot: coast of CanadaDrake: Pacific NorthwestHudson: New England for EnglandAmerigo Vespucci: explorer/mapmaker/cartographer journals of the New World (the Americas)French explored St. Lawrence Seawaytraders > settlers (worked with the Native Americans)English settled into colonies (mercantilism)Roanoke, Jamestown, Plymouth Baydistrusted the Native Americansthe English expanded & came into conflict with the French, as well as, the Native Americans

  • Homework

    Read & answer the following questions from these pages:1. Explorers and their Routes, pg. 4732. An Explorers Journal, pg. 4743. The Treatment of Native Americans, pg. 478