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Title: BELLWORK


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BELLWORK
  1. Who fought in the 100 Years War? Why?
  2. Explain the role of Joan of Arc in the 100 Years
    War.
  3. What is divine guidance? Why was this
    controversial?
  4. What was the outcome of the 100 Years War?
  5. How did the 100 Years War positively effect
    Europe?
  6. THINKER Today is National Unity Day, an
    awareness day to stop all forms of violence. It
    is based around the quote when we all stand
    together, no one stands alone. What does this
    quote mean to you? What types of violence do you
    see in daily life/on campus? How do you
    personally work to stop this? Could you do more?
    Explain!

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The Hundred Years War
  • 1337-1453 Kings of France and England fought
    over control of French territory and the French
    throne.
  • England won the early battles because of their
    military superiority.

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Joan of Arc
  • Joan of Arc using divine guidance, she led a
    French army and ended the English siege of
    Orleans.
  • Joan later became a prisoner of the English and
    was burned to her death.
  • Inspired by Joans courage, the French rallied
    and drove the English out.
  • England no longer held any French territory.

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Effects of Hundred Years War
  • National unity in both France and England
  • Decline of Feudalism
  • New technology of fighting
  • Monarchs replaced feudal soldiers with actual
    national armies
  • Increased taxes to rebuild their countries
  • Europe went through a period of revival

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MAIN IDEA!
  • The Crusades 100 Years War advanced Western
    Europe.. Towns grew, trade expanded, education
    increased, and the arts thrived. People also
    began to question leadership.
  • Both conflicts, although devastating, brought
    positive changes to culture, government and
    society.

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European Revival
  • The Crusades 100 Years War advanced Western
    Europe. Towns grew, trade expanded, and the arts
    thrived. People also began to question
    leadership.
  • For this reading assignment, there are eight
    groups.
  • Each group is dedicated to a specific portion of
    society that improved after the Crusades/100
    Y.W..
  • Read to yourself silently
  • Discuss the TWO most important concepts with the
    rest of your group
  • Teach the class about your topic
  • The rest of the class will write down the most
    important fact/term/idea from your reading

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European Revival
  1. Agricultural Advances Growth of Towns pg. 147
  2. The Middle Class pg.147
  3. Trade and Money pg. 147
  4. Guilds pg. 147/8
  5. Universities New Learning pg. 148/9
  6. Medieval Literature pg. 149
  7. Medieval Art pg. 149
  8. Church Reform pg. 153

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Gothic Art Architecture
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Japanese Feudalism
  • During Ancient times, Asia and Europe remained
    isolated from one another. This all changed
    during the Middle Ages when the world was
    becoming more connected.
  • Areas in Asia began adopting European forms of
    government, religion, and culture but still
    maintained aspects of their own ways of life.
  • When it comes to their governments, both used
    Feudalism, but it was implemented differently.
    Although Feudalism declined in Europe, it still
    remained strong in Asia..especially Japan.
  • To learn about the similarities/differences in
    European vs. Japanese Feudalism, you are going to
    complete a worksheet.

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Japanese vs. European Feudalism
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BELLWORK
  • Use your purple worksheet on Samurai Wisdom to
    answer the following
  • What is a samurai? What is the Hagakure?
  • According to Samurai wisdom, how should one keep
    cool?
  • According to Samurai wisdom, why should they
    remain silent?
  • According to Samurai wisdom, when is a samurai
    finished with education?
  • According to Samurai wisdom, what is the proper
    way to settle an issue?
  • THINKER Are there similarities between ancient
    Samurai wisdom and how people act in todays
    society?

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The Pacific Rim
  • In the Middle Ages, civilizations started to form
    in the Pacific Rim region.
  • Culture, art, government, and religion spread
    through China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, etc.
  • This region of the world experienced a lot of
    changes in dynastic rule and religion.
  • In order to learn about these changes you are
    going to complete a worksheet The Golden Age of
    China and The Pacific Rim.
  • What you do not finish will be homework!

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