School History has a fantastic collection of teaching resources focusing on the English Reformation which was a series of events in 16th century England by which the Church of England broke away from the authority of the Pope and the Roman Catholic Church. These events were, in part, associated with the wider process of the European Protestant Reformation, a religious and political movement that affected the practice of Christianity across all of Europe during this period.
It is rated PG for mild language and some scenes of violence.
There are 4 episodes that each cover different periods of the Inquisition. I show parts of the episodes on the Spanish inquisition and the inquisition during the Renaissance.
These probably could be used as full episodes. The information is solid and they are entertaining enough to hold interest. There is a scene where Columbus is taken to the Inquisition and another where the Jewish expulsion in Spain is announced and later carried out.
It is rather dryly presented. Still, I watch it yearly to refresh my own mind. David Bowie - "Changes" CD I use the chorus of this song in a few places throughout the year including the title slide of my Reformation notes.
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The Christian Church a. Provides a brief history of Christianity. I go out of my way in this section to explain the concept of religious denominations.
My students rarely understand that a Catholic is a Christian. This opening section is design to help cover that. It helps, but it is still a fight to get them to accept it.
Reformation Culture Shock II. Problems in the Church a. Explores the 3 major problems in the Catholic church prior to the Reformation money, corruption, and discrimination.
The Inquisition is introduced here but not heavily covered. Martin Luther and the Reformation a. Luther, no doubt, was a character and therefore this section focuses on him.
It uses multiple clips from the movie "Luther" to help tell the story. This section also includes the Counterreformation and the birth of the Jesuits. Reformation Stations - This lab consists of 9 stations of random little details about the Reformation.
Each has different activities most short answer questions to go along with a visual.In this lesson, we will learn about three theological terms: omnipotence, omniscience, and omnipresence.
In monotheistic religions, these terms are used to describe the nature of God. The Scientific Revolution lesson plans Galileo: To Tell the Truth, scripted play / activity for the classroom Which was a bigger threat to the Catholic Church - the Reformation or the Scientific Revolution?
lesson plan, classroom activity. Moral failure among pastors is happening with shocking frequency in the American church. A Leadership survey (Winter, , pp. ) revealed that one out of eight pastors have committed adultery since they’ve been in local church ministry.
Almost one out of four admitted to doing something they feel was sexually inappropriate. Lesson Plan: Introduction to the Reformation – 9th Grade Global History and Geography New York State Curriculum Unit III – Global Interactions - Time allotted: minutes (2 class periods) Previously discussed - 1.
The role and importance of the Catholic Church during the Middle Ages 2. The Italian Renaissance and humanism 3. Lesson One - Turning Points Suitable for: Middle/High School Objectives: Students will understand how people are affected by places and events.
Students will communicate their opinions in an essay. Top Education and Teacher Sites, Search Top Teacher Sites, Top Education.