7C. RENAISSANCE WORKBOOK



Name

   Period

Part 4 and 5=page 18-26

 

21. Papyrus

 

22. Codex

 

 23. Illuminators

 

24. Writan

 

 25. Stylus

 

 26. Ink- how made

 

27. Codex

 

 28. Johannes Gutenberg

 

29. Gun Powder
 

 

30.Gothic Style


 

31. linear perspective


 

32. Bruneleschi


 

33. piazza


 

34.Martin Luther

 

34. hegemony


 

 35. Pope Gregory II

 

 36. Indulgences

 

37. Reformation

 

38. Protestant

 

39. Pope Alexander during the time of Martin Luther

 

BOOK PAGE 540-549

 

40. Magna Carta- why important

 

41. Habeas corpus

 

42. Parliament

 

43. Hundred Years War- how did it start

 

44. Black Death- results- how changed Europe

 

45. Heresy

 

46. Heretic

 

 47. Pope Innocent III

 

48. Moors in Spain - What happened to them

 

49. Reconquista

 

50. Ferdinand and Isabella

 

51. Spanish Inquisition

 

52. Jews- why discrimination

 

 

 

The Renaissance- The Move to Humanism

 

 Worksheet on pages 17-20, and page 2-4 in back of the book

Name __________________________  Period ____________________

 ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS ON YOUR OWN PAPER IN COMPLETE SENTENCES. SKIP LINES BETWEEN ANSWERS. Somewhere on your vocabulary sheet write the word “HUMANISM”. This is what the ancient Greeks believed in; that humans and life now was important and should be lived to the fullest.

1. What was a consequence of free thought during the late Middle Age?

2. What happened in 1340 AD that changed the lives of Europeans?

3. In 1347 AD, a Muslim trade ship sailed into a port on Sicily. What happened that changed Europeans forever?

4. Read the section called THE END OF THE WORLD. How were ordinary animals affected by the plague? Want to read more? Find the site at the bottom of the box.

5. What happened to many people in Europe? Note: Recent historians feel that the estimate of 1/3 of the European population dying is off. They feel it is closer to ½!!

6. What caused the plague?

7. What effect did the plague have on Middle Ages society? This question has many parts to the answer so answer carefully. It will give you a clue to why Europe began to “wake up”.


 Renaissance Worksheet (Page 21-26)part 5

Name ____________________Period _________

The Growth of the Renaissance City

ANSWER THE QUESTIONS IN COMPLETE SENTENCES

1. What kind of things would one find in Florence Italy during the Middle Ages?

2. What was Gothic architecture?

3. Describe linear perspective and who discovered it. Explain how many of the Florentines were much like the Greeks.

4. List some of the famous who's -who of the Renaissance.

5. Describe what the city was like. What powerful family ruled Florence and what kinds of things did they do for the Florentines?

6. The Catholic Church depended on the clergy (priests or monks) to tell the ordinary people what the Holy Books said and meant. Pope Gregory II made sure that the Catholic Church became powerful. What things did he do that gave the Catholic Church more power?

7. Define the following words:

A. Hegemony

B. Infallible

8. What would happen to anyone who disagreed?

9. Architecture is a sign of power. What did the church attempt to build in the 1500's to show the power of the church?

10. Who was Martin Luther, and what did he do? What did Luther hope to do with his writing?

11. What did Luther say that was so different from the Church?

12. What is a Protestant? Who were Lutherans?

13. Describe the typical life of people during the Renaissance.

14. What do you find surprising about pages 25 and 26?


 RENAISSANCE WORKSHEET PAGE 26-32 part 6 A

Name _______________________ period _____________xxxx

Important ideas or people of the renaissance

What they did to make them famous

Medici family

 

Classical age

 

Humanists

 

Donatello

 

Michelangelo Buonarroti

 

Leonardo da Vinci

 

Seven Steps to Genius according to Leonardo

 

Galileo Galeli

 

Christopher Columbus

 


 RENAISSANCE-HENRY AND HIS QUEENS WORKSHEET-PAGE 32-part 6

THE KING IS DEAD, GOD SAVE THE QUEEN

THE FAMOUS RENAISSANCE MONARCHS OF ENGLAND
NAME __________________________
PERIOD ____________________

COMPLETE SENTENCES AND EXPLAIN YOUR ANSWER

1.      How did Henry became king? Was he trained to be king?

2.    How did Henry meet and marry his wife? Be specific.

3.    What did Catherine bring with her that made her a practical wife? 
What was a dowry and what was it used for?

4.Describe the one event that finally ended the marriage of Henry and Catherine.

5. The next paragraph describes Henry as a person. You describe him in your own words using specific examples.

6. When the pope refused to give Henry an annulment, what did Henry do? What happened to Catherine of Aragon?

7. Who were wife #2, and 3 and what happened to each of these wives?

8. Why didn't Anne of Cleves work out as a wife?

9. Who were Henry's final two wives and what happened to them?

10. When Henry died, who was fighting for control of England?

11. Who ruled England after Henry died? Did Edward ever make any big changes?  

12.   Mary, when she became queen, married Philip of Spain. Cite two reasons why she did this. How did she change England once again?  

13.   Elizabeth I becomes queen in 1558. Her full name was Elizabeth Regina and she made England a world power. What one battle changed the fate of England?

14.   This battle gave the English people a choice to do what?


VOCABULARY SHEET FOR END OF RENAISSANCE/FINAL TEST

NAME _______________________

PERIOD ____________

Points Earned ____________/200

FROM PAGE 32 TO THE END OF PACKET

WORD OR PHRASE

GOOD AND COMPLETE DEFINITION

1.  Henry VIII

 

 

1.

2. Catherine of Aragon and her famous child

2.

3. Dowry

 

 

3.

4. How Henry showed power

4.

5. Annulment

5.

 

6. Church of England and why it was started

6.

7.   Anne Boleyn and what was her famous child’s name

7.

8. Reasons Anne Boleyn was beheaded

8.

9. Jane Seymour and the name of her famous child

9.

10. Anne of Cleves

 

10.

11. Catherine Howard and why she was beheaded

11.

12.   Catherine Parr

12.

13. When and why Henry died

13.

14. Edward VI

14.

15. Mary I

15.

16. Role of Catholic Church

16.

17.  Why Mary called “Bloody”

17.

18.  Phillip II of Spain

 

18.

19.  Elizabeth I (Regina)


19.

20. Virginia

20.

21. Spanish Armada

21.

22. William Shakespeare

22.

23.  Romeo and Juliet


23.

24.  Lord Chamberlain’s men

24.

25.   Stratford England

25.

26.  Anne Hathaway

26.

27.  Mary Queen of Scots

27.

28.  The Globe theater

28.

29.  Nicolas Copernicus- what did he do that made him famous

29.

30. Aristotle and Ptolemy


30.

31.  Marco Polo- events that made him famous

31.

32. Printing Press and paper 32.

33.  Reasons why Europe had trouble trading with Far East

33.

34. Fears of early Sailors

34.

35.  Arab sails

35.

36.  Astrolabe

36.

37.  Compass

37.

38.  Prince Henry the Navigator and what did he do.

38.

39. Portugal what did they do?

39.

40.  Azores and Canary Island

40.

41.  Bartholomew Diaz

41.

42.  Vasco da Gamma

42.

43.  Ferdinand Magellan

43.

44.  Spice Islands

 

44.

45. What did Columbus really do?

45.

46.  Conquistadors

46.

47.   Amerigo Vespucci
 

47.

48.    Cartographer

48. Map maker

49.    Columbus- What he really discovered

49.

50.   Line of Demarcation

50.

51.   Name of the Dutch colony in the new world

51.

52.  Name of the colony after English took over

52.

53.  Spanish Armada

53.

54. Foods and plants and products traded by English

54.

55.  French settlements in North America

55.

56.  Spanish settlements in New World

56.

57.  Portuguese settlement in New World

57.

58. What happened-       Louisiana Territory?

58.

59. Columbian Exchange 59. Named after Columbus, this describes the exchange of ideas between the Americas and Europe. Some things given to Europe were the potatoes, tomatoes, tobacco, corn. Given to the Americas were horses, pigs, and disease.
 BOOK PAGES 558-END OF CHAPTER 575  Again be specific about the definition.
 60. Mongols and the Silk Road  60.
 61. Marco Polo and what he brought back to Europe (558)  61.
 62. Florence, Venice, Genoa and Milan- why famous (559-560)  62.
 63. Medici family- what they did for Florence (560)  63.
 64. Renaissance- reborn to what (561)  64.
 65. Humanism (561)  65.
 66. Classical Writings (562)  66.
 67. Dante Alighieri (562)  67.
 68. Niccolo Machiavelli and The Prince (562)  68.
 69. Perspectives (563)  69.

 70. Michelangelo- what he did (563)


 

 70.

 71. Leonardo da Vinci (563) what he did

 

 71.
 72. Math and science advances (565)  72.
 73. Johann Gutenberg (566)  73.
 74. Christian humanism (567)  74.
75. Miguel de Cervantes (568) 75.
76. William Shakespeare (568) 76.
77. Reformation 77.
78. Indulgences 78.
79.-84. Martin Luther and 95 Theses- some of his ideas (570) 79-84.
85. Protestants and what they believed (570-571) 85.
86. William Tyndale (571) 86.
87. John Calvin (571-572) 87.

88.Henry VIII (572)


 

88.
89. Catholic Reformation (572) 89.
90. Spanish Inquisition (572) 90.

91. Jesuits (572) and what they did

 

91.
92. Council of Trent and what the Reformers wanted to do (573) 92.
93. Religious wars- Huguenots (574) 93.
94. Edict of Nantes (574)- 30 years war 94.
95. Treaty of Westphilia (575) 95.
96. Federalism (575) 96.
97-100. Results of Reformation- Quick Facts on Page 574

97-100.


 

. Any other notes or words you want to remember

 



WORKSHEETS FOR TEXTBOOK

Worksheet for pages 540-545

COMPLETE SENTENCES! ALSO READ ANYTHING THAT YOU SEE MARKED “NOTE”.

 

     QUESTIONS:- complete sentences

  1. What was the Magna Carta and why was it important? Look at the top of page 541 and the section called “effects of Magna Carta”  and list two specific things that this document limited.
  2. Explain a change brought about by the Magna Carta.
  3. What is Parliament and why was it important?
  4. On page 542, the book begins to talk about THE HUNDRED YEARS WAR. This is a war between which two groups and why did it happen?
  5. Please note Joan of Arc…she said that God told her to lead the French troops.
  6. How did the 100 years war change the governments of England and France?
  7. What impact did the Black Plague have on Europe? Please list AT LEAST 2. Look at page page 544-545. What does this picture show?

 Page 546-549- COMPLETE SENTENCES

1. Why did some Christians begin to question church teachings in the early 1100"s?
2. What are heresy and heretics? What did the church do to stop such ideas?
3. What did Pope Innocent III do that was so radical? 
4. How did Muslim governments in Spain fall apart?
5. What was the Reconquista? 
6. Why were King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella important to this cause or taking the land from the Muslims? What else were they famous for?
7. What happened to Jews and Muslims of Spain?
8. What was the Spanish Inquisition? 
9. Why were Jews discriminated against in this time? Find several reasons.

 Questions for pages 558-564

COMPLETE SENTENCES

1. What were some of the positive changes of the Black Death?

2. What shut down the trade routes of the Silk Road the first time? What happened in the 1200’s that made the trade routes accessible once again?

3. How did Marco Polo make a difference in trade routes opening again?

4. What were the four Italian cities that became big trade centers? What are the two important roles that these cities played in expanding the economy of Europe?

5. Why was Florence important?

6. Who were the Medici family and why were they important. List some of the things to make Florence great.

7. What was reborn during the Renaissance?

8. What is humanism and why is it important? How is this different than the Middle Ages?

9. What kind of things did artists like to study?

10.  Tells what made these two writers famous: Dante Alighieri and Niccolo Machiavelli.

11. On pages 562-563, explain the following terms or tell why these persons were famous:

a. Perspective

b. Michelangelo

c. Leonardo da Vinci

12. On page 564, look at the two pictures. Which one was painted in the Renaissance and how can you tell?

 


 

 PAGES 565-568

COMPLETE SENTENCES

1. List some of the advances in math and science. Why do you think these are important.

2. What were some of the changes in education? What was Petrarch’s warning about ignoring history?

3. Who was Johann Gutenberg and how did he start spreading ideas?

4. In northern Europe, what did scholars focus on? In other words, what is Christian humanism?

5. Who was Desiderius Erasmus and why were his ideas radical?

6. How was the art of Northern Europe different?

7. Who are these two Renaissance persons, and why are they important: Miguel de Cervantes and William Shakespeare.


pages 569-575- do in vocabulary exercise 

THE BLACK PLAGUE

THE BLACK DEATH

black_death.jpg

 THE HORROR OF
THE BLACK DEATH




 

Name_________________________________________

Black Plague Response
http://www.eyewitnesstohistory.com/pfplague.htm

Directions: After reading this document please write a 5 to 7 sentence extended response to the following question. This may be hand written and is not due untilFriday April 27. Read Prompt: This period in history people did not understand modern medicine, how would people today react to disease similar to plague? What steps would be taken to protect those who had not been infected? Be sure to compare and contrast the modern time and the period history we are studying in your answer.

ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS IN COMPLETE SENTENCES....

   Name__________________________________________

   “Plague”

  1.        Make sure you carefully read the selection from the book (p. 108-115). Pay attention to any vocabulary words, information boxes, and picture captions as you read.
  2.        When finished reading, answer the following questions in complete sentences on a separate piece of paper.
  3. .     In what year does the author indicate the events of the Black Plague occur?
  4. .    How did rats and fleas play a role in spreading the Black Plague or Black Death?
  5. .    About how many people died in Europe as a result of the Black Death during the 14th Century (1300s)?
  6.     Why was “bleeding” a popular treatment for the Black Plague? Was it effective?
  7.    Define pandemic. Why was the Black Plague considered a pandemic?
  8. .    Describe the meaning behind the nursery rhyme, “Ring Around the Rosey.”
  9.     How did robbers take advantage of the panic caused by the Black Plague?
  10.      Explain (in detail) how fleas spread the plague.
  11.      Look at the picture of the plague doctor on page 113 and read the caption. Why do you think “plague doctors” dressed like this when treating patients?
  12. .   How could an infection in a person’s lungs end up being more deadly than when the plague was spread by a flea? 

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