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Unformatted text preview: I N T E R A C T I V E S T U D E N T N O T E B O O K The Reformation Begins What factors led to the weakening of the Catholic Church and the beginning of the Reformation? P R E V I E W Your school’s principal has just enacted a policy regarding dress code violations that you believe unfairly targets certain students. You would like to voice your opinion, but are concerned that doing so might label you a troublemaker. Which of the following courses of action should you take? A. Ask for an appointment with the principal and explain your concerns about the policy face to face. B. Create a pamphlet that outlines your arguments against the new policy and pass it out to students at lunchtime. C. Stand on the sidewalk outside the school and, as students leave school for the day, protest loudly against the new policy. D. Ask your parents if you can transfer to another school where you know the dress code policy is fairer. E. Stay quiet and wait to see if other students are also upset before you start speaking out against the policy. Now, in a few sentences, explain why you chose that particular course of action. © Teachers’ Curriculum Institute The Reformation Begins  1 I N T E R A C T I V E S T U D E N T N O T E B O O K R E A D I N G N O T E S Social Studies Vocabulary As you complete the Reading Notes, use these terms in your answers. indulgence Reformation Martin Luther simony Protestant denomination Section 1 1. Complete the chart below by identifying three similarities between the classroom activity and the Catholic Church’s selling of indulgences. Classroom Activity Historical Connection • The school attempted to raise money by selling points to students. • • Students who performed poorly on the quiz or other assignments were told they could still earn high grades by buying points. • sinners could get into heaven still • Students who honored the academic process or couldn’t afford to buy points were troubled by the policy, believing it was wrong or unfair. • church raised money by selling indulgences by paying the church reformers believed indulgences were wrong 2. Name three factors, besides selling indulgences, that contributed to the weakening of the Catholic Church. - worldliness s & corruption - political conflict between the pope & monarchs - sold leadership positions called, simoys 2  The Reformation Begins © Teachers’ Curriculum Institute I N T E R A C T I V E S T U D E N T N O T E B O O K Section 2 1. What teachings and actions of John Wycliffe led the pope to accuse him of heresy? he translated the bible from Latin to English so common people could read it 2. What reforms did Jan Hus call for? - criticized church wealth & popes authority - wanted bible in English 3. In what way did Catherine of Siena’s approach to faith help prepare people for the Reformation? she prayed for hours & wrote spiritual letters & involved herself in church affairs 4. Who was Desiderius Erasmus? How did he help to prepare Europe for the Reformation? a humanist from Holland © Teachers’ Curriculum Institute his attacks on corruption made many people desire to leave the church The Reformation Begins  3 I N T E R A C T I V E S T U D E N T N O T E B O O K Section 3 1. Why did Martin Luther write the Ninety-Five Theses and post them on the door of a church in Wittenberg? the church wasn’t listening to the grievances so he nailed them to the door 2. Use this chart to compare and contrast Luther’s beliefs with those of the Catholic Church. Martin Luther Catholic Church - bible was the ultimate source of religious - pope was religious authority authority, not pope - few priests - all christians were priests - bible in latin so people had to go to church - all should study the bible 3. What happened when Luther was brought before the Diet of Worms? he refused to take back the teachings the emperor forbade the printing of his writings 4  The Reformation Begins © Teachers’ Curriculum Institute I N T E R A C T I V E S T U D E N T N O T E B O O K Section 4 1. Name three factors that helped spread Luther’s reforms across Europe. people were tired of abusers more people to read the bible rulers embraced Protestant faith The Reformation 2. What two Protestant reformers began new churches in Switzerland? Huldrych Zwingli John Caluin 3. What personal and political reasons led King Henry VIII to split with the Catholic Church? Personal Reasons Political Reasons - he could get a divorce & remarry no longer have to share power with church 4. Who was William Tyndale? For what important contribution is he most remembered? priest scholar writer © Teachers’ Curriculum Institute translated books from bible The Reformation Begins  5 I N T E R A C T I V E S T U D E N T N O T E B O O K P R O C E S S I N G In each outline, draw facial features to show how each of these six individuals felt about the need to reform the Catholic Church. Then, under each head, complete the sentence to express what each person would say about the Reformation. An example is provided. Catholic Church Official We need reform because we don’t Martin Luther We need reform because the church has too much power 6  The Reformation Begins Jan Hus We need reform because the church is corrupt John Calvin We need reform because the church teachings are wrong Desiderius Erasmus We need reform because we must put an end to Church abuses in order to keep our Church strong. King Henry VIII We need reform because i want more power © Teachers’ Curriculum Institute ...
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