1. Why do economic difficulties coupled with a lack of political cooperation
often lead to a rise of political extremist groups?
2. The French Revolution gave rise to the idea of a national holiday. If you
could propose a new national holiday, what would
Define the following terms:
having or representing the earth as a center
measured or considered as being seen from the
center of the sun.
Inductive reasoning is a logical process in whi
The Columbian Exchange
1. What was the Columbian Exchange?
Exchange of plants, animals, and diseases between Europe, Africa, and the
2. List the old world goodsGrapes, turnip, onion, banana, peach, pear
3. List the old world livestockCattle, she
The Counter Reformation:
Background: During the Protestant Reformation, religious reformers called
protestants broke from the Catholic Church & started new Christian
List examples of Protestant
Calvinism - Lutherani
Unit #7 Renaissance & Reformation
Where people live
a sovereign state
consisting of an
autonomous city with
The age of Elizabeth
Protestant Reformation Questions:
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH BEFORE THE REFORM: POWER, INFLUENCE, &
List two problems with the leadership of the Catholic Church before the Reformation.
1. Political scandals further tarnished the Roman Church in the e
Go around to each picture and answer the questions in the space
provided be sure to match the picture number with the appropriate slide
Picture #1 The Nativity
What do you
What is the Primary Reason to Study the Byzantine Empire?
Background Essay Questions:
1) Who was Constantine?
He was the young emperor
2) What two decisions did
First, he gave Christianity legal standing
Constantine make that changed within the empire.
Unit #1 Byzantine Vocabulary
Picture (if an
in your own words)
A person that make
A person invested
MESOAMERICAN BALL GAME
Directions: Go to http:/interactiveknowledge.com/ballgame/main.php
Answer the following questions associated with the MesoAmerican Ballgame Website.
On the left, click on the first circle, Explore World. Read the information on this
1. What did each soldier carry with him? (look at the very beginning of the chapter)
2. How did the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand lead to WWI? Would
there have been a war if he was not killed?
3. How did alliances and nationalism lead to W
1. What was happening in the Church that made people want to change the
2. Why did Martin Luther break from the Church? What was the impact of this
3. How did Calvin continue the Reformation?
4. What was the response of the Church during th
Block 4 Journal Topics
3/27- Compare the federalists and anti-federalists present
during the ratification debates over the Constitution with
respect to their leadership/strategy, strengths/weaknesses,
and the outcome of their efforts.
3/28- The Louisiana
Renaissance/Reformation Chapter Homework Questions
Answer each question in a complete sentence and restate the question. Your
answers must be neatly written in INK or TYPED. No pencil. Use your
textbook, information from class, and/or additional research
Renaissance and Reformation
Italian artists and occupations
Church and state intertwined
The Age of Exploration
CHAPTER 17 REVIEW SHEET: Scientific Revolution and The
On a separate piece of paper, define all the key terms and people listed below.
The Scientific Revolution (17.1 PG 511-517)
1. Why might people believe their ruler was an intermediary between Heaven and Earth?
2. Why would sailors agree to voyage through unknown waters? Would you do it? Explain.
3. Why was a sea route to Asia important to the Europeans?
4. Why was Portugal abl
1. What was aerial combat between fighter aircraft called?
2. The best aircraft of WWI was created by the Germany army. What was the
name of this aircraft?
3. What was the only strategic piece of equipment of a WWI airplane?
4. What was the most effective
In substitution codes, the letters of the plaintext (message to be put into secret
form) are replaced by other letters, numbers, or symbols. In this code system, each
letter of the alphabet and each of the numbers from 1 to 9 appears in the matrix of
Charlemagne Unites Germanic Kingdoms
Invasions of Western Europe
A. Germanic invaders overran the western half of the
1. Disruption of Trade
a) Merchants faced invasions from both land and sea.
The breakdown of trade destroyed Europes cit