Late Middle Ages Bundle

Late Middle Ages Bundle
Late Middle Ages Bundle
Late Middle Ages Bundle
Late Middle Ages Bundle
Late Middle Ages Bundle
Late Middle Ages Bundle
Late Middle Ages Bundle
Late Middle Ages Bundle
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  1. This dynamic presentation on Gothic Art and Architecture provides visuals, video links, guided notes, and reflection questions to keep your students engaged for the entire lesson. Illuminate your students on the beauty of the Gothic Cathedrals!This presentations examines the following topics:♦ Evolv
  2. This dynamic presentation on the Scottish Wars of Independence provides visuals, guided notes, and reflection questions to keep your students engaged for the entire lesson. Discover the story that inspired a nation.The Scottish Wars of Independence was a seminal event for Scotland in which the count
  3. This dynamic presentation on the Hundred Years War of provides visuals, guided notes, and reflection questions to keep your students engaged for the entire lesson. Discover the war that shaped England and France.France and England's epic struggle which lasted over a century profoundly influenced tho
  4. This dynamic presentation on the weakening of the Catholic Church during the Late Middle Ages provides visuals, guided notes, and reflection questions to keep your students engaged for the entire lesson. Your students will understand the power the Church had on medieval society.During the Late Middl
  5. These video worksheets are designed to be a companion for the documentary The Plague produced by the History Channel. These worksheets also include a facts sheet for students to refer to during the video or for later study.The documentary is 90 minutes long and takes me 2 hours to complete when I pa
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Buy all four Late Middle Ages presentations and save. These dynamic presentations on the Late Middle Ages provide visuals, video links, guided notes, and reflection questions to keep your students engaged for the entire lesson.

Lesson 1: Gothic Art and Architecture

This lesson on Gothic Art and Architecture provides visuals, video links, guided notes, and reflection questions to keep your students engaged for the entire lesson. Illuminate your students on the beauty of the Gothic Cathedrals!

This presentations examines the following topics:

♦ Evolving art forms of the Middle Ages

♦ Art in the Late Middle Ages

♦ Examples of various mediums of Gothic Art

♦ Brief background on Romanesque architecture

♦ Development of Gothic architecture

♦ Characteristics of Gothic architecture

♦ Importance of stained glass windows to religious instruction

♦ Gargoyles

♦ Examples of Gothic cathedrals

Lesson 2: Scottish Wars of Independence

The Scottish Wars of Independence was a seminal event for Scotland in which the country truly gained a sense of itself not as a kingdom but as a nation. Explore the first embers of nationalism with this fascinating story about Scotland in the Middle Ages.

Topics covered include:

♦ The effect of mythology on nationalism

♦ The ethnic breakdown of Scotland in the Dark Ages

♦ Kenneth MacAlpin and his descendants

♦ History of Overlordship of England

♦ Alexander II and the expansion of Scotland

♦ Edward I and his conquering of Scotland

♦ William Wallace

♦ Battles of the Scottish Wars of Independence

♦ Robert the Bruce

♦ Declaration of Arbroath

Lesson 3: The Hundred Years War

France and England's epic struggle which lasted over a century profoundly influenced those two kingdoms. By the end, a strong sense of nationalism had emerged in those countries along with symbols and heroes of national pride.

Topics covered include:

♦ The reasons for the outbreak of war

♦ Succession Crisis

♦ Strengths and weaknesses of both sides

♦ The importance of feudal knights to France

♦ The significant battles and their ramifications

♦ Creation of national symbols

♦ Henry V

♦ The Burgundians

♦ Joan of Arc

♦ Evolution of gunpowder on the battlefield

♦ Emergence of national armies and decline of feudalism

Lesson 4: Weakening of the Church in the Late Middle Ages

During the Late Middle Ages the Catholic Church was diminished in influence and power across Europe. This was a result of a series of factors including internal corruption and scandals as well as conflicts with powerful monarchs of Europe.

Topics covered in this presentation include:

♦ Boniface VIII and his conflicts with Philip IV of France

♦ The Avignon Papacy

♦ Suppression of the Knights Templar

♦ The Western Schism

♦ Dualing Papacies

♦ Councils of Pisa and Constance

♦ Heresy

♦ The Inquisition

♦ The Spanish Inquisition

Bonus Video Guide: The Black Plague

These video worksheets are designed to be a companion for the documentary The Plague produced by the History Channel. This documentary can often be found on Youtube. It is currently here:

The Black Plague

These worksheets also include a facts sheet for students to refer to during the video or for later study.

The documentary is 90 minutes long and takes me 2 hours to complete when I pause to discuss and explain some of the questions the students are tasked with answering.

Check out the entire Middle Ages series!

Lesson 1: Introduction to the Middles Ages Free!

The Early Middle Ages

Lesson 2: The Franks

Lesson 3: Anglo-Saxon England

Lesson 4: The Vikings

Lesson 5: Rise of Islam

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The High Middle Ages

Lesson 6: The Feudal System

Lesson 7: The Church in the Middle Ages

Lesson 8: The Normans

Lesson 9: The Crusades

High Middle Ages Bundle Save 25%

The Late Middle Ages

Lesson 10: Gothic Art and Architecture

Lesson 11: Scottish Wars of Independence

Lesson 12: The Hundred Years War

Lesson 13: Weakening of the Church in the Late Middle Ages

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Corresponding Movie Guides

The Dark Ages

Islam Empire of Faith Part 2

The Black Plague

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