Martin Luther, the Reformation, and Create Your Own 95 Theses Worksheet

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5th - 9th
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This fun, short warm up or concluding activity reviews what the 95 Theses were and why Martin Luther created them and posted them to his church door.

It then presents a similar "Teacher's Theses" with humorous complaints a teacher might have about your school. Students then create their own theses with complaints they have about to school to help make a connection to Martin Luther's purpose for writing and posting the 95 Theses.

This is a very fun activity to review the "teacher's complaints" and have students share their complaints about school. It always makes for a fun transition to starting the Protestant Reformation in my class!

For an excellent companion activity, see this Protestant Revolution Pop Up Notes & Lesson Plan which reviews Martin Luther and other major Protestant reformers.!

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30 minutes
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