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This is a great condensed version of important definitions and figures during the Protestant Reformation. One page contains the background history of church corruption and early reformers. The second page can be used by itself or in addition to page one. It has condensed key facts of the Protestant Reformation and Counter Reformation. Key reformers including Martin Luther, John Calvin, King Henry VII and William Tyndale are all outlined as well as the Council of Trent and the 30 years war.
This product also comes in a Google Ready fill-able graphic organizer version for Google Classroom! Text boxes are ready for students to type!
⭐For further extension try the Reformation foldable also posted.
Consider the Protestant Reformation Notes and Activity Bundle posted for and tons of other activity options at
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