Students review the people, ideas, and key terms from the Reformation and the Renaissance by mixing and matching 33 terms to their images and identifications, answering 9 review questions, and completing a creative task. Students create their own images for 5 terms (a written example is included). This includes a page of teacher instructions and the answers where appropriate.
Sample questions include:
--What type of revolution did the printing press lead to and how?
--Identify and explain 3 issues Luther had with the Catholic Church and describe the main tenets of his soon to be Protestantism.
--Was the Inquisition a success? Why or why not? Identify the point of view you take when you answer this question.
--Provide an example of vernacular.
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