Monthly Archives: January 2015

  1. Lesson – The Role of the Medieval Church

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    January 12, 2015 by mrcaseyhistory

    Quaestio: What roles did the Church play in Medieval life? PowerPoint: The Role of the Medieval Church Classwork: The Power of the …
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  2. Rewriting the DBQ & Thematic Essays

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    January 9, 2015 by mrcaseyhistory

    Salvete my little scribes! Today in class I returned to you your already-graded Unit 3 Thematic Essays, covered in my …
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  3. Lesson – European Feudalism

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    January 7, 2015 by mrcaseyhistory

    Quaestio: What role did war and defense play in the development of Feudalism? PowerPoint: European Feudalism Classwork: The World of Feudalism Feudalism …
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  4. Lesson – Viking Invasion

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    January 6, 2015 by mrcaseyhistory

    Quaestio: How did the Vikings change Medieval Europe? PowerPoint: Viking Invasion Classwork: Vikings Terror of Europe Vikings Terror of Europe ALT Homework: …
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  5. Lesson – Medieval Europe and the Franks

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    January 5, 2015 by mrcaseyhistory

    Quaestio: How did the culture of Medieval Europe exhibit Germanic, Christian, and Roman influence? PowerPoint: Medieval Europe and the Franks Classwork: Medieval …
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Aristotle vs Pericles on the Best Form of Government. Both were men of Athens, a philosopher and a politician, with very different views. Let us also remember that Democratic Pericles led the Athenians in the Peloponnesian War to defend their exploitation of the Delian League, and Aristotle, advocate of the idealized Philosopher King who tutored Alexander the Great, who did not perhaps live up to that ideal. Who do you think was closer to the right position? . Copyright Peter Casey aka @globalkhan
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Helpful map showing the resettlement of Israelites (Northern Kingdom) by the Assyrians and the Jews (Israelites specifically from the Southern Kingdom of Judah) by the Neo-Babylonians (aka Chaldeans). These removals by the two Mesopotamian empires created early disapproval communities of Israelites/Jews, though later in history, additional expulsions from their homeland would lead to an even wider Jewish Diaspora, such as after the Roman destruction of Jerusalem, the Spanish expulsion in 1492, and various other expulsions in Europe and elsewhere over the centuries. And yet, amazingly, the Jewish people continue to retain an independent cultural identity even after thousands of years.

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