Lesson – Perspectives on the Crusades

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January 30, 2018 by mrcaseyhistory

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Quaestio: How can understanding different perspectives during the Crusades help us to determine whether we should see them as just or as successful?

Classwork:
Crusades Plickers
The Crusades- Examining Perspectives
Wars That Changed The World

Homework Day 1:
Crusades VBQ
Wars That Changed The World

Homework Day 2:
Late Medieval Cultural Revival DBQ

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