AP European History — 2015-2016:

Cyclical Syllabus

Cycle 4 – Protestant Reformation and Wars of Religion (Oct. 6–16)

Day #1
(A/B)

In-Class:

  1. Do Now: Practice SAQ on Foundations of Protestant Reformation (to be posted in class; write responses in notebook)
  2. Brief Lecture: Foundations of the Protestant Reformation
  3. Discuss/review Catholicism vs. Sects of Protestantism chart (info through pp. 399)

Homework:

FOR 3RD PERIOD ONLY: 

  1. AR pp. 399-404 (starting with “The Appeal of Protestant Ideas” and stopping before “The Reformation and German Politics”) AND the material on Calvin on pp. 410-413 in McKay, Ch. 13.
  2. AR handout on sects of Protestantism → Zwingli, Anabaptism, Calvin (FYI: you can skim the page on Calvin, given that you read this material in McKay).
  1. Continue working on Catholicism vs. Sects of Protestantism chart using the information from both of these readings.

Enjoy Fall Break, 4th and 7th Periods!

Day #2

(B/C)

In-Class:

  1. Do Now: Watch and take notes on SmartHistory Varieties of Protestantism video with goal of adding additional information to our comparison charts.
  2. Continue work on Catholicism vs. Sects of Protestantism chart drawing on evidence from video clip, handout on sects of Protestantism → Zwingli, Anabaptism, Calvin.
  3. (time permitting): Practice MC ?s from Learnerator on the Protestant Reformation (specific questions to practice TBA in class).

Homework:

FOR 4TH and 7TH PERIODS ONLY:

  1. AR pp. 399-404 (starting with “The Appeal of Protestant Ideas” and stopping before “The Reformation and German Politics”) AND the material on Calvin on pp. 410-413 in McKay, Ch. 13.
  2. AR handout on sects of Protestantism → Zwingli, Anabaptism, Calvin (FYI: you can skim the page on Calvin, given that you read this material in McKay).
  1. Continue working on Catholicism vs. Sects of Protestantism chart using the information from both of these readings.

Enjoy Fall Break, 3rd Period!

Day #3

(D/F)

3rd & 4th Pers. – Tues., Oct. 13


7th Per. – Thurs., Oct. 15

In-Class:

  1. Do Now: (time permitting): Write a brief ¶ response in notebook → “To what extent were the 16th c. conflicts in the Holy Roman Empire, England, and France driven by the same factors?”
  2. Lecture: Habsburgs and 16th c. Wars of Religion
  1. Outline for the Lecture

Homework:

  1. Review ch. sections on Religious Wars:
  1. pp. 404-410 (from “The Reformation and German Politics” to “The Spread of Protestant Ideas” and section on Anglicanism)
  2. pp. 417-420 (from “Religious Violence” to “The Great European Witch Hunt”)
  1. AR pp. 420-422 (from “The Great European Witch Hunt” to the end of the chapter) in McKay.
  2. AR excerpt from Kagan textbook, pp. 228-230, 232, on witch hunts in Early Modern Europe.

Day #4
(E/F)

NO CLASS MEETING TODAY — PSAT and HALF-DAY OF SERVICE

Day #5

(G)

In-Class:

  1. Do Now: Get group assignments for Protestant Reformation Roundtable activity and pick up handout on this assignment.
  2. Watch screencast explanation of assignment; read through assignment handout; discuss clarification questions and email questions to Mr. Kogan if necessary.
  3. Conduct independent/small-group work in preparation for roundtable debate.

STRONG RECOMMENDATION:

To cover material about the Catholic Counter-Reformation (which will be essential for the Jesuits), watch and take notes on Catholic Counter-Reformation (start at :36). As you watch the video, pay attention to and take notes on the following:

  1. Role of art in the CCR
  2. The Council of Trent
  3. St. Ignatius Loyola & the Jesuits

Group Assignments:

3rd Per.

4th Per.

7th Per.

Lutherans

SB, GL

SR

EF, AZ

Jesuits

MK, GR

BK, SC

MS

Anabaptists/Zwinglians

SH, JD

JW

JS, SD

Calvinists

PH, LD

LB, YS

JD, NE

Anglicans

KF

ER

IB, MB

Homework:

  1. Finish preparation for and complete any selected outside readings for the Protestant Reformation Roundtable activity → C5, D1.
  1. Make sure to bring in outline/list of points you plan to make during the discussion. This item is #5 on the assignment sheet and counts as a Class Assignment grade.

Supplemental Resources:

Images:

Branches of Protestantism