Daily Agenda: Roots and Fruits of Democracy Homecoming
Daily Agenda: Roots and Fruits of Democracy Homecoming Friday, October 17 Announcements: IT Calendars Due Tuesday If you missed IT yesterday, you may attend TODAY Today in Class: English Democracy Overview English Democracy and Enlightenment October 15-31st Points Date
Title Description of historical content Type of work 1) 10 October 15 Intro: English Democracy Text
Brainstorm Scan and list main points of Chapter 1, Section 5 about English Democracy 2) EC 10 10-15 Extra Credit: Chapter 1, Section 5 Take notes on this section (DUE WITH PACKET).
3) 10 10-16 Competition Houses of History: England video 4) 10
From Pre- Knights, warriors- provided by vassal, fought for lord Vassals- pledged loyalty to lords Lords- land owners King, highest point Feudal System An Elaborate Bartering System
From Feudalism to Democracy Houses of History: England Example movie clip notes 1. 1215: Magna Carta: too bossy, reign in power 2. 1430- 40 Shilling Franchise 3. Women get electoral powers 4. Henry the VIII leaves the palace 6. 1605- Gun Powder Plot 7. Tudor Dynasty/ Protestant Reformation 8. 1642- English Civil War
1647- King Charles Arrested 1649- King Beheaded Houses of History: England Example movie clip notes 9. Century of Revolution 1660- Return of the King 1707- Wales union with England 1801- Ireland Unifies with 10.Petition of Right 11.Long Parliament/ Women Rush on Parliament 12.Commonwealth 13.Charles II/King James II
Houses of History: England Example movie clip notes 13.Glorious Revolution/English Bill of Rights 14.Roman Catholic Church/ Great Schism 1054 15.Martin Luther 95 Theses 16.Protestant Reformation 17.Growth of the Roman Catholic Church 18.Protestant Reformation 19.Glorious Revolution 20.English Bill of Rights English Democracy Overview Topic 1
Magna Carta Due Process of Law Limited monarchy 2 Parliament What touches all, should be approved by all. 3 40 Shilling Franchise
4 Women Electoral Power 5 King Henry VIII 6 Gun Powder Plot 7 Tudor Dynasty
Protestant Reformation Power Point Speaker English Democracy Overview Topic 8 Century of Revolution James I Puritans Charles I
9 Petition of Right 10 Long Parliament 11 English Civil War 12 Charles I arrestedexecuted
13 Commonwealth 14 King Chales II, King James II Power Point Speaker English Democracy Overview Topic
15 Glorious Revolution English Bill of Rights 16 Spread of Roman Catholic Church 17 Great Schism 1054 18
Martin Luther and 95 Theses 19 Protestant Reformation Power Point Speaker English Democracy Overview Preview topics Identify personal strengths Tech Speaking
Create teams Duos Choose topic Take notes and identify facts about the topic Use list of facts to research and seek 3 websites to enhance your knowledge English Democracy Overview 5 Ws (and an H): Who, what, where, when, why, how 5 Whys: Why is this considered a building block of democracy in England?
PERSIANany other way to help you focus and discover information about your topic English Democracy Overview Power Point: Create 1-5 slide Power Point Speaker: Prepare and speak about topic (12 minutes, repeat) Power Point Assignment Create 1-5 Power Point slides Slides should be advertisement slides and should reflect the key details about your topic
Slides should be balanced with key phrases and picture support Slides should support the speaker in the presentation Any websites used, should be identified in the click to add notes section Speakers Assignment Prepare and speak about topic (1-2 minutes) The speech should be factual, entertaining, and captivating It should cover the most important and relevant information within the topic You should practice your speech and be able to speak without note cards. You may use the
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near you! Presented By Holly Shelton, Sara Jenkins, and Lindsey Wigham CONSUMERISM When:3/28-3/29 Where: FHS library POP CULTURE Feudalism From Pre-
Knights, warriors- provided by vassal, fought for lord Vassals- pledged loyalty to lords Lords- land owners King, highest point Feudal System An Elaborate Bartering System
King Henry I and His Sons P-William the Conqueror Battle of Hastings English Channel Henry II King John King John Tudor Dynasty
1485-1603Henry VIII and daughter, Elizabeth I E- knew importance of relationship w/Parliament Christians protested church practices Protestants Protestant reform King Henry VIII- broke from Roman Catholicformed Church of England protestant
Both died, E, w/out an heir Stuarts took over (also ruled Scotland) Protestant Reformation Friday, October 12th CN: Ch 1,5 English Democracy Main Topics Outline Growth of Royal Power (Pgs. 40-41) Evolving Traditions of Government (Pgs. 4243) English Civil War (Pgs. 44-45) Development of Democracy in Great Britain (44-45) Glorious Revolution (Pg. 46)
Growth of Royal Power (Pgs. 40-41) 400s- 800s:
Feudalism Monarchy Nobility Church Royal courts Royal justice Common law Jury Tax collecting Battles for the Crown 1066: Battle of Hastings Evolving Traditions of Government (Pgs. 42-43)
1215: Magna Carta Due process of law Limited power of monarch 1200s: Parliament- parler means to talk What touches all, should be
approved by all. Model Parliament: Englands legislature 1337-1453: 100 Years War changed England politically Power struggle between parliament and the monarch Power of the Purse 1485-1603: Tudor Dynasty Religious reform movement Protestant Reformation- split of the church 1603: Queen Elizabeth dies Stuarts of Scotland take over
Century of Revolution James I ruled as an absolute monarch Rejected Puritan ideas to purify the church practices Evolving Traditions of Government (Pgs. 42-43) 1611 and 1614: James I dissolved parliament James Is son, Charles I takes over 1628: Needed money 1628: Charles I forced to sign the Petition of Right
Banished imprisonment without just cause Agreed, got the money, dissolved parliament the next year English Civil War (Pgs. 44-45- Top) 1640-1653: The Long Parliament Crown cannot dissolve Parliament Charles sent troops to arrest officials They escaped 1642-1649: English Civil War
Oliver Cromwell- skilled general backed by the Puritan clergy, land owners, and manufactures 1640-1653: The Long Parliament Crown cannot dissolve Parliament Charles sent troops to arrest officials They escaped 1642-1649: English Civil War Oliver Cromwell- skilled general backed by the Puritan
clergy, land owners, and manufactures English Civil War (Pgs. 44-45) Charles vs Oliver Cromwell Cromwells troops defeated the monarch 1647: Charles arrested Convicted as a tyrant, traitor, murderer, and public enemy. Charles I executed Parliament declared England a republic known as a Commonwealth Puritans rule of saints
Threats lead to military rule Catholics were banished Puritans imposed the rule of saints Restricted certain forms of entertainment Glorious Revolution (Pg. 46) 1658: Cromwell died Many were tired of military rule and Puritan ways of purifying the church 1660: Parliament restored King Charles II reluctantly
accepted Petition of Right 1685: James II lacked good sense and suspended laws at a whim and flaunted his Catholic faith Protestants feared he would restore the Roman Catholic Church 1688: Parliament appointed William and Mary to lead 1688: Glorious Revolution: bloodless overthrow
Glorious Revolution (Pg. 46) 1689: English Bill of Rights parliaments had power over monarch barred any Catholic from sitting on the throne restated jury trial as procedure abolished high taxes and cruel or unjust punishment habeas corpus (cant be held in prison, without being charged for a crime Established limited
monarchy- a constitution or legislative body regulates the monarchs powers Overview of English Democracy Ch 1, 5
Democratic principles from Dark Ages Cultural and economic decay Decline of Roman Empire Dark versus light Though it was though not much accomplished, may have been mis-labeled: Middle Ages Medieval Times Spread of Roman Catholic Church- 300-forward
Influenced art, culture, politics, economy, etc. Schism 1054 1517- Martin Luther 95 Theses Describes key points of Catholicism and sale of indulgences Protestant Reformation 16th and 17th Centuries King Henry VIII Age of Enlightenment Age of Reason Age of Scientific Discovery Age of Exploration Renaissance
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