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The Tudors Lesson Objectives Find out what was the Great Plague. Find out what caused the Great Plague. Find out how it affected life in Britain.
What do I know about the Great Plague ?
What was the Great Plague ? The plague was a ghastly disease. It began in May 1665, where 45 people died. By 1736, people had died 15 % of the population was wiped out. It took 4 – 6 days.
Symptoms High temperature HeadacheSickness Muscular pain Black lumps appear where the flea bit the lumps The lumps spread to the legs Spots, like bruises, appear all over the body
It was spread by infected fleas on rats. How ?
Who do you think this is ?
By: Sadiya Fatima.. The black death: The black death is a type of flu that spreads. People get high fever and then they die in 1 or 2 weak, they also.
E. Napp The Troubled Fourteenth Century In this lesson, students will be able to define the following terms: Bubonic Plague “Black Death” Effects of the.
In Western Europe, it all started with fleas on rats. Sometimes a disease changes everything.
The Black Death. “Black Death”, otherwise known as the “Great Mortality”, or simply “The Plague”,Great Mortality Black Death's sweep through Europe.
Where it Began The infection started in fleas on rats in China. Since China is a big trading nation, it quickly spread to Western Asia and Europe.
“People ate lunch with their friends and dinner with their ancestors in paradise.” -Richard Wellington, London, 1352.
Trouble in Asia A mysterious illness first appears on the Mongolian Steppe in the 1340’s It is lethal and rapid in its spread, wiping out entire villages.
The Black Death A 14th Century Pandemic. What was the Black Death? Also known as the plague Also known as the plague Two types of plague Two types of.
BY: JENNIFER SUE LEE. Symptoms Symptoms of the Black Plague are terrifying and painful. Some of these symptoms include: Swellings [buboes] near the.
The Black Death. Bubonic Plague The plague is caused by the bacterium Yersinia pestis Millions of people in Europe died from the plague in the Middle.
How It Spreads Black death bacteria Bacteria in fleas Passed on to humans through bites DEATH!!!
By : Isaac Okyere. Black Death originated in Central Asia and then spread to Europe.
The Black Death. You must know! 1.What is the “Black Death”? 2.What caused the Black Death? 3.What were the consequences?
The Black Death. Key questions The answers to these 3 questions will help you for this homework; 1.What is the “Black Death”? 2.What caused the Black.
The Plague Samantha Villasana. The Start The plague did not spread once, but many times over centuries. The plague also referred to as as the Black Death.
What was the Black Death? Also called the Bubonic Plague It was a bad disease that spread really fast and killed between 25% and 50% of Europe's population.
began 6 days of being infected by bacteria. early symptoms included: fever, headache, chills, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea, decreased.
In the time period of the Middle ages a horrible plague appeared in Europe. This plague would kill half of the population of Europe.
The Black Death How the Plague Arrived Estimated to be some time during the summer of 1348 in Europe. By the fall it spread throughout the.
In the Early 1100’s the population of Europe Grew Rapidly. Many peasants fled to the city in hopes of freedom. Cities became overcrowded, disgusting,
The Black Plague Also know as the Black Death. We now know that the most common form of the Black Death was the Bubonic Plague (still exists today, but.
The Bubonic Plague! By Erik Tye And Colton Martin.
Effects of the Bubonic Plague. Facts Bubonic Plague/Black Death Bubonic Plague/Black Death No cure at the time, lumps on glands, black spots all over.
TSWBAT explain the life in Medieval Towns, describe the black plague and the impact on the people and their beliefs Warm up: Who knows/ heard of Sars?
Tony Bello Colman Bailey 1.Bacterial Infection 2.Usually Found in Vermin, Through Fleas Humans and Other Animals Can Get Infected.
1 Bubonic Plague (Black Death) World History "ate lunch with their friends and dinner with their ancestors in paradise."
There are 3 questions that will be asked during the course of the lesson; 1.What is the “Black Death”? 2.What caused the Black Death? 3.What were the.
The Black Death. Ring around the rosy Pocket full of posies Ashes, ashes! We all fall down!
The Bubonic Plague Aka the Black Death. What is the Bubonic plague? It is a disease created by a bacteria. The bacteria is transmitted through fleas.
Starter – Fill in the starter sheet, work in pairs if you wish.
The disease was transmitted by fleas on rats and other animals. The Black Death was air bound, you can get it from a infected persons breath. Everyone.
The Black Death Plague Strikes Europe. What is the Black Death? There were 2 forms of the plague however, bubonic was the most common. Most people now.
The Black Plague. How the Plague Started The disease can be traced back to Asia. Traders traveled along sea routes (through the Black sea) and the.
Fever of 101 to 105 Freckle like spots and rashes Painful aching of the joints Vomiting and nausea.
What were the causes of the Black Death?. What was the Black Death? Oh God, what terrible disease has arrived at my village? We are all sick with swellings.
The Black Death. Key questions There are 3 questions that will be asked during the course of the lesson; 1.What is the “Black Death”? 2.What caused the.
The Black Death of the Middle Ages The Bubonic Plague Lesson 11-6 Horrible Histories – Perilous Plague 25 m DS Video – The Bubonic Plague 7m Activity Worksheet.
The Black Plague:. Ring around the Rosie Pocket full of Posies Ashes to Ashes We all fall down…
The Black Death Dead littered the streets everywhere. Cattle and livestock roamed the country unattended. Brother deserted brother.
Black Death Aim/Goal : Why is the Bubonic Plague (Black Death) a turning point in history? ( ) Do Now:The United States as well as other countries.
Do now: copy Black Plague Vocabulary into your notebooks.
Black Death aka the Plague. History & General Facts Originated in Black rats, originally from Asia. Transmitted from rats to humans through fleas. Entered.
.. The Black Death was one of the most devastating pandemics in human history.
CHANGES IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY BY PHIN IKAHIHIFO. THE BLACK PLAGUE.
The Black Death Honors World Studies Unit 8. Bell Ringer Tear & Share Ring Around the Rosie Pocket Full of Posies Ashes, Ashes We All Fall Down What does.
The Black Death By: Antoun Keirouz. What is the Black Death? The Black death is an epidemic of infectious diseases which spread across parts of Asia and.
THE BLACK DEATH “Brother abandoned brother, and the uncle his nephew, and the sister her brother.” – Eyewitness Account.
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