Presentation on theme: "Aim: What impact did the Black Plague have on the world?"— Presentation transcript:
1Aim: What impact did the Black Plague have on the world? Do now: copy Black Plague Vocabulary into your notebooks
2Black Plague Vocabulary Bubonic plague AKA Black Death – a contagious disease that devastated the world in the 1300sEpidemic – an outbreak of a disease that spreads quickly & affects a large number of people
3The Plague in the Middle Ages Origins ofthe “Black Death”Spread ofthe PlagueEffects of1 – In the 1300s, a mysterious & deadly disease arrived from Central Asia & rapidly spread to Europe & Africa1 – Rats, carrying fleas infected with the bubonic plague, migrated to crowded Medieval towns where the disease quickly spread.2 – Increased trade in the late Middle Ages helped spread the plague with greater speed.1 – Millions of people died throughout Europe, Asia & Africa. Some estimates place the death toll as high as 1/3rd of Europe’s total population.2 – Lack of adequate farmers, due to death by disease, leads to food shortages & the deaths of millions more people even after the plague ends.
4Task #1 Read the paragraphs & examine the map Answer questions 1 – 4 in your notebooks using FULL SENTENCES
5Task # 2Each member of the group will read about the effects of the plagueUse the underlined or highlighted information to fill out the graphic organizerSummarize each using 10 words or less for each
6The Effects of the Black Plague Population LossesEconomic DeclineSocial& Political ChangeConfusion& Disorder
7F.S.Q.Which effect of the Black Plague do you feel has had the largest impact on global history?-give 2 reasons that support your choice