Presentation on theme: "The English Reformation Jared Peet. Warm Up Make a list of 4 changed positions or re- affirmed positions the Catholic Church made during the Counter-Reformation."— Presentation transcript:
Warm Up Make a list of 4 changed positions or re- affirmed positions the Catholic Church made during the Counter-Reformation. – For each point, state what problem the position was addressing – After making the list, write down whether you think the Catholic Church’s position was effective in stopping the Protestant Reformation
The lines between Protestant and Catholic areas were sharply drawn by 1600. Protestant: England Scotland Scandinavia northern Germany Catholic: Italy France Spain Ireland southern Germany
The Catholic Church tried to prevent the spread of Protestant ideas by reviving the Inquisition. The Church also published the Index, a list of books Catholics were forbidden to read.
In sum... The Counter-Reformation did not stop the spread of Protestantism, nor re-claim any lost followers It did reform, reorganize and re-energize the Church – Catholicism would continue to grow with the Spanish exploration of the Americas and the missionary work of the Jesuits
Thesis Workshop Historical evidence is rarely absolute Counter-examples will and do exist Your job as a historian is to make judgments based on the majority of evidence Try to anticipate counter-arguments – Example claim: All 9 th graders are wonderful kids. – Counter-Argument: Jimmy is a 9 th grader who stole a car – Revised claim: While one 9 th grader did steal a car, the vast majority of 9 th graders are wonderful kids.
Brainstorm With your partner, think of some reasons that would support the following claims: – The Counter-Reformation was effective in counteracting the Protestant Reformation – The Counter-Reformation was ineffective in counteracting the Protestant Reformation
Let’s Practice Take out your Warm Up “While [counter- example], the Counter- Reformation was effective/ineffective because [one claim]” For counter-example – hold up palm For claim – point your finger
Draft Intro Paragraph Instructions Create a document in Google Drive entitled: “Last Name – Draft Counter-Reformation” Write a thesis that answers the essential question: “How effective was the Counter- Reformation in counteracting the Protestant Reformation?” Once you’ve written your thesis, begin writing your intro paragraph Hint Your thesis must include a counter-claim, assess the effectiveness of the Counter-Reformation and then give 3 reasons why you have taken this position
The English Reformation Instructions Go to the HW Resources folder on Moodle and open the document “Chapter 15” Read pg. 453-454 Answer the guiding questions Questions Why did Henry VIII want his marriage to Catherine of Aragon annulled? Why did the pope reject Henry’s request for annulment? What was the Act of Supremacy? When was it passed? Why was it significant? What was the Supremacy Act of 1559?
Reading Debrief Why did Henry VIII want his marriage to Catherine of Aragon annulled? – She had not produced a male heir to the throne Why did the pope reject Henry’s request for annulment? – Catherine and her nephew, HRE Charles V, opposed it What was the Act of Supremacy? When was it passed? Why was it significant? – Made all English citizens recognize Henry VIII as the head of the Church of England; 1534; Officially broke England from Rome What was the Supremacy Act of 1559? – Re-established separation of Church of England from Rome
3-2-1 Exit Ticket List THREE changes made during the Counter- Reformation Write down TWO people who played a major role in the English Reformation Write ONE question you still have about this unit