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Warm up Copy HW Please grab a review sheet from the front desk Please clear your desk except for the following items… 1.Review HW 2. New review sheet 3. Pencil 4. A writing utensil that is a different color (blue pen, colored pencil, thin marker)
Essential Questions How does religion impact social and political institutions? What happens when different cultures interact with each other? How do societies stabilize in the face of adversity? What can we learn from past societies? How has people’s relationship with their governments changed over time?
Review Activity Instructions You will be given four minutes to complete each section of the review guide. After the time is up, you will have five minutes to ask questions. While I am reviewing the answers you should use a different color writing utensil to add facts and details you may have missed. This will allow you to focus in on the informational that is most critical for you to study tonight!
East meets West The Mongols conquered China in the 13 th century and the Yang dynasty became a “Golden Age” for China. The Mongols created a new capital, Beijing. The merchants of Asia became wealthy trading products along the Silk Road. The Mongol culture was much different from the Chinese, so they ruled but didn’t mix with the Chinese people. Kublai Khan, a great Mongol ruler became friends with the Italian trader and explorer, Marco Polo. Marco Polo was one of many individuals who spread products, ideas and religion along the Silk Road. Unfortunately, their was another item transported from Asia to Europe in the mid-fourteenth century…The Black Death. The plague began in the Gobi Desert and spread through flies on rats. The Plague ended up killing nearly 1/3 of Europe’s population.
The Code of Chivalry 1. Thou shalt believe all that the church teaches and shall obey all her commandments. 2. Thou shalt defend the church with thine best. 3. Thou shalt respect all weaknesses. 4. Thou shalt love the country in which thou was born. 5. Thou shalt not recoil before thine enemy. 6. Thou shalt make war against the infidel without cessation and without mercy. 7. Thou shalt perform scrupulously thy feudal duties, if they be not contrary to the laws of God. 8. Thou shalt never lie, and shalt remain faithful to thy pledged word. 9. Thou shalt be generous. 10. Thou shalt be everywhere and always the champion of the Right against injustice and evil.
KISS: The Code of Chivalry 1. Believe the Church's teachings and observe all the Church's directions. 2. Defend the Church. 3. Respect and defend all weaknesses. 4. Love your country. 5. Don’t retreat! 6. Make war with those of other religions. 7. Obey your lord unless he goes against the laws of God. 8. Never lie or go back on one's word. 9. Be generous to everyone. 10. Do what is right and fair.
Closure 1. I am available at lunch today 2. I am available at resource today 3. Please bring in both of your review guides tomorrow 4. ANY FINAL QUESTIONS!!!!!!!!