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Medieval History Homework
*Dates are the due dates*
*Please take reading notes daily* Quarter Four ***Spring Break extended - keep checking back for updates or supplemental reading if you are interested***
Week Nine March 2: 266-268 March 3: 268-269 March 4: 269-272 March 5: 272- end of the ch.
Week Eight Feb 24: Study Feb 25: Read Courtly Love Feb 26: Exam Feb 27: 263-266 Feb 28: None
Week Seven Feb 18: R & R Feb 19: Explain the differences between Romanesque and Gothic architecture using 4 architectural elements Feb 20: 259-261 Feb 21: absent
Week Six Feb 10: 252-254 Feb 11: None Feb 12: 254-255 Feb 13: 255-256
Week Five Feb 2: In about 5 sentences, explain if the Crusades were successful or not. Use textual evidence to support your claim. Feb 3-Feb 6: Study Test on Feb 6th
Feb 7: 250-252
Week Four Jan 27: All prior sub work Jan 28: Study for Quiz Thursday Jan 29: Study for Quiz Thursday Jan 30: Study for Quiz Thursday Jan 31: None
Week Three Jan 21: Read and annotate the Concordant of Worms Jan 22: 238-241 Jan 23: 241-244 Jan 24: All prior sub work and reading if not completed
Week Two Jan 13: 232-235 Jan 14: 235-238 Jan 16: None Week One
Jan 7th: 229-231 Jan 8th: 231-232 Jan 9th: None Jan 10th: in two paragraphs explain hereditary rule using an example
Week Ten Dec 16: Three responses from the study guide Study until mid-term
Week Nine Dec 9th: 221-224 Dec 10th: 224-226 Dec 11th: Page 245 #2 Week Eight November 3rd: Finish Ch. 7 November 4th: None November 5th: 216-218 November 6th: 218-221 Quiz Wednesday Nov 11th
Week Seven November 25 & 26: Prep for essay November 27: 205-207 Thanksgiving Break - R&R Week Six November 18: through 221 November 19: through 250 November 20: 251-264 November 21: 265-276 November 22: 277-end Week Five November 12: through 168 November 13: through 187 November 14: through 203
Week Four November 4th: 91-125 (time in class Friday provided) November 5: 126-134 November 6: 135-142 November 7: 143-151 November 8: Quiz Today- study
Week Three Oct 29: 79-86 (P4 prep for Character Quiz) Oct 30: 87-90 Oct 31 and Nov 1: None
Week Two The Song of Roland (TSOR) Oct 21: stanza 1-15 Oct 22: 16-29 Oct 23: What examples of the code of chivalry has been broken? Prep for a discussion. Oct 24: 30-43 Oct 25: 44-54 Oct 26: 55-78
Week One October 15 (P4)/16 (P6): 196-199 and Find The Song of Roland October 17 (P4)/18 (P6): 199-205 skip Three Empires and an Elephant October 18: Study
Week Nine September 30: None October 1: 184-186 October 2: 187-188 October 3: 188-189 (finish section on Islam) October 4th: Study for Quiz
Week Eight September 23: Study September 24: Study (test day) September 25: 182-184 stop before the expansion of Islam September 26: None! September 27: Koran Handout
Week Seven September 17: Boethius Consolation of Philosophy response. September 18: 174-177 stop at The Church and Classical Learning September 19: 177-end September 20: Describe the impact of medieval monasteries and nunneries on the people of western medieval Europe. Two paragraphs.
Week Six September 9th: 169-170 September 10th: 170-172 September 11th: Study (Test Day)Note: Clovis, Charles Martel, The Battle of Tours will be moved to the next test September 12: 172-173 (Start at The Expansion of the Church and finish page 173) September 14: None
September 3rd: R&R None
September 4th: Personality Assessment (none in Med. History)
September 5th: 166-169
Week Four August 26th: 163-164 stop before The New Political Structure August 27th: Two Paragraphs on Questions for Further Thought #2 (page 178, end of chapter 6)
August 28th: Pages 164-166 stop before the Codex. Quiz today on pages 158-164 (Germanic Tribes) August 29th: Justinian and Theodora images August 30th: None
Week Three August 19th: Study for exam 8/21. Focus on the map of the Roman Empire and the Tetrarchs
August 20th: Study for exam 8/21. Focus on terms on the study guide.
August 21st: Study for exam 8/21. Focus on important people on the study guide.
August 22nd: 158-160 stop before "Germanic Tribes..."
August 23rd: 160-163 stop before German and Romans
Week Two August 13th: 143-146 stop before Female Martyrs
(First test 8/21)
August 14th: 146-149 stop before The Fathers of the Church
August 15th: 149-end of chapter
August 16th: Page 153 (Question for further thought). Answer in two paragraphs. Please be detailed.
Week One August 8th: 134-136 - The Late Roman Empire to The Fall of Rome
August 9th: 136-139 - The Fall of Rome to Christianity and its Early Rivals and prepare for a discussion about The "Fall of Rome"
August 12th: 139-143 stop before The Origins of Christianity