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  1. Magna Carta, 1215
  2. The Reign of King John
  3. Optic O = Observation P = Parts T = Title I = Interrelationships CR = Constructed Response
  4. Optic O = Observation write down a few notes on what the visual appears to be about.
  5. Optic P = Parts zero in on the parts of the visual. Write down any elements or details that seem important.
  6. Optic T = Title What do you think is the meaning of the title? Are there any words or phrases that seem important?
  7. Optic I = Interrelationships use theTITLE, any words or phrases as the theory and thePARTS of the visual as clues to state the interrelationships (connects) in the graphic.
  8. The Reign of King John
  9. Optic CR = Constructed Response Why might free Englishmen create a document to limit the power of the King? Use one piece of evidence from the image to support your answer.
  10. Optic CR = Constructed Response Why might free Englishmen create a document to limit the power of the King? Use one piece of evidence from the image to support your answer. ________. According to _______, “________.” Pink = stating the source Green = brief statement in your own words that answers the question and connects to your supporting evidence Yellow = evidence from the text to support your idea.
  11. Why might free Englishmen create a document to limit the power of the king? Use one piece of evidence from the image to support your answer. Free Englishmen would want to limit the power of the king because he was violating basic rights of individuals. According to image, King John appears to have ordered men to be killed. Pink = stating the source Green = brief statement in your own words that answers the question and connects to your supporting evidence Yellow = evidence from the text to support your idea.
  12. Magna Carta, 1215
  13. Magna Carta, 1215 1.) Which of the following statements are examples of how the Magna Carta limited the power of the king? (Check all that apply) A.) The demands of the Magna Carta marked a significant turning point in European history. B.) The king or his officials could not seize a landowner’s property. C.) Free landowners could not be put on trial without witnesses. D.) The rights listed in the Magna Carta were not just limited to English landowners. E.) Only a jury of their peers could legally punish landholders. F.) Taxes could not be imposed unless a council of prominent men agreed.
  14. Magna Carta, 1215 1.) Which of the following statements are examples of how the Magna Carta limited the power of the king? (Check all that apply) A.) The demands of the Magna Carta marked a significant turning point in European history. B.) The king or his officials could not seize a landowner’s property. C.) Free landowners could not be put on trial without witnesses. D.) The rights listed in the Magna Carta were not just limited to English landowners. E.) Only a jury of their peers could legally punish landholders. F.) Taxes could not be imposed unless a council of prominent men agreed. Pair-Share
  15. Magna Carta, 1215 1.) Which of the following statements are examples of how the Magna Carta limited the power of the king? (Check all that apply) A.) The demands of the Magna Carta marked a significant turning point in European history. B.) The king or his officials could not seize a landowner’s property. C.) Free landowners could not be put on trial without witnesses. D.) The rights listed in the Magna Carta were not just limited to English landowners. E.) Only a jury of their peers could legally punish landholders. F.) Taxes could not be imposed unless a council of prominent men agreed.
  16. Magna Carta, 1215 2.) “Overtime, the rights listed in the Magna Carta were granted to all English citizens...” Consider this statement from the passage. Explain the significance of this statement and its impact on world history. The significance of this statement is …
  17. Magna Carta, 1215 3.) The Magna Carta marked a significant moment in history where the “Rule of Law” was above the “Will of the King.” Based on the passage, what makes this statement true? Use one piece of evidence from the passage to support your answer. Pair-Share
  18. 3.) The Magna Carta marked a significant moment in history where the “Rule of Law” was above the “Will of the King.” Based on the passage, what makes this statement true? Use one piece of evidence from the passage to support your answer. ________. According to _______, “________.” Pink = stating the source Green = brief statement in your own words that answers the question and connects to your supporting evidence Yellow = evidence from the text to support your idea.
  19. 3.) The Magna Carta marked a significant moment in history where the “Rule of Law” was above the “Will of the King.” Based on the passage, what makes this statement true? Use one piece of evidence from the passage to support your answer. ________. According to _______, “________.” Pair-Share Pink = stating the source Green = brief statement in your own words that answers the question and connects to your supporting evidence Yellow = evidence from the text to support your idea.
  20. 3.) The Magna Carta marked a significant moment in history where the “Rule of Law” was above the “Will of the King.” Based on the passage, what makes this statement true? Use one piece of evidence from the passage to support your answer. For centuries kings were permitted to do as the wished, without repercussions. The Magna Carta changed all that. Now kings were under the rule of law which in turn, provided more rights to common individuals. According to passage, “free landowners could not be put on trial without witnesses .” Pink = stating the source Green = brief statement in your own words that answers the question and connects to your supporting evidence Yellow = evidence from the text to support your idea.