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Chapter 15

Chapter 15. Guided Reading Activity 15-1 – 15-5. Vocabulary Activity 15-1. 1. What is the term for people who are sent out to teach their religion? Missionaries 2. What person’s name means “Charles the Great”? Charlemagne 3. Who was the first Catholic king of the Franks? Clovis

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Chapter 15

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  1. Chapter 15 Guided Reading Activity 15-1 – 15-5

  2. Vocabulary Activity 15-1 • 1. What is the term for people who are sent out to teach their religion? • Missionaries • 2. What person’s name means “Charles the Great”? • Charlemagne • 3. Who was the first Catholic king of the Franks? • Clovis • 4. What term means to exclude a person from Church Membership? • Excommunicate • 5. Who was the first emperor of the Holy Roman Empire? • Otto I

  3. Vocabulary Activity 15-1 • 6. What is an agreement between the pope and the ruler of a country called? • Concordat • 7. What pope sent 40 monks to Britain to teach Christianity? • Gregory the Great • 8. What “mayor of the palace” defeated the Muslims at the Battle of Tours? • Charles Martel • 9. What term refers to steep-sided valleys that are inlets of the Sea? • Fjords

  4. Vocabulary Activity 15-1 • 10 . Wide rivers kept people separated and _______________ Different cultures to develop. ENABLED C. ALLOWED

  5. Vocabulary Activity 15-2 • 1. Down • A peasant who could not leave the manor without the Lord’s approval. • SERF • 2. Across • Land granted to a vassal. • FIEF • 3. Down • A warrior in armor who fought on horseback. • KNIGHT

  6. Vocabulary Activity 15-2 • 4. Down • A business group organized by craftspeople. • GUILD • 5. Down • A noble who served a Lord of higher rank. • VASSAL • 6. Across • A system in which nobles ruled and protected people in return for service. • FEUDALISM

  7. Vocabulary Activity 15-2 • 7. Serfs had to give a portion of their crops to the lord. • C. part • After the concert Justin Bieber gave a portion of his profits to his favorite charity.

  8. Vocabulary Activity 15-3 • 1. A trial jury decides whether people should be accused of a crime. • False - GRAND JURY • 2. Saladin was a ruler of Egypt who defeated the Christians and captured Jerusalem. • True • 3. William the Conqueror was the king of France from 1180 to 1223 • False - PHILIP II

  9. Vocabulary Activity 15-3 • 4. People who have been ordained as priest are called clergy. • True • 5. King John was the king of England who took a census called the Doomsday Book. • False – William the Conqueror • 6. The grand jury decides whether a accused person is innocent or guilty. • False – TRIAL JURY

  10. Vocabulary Activity 15-3 • 7. William the Conqueror signed the Magna Carta. • False – KING JOHN • 8. What is a guarantee? • A pledge or assurance that something agreed upon will take place or get done. • 9. How is a guarantee different from a promise? • Guarantee is stronger and more definite than a promise.

  11. Vocabulary Activity 15-4 • 1. The Church tried to put an end to ________, or religious beliefs that conflict with Church teachings. • Heresy • 2. In ________, followers used reason to explore questions of faith. • Scholasticism • 3. A local language that is used everyday is called the ___________. • Vernacular • 4. _________ is the study of religion and God. • Theology

  12. Vocabulary Activity 15-4 • 5. Hatred of the Jews is known as ___________. • Anti-Semitism • 6. MASS • A Catholic Worship Service • 7. What is a Summary? • Is a brief statement covering all the main points. • 8. When do you use summaries? • When you read a chapter and one sums it up in 1 or 2 paragraphs

  13. Vocabulary Activity 15-5 Plague Plague • In the 1300’s, a (1)_________, known as the Black Death, swept across Europe and Asia. A(2)________ is a disease that spreads quickly and kills many people. • In 1429 a French peasant girl told Charles, the French prince, that her favorite saints had urged her to free France from the English. Charles became king, but the English captured the girl, and she was burned at the stake. She later became known as (3)____________ Joan of Arc

  14. Vocabulary Activity 15-5 • During the Middle Ages, Muslims ruled most of the Iberian Peninsula, where Spain and Portugal are today. Most Christians, however, opposed Muslim rule. Their struggle to take back the Iberian Peninsula was called the (4)______________. In 1469 Princess (5)______________________ married Prince (6)______________________. They later became king and queen and joined their lands into one country called Spain. In 1492 their armies conquered Granada and drove the Muslims from Spain. Reconquista Isabella of Castile Ferdinand of Aragon

  15. Vocabulary Activity 15-5 • Vision, noun • Example: When Joan of Arc was 13, she began having visions of saints. • 7. What does the word vision in the example sentence? • Something seen in a dream or a vision • 8. What does the word visionmean in the following sentances • The Mayor had a vision for a better city. • A mental picture of an Idea

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