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Joan of Arc

Joan of Arc. Revolutionary Leader or Heretic? Sane or Insane?. The Hundred Years War had been going for over 70 years when Joan of Arc was born in 1412 France was losing to the English in the War. The Hundred Years War. Joan became the leader of the French military against the British

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Joan of Arc

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  1. Joan of Arc Revolutionary Leader or Heretic? Sane or Insane?

  2. The Hundred Years War had been going for over 70 years when Joan of Arc was born in 1412 • France was losing to the English in the War The Hundred Years War

  3. Joan became the leader of the French military against the British • Joan sent out a letter to the English, in her letter she stated, “retire in God’s name to your own country. If you do not, expect to hear tidings from The Maid who will shortly come upon you to your very great hurt.” Joan of Arc- The Maid of Orleans

  4. Joan was different than previous French military leaders, and acted very aggressively with her decisions • She gave the French soldiers a reason and desire to fight for France Joan at War Entrance of Joan of Arc into Reims in 1429, painting by Jan Matejko

  5. Many Historians agree, that Joan achieved remarkable success during her short military career • During the Siege of Orleans in 1429, Joan successfully conquered various fortresses of the English • Advancement of the French Army to Reims and Paris taking back French territory as they went • Captured in May 1430, and was not ransomed by her king • Sold instead to the British who held her prisoner and put her on trial Joan at War and Capture

  6. Joan was tried for heresy, in February 1431 • Joan claimed innocence and remained true to her values • Her persecutors tried her for dressing and acting like man and witchcraft because of the visions and voices she had witnessed • The court found her guilty of heresy and she was sentenced to death on May 24th, 1431 • Many celebrated this verdict and many were upset with the decision Trial of Joan of Arc

  7. Joan was execute on May 30th, 1431 Joan of Arc Execution

  8. Joan of Arc’s Travels

  9. Representations of The Maid of Orleans

  10. Students will work in teams to support their side in a debate • You will either be French or English and will have to debate whether you believe Joan was innocent or guilty (French will prove Joan’s Innocence, English prove her guilt) • Once you meet with your groups come up with at least three main arguments to help your side win the debate and three arguments that will weaken the other side’s argument • Once we are ready, we will have rounds where one side will state their argument and the other side can respond • Remember that during this debate we must remain respectful to all people and those we are debating against • Raise your hand to speak, if you call out you will automatically lose the round. • At the end we will have an open round where anyone can talk at any time Class Debate

  11. What did we learn about Joan of Arc: Conclusion

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