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Preview Main Idea / Reading Focus The English Monarchy Faces of History: Eleanor of Aquitaine Other European Monarchies

Preview Main Idea / Reading Focus The English Monarchy Faces of History: Eleanor of Aquitaine Other European Monarchies

Preview Main Idea / Reading Focus The English Monarchy Faces of History: Eleanor of Aquitaine Other European Monarchies Map: The Holy Roman Empire The Growth of Monarchies The Growth of Monarchies Main Idea

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The Middle Ages: From Beowulf to Canterbury

The Middle Ages: From Beowulf to Canterbury

The Middle Ages: From Beowulf to Canterbury The High Middle Ages: 1066–1485 1066 Norman Conquest 1348–1349 Black Death 1215 Magna Carta 1337–1453 Hundred Years’ War 1100 1200 1500 1000 1300 1400 1000s–1300s Age of Feudalism 1300s–1400s Decline of Feudalism

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The Middle Ages

The Middle Ages

The Middle Ages 1066-1485 The Battle of Hastings In October 1066, a daylong battle known as the Battle of Hastings ended the reign of the Anglo-Saxons and began the Norman Conquest. William the Conqueror

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The Middle Ages

The Middle Ages

The Middle Ages. 1066-1485. The Battle of Hastings. In October 1066, a daylong battle known as the Battle of Hastings ended the reign of the Anglo-Saxons and began the Norman Conquest. . William the Conqueror.

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T he M iddle A ges

T he M iddle A ges

T he M iddle A ges. 1066-1485. Timeline. Old English (450-1066) Anglo-Saxon Beowulf Middle English (1066-1485) Norman Conquest The Canterbury Tales The Renaissance (1485-1660) Shakespeare. Middle English-Norman Conquest.

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ENC 1102

ENC 1102

ENC 1102 . Word Choice, Figures of Speech, and Word Order. Key Terms. Diction Word Choice Syntax Word Order. Meaning. Denotation Direct meaning of a word Connotation The attitude or emotion attached to a word. Levels of Diction. High Formal Middle Everyday Low Slang.

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Organum: The Beginnings of Polyphony: 1000 - 1250

Organum: The Beginnings of Polyphony: 1000 - 1250

Organum: The Beginnings of Polyphony: 1000 - 1250. Organum. Organum = earliest form of polyphony Polyphony = the simultaneous singing of two or more melodies. Probably originated in secular heterophony (melody sung at octave then in thirds)

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The Mother Tongue

The Mother Tongue

The Mother Tongue. Indo-European Languages. Cultural Fusion of the Early Middle Ages 5th-11th centuries. Fall of Rome Celtic Influences Norse-Germanic Influences Spread of Christianity throughout Europe Islamic Influences Feudalism Empires and Kingdoms. Celtic Migrations.

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Beowulf, Old English, and the Anglo-Saxons

Beowulf, Old English, and the Anglo-Saxons

Beowulf, Old English, and the Anglo-Saxons. Learning Objectives. To explore the origins of the English language and literature. To study the early history of the British Isles. To gain knowledge of vocabulary essential to understanding Anglo-Saxon literature.

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Have you worked out the link?

Have you worked out the link?

Have you worked out the link?. Castles & Cathedrals . Many castles and cathedrals were built in Britain after the Norman conquest in 1066. The Normans came from northern France and often employed highly skilled Flemish masons to build their castles and cathedrals.

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The History of English

The History of English

The History of English. Why our language is so hard to learn. Where do languages come from?.

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The Formation of Western Literature

The Formation of Western Literature

The Formation of Western Literature. Into the Middle Ages. First an Overview. Contrary to popular belief, the medieval period cannot be characterized as entirely barbaric. During this period, national literatures in the vernacular appeared.

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Anglo-Saxon Literary Context

Anglo-Saxon Literary Context

Anglo-Saxon Literary Context. ENGL 203 Dr. Fike. Why We Need This Lecture. We are stressing “periodicity”: the reciprocal relationship between texts and literary periods. Textual historicity: we know about history through our reading of texts.

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Chapter 5 Police in Society: History and Organization

Chapter 5 Police in Society: History and Organization

Chapter 5 Police in Society: History and Organization. History of Police. Prior to Eighteenth Century No regular English police force prior to the Norman Conquest The Pledge System Families banded together for protection

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The Late Middle Ages

The Late Middle Ages

The Late Middle Ages. WHI SOL #12. #1 Which phrase best completes this diagram?. Closure of Banks Use of Arabic Numbers Letters of Credit Church Rules on Usury. Letters of Credit.

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Please enter the room quietly and make note of the daily objective, class work and homework in your agendas.

Please enter the room quietly and make note of the daily objective, class work and homework in your agendas.

Please enter the room quietly and make note of the daily objective, class work and homework in your agendas. Will the person responsible for retrieving 
the journals for your row please do so. . Vocab Word Search (page 417 - 421):. William the Conqueror - . King John - . common law - .

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Battle of Hastings

Battle of Hastings

Battle of Hastings. By: Chelsea Brown Tani Spittler Taylor Hamman Adriana Robles. King Edward. He reigned from 1042, until his death in 1066. He was known as Edward the Confessor. Edward is considered a patron saint by the Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Church.

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The British Legacy:

The British Legacy:

The British Legacy:. Answering the question: Why don’t we speak Italian?. The British Isles. Great Britain is made up of England, Scotland, & Wales United Kingdom includes all of Great Britain & Ireland. Scotland. Ireland. England (British flag).

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THE IMPORTANCE OF ENGLISH IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS By Cindy Mena

THE IMPORTANCE OF ENGLISH IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS By Cindy Mena

THE IMPORTANCE OF ENGLISH IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS By Cindy Mena. OUTLINE. History of English . English as a Lingua Franca. International Businesses . Research Report . General Objective. Persuading the reader to improve their level of English. Specific Objective.

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Late Middle Ages

Late Middle Ages

Late Middle Ages. Britain, France, Spain and Russia. I. Britain. Norman Conquest (1066 A.D.) 1066 A.D.- Anglo-Saxon king Edward dies – brother in law Harold chosen to rule Duke William of Normandy challenged throne – supported by Pope

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