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Song China Artwork Activity

January 27, 2020

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Here is the on-line art primary resource activity that we completed in class today. If you were not here, please complete it and share it with apworldpapers@gmail.com. SongChinaPaintings-worksheet  

Age of Exploration Notes & Crash Courses

January 22, 2020

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Here are the textbooks notes for this section of unit 1: Chapter 14 Notes As an added bonus, here’re the two Crash Courses that go along with chapter 14. You should watch each of these in class while I’m out of town. Have a great weekend and I’ll see you Monday!

The Head of Good King Henry

January 21, 2020

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Henry IV was one of the most beloved kings in French history (ignore the assassination), so of course his head went missing and was later found in someone’s attic. A reconstruction proves it! Or maybe not. Three years ago, Philippe Charlier, an osteo-archaeologist from France’s University Hospital Raymond-Poincaré in Garches, used a forensic exam to […]

Art of the Reformation and Counter Reformation

January 17, 2020

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We discussed the differences in Catholic and Protestant art of the 1500s and 1600s today, especially the themes of virtue and their portrayal of Christ. For more in-depth information, I strongly suggest you guys read this analysis from Visual Arts Cork regarding the differences in style. Google Culture also has a nice, if brief, collection […]

English Reformation Primary Document Webquest

January 16, 2020

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It’s not really a quest, but eh. Semantics. From Cambridge University, here is the PRD assignment on the English Reformation (or Henrician Reformation, if you’re British). If you were absent today, we began this at the end of class. Please make sure that this is completed ASAP.

Fun Articles About the Tudors, etc.

January 16, 2020

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BBC’s History Extra magazine is awesome and I strongly encourage you to subscribe to it on your iPad (or, you know, on old school paper). I trolled the archives for a few links that you guys might find interesting. Enjoy! 10 Things you (probably) didn’t know about the Reformation “Mooke, fylthe and other vyle things” […]

Updated: Empire Autopsy Resources

January 15, 2020

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UPDATE: If you were absent today (1/15), you need to download and complete this chart(summarize, please) using your textbook. Then please give me a 1-2 paragraph written summary of the similarities you noticed between the ends of these empires. The first project for unit one is an autopsy of one of the following empires. You […]