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Session 5: Assessment

Materials
  • Attachment D: Sample Assessment Items

Instructional Activities

1. Distribute copies of Attachment D, and have students complete the assessment.

Attachment A: Notes on the Reformation

Immediate Causes


  • ___________________ challenged the Church’s view of ___________________.

  • _________ and _____________ nobility disliked ___________ domination of the Church.

  • The Church’s great _____________ ____________ and ______________ caused conflict.

  • Church corruption and the __________ ____ _____________________ were widespread and caused conflict.

The Reformers


A. Martin Luther

  • believed in _________________ by ________________ ______________.

  • posted the _____ _________________.

  • contributed to the birth of the __________________ ____________________.

B. John Calvin

  • believed in ___________________________.

  • expanded the _______________________ _______________________.

C. King Henry VIII

  • ____________________ _________________ of the Pope in Rome.

  • ____________ and ____________; then broke with the Catholic Church.

  • formed the _______________ of ________________.

D. Queen Elizabeth I

  • associated with the _________________ Church.

  • showed __________________________ for ____________________________.

  • Her rule was known for victory over the __________________ ___________________ in __________.

Immediate Results


A. Germany

  • North: Princes converted to ____________________, ending ________________authority in their states.
  • The _______________ family remained with the Catholic Church.


  • War between the __________________ and _________________ resulted in devastating loss (known as the _________________ ___________________ War)

B. England

  • _____________________ ended bloodshed and united the British Isles under the Anglican Church.

  • The rise of Reformation contributed to the growth of ______________________.

C. France

  • The __________________ _________________ (Henry IV) granted Protestant Huguenots freedom of worship with the_________________ of __________________.

  • ___________________ ___________________ changed the focus of the _________________ _______________ War from a religious to a ___________________ one.

D. Catholic Reformation

  • Both _______________ and _______________ dissented before Luther did.

  • The Catholic Church mounted the ______________________________ to reassert its _______________.

  • The _____________ of _______________ reaffirmed most Church doctrine and practices.

  • The Society of Jesus (______ ________________) was founded to spread ________________________ _________________________ around the world.

  • The ______________________ was used to reinforce Catholic doctrine.

Long-Term Results


Changing cultural values and traditions during the Reformation caused

  • growth of ______________________.

  • growth of ______________________.

  • growth of _________________ _____________________.

Attachment B: Notes on the Reformation—Answer Key

Immediate Causes


  • Merchant wealth challenges the church’s view of usury.
  • German and English nobility disliked Italian domination of the Church.


  • The Church’s great political power and wealth caused conflict.

  • Church corruption and the sale of indulgences were widespread and caused conflict.

The Reformers


A. Martin Luther

  • believed in salvation by faith alone.

  • posted the 95 theses.

  • contributed to the birth of the Protestant church.

B. John Calvin

  • believed in predestination.

  • expanded Protestant movement.

C. King Henry VIII

  • dismissed authority of the Pope in Rome.

  • divorced and remarried; then broke with the Catholic Church.

  • formed the Church of England.

D. Queen Elizabeth I

  • associated with the Anglican Church.

  • showed tolerance for dissenters.

  • Her rule was known for victory over the Spanish Armada in 1588.

Immediate Results


A. Germany

  • North: Princes converted to Protestantism, ending papal authority in their states.

  • The Hapsburg family remained with the Catholic Church.

  • War between the Protestants and Catholics resulted in devastating loss (known as the Thirty Years’ War).

B. England

  • Elizabeth I ended bloodshed and united the British Isles under the Anglican Church.

  • The rise of Reformation contributed to the growth of capitalism.

C. France
  • The Catholic monarch (Henry IV) granted Protestant Huguenots freedom of worship with the Edict of Nantes.


  • Cardinal Richelieu changed the focus of the Thirty Years’ War from a religious to a political one.

D. Catholic Reformation

  • Both Huss and Wycliffe dissented before Luther did.

  • The Catholic Church mounted the Counter-Reformation to reassert its authority.

  • The Council of Trent reaffirmed most Church doctrine and practices.

  • The Society of Jesus (The Jesuits) was founded to spread Catholic doctrine around the world.

  • The Inquisition was used to reinforce Catholic doctrine.

Long-Term Results


Changing cultural values and traditions during the Reformation caused

  • growth of secularism.

  • growth of individualism.

  • growth of religious tolerance.

Attachment C: “The Reformers: Hero or Zero?” Score Sheet


Name: Date:
1. As you read, make notes about the reformer.

2. After reading, share your notes with your group.




Reformer: _____________________________________________

Life

Include the following kinds of information:



  • Country of origin

  • Important dates

Beliefs/Teachings

Name his teachings, using specific vocabulary from the readings.


Actions

What did this person do that made him a leader?


Catholic Church Response

Why would the Catholic church have had a problem with this person?














Attachment D: Sample Assessment Items


An asterisk (*) indicates the correct answer.

1

  • Salvation by faith alone

  • Bible is the ultimate authority

  • All humans are equal before God
. Who expressed the beliefs listed in the box above?

A John Calvin

B King Henry VIII

C Martin Luther*

D Louis XIV

2. John Calvin, a French theologian, advocated that God had preordained the fate of all people. This was called

A nirvana.

B reincarnation.

C predestination.*

D karma.

3. The Anglican Church became a national church throughout the British Isles under

A Henry VIII.

B Elizabeth I.*

C Charles V.

D Philip II.

4. The Thirty Years’ War was a conflict between

A England and Russia.

B Christians and Muslims.

C Protestants and Catholics.*

D France and Italy.

5. Ignatius Loyola established what order of monks?

A Benedictines

B Jesuits*

C Dominicans

D Templars

6. Cardinal Richelieu changed the focus of the Thirty Years’ War from a religious conflict to a

A cultural conflict.

B economic conflict.

C political conflict.*

D social conflict.


7. The church court established to reinforce Catholic doctrine was

A the Council of Trent.

B the Inquisition.*

C the Schism.

D the Society of Jesus.

8. Freedom of worship was granted to the Huguenots through the

A Diet of Worms.

B Council of Trent.

C Edict of Nantes.*

D Peace of Augsburg.

9. The primary reason that the North German princes supported Martin Luther was

A cultural.

B social.

C economic.*

D religious.

10. The group formed to reform the Catholic Church was the

A Council of Trent.*

B Inquisition.

C Schism.

D Society of Jesus.





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