WOODLAND HILLS HIGH SCHOOL LESSON PLAN SAS and Understanding By Design Template Name Matt Rodrigues History Date 8 October 12 Length of Lesson Week Content Area AP European Edline was updated this week: My class website was updated this week: STAGE I – DESIRED RESULTS LESSON TOPIC:Reformation BIG IDEAS: (Content standards, assessment anchors, eligible content, objectives and skill focus) Historical context is needed to comprehend time and space. Historical interpretation involves an analysis of cause and result. Perspective helps to define the attributes of historical comprehension. The history of the Commonwealth continues to influence Pennsylvanians today, and has impacted the United States and the rest of the world. The history of the United States continues to influence its citizens and has impacted the rest of the world. World History continues to influence Pennsylvanians, citizens of the United States and individuals throughout the world today. UNDERSTANDING GOALS (CONCEPTS): Students will understand: The social and political implications of Heresy. The vast expance of the Empire of Charles V The precepts and mindset of the Catholic Church as the established religious authority of the time. The protests of those wishing to reform the church. the splintering of the Christian Church. VOCABULARY: Humanism, Heresy, Transubstantiation, consubstantiation, Edict, pragmatic, abdicateother vocabulary over the next 3 weeks. ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS: .How did the concepts that developed during the Renaissance lead to a greater desire for reform of society. What implications did questioning authority have on the politics of Europe? What implications did the Reformation have on the National Monarchy? STUDENT OBJECTIVES (COMPETENCIES/OUTCOMES): Students will be able to: draw conclusions about cases of historical events and their overall effects on European history. STAGE II – ASSESSMENT EVIDENCE PERFORMANCE TASK:Read Chapter 14, complete the reading guide, prepare for a test beginning on October 23. STAGE III: LEARNING PLAN INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS AND PROCEDURES: RESOURCES: (Active Engagement, Explicit Instruction, Textbooks Metacognition, Notes Modeling, Scaffolding) Lecture Discussion Presnetation scaffolding Active engagements MINI LESSON: 10/8 - Discuss the social and political implications of Heresy 10/9 - Discuss Martin Luther Background 10/10 - 95 thesis and Charles V 10/11 - Reformation spreads - compare and contrast Christianity 10/12 - Video Reformation FORMATIVE ASSESSMENTS: #1. Pre-Assessment #2. Open Ended Questions #3. Brief in Class Writing Promp #4. Choose assessments: Others: INTERVENTIONS: ASSIGNMENTS: As needed Chapter 13 reading and guide.