UOP HIS 113 Week 2 Individual Reformation Timeline .pdf
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HIS 113 Week 2 Individual
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• Download the Reformation
Timeline & Journal Worksheet,
available on the student website.
• Analyze the Reformation by filling
in information on two different parts
of the worksheet:
o PART #1: Complete the time line,
identifying seven events in history
during the Reformation:
Identify where the event occurred on
the specified date in bullet-point
Describe the event and its
significance for each date identified
on the time line in 1-2 full sentences.
Follow the example of Martin Luther’s
95 Thesis as a guide
Respond to the two questions after
the timeline in 3-4 sentences of at
least 75-100 words each.
o PART #2: Create journal entries
about the Black Death from different
points of view:
Imagine you live in the time of the
plague and you request several
people to add their personal
perspective to your journal. In each
case, the questions are: Why is the
Black Death so terrifying? How has
the plague affected you?
Choose two perspectives and create
two 100- to 200-word journal entries
based upon those perspectives. Be
imaginative, but base your entry on
facts. Your choices for the five
perspectives include the following:
1. A person living in a city
experiencing the plague
A young Martin Luther
4. A visitor traveling from village to
5. A physician or health-care person
trying to treat plague victims
Answer the following question after
and separate from the two journal
entries in one 75-100 word
paragraph: Was the Black Death the
impetus for the Reformation? Why?