Section 1: Life of Martin Luther
Fill out the graphic organizer using http://www.luther.de/en/moench.html
Life of Martin Luther
After visiting his parents, he was caught in a terrible thunderstorm. During the storm lightning struck near him, and he was thrown to the ground. At this moment he called to Saint Anne, and declared: “I will become a monk.” Why did he decide to become a Monk?
When did he decide to become a Monk?
During a terrible storm.
When did he become a professor at Wittenberg (Germany) university?
1507 he started professed at 1512
What did he do as a professor?
He came into contact with the ideas of the humanists and embraced their slogan.
Answer these questions using the map at http://www.korcula.net/history/mmarelic/luther.htm
Where did followers of Martin Luther’s ideas (Lutherans) live?Germany Denmark Sweden Norway Prussia a.
Where did followers of another reformer, John Calvin (Calvinists) live? The city of Genoa Switzerland. Scotland, England, France, Italy, Bohemia, Poland, and the Dutch Netherlands.
Was the majority of Europe Catholic or Protestant during the reformation?protestants
Section 2: Luther’s Beliefs
Find out what Martin Luther believed about Faith. Read the passage in the following link and fill out the chart. http://www.iclnet.org/pub/resources/text/wittenberg/luther/luther-faith.txt
What faith IS according to Luther
What faith is NOT according to Luther
living bold trust in Gods graces
confidence and knowledge of godsgrace makes you happy
freely willingly do good things
love and praise god
What people think it is.
Followed by good works or Better life
Section 3: Luther Posts his 95 Theses
Use the following website to fill in the table below on Luther’s 95 Theses. http://www.luther.de/en/anschlag.html
Why was Luther upset with the church?
The people where no longer coming to hm for their confessions they were going to different towns.
What did he do about it?
He wrote 95 theses which were use as the basis for discussion on the topic. What was the reaction to the 95 Theses? some humanists approved of these, but parts of the Roman Church completely rejected them
What is an indulgence? they supposedly categorized Luther as a follower of the heretic Jan Hus and threatened to have him burned at the stake.
What were the 95 Theses?
used for basic discussion on a topic.
Section 4: Effects of the Reformation
Complete the following chart using http://www.luther.de/en/bann.html and http://www.luther.de/en/worms.html
practically declared a heretic both churches wanted luther to recant his teachings while he was there Luther is excommunicated (explain what happened)
trip to worms
Diet of Worms (explain what it was)
repentance objective clever thought out
Section 5: Printing Press
Use the following 3 links to answer the questions about the printing press. http://www.ideafinder.com/history/inventions/story39.htm
What is the printing press? was screw press specially designed to achieve an effective an even transfer
Who invented the printing press? genius of Gutenburgs
How does it work?
pressing the letters down to then produce ink on paper
How did the printing press help Martin Luther?
it allowed them to write in a more advanced easier way
Section 6: Changing Europe
Use the map found at the following link and what you have learned so far to answer the questions below: http://globalhistorycullen.wikispaces.com/Everything+Europe
How would a map of the year 1400 be different? (Hint: think religions…) it would show where religions migrated or lived
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