Investigating the Religious Wars

European History - Mr. Bowers

16th & 17th Century Religious Wars

PROJECT INSTRUCTIONS


Task: Use smore.com to create a simple website that highlights your assigned religious war. Factors that need to be included are listed below. Once you have finished your website, send me the link (follow the directions below). On Wednesday, September 25th (g) 26th (B) we will be doing an online “gallery walk” with these websites so you must turn one in to receive credit. No grade will be given for late projects, however you may increase your grade for proficiency on a project already turned in.


Details: Your website must include all of the following

Years: Years that the conflict began and ended

Summary: In a well written paragraph summarize the overall conflict. Keep in mind: Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How

Cause: Find the root cause and the direct cause of the conflict. These are often different.

Course: This can be done in a timeline or through a description of events that occurred during your conflict. Be creative with the design.

Key Figures/Groups: Who were the main people and/or groups that were involved in this conflict (these can be battle leaders, religious groups, writers, Kings/Queens or others). Include a brief description of each person/group you name.

Outcome: Who won the conflict and what were the significant details of the peace treaty (if any)

Main Significance: On a big picture, what was the overall significance of this conflict. You might not be able to find this directly written somewhere. You need to think about what was happening before the conflict, the direct results of the conflict and what happened in the years after to grasp the larger significance.

Must include the link to at least one primary source document that relates to your conflict. Look at speeches, books, peace treaties, official declarations. With this link you must include at least a 3 sentence description/summary of the primary source. Think about what it is, why it was written, what it basically says.

Must link 3 sources that you obtained your information from. These sources must be from a reputable history site.


Conflicts to Investigate: You will be signed up for one of the following. All must be signed up before you can pick a topic twice.


• French Wars (1562-1572)

• Dutch Revolt (1560’s)

• England vs. Spain and the Spanish Armada (1585-1604)

• 30 Years War (1618-1648) Pre-War, Bohemian, and Danish Phase

• 30 Years War (1618-1648) Swedish, French, and Post War

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How many to a group? (2 or 3. I want everyone to have a partner on this.)


2. How do I create a page? (You will need to create an account on smore.com.)


3. Why didn't my work save? (Only one person at a time can edit the account. You can link google docs to this page)


4. How will we be graded? (Be sure to include everything in directions, pick up a rubric next class, and include everything others will need to know.)


5. What will happen during the gallery walk? (You will walk around a record the information needed on each topic.)


6. Do you remember this time period? (No. I am not that old. Ask Mr. O'Connell.)

Back to Unit I Page

Student Examples - 2017


Sybil Kurian
Stuart Krahn30 Years Warhttps://www.smore.com/jpa63-30-years-war-1618-1648

Mikelangelo and ChaseThirty Years War (Swedish, French, Post War)https://www.smore.com/9zgk7

Laura Gerber and EliFrench Warshttps://www.smore.com/13zex-1562-1572-french-wars-of-religion

Payton Holland and Kayla Walker30 year war: Part Twohttps://www.smore.com/t7eun-30-year-war-part-two

Manaal Arif, Kate Burnett, and Sarah GorejaFrench Wars of Religionhttps://www.smore.com/pmrcn-french-wars

Carly Scopel & Erik WilcoxThe French Religious Wars (1562-1573)https://www.smore.com/bcmvn-french-religious-wars

Lauren Frank and Mackenzie WoodThe Dutch Revolthttps://www.smore.com/5g8qv-the-dutch-revolt

Jacob Koellner and Noah Lang30 Years War (Part 1)https://www.smore.com/z0dyf

Pete Conley, Jonathan MeadAnglo-Spanish Warhttps://www.smore.com/m3465-england-vs-the-spanish-armada

Ahsan Siddiqui, Fezaan Kazi, Andrew Wayne30 years warhttps://www.smore.com/4ckze-30-years-war

Laina Robison, Lauren Schnabel, and Sydney JaquesThe Spanish Armadahttps://www.smore.com/zu4yk-england-vs-spain-spanish-armada

Maddie Brown and Lexi HuchkoDutch Revolthttps://www.smore.com/9jzgh


Joe, Luke, and DeborahSpanish Armada Warhttps://www.smore.com/tfn1z-spanish-armada-1585-1604

Joe, Deborah, and LukeEngland v.s. Spainhttps://www.smore.com/tfn1z-spanish-armada-1585-1604

Nick C. and Natalie S.The Dutch Revolthttps://www.smore.com/u4gt1-the-dutch-revolt

Abhinav Kotaru, Jackson Buhring, Saad SualehFrench Warshttps://www.smore.com/3su97

Michelle Kwok, Cassidy CraneEngland vs. Spain and the Spanish Armadahttps://www.smore.com/ry4h0-england-vs-spain-spanish-armada

Arianna Hardy, Mia Dwyer, and Ariel Majors30 Years War Swedish, French, and Post Warhttps://www.smore.com/b4mk0/edit

Arianna Hardy, Mia Dwyer, Ariel Majors30 Years War Swedish, French, and Post War

https://www.smore.com/b4mk0-30-yearswar-swedes-french-1618-1648 (Submitted wrong link the first time)

Renee Yaseen and Maddie CullisonDutch Revolthttps://www.smore.com/xjcwt

Fotmah Chaudhry and Marium AnsariThe Spanish Armada Warhttps://www.smore.com/2g508

Yanni and AdamAnglo-Spanish Warhttps://www.smore.com/fzwgv

Payton Schmitt, Natalie Hartman, Maddy RussellFrench Warshttps://www.smore.com/4c3hb-french-wars-1562-1572

Charles Johnson, Keaton Smith, Colin VandewalleThe Dutch Revolthttps://www.smore.com/evwqb

Peter Yang, Eric Spaargaren, Hassaan Khan30 Years War(Pre-War, Bohemian...)https://www.smore.com/m12zu

Ammaar Basher, Daoud Haque30 Years War (Swedish, French, and Post War)https://www.smore.com/ygc7h-30-years-war-1618-1648

Julia Roehm and Abbey HamiltonThe Dutch Revolthttps://www.smore.com/hs6z4

Chris Hamilton, Dani Spring French Wars of Religion https://www.smore.com/fezcb-french-wars

Hope and AnniePre-war, Bohemian, and Danish Phase

https://www.smore.com/0c4gp-pre-war-bohemian-and-danish-phase