Daily Lessons for Teaching Chronicles of the Crusades

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Lesson 1 (from Introduction)

Objective

In the Introduction, the goal of the Crusades is to capture the Holy City of Jerusalem. This lesson will discuss this goal.

Lesson

Class Discussion: What is the goal of the Crusades?

Small Group Activity: Why did the Christians want to capture Jerusalem? Why were these people unwilling to give it up easily?

Class Discussion: Discuss the students' responses regarding the Holy City of Jerusalem.

Class Debate: Split the class into two groups and debate whether the Christians have the right to capture Jerusalem in the name of God.

Individual Activity: Summarize the results of the debate in a short essay.

Homework: What holy wars take place today? Why? How do they compare to the Crusades?

Lesson 2 (from Introduction)

Objective

In the Introduction, the Fourth Crusade is chronicled first. It is written by Villehardouin, and is, according to Shaw, the first reliable record of the Crusades by the...

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