Social Studies Worksheets and Study Guides Seventh Grade. The Protestant Reformation

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Tennessee Academic Standards

TN.7. SEVENTH GRADE SOCIAL STUDIES - World History and Geography: The Middle Ages to the Exploration of the Americas
Early Modern Europe: 1400-1700s CE
Overview: Students will analyze the origins, accomplishments, and geographic diffusion of the Renaissance as well as the historical developments of the Protestant Reformation and Scientific Revolution.
The Protestant Reformation
7.44. Analyze Johannes Gutenberg’s printing press and William Tyndale’s translation of the Bible into the English language as vehicles for the spread of books, growth of literacy, and dissemination of knowledge. [C, G, H]
7.45. Explain the significant causes of the Protestant Reformation, including: the Catholic Church’s taxation policies, the selling of indulgences, and Martin Luther’s 95 Theses. [C, H, P]
7.46. Analyze the development of the Protestant Reformation and the split with the Catholic Church, including: the emphasis on scripture alone, salvation by faith, and predestination. [C, H, P]
7.48. Analyze how the Catholic Counter-Reformation emerged as a response to Protestantism and revitalized the Catholic Church, including the significance of: St. Ignatius of Loyola, the Jesuits, and the Council of Trent. [C, H]
The Age of Exploration: 1400-1700s CE
Overview: Students will analyze the motivations for the movement of people from Europe to the Americas and the impact of exploration by Europeans.
7.63. Locate and identify the European regions that remained Catholic and those that became Protestant and how that division affected the distribution of religions in the New World. [C, E, G, H, P]
TN.SSP. Social Studies Practices
SSP.04. Construct and communicate arguments citing supporting evidence to:
SSP.04.1. Demonstrate and defend an understanding of ideas
SSP.05. Develop historical awareness by:
SSP.05.3. Evaluating how unique circumstances of time and place create context and contribute to action and reaction
SSP.05.4. Identifying patterns of continuity and change over time, making connections to the present

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