Link to Encylopedia Judaica below:
- What were the motivations behind this person’s actions?
- How did they effect change?
Arts & Literature
- Explore the context of this literature.
- What was the impact of this piece?
- What can be deduced about the author and his times?
How did knowledge in this area change over time?What was the significance in history?How did this person/development change how people understand their placein the world?
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Reference - for background and context
Books - for depth
Primary sources - for evidence
Scholarly Articles - for analysis (Note: not required for this project)
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Society : Intro. to Feudalism from Britannica School
- What was the role of religion orreligious power in this event or issue?
- What was the impact of this on the political hierarchy or power of the aristocrcy?
- How did this contribute to the development of democracy?
- In what way was this a cause or result of class struggle?
World Leaders : From Biography in Context
- Was this person a great leader, or an unsavory dictator?
- What were his or her goals, and did he achieve them? Why?
- In what way was this leader a product of his/her times?
- In what way did this leader influence change?
- Cleopatra VII
- Eleanor of Aquitaine
- Isabella of Castille
- Julius Caesar
- King John
War : From World History in Context
- In what way did this conflict prove
- Was this conflict inevitable? Desirable?
- What was the impact of this struggle on ...lower class people? Religious