The Black Plague: Use the evidence here to examine theories about the Black Plague's spread throughout the world. Complete the Google Doc and upload it to canvas for your teacher to grade.
JUGGLING! This was a common form of entertainment in the middle ages! Court jesters would juggle to impress guests at feasts and events.
YOU will learn to juggle! Use the videos below to teach yourself how to juggle. Then, take a video of yourself juggling. You will upload your video to canvas so your teacher can see you juggle.
-3 seconds or more: you must juggle for at least 5 seconds (meaning the juggled items must be IN THE AIR for at least 5 seconds….can’t throw them once and let them fall and call it juggling).
-3 items: you must juggle 3 items (1 or 2 in the air is NOT juggling)
-X pattern: you must use the X pattern as shown in the video called “Learn: Easy Scarf Juggling”
Begin: How to Juggle 3 Balls
Learn: Easy Scarf Juggling
Create a HELP WANTED Ad using the provided template about what this job entails and get people to apply for the job. Submit it on Canvas.
Select a job from the middle ages, research it, and creatively make the job desirable using the ad template:
Cottar in Middle Ages
Ditcher in Middle Ages
Page in Middle Ages
Physician in Middle Ages or Plague Doctor in Middle Ages
Scullion in Middle Ages
Coat of Arms
Using Coat of Arms Explained document, create your own personalized coat of arms, like the ones families created in the Middle Ages.
Write a paragraph explaining the symbols you chose. (Yes, 5 or more sentences is a paragraph. Also don't forget conventions are a thing you should consider for a solid grade).
Submit to Canvas under Task 7: Coat of Arms. If you created it on paper, you can take a pic, upload, and include explanation in the comment section.