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  • “The chronicler of Rimini, from the northeastern coastal region, wrote that "father fled his son once he became sick, brother avoided brother, wife her husband, and thus the healthy fled from the ill.“ "Italian accounts of the Black Death [Personal Accounts]," in Children and Youth in History, Item #178, https://chnm.gmu.edu/cyh/primary-sources/178 (accessed February 14, 2014). Annotated by Shona Kelly Wray
  • BUBONIC PLAGUE aka The Black Death What do we know?
  • Uh Oh...the plague has come to your town…
  • DOCTOR NOBLEMAN PEASANT CLERGY Black Death video link PLAGUE VICTIM
  • RESEARCH PROJECT ► Work in pairs or groups of up to 4 ► At least 4 sources ► Works Cited page ► No plagiarism ► Group meetings
  • IS IT A PRIMARY SOURCE? ► The Britannia Lexicon? ► London’s Bill of Mortality? ► Movie That Takes Place In Medieval Times? ► Painting The Black Death?
  • PRESENTATION ► Choose a format ► Create a background for your character ► What do you think about what's going on? What do you see happening around you? How have you been affected? ► Must be informative & include your research ► Support opinions with facts
  • Supporting Your Opinions ► Opinion : It was the worst time ever. ► Fact : A lot of people died. ► Better Fact : “On the same day, 20, 40 or 60 bodies, and on many occasions many more, might be committed for burial together in the same pit.”* *Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/british/middle_ages/black_01.shtml