Have you
ever
stopped to
think
about
what
medieval
pilgrims’
life was
INTRODUCTION
       IN the Middle Ages the Church encouraged people to make
pilgrimages to special holy places called shri...
QUESTION

• What would
  you have done
  if you were a
  medieval
  pilgrim
  travelling
  for faith?
USING THE INTERNET SOURCES BELOW YOU WILL
KNOW MORE ABOUT PILGRIMAGES IN THE MIDDLE
AGES
TASK
• I MISSION     • YOU ARE GOING TO
                  GO TO ROME
                    YOU NEED
                    INFO...
TASK
• II MISSION     • YOU ARE GOING TO
                   GO TO SANTIAGO DE
                   COMPOSTELA

             ...
TASK
• III MISSION     • YOU ARE GOING TO
                    GO TO JERUSALEM.

                      YOU NEED
           ...
EACH GROUP WILL CREATE A POWER
POINT presentation WITH THE MAIN
INFORMATIONS ABOUT ITS DESTINATION .
Make sure to be speci...
       Debating, Discussing,
        SELECTING

1. SURF THE NET IN PAIR .
2. group members come back to
   the larger Web...
RESOURCES
    Go to the following Web sites :
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/NORpilgrimage.htm
www.learner.org/interactives...
EVALUATION
Cooperative
 effort
Question
 answered
 correctly
Completion
lEt’s gO!
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Pilgrims In The Middle Ages

  1. 1. Have you ever stopped to think about what medieval pilgrims’ life was
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION IN the Middle Ages the Church encouraged people to make pilgrimages to special holy places called shrines. It was believed that if you prayed at these shrines you might be forgiven for your sins and have more chance of going to heaven. Others went to shrines hoping to be cured from an illness they were suffering from. The most important places to visit were: Rome, Santiago de Compostela and Jerusalem. At other shrines people went to see the teeth, bones, shoes, combs etc. that were said to have once belonged to important Christian saints. The most common relics at these shrines were nails and pieces of wood that the keepers of the shrine claimed came from the cross used to crucify Jesus. Travelling on long journeys in the Middle Ages was a dangerous activity. Pilgrims often went in groups to protect themselves against outlaws.
  3. 3. QUESTION • What would you have done if you were a medieval pilgrim travelling for faith?
  4. 4. USING THE INTERNET SOURCES BELOW YOU WILL KNOW MORE ABOUT PILGRIMAGES IN THE MIDDLE AGES
  5. 5. TASK • I MISSION • YOU ARE GOING TO GO TO ROME YOU NEED INFORMATIONS ABOUT: • Routes • Transports • Necessaries • organization
  6. 6. TASK • II MISSION • YOU ARE GOING TO GO TO SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA YOU NEED INFORMATIONS ABOUT: • Routes • Transports • Necessaries • organization
  7. 7. TASK • III MISSION • YOU ARE GOING TO GO TO JERUSALEM. YOU NEED INFORMATIONS ABOUT: • Routes • Transports • Necessaries • organization
  8. 8. EACH GROUP WILL CREATE A POWER POINT presentation WITH THE MAIN INFORMATIONS ABOUT ITS DESTINATION . Make sure to be specific in both the information (like where you got it from on the Web) and the reasoning (why the information proves your group's task). The Internet sites have lots of good information. Be sure you read the selections carefully. Take your time when finding the correct answER
  9. 9.  Debating, Discussing, SELECTING 1. SURF THE NET IN PAIR . 2. group members come back to the larger WebQuest team . 3. You must all now answer the Task / Quest(ion) as a group. Use information, pictures, facts, opinions, etc. from the Web pages you explored to convince your classmates that your voyage is well organized.
  10. 10. RESOURCES Go to the following Web sites : www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/NORpilgrimage.htm www.learner.org/interactives/middleages/morelign.html medievalhistory.suite101.com/article.cfm/the_medieval_pilgrimage www.request.org.uk/main/history/middle/middle03.htm www.saint-denis.culture.fr/en/2_6_pelerin.htm www.hyperhistory.net/apwh/essays/cot/t2w08pilgrimage.htm www.saintjacquesinfo.eu/guide.htm www.pilgrimpathways.com/pilgrim_pathways.asp?IdSeccion=3&IdNoticia=53 www.hamar.kommune.no/article.php?articleID=5863 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pilgrimage www.themiddleages.net/people_middle_ages.html www.kyrene.k12.az.us/schools/brisas/sunda/ma/mahome.htm www.learner.org/interactives/middleages/feudal.html • about maps www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/EMwebpages/EML.html mappinghistory.uoregon.edu/ www.fordham.edu/halsall/sbookmap.html
  11. 11. EVALUATION
  12. 12. Cooperative effort Question answered correctly Completion
  13. 13. lEt’s gO!
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