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Transcript
L.O.
To describe the events of the First Crusade
By the end of this lesson…
ALL OF US will be able to organise the key dates of the First
Crusade chronologically. (3B-3A)
EVEN BETTER IF you can describe the key events in detail. (4C-4A)
EXCELLENT IF you explain why the Crusaders acted as they did. (5C5A).
CHALLENGE!!! WHAT WAS THE MAIN REASON CRUSADERS ACTED
THIS WAY? (5A-6A)
The _________ were a series of ____ where Christians and
Muslims fought to control the Holy Land. _________ is a holy
place for Christians because many important events in the life
of _____ happened there. It is holy to the Muslim religion,
_____ , too. Muslims believe their prophet, Mohammed,
visited Heaven from there. Jerusalem and the surrounding
area (what we call modern day Israel) was known as the ____
Land. The crusades dragged on and off for about ___ years.
English knights and soldiers mainly fought in what is known as
the Third Crusade between the years 1189 and 1192 under
the king, _________.
Jesus
wars
Holy
Islam
Crusades
Richard I
Jerusalem
200
• The Crusades were a series of wars where Christians and
Muslims fought to control the Holy Land. Jerusalem is a holy
place for Christians because many important events in the life
of Jesus happened there. It is holy to the Muslim religion,
Islam, too. Muslims believe their prophet, Mohammed,
visited Heaven from there. Jerusalem and the surrounding
area (what we call modern day Israel) was known as the Holy
Land. The crusades dragged on and off for about 200 years.
English knights and soldiers mainly fought in what is known as
the Third Crusade between the years 1189 and 1192 under
the king, Richard I.
Put the dates
in
chronological
order with a
picture to
illustrate each
statement.
Use the information on pages 94-95
complete the tasks below:
1.
2.
3.
In no less than four sentences
describe the first crusade.
What happened after the First
Crusade?
Find two similarities between the
Saracen and the Knight.
June 5th 1098: 75,000 Muslims
fight to retake Antioch
1096: People begin to join the Crusades
June 1st 1098: Muslim reinforcements
arrive and scare off many
Crusaders
15th
July
1098: The Crusaders
invade and capture Jerusalem
Complete
tasks 1-2
from page 97.
20 minutes
1097: A siege of Nicacea takes place
June 3rd 1098: Muslim city of Antioch
is captured
1095: Pope Urban II calls
for a Crusade against Islam
June 28th 1098: The Crusaders fight
off the Muslims and march to Jerusalem
Describe the siege of
Jerusalem.
What did the crusaders do
to the people they found
in Jerusalem when the
siege was over?
Why did this happen?
Key words
SIEGE TOWER
GODFREY
BREACH
SYTHE
EXHAUSTED
Now test a peer on today’s
learning!
1. What happened on the
First Crusade?
2) What happened during
the Siege of Jerusalem?
3) Why did the Crusaders
act this way?