Is The Crusades worksheet really the best way to learn about medieval history? After all, the actual period isn’t that long, and most people have heard of the Crusades. There’s even a historical film that deals with the period. After all, the Crusades are an important part of history that deserves more attention.
That being said, I decided to take a look at the Crusades worksheet and see if I could find any good information. After all, I do tend to like things that are a little unusual. Perhaps this will be more my cup of tea.
In the worksheet, there is an index to where it can be found, but it doesn’t help much since you have to click on a link in order to find the index. It says that the index will be found here. Apparently, I must not have put the link in correctly. Nevertheless, it will probably help some people. I just cannot imagine using this worksheet with a good amount of confidence.
Before I delve into the index, I want to take a moment to get started with the basic facts. There are five chapters in the worksheet. These chapters include: one chapter for each side. Each chapter has ten worksheets. I think that is pretty standard.
Fourth, there is a “Daily Objective.” The Daily Objective is a worksheet which has several different sections, all of which are graded on a scale from “A” to “C.” In each section, you will be graded on how well you accomplished a task. I do not think that this worksheet helps students at all. I know that this worksheet is used by most high school history teachers, so I’m not sure why this worksheet was not designed by someone who actually knows anything about the Crusades.
The fifth section, and the only section that I found interesting, is the “Inquisition”. This is not an easy section. In fact, if you’re taking this workbook, I would not suggest that you take this section until you’ve taken the entire worksheet. When you do take the worksheet, though, you’ll probably find that you need some time to think about what you learned. If you spend too much time on this section, then you’ll have little time to get the most important things out of the worksheet. The entire worksheet is based on the Inquisition.
The sixth section is a black mark. It lists every religion in Europe at the time, and each of them is given a numerical value. On this worksheet, the numerical values are all about the same; this makes it fairly useless.
The seventh section is a very short worksheet. It provides links to four other worksheets. The only thing I liked about this worksheet is that it’s linked to a very short worksheet that doesn’t have very many difficult lessons to teach. Overall, I’m not sure why anyone would use this worksheet.