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The Christian Crusades - Chapter Summary
The Christian Crusades are covered thoroughly in this professionally designed teacher resource chapter. The video lessons are written by experts and present subjects including the results of the Crusades and the Islamic response to the Latin Crusades. If you'd like to show just one portion of a video lesson in your class, use the video tabs feature to easily navigate to your selection. Any questions that you'd like to discuss with a fellow instructor can be submitted through the Dashboard.
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- Simplifies assessments: Rather than writing your own assessments for your students, the lesson quizzes and chapter test we've included here match up with the information on the Christian Crusades we've presented in the lessons.
- Offers varied use: With these concise videos, creating your own class projects, activities, games and other engaging materials about the Christian Crusades has never been easier.
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Use this chapter to teach your students about how to achieve these goals:
- Detail the impact of the Crusades
- Outline the response of the Islamic World to the Latin Crusades
- And many more topics
1. Results and Impact of the Crusades
This lesson explores the results and impact of the Crusades. We examine the social impact, the political impact and the economic impact of three centuries of crusading.
2. The Islamic World's Response to the Latin Crusades
Few in the Muslim world could have imagined that in 1095, a series of wars would start that would not only change their world, but continue to impact foreign relations almost a thousand years later.
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