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Which of the following was the main cause of the Great Famine?

A.
warfare

B.
bubonic plague

C.
heavy rainfall

D.
population increases

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  1. What does your reading assignment say?

  2. A Deadly Disease

    In the mid-1300s, Italian writer Giovanni Boccaccio wrote The Decameron. It was a fictional account of a group of people living in Italy as a dreadful disease swept Europe. In the factual introduction to the novel, Boccaccio describes the horrors of the disease and the fear that overcame those who remained healthy.
    “The violence of this disease was such that the sick communicated it to the healthy who came near them, just as a fire catches anything dry or oily near it. And it even went further. To speak to or go near the sick brought infection and a common death to the living; and moreover, to touch the clothes or anything else the sick had touched or worn gave the disease to the person touching."
    When the disease had finally run its course, as much as one-third of the European population had died. However, the deadly disease known as the bubonic plague was only one of many threats to medieval society during the 1300s.
    Select the play button to access “The Hundred Years' War” Lesson Video from the Realize™ website. As you watch, think about the causes of the conflict.
    The Hundred Years' War
    Select the link to access the “The Hundred Years' War” transcript.
    The Hundred Years' War Transcript
    Preview the vocabulary words before continuing with the lesson. Think about what each word might mean and how it could relate to the lesson.
    Select the link to access the Vocabulary Knowledge Rating Chart and complete the Before Reading portion.
    Vocabulary Knowledge Rating Chart
    As you progress through the lesson, think about the following Focus Question:
    What disasters brought about the decline of medieval society?
    Objectives
    Identify the causes of famine in Europe during the 1300s
    Identify and analyze the Hundred Years' War and new weaponry used
    Identify and explain the Black Death and its effects
    Key words
    Black Death
    bubonic plague
    famine
    Hundred Years' War
    Peasants' Revolt

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  3. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Famine_of_1315%E2%80%931317

  4. Ur not a real teacher ms sue no teacher would let a child use Wikipedia

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  5. so is somebody that actually can help is going to?

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  6. 1)A
    2)C
    3)A
    4)D
    5)B
    100% for connects

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  7. *connexus

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  8. School lover
    #4 was c
    I got a 80

    Thanks though

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    posted by Ca
  9. Thanks school lover and ca you helped me a lot on double checking my answer

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  10. a
    c
    a
    c
    d

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  11. thank you

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    posted by mal
  12. @SCHOOLLOVER #4 IS NOT D BUT IT IS C

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    posted by bittybee
  13. Thank u <3 school lover<3 u gave me 100% on my Social Studies 7 B!!!!!!
    U DA BEST <3 SCHOOL LOVER<3 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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  14. oh.... srry, it actually WAS num. 4 : C.

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  16. thx school lover

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  17. thx school lover

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