The Bubonic Plague in the fourteenth century in England



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The Bubonic Plague in the fourteenth century in England
Between 1347 and 1351, it is estimated that 75 million people died in Europe, Asia, and Africa. In England alone, 1/3 of the population died in this 5 year period.
The cause: The Bubonic Plague also known as the Black Death.

Task 1: Questions to be addressed in this lesson:




  1. What was the plague? (2 types)

  2. What were the symptoms of the plague?

  3. What did people think caused the plague?

  4. What really caused the Plague?

  5. How did they try to escape the plague?

  6. How did they treat the plague?

  7. Where is the plague now?


Task 2: Begin filling in Epidemic Disease matrix for the Black Plague. (Handout 3)


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