Journeyman Assignments

HISTORY

http://tudorhistory.org/monarchs - read Henry VII, Edward VI, Jane Grey

http://tudorhistory.org/calendar/rulers.html -read all

http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/ -browse through

http://www.elizabethi.org/us/ -Read "Mary -Try the Tudor trophy challenge!

http://elizabethan.org/compendium/succession.html

- Study up, you should know this well

http://elizabethan.org/compendium - Read Spain, France, Germany, Italy, and other despicable places

http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/Peerage1.htm - Look at the genealogical info for our family (click the crest) see if you can track down all the nobles in the guild.

- note who's related to whom among the major families

http://elizabethan.org/compendium/maps/masters/europe-1550-large.jpg

- just in case you were wondering about the rest of europe

http://elizabethan.org/compendium/map-england.html

- Be able to identify where the Montague family seat is located

RELIGION

http://elizabethan.org/compendium/11.html -Read "Comparative religion, the Catholics"

http://rickmk.com/rmk/Rosary/index.html -Learn the rosary in Latin with written and vocal renditions.

http://www.rosariesbyivajoyce.com/how_to_pray_rosary.htm

-Learn the structure of the rosary in English or Latin

Make or buy a rosary appropriate for your character

Attend the Renaissance Symposium classes, -"Comparative Elizabethan Religion" &

- "Saints and Friends of god"

http://tudorhistory.org/calendar/ctitles.html -Know who the pope is for our periods

GARB

Make a shirt/ chemise using the pattern or instructions from phase 1

(May be hand or machine sewn)

http://www.elizabethancostume.net -Read "Colors for lower class Elizabethan clothing"&

- "Color in Elizabethan Dress"

CHARACTER

http://www.sirclisto.com/66.html - Research your role or position

- Begin learning your trade -this is the time to get online and start finding your own sources

http://elizabethan.org/compendium -read " Language: Idiomatic Idiosyncrasies , More Language , Still More Language, Forms of Address for Non-Nobles, Proverbs & Wise Sayings

Take workshops for language/ speech

- Learn at least 2 songs or dances (an instrument is ok if you don’t sing)

ETTIQUITE

http://elizabethan.org/compendium -Serving, advanced repast and court. To Set a Fine Table, At the Sideboard: A Jack and a Gill Dinner at Cowdray House, 1595

http://elizabethan.org/compendium -understand the workings of the lower classes/ household, read the following: Services and Occupations, More Services and Occupations, Forms of Address for Non-Nobles, Paying the Servants, Staffing a Great Household, The Steward and His Office, The Steward in Matters Domestical, Masters & Servants, Household Management

http://elizabethan.org/compendium -understand the social structure, read the following: Patronage: Retinue, Companions, & Livery , Greasing the Wheels, Ranks & Files,

http://elizabethan.org/compendium - Learn how to address a noble, read the following: Titles and Forms of Address, Precedence, Preferment, & Attainder,

-Take symposium courses for interaction/acting development