This lesson plan on theocracy and the divine right of kings is the penultimate (i.e. number ten) of eleven in a unit (see above and below) on the origins of religion and philosophy.
This lesson opens with this context clues worksheet on the noun theocrat. If the lesson continues into a second dayand you want a second context clues worksheet, here is another on the adjective infallible. The mainstay of this lesson is this two short readings with comprehension questions to help students understand the way that religion undergirded royal power for centuries in Europe.
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