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1 Ch. 21 in class Tell me what you think an ABSOLUTE RULER is! (Opener) Think of the word ABSOLUTE carefully!

2 Ch Objectives To understand the meaning of ABSOLUTISM! To identify Absolute Rulers and where they ruled between ! Relate Absolutism in Europe to the Renaissance! Associate Absolutism with the future of world history after the renaissance!

3 Ch Absolutism A political system in which the power of a ruler is unchecked and absolute. Absolute Power corrupts absolutely What is GOOD about absolute power: * More gets done and quickly little debate or opposition if any. What is BAD about absolute power * Abuse and mistreatment of the people

4 Chapter 21- Absolutism *Spain Philip II extended Spain's power and helped establish a golden age. *France - Under the absolute rule of Louis XIV, France became the leading power of Europe. Russia - Czar Peter the Great and his successor, Catherine the Great, strengthened Russia and expanded Russian territory. Austria/Prussia - Two great empires, Austria and Prussia, rose out of the ashes of the Thirty Years' War Frederick the Great /Maria Theresa/Hapsburgs *England - During the 1600s, the British Parliament asserted its rights against royal claims to absolute power. (Remember the Magna Charta?) Charles I *Major 3 in US History WWI WWII Cold War on and on.

5 Ch. 21 Absolutism 1. Opener from the first slide 10 pts 2. Russia 10 facts 10 pts 3. Ch. 21 Assessment page 618 Main Ideas answer # 13 and 18 *Be detailed in your response *Quote evidence from the text use qoutation Marks on the quote and reference the page you Got the quote from! - 10 pts 4. Chapter 21 - Assessment : Page o A. Primary Source o o o o o B. Map *Questions Give the answer in a complete sentence not just the LETTER include a quote from the document and tell how the quote supports your answer! - * Map - I want you to explain WHY you chose the answer give evidence of why not just because it is right! 20 pts

6 Chapter 22-1 in class Use the internet Tell me what the ENLIGHTENment was -> How is your life and yourself influenced by this?

7 1. To understand what the ENLIGHTENMENT was 2. To relate the ENLIGHTENMENT and new ideas such as NATURAL RIGHT/de-emphasis on religion 3. Know what the SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION WAS 4. Relate the SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION to the ENLIGHTENMENT 5. Relate the AMERICAN REVOLUTION to the ENLIGHTENMENT Ch. 22 objectives

8 Ch. 22 Enlightenment and Scientific Revolution 1. The scientific revolution was the dawning of modern science during the early modern period Developments in mathematics, physics, astronomy, biology, medicine and chemistry transformed views of society and nature. 2. The Age of Enlightenment (or simply the Enlightenment or Age of Reason) was a cultural movement of intellectuals in the 17th and 18th centuries, first in Europe and later in the American colonies. Its purpose was to reform society using reason challenge ideas grounded in tradition and faith, and advance knowledge through the scientific method. It promoted science, skepticism and intellectual interchange It opposed superstition, intolerance and some abuses by church and state

9 1. Opener from the first slide 10 pts Ch. 22 Enlightenment and Scientific Revolution Use these sites to: 2. Identify 5 Enlightenment thinkers HOBBS/Locke and 3 others a. Tell 3 facts about each of the individuals you chose -what they are remembered for b. Who do you agree with (the most) about government Hobbs or Locke tell why! Identify 5 famous individuals of the Scientific Revolution a. Tell 3 facts about each of the individuals you chose -what they are remembered for Have a visual of each or a visual that represents their ideas or accomplishments Steps 2-4 = 30 pts o 5. Go to page 647 of the text answer questions 1-3 (Primary Source) answer in a complete sentence not just the LETTER include a quote from the document and tell how the quote supports your answer! 10 pts

10 CH. 22 PART 2 ENLIGHTNMENT and THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION LOOK UP AND RECORD THE MEANING OF REVOLUTION How does the term Revolution relate to Chapter 22? Overthrow of government: the overthrow of a ruler or political system Major change: a dramatic change in ideas or practice

11 Revolution In Science and Government Declaration of Independence Locke Inalienable Rights Can t be taken away Life Liberty Pursuit of Happiness (Property) Constitution We the PEOPLE Enlightenment ideas Lead to revolution (change)

12 Ch. 22 American Revolution and the Enlightenment 1. Opener - from the first slide 10 pts 2. American Revolution facts total - 20 pts 3. Chapter 22 - section 4 20 pts Identify 5 ENLIGHTENMENT ideas the Americans have actually put into practice who s idea was it and describe how it has been put into practice (643 of the text)

13 Ch in class Opener How does the topic of chapter 23 relate to the topic of chapter 22? Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any other. Abraham Lincoln French Revolution is based on ENLIGHTENMENT principles and the American Revolution different outcome though

14 Ch French Revolution - Napoleon Major objectives: Understand the Major events during the Reign of Terror during the French Revolution Identify the make-up of the social classes of 1st, 2nd and 3rd Estates prior to the French Revolution Understand the importance of the Tennis Court Oath

15 Rich V-Poor French Revolution Ch Absolute Ruler + Enlightenment Ideas = Revolution Equality, citizenship and inalienable rights. Estates = Social Classes 1 st Estate = Catholic Church Clergy 10% of the land paid 2% tax Helped the poor (Urban)? 2 nd Estate = Rich Nobles 2% of the Population 20 % of the land Almost no taxes These 2 do not like Enlightenment Ideas threatens them Both have all the privileges access to gov t offices/little to no taxes!

16 3 RD Estate = 97% of the people French Revolution Ch *Bourgeoisie (Middle Class) Bankers, Factory Owners, Merchants, skilled labor, professionals Could be wealthy - no privileges/ high Taxes *Urban Workers Very poor! Often unemployed *Peasants rural poor 80% of population High Taxes This is the basis of the Revolution Poor and /or left out of the system = discontent

17 French Revolution Ch in-class 50 points 1. Opener from the first slide 10 pts 2. French Revolution 10 facts 10 pts 3. By the end At least 3 facts about the: TENNIS COURT OATH 5 pts At least 5 facts that are EVENTS of the REIGN of TERROR 5 pts Highlight the facts in different colors 4. Over all Do you think the French Revolution was a success or a failure? Explain your answer in detail! 5 pts 5. Page 677 of the text Primary Source Q s #1 and 2 -> Tell me the letter that is correct with the full answer. Then defend the answer by quoting from the Primary Source directly 1 statement (in quotes) that you say makes the answer correct. 10 pts your answer is correct. 6. Chart -page 677 Q- #3- Correct Letter with Full answer then you explain why you think it is correct in a short statement. 5 pts

18 Ch in class Review Napoleon s rise to power and popularity Opener: Look up the NAPOLEONIC CODE tell me what it was and how it relates to the objective listed above! French Revolution Chaos HERO -> Coup d etat = Dictator!

19 Napoleon Rise to Power and Why was he so Popular 1. Opener from the fist slide 10 pts. 2. Napoleon - facts at least pts 3. Tell me 5 facts that you feel demonstrate how Napoleon rose to power in France. Explain how each fact demonstrates this. 15 pts 4. Tell me 5 facts that support the fact that Napoleon was popular in France explain how each one does so. 15 pts

20 Ch. 24 Revolutions in Latin America Review events that take place in Latin America leading to the independence of the vast majority of the Region! On How do the topics of Chapters relate to each other?

21 Independence!

22 Ch. 24 in class 1. Opener 10 pts 2. Simon Bolivar 20 facts then do Tell me what you say is the main idea of the program 4. identify 5 facts that support your main idea 5. Tell how each fact supports the main idea 20 pts 6. Go to page 705 of the text answer q s 1-2 {Primary Source} Letter and full answer +quote from the PS to defend both answers! 10 pts 7. Answer q- 3 about the picture and explain why you chose that answer! 10 pts

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