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World History 2 September 15 – 19 . Science Politics Values . Renaissance and Science September 15. Mechanical Clock – Brunelleschi – 1410 Printing Press- Gutenberg – 1440 Microscope – Janssen – 1590 Flush Toilet – 1596 Telescope – Lippershey – 1608.

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World history 2 september 15 19

World History 2September 15 – 19

Science

Politics

Values


Renaissance and science september 15
Renaissance and Science September 15

  • Mechanical Clock – Brunelleschi – 1410

  • Printing Press- Gutenberg – 1440

  • Microscope – Janssen – 1590

  • Flush Toilet – 1596

  • Telescope – Lippershey – 1608


Renaissance and science september 151
Renaissance and Science September 15

  • Astronomy

  • Ptolemy – AD90 – Egypt – location of sun, planet, and stars

  • Copernicus – 1500’s – Heliocentric Theory - Why did he not publish?

  • Lippershey and Janssen

  • Galileo Galilei – telescope - 1609


Homework assignment september 15
Homework AssignmentSeptember 15

  • Your assignment is to choose an invention that occurred during the Renaissance Period.

  • You must write a one page paper explaining the significance of this invention.

  • You must use at least two sources and cite these sources using MLA format.


Mla format
MLA Format

  • You cannot use Wikipedia as a source. - you can use sources listed on Wikipedia, but not the page itself.

  • If the page does not have an author, do not use it.

  • www.easybib.com


Mla format1
MLA Format

  • Last Name, First Name.“Name of the Article”Name of Website/Database.Publisher (First Name then last name). Online Publication Date.Date you accessed.<URL>

  • Vallery, Nick. “The Flush Toilet Is The Greatest Invention.” Intelligent Life. Jan. 2002.7, Sept. 2013. <http://moreintelligentlife.com/content/ideas/flush-toilet-greatest-invention.>


Mla format2
MLA Format

  • In-text citation

  • The Flush toilet was invented in 1596 (Vallery, 2002).

  • Name of the author or website, year of publication

  • Place in parentheses)

  • Punctuation after parentheses


Scientific advancements september 16
Scientific Advancements September 16

  • Advancements

  • Education - Greek/Roman- thirst for knowledge

  • Printing Press-Availability of printed material

  • Challenges

  • Church - teachings of the church

  • Experimentation and Logic over faith

  • Galileo and Heresy


Politics september 17
Politics September 17

  • Monarchy - form of government in which sovereignty is actually or nominally embodied in a single individual.

  • Feudal Society of Medieval Europe

  • Divine Right

  • Absolutism


Political thinkers september 17
Political ThinkersSeptember 17

  • Niccolo Machiavelli:The Prince- Hereditary Ruler: accustom - New Ruler: stability of power - people are corrupt - trick enemies and people for good of the state - fear vs. love - Machiavellian

    “And the prince who has relied solely on their words, without making preparations, is ruined.


Political thinkers september 171
Political ThinkersSeptember 17

  • Thomas More: Utopia - Utopia: No Place- Ideal Society without corruption, greed, war - Intellectual Power -Social and Political equality for all


Monarchy
Monarchy

Complaints

New Thinking

  • Your task is to create a T-chart in your notebook. On one side you will write complaints against Monarchy. On the other you will write why these complaints led to new ways of political thinking. This will be due at the end of the hour.


Legacy of the renaissance september 18
Legacy of the RenaissanceSeptember 18

  • What values were prevalent during the Renaissance?

  • How do these values differ from previous values during Medieval Europe.

  • What were some of the accomplishments that resulted from these values?


Changing of values september 18
Changing of Values September 18

  • What do you value today?

  • How is this different from your parents or people from different generations?

  • Why do we see a shift values?


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