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Chapter 20 The Growth of Nationalism. 1. Turn in 20.1 reading 2. Open text book to 20.1 3. Terms to Know – complete it and THINK about the terms, especially “nation-state” “ideology” “conservatism” and “liberalism” 4. Get notebook out TITLE: 20.1 Ideologies.

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Chapter 20 the growth of nationalism

Chapter 20The Growth of Nationalism

1. Turn in 20.1 reading

2. Open text book to 20.1

3. Terms to Know – complete it and THINK about the terms, especially “nation-state” “ideology” “conservatism” and “liberalism”

4. Get notebook out

TITLE: 20.1 Ideologies


Monday march 31 2014 chapter 20 the growth of nationalism

Monday March 31, 2014Chapter 20The Growth of Nationalism

1. Turn in 20.1 reading

2. Open text book to 20.1

3. Look at the TERMS TO KNOW from section 1, think about their meaning: “nation-state” “ideology” “conservatism” and “liberalism”

4. Get notebook out

TITLE: 20.1 Ideologies


20 1 ideologies

“-ism” = a belief in

20.1 Ideologies .

  • Prince Metternich

  • Basis for meeting

  • Restore balance of power

  • Payback for suffering caused by Napoleon

  • Restore royal families to power

  • Redraw map of Europe

    • Bel., Lux., Holland

    • Prussia given Rhineland

    • Austria given part of N. Italy

    • France surrounded by strong nations

    • German Confederation

  • Alliance: “Concert of Europe”

  • Idea of the Nation-state

  • All nations sent delegates to get what they wanted

    • Prince Metternich of Austria

    • Duke of Wellington (England)

    • Talleyrand – France

    • Prince Hardenberg – Prussia

    • Czar Alexander I - Russia

  • Wanted land back from Napoleon/France

  • Redrew map of Europe

  • Spread by France

  • Linked with Nationalism and “self-determination”

  • Caused 1830 and 1848 rebellions

    • France

    • Belgium

    • Poland

    • Italy

    • Germany

    • Czechs

    • Hungarians


Chapter 20 the growth of nationalism tuesday april 1 2014

Chapter 20The Growth of NationalismTuesday April 1, 2014

Turn in any 20.1 FIBs (that were due yesterday)

Open text book to 20.2

Answer these questions from 20.1:

20.1 Changes in Politics

In the 1830s uprisings quickly spread across Europe – where were they not crushed?

Who increased the power of the Catholic Church in France?

What did Napoleon III rule?

Describe the “Dreyfus Affair” and its outcome


Chapter 20 the growth of nationalism wednesday april 2 2014

Chapter 20: The Growth of NationalismWednesday April 2, 2014

Turn in any 20.2 FIBs not turned in yesterday

Turn in LANGUAGES FUEL NATIONALISM

OPEN TEXT BOOK 20.2

OPEN NOTEBOOK –

TITLE: 20.2 Eastern Europe

Name the empire nicknamed “the sick man of Europe”

Which nation(s) did Western Europe support in their rebellion against the Ottomans?

Which side did Europeans take in the Crimean War?

Which side did the Europeans take in the Russo-Turkish War?

Which czar expanded Russia’s educational system?


Chapter 20 the growth of nationalism

Linking ENLIGHTENMENT to REVOLUTION


Chapter 20 the growth of nationalism thursday april 3 2014

Chapter 20: The Growth of NationalismThursday April 3, 2014

Turn in any FIBs not turned in yet

Did you turn in yesterday's map?

OPEN TEXT BOOK 20.3 or have out the chart or FIB

OPEN NOTEBOOK – “20.3 Latin America”

Name the top of the Latin American social hierarchy, the group with the most powerful jobs:

The Catholic Church protested the mistreatment of which social group?

King Pedro declared independence for which country?

In 1838, the United Provinces of Central America split into (name the 5 countries):

CHAPTER QUIZ TOMORROW  Essay topics:

Two wars between Russia & Ottoman Empire

Liberation movement in Latin America (pick one)


Social hierarchy of spanish colonies

Social Hierarchy of Spanish Colonies

Peninsulares

Creoles

Mestizo

Mullato

Native Americans

Africans


20 3 social classes of latin america

20.3 Social Classes of Latin America


20 3 latin american nationalism

20.3 Latin American Nationalism


20 3 social classes of latin america1

20.3 Social Classes of Latin America


20 3 latin american nationalism1

20.3 Latin American Nationalism


Liberation posters

Liberation Posters

  • Leader (s)

  • Independence from…

  • …gain independence

  • How? Tell the “story”

  • Picture


Chapter 20 the growth of nationalism

Chapter 20: The Growth of NationalismFriday April 12, 2013

DBQ from yesterday:

  • The cost of war created a need for taxes

  • Slave owners would receive the death penalty (capital punishment)

  • Native Americans (Indians) would stop paying tribute (bribe money/extortion) to the Mexicans

  • Documents, writings, & trials would be published & not secret

  • Chapter 20 Quiz Today!

  • TURN IN 20 REVIEW HISTORY - CHECK if any of the “no name” work taped to your bin is YOURS!

  • KEEP any ungraded FIBs& turn in with the quiz

  • Take out notes, FIBs, and 20.3 chart

  • This will be a BUDDY QUIZ – no “groups of 3” – think about who your partner will be but STAY IN YOUR SEAT for now IF YOU DO NOT COME IN APPROPRIATELY THIS PRIVILEGE WILL BE TAKEN AWAY


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