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Respond to the prompt in your notebook truth or beauty which has a greater impact on society

Respond to the prompt in your notebook: "Truth or Beauty, which has a greater impact on society?”

  • Agenda

  • SSR Book

  • Pocket Dictionary

Your Philosophy Slam Extra Credit! 

Your Desk


Unit 3 14 the enlightenment day 62

Greeter

Unit 3.14 – The EnlightenmentDay 62

  • SWBAT analyze how the Enlightenment changed different aspects of society throughout the world.

Big Idea

"Every man lives by exchanging." — Adam Smith

HW

REL 602- Understand the dynamics between people, ideas, and so on in more challenging passages.

  • Enlightenment Philosopher Campaign Poster due on Thursday: 12.5.2013

  • Travel Blog: Modern Day Philosopher due on Thursday: 12.5.2013


Philosophy slams

Philosophy Slams?

  • Does anybody want to drop some knowledge?


Enlightenment philosopher campaign poster

Enlightenment Philosopher Campaign Poster!

  • Attention all world historians! There is going to be an election at MCP to select the most historically influential Enlightenment Philosopher.

  • You have been assigned to be the campaign manager for the Enlightenment Philosopher of your choice.

  • As the campaign manager, it is your job to create a poster that highlights why your Enlightenment Philosopher should be chosen as the most influential. Get ready to hit the campaign trail!


Travel blog modern day philosopher due thursday

Travel Blog: Modern Day Philosopher due Thursday!

  • What is an example of a modern day philosopher that has or will “enlighten” the world?

  • Choose an individual that you believe is a modern day philosopher.

  • Create a travel blog entry from the city where that person lives which explains what that person’s philosophy is and how it has or will influence the modern world.

  • As always, make sure to drop some knowledge!


Remember t he enlightenment

Remember, the Enlightenment?!

  • What?

    • Philosophical movement of intellectuals (people that dropped knowledge) who applied reason (a statement of fact to explain the way something is) to understand the world.

  • When?

    • Mostly in the 18th century (1700’s)

  • Who?

    • Enlightenment philosophers!

    • Philosopher: a person who studies ideas about knowledge, truth, the nature and meaning of life, etc.

  • Where?

    • Western Europe (including Italy, Germany, England, France)

  • Why?

    • Philosophers hoped that by using reason, they could make progress towards a better society.


The role of philosophy

The Role of Philosophy

  • To the philosophers, the role of philosophy was to change the world.

  • A philosopher is one who applies him or herself to the study of society with the purpose of making mankind better and happier.

  • The philosophers applied reason by using the scientific method to reach an understanding of all life.

  • The ideas of the Enlightenment would become a force for reform, and eventually, revolution.


Enlightenment philosophers

Enlightenment Philosophers!


Enlightenment philosopher primary source documents

Enlightenment Philosopher Primary Source Documents

  • Identify at least four words that are unfamiliar to you and define them.

  • Summarize the main idea of the primary source document in a 4-5 sentence brief paragraph. In other words, what is this philosopher saying?!

  • Articulate the historical significance of this document in a 4-5 sentence brief paragraph. In other words, why does this matter to us?!

  • Use all four words in your short paragraphs!


Jigsaw and stations

Jigsaw and Stations

  • Your teams will nominate a “secretary of _________” to be responsible for teaching the other students in the class about the Enlightenment’s impact on their aspect of society.

  • You will move to the different stations throughout the classroom to learn about the Enlightenment’s impact on the different aspects of society from the “secretary of ___________” at each station.


Exit ticket

Exit Ticket

  • Write a paragraph arguing which aspect of society the Enlightenment impacted the most and describe how there is still evidence of its impact in the world today!


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Your desk

Read, annotate, and answer the questions about the background essay regarding the American Revolutionary War.

  • Agenda

  • SSR Book

  • Pocket Dictionary

Your Desk


Unit 3 14 the enlightenment day 63

Greeter

Unit 3.14 – The EnlightenmentDay 63

  • SWBAT summarize the role the Enlightenment played in the American Revolution.

Big Idea

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.--That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.” – Thomas Jefferson in The Declaration of Independence

HW

REL 602- Understand the dynamics between people, ideas, and so on in more challenging passages.

  • Enlightenment Philosopher Campaign Poster due on Thursday: 12.5.2013

  • Travel Blog: Modern Day Philosopher due on Thursday: 12.5.2013


The american revolution

The American Revolution

  • What?

    • In response to unfair taxation and other issues, the American colonists revolted against the British rule, formed their own army, and declared their independence.

  • When?

    • 1764-1783 (end of the 18th century)

  • Who?

    • American Colonists

    • Remember, there were Loyalists (also called Tories or Royalists) too!

  • Where?

    • 13 American colonies (the Northeast of the modern day United States)

      • Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Virginia.

  • Why?

    • Many Europeans saw the American Revolution as the embodiment of the Enlightenment’s political dreams. This also led to the creation of the United States as an independent nation and the establishment of a representative democracy.


Tea taxes and the american revolution

Tea, Taxes, and The American Revolution

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HlUiSBXQHCw&list=PLBDA2E52FB1EF80C9&index=28

  • As you are watching this Crash Course video, write down what Enlightenment ideals were reflected in the American Revolution.


Gallery walk

Gallery Walk!

  • You will be walking throughout the room to read and analyze various historical documents from the American Revolutionary War.

  • You will write down your analysis of the historical documents in your notebook (in preparation for possibly leading the whole class discussion).


Exit ticket1

Exit Ticket!

  • Argue whether the American Revolution was, in fact, revolutionary? Make sure to include evidence from the documents you investigated today to support your argument.


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Read annotate and answer the questions about the background essay regarding the french revolution

Read, annotate, and answer the questions about the background essay regarding the French Revolution.

  • Agenda

  • SSR Book

  • Pocket Dictionary

Your Desk


Unit 3 14 the enlightenment day 64

Greeter

  • SWBAT summarize the role the Enlightenment played in the French Revolution.

Unit 3.14 – The EnlightenmentDay 64

Big Idea

“The secret of freedom lies in educating people, whereas the secret of tyranny is in keeping them ignorant.” - MaximilienRobespierre

HW

REL 502 - Understand relationships between people, ideas, and so on, in uncomplicated passages.

  • Enlightenment Philosopher Campaign Poster due on Thursday: 12.5.2013

  • Travel Blog: Modern Day Philosopher due on Thursday: 12.5.2013


The french revolution

The French Revolution

  • What?

    • During the French Revolution, French citizens razed and redesigned their country’s political landscape, uprooting centuries-old institutions such as absolute monarchy and the feudal system. Like the American Revolution before it, the French Revolution was influenced by Enlightenment ideals, particularly the concepts of popular sovereignty and inalienable rights.

  • When?

    • 1789-1799

  • Who?

    • Bourgeoisie (who led the peasants) called for reform. Also referred to as the third estate.

    • Aristocracy wanted to keep the monarchy and feudal system (first and second estates).

  • Where?

    • France, which is in Western Europe.

  • Why?

    • The French Revolution was a period of radical social and political upheaval in France from 1789 to 1799 that had a fundamental impact on French history and on modern history worldwide


The french revolution1

The French Revolution

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lTTvKwCylFY&list=PLBDA2E52FB1EF80C9

  • As you are watching this Crash Course video, write down what Enlightenment ideals were reflected in the French Revolution.


Partner document analysis

Partner Document Analysis

  • You will work with your seat partner to read and analyze historical documents and assess the Enlightenment’s impact on the French Revolution and the Reign of Terror.


Spontaneous debate

Spontaneous Debate!

  • Half of the class will be assigned to debate that the French Revolution was more revolutionary than the American Revolution.

  • The other half of class with debate that the American Revolution was more revolutionary than the French Revolution.


Exit ticket2

Exit Ticket!

  • Were the benefits of the French Revolution worth the costs of the Reign of Terror? Make sure to use evidence from what we learned today to support your argument.


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Your desk

Share with your seat partner who you blogged about as being a modern day philosopher and how that person has “enlightened” the world. Be prepared to share about your partner’s blog! 

  • Agenda

  • SSR Book

  • Pocket Dictionary

Enlightenment Philosopher Campaign Poster

Your Desk


Unit 3 14 the enlightenment day 65

Greeter

  • SWBAT argue who the most historical influential Enlightenment Philosopher was by creating a campaign poster.

Unit 3.14 – The EnlightenmentDay 65

Big Idea

“The only thing we require to be good philosophers is the faculty to wonder.” – JosteinGaarder in Sophie’s World

HW

SUP 602 - Power: Use details from different sections of some complex informational passages to support a specific point or argument.

  • Get ready for those OER’s!


Travel blogs

Travel Blogs!


Election 2013

Election 2013!

  • Based on your campaign posters, you will vote for who is the most historically influential Enlightenment Philosopher!


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