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New Unit! Unit 5: Revolution & Enlightenment. Unit 4 exam scores are in PowerSchool Unhappy with score? Retake in Tutoring but complete the review crossword first! – I have no extras, they are online for you to print Good time to start a new notebook

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new unit unit 5 revolution enlightenment
New Unit!Unit 5: Revolution & Enlightenment
  • Unit 4 exam scores are in PowerSchool
  • Unhappy with score? Retake in Tutoring but complete the review crossword first! – I have no extras, they are online for you to print
  • Good time to start a new notebook
  • Last day of Q3 is Thursday – grades are due at 2:00 Friday, “late work” is not a priority this week – it goes to the “end of the line”
  • Can clean out folder from old papers (if you do not plan on a retake)
  • Look over papers – think about what “revolution” means – all aspects
revolution

Your group will have 4 post-it notes:

  • Brainstorm & come up with these items as a group
  • 1 note – one word that is a synonym for “revolution”
  • 1 note – an example of a revolution or a person that lead a revolution (name it, don’t describe it)
  • 1 note – one word connected to “revolution,” helps to describe “revolution,” connected to it
  • 1 note – double-up on one of the other 3

Revolution!

revolution1

Find a quote about REVOLUTION

  • Get it approved by the teacher
  • Be able to explain it
  • Create a poster

Revolution!

wednesday march 12 2014
Wednesday March 12, 2014
  • I was sick yesterday, I’m still not well – I will get to grading things when I can – current work will be graded in time to count on Q3.
  • Turn in 18.1 & 18.2 FIBs
  • Open text book to 18.1
  • OPEN NOTEBOOK to new page. Title it:

SELECTING APPROPRIATE INFORMATION

  • While waiting – think about this question:

Why does it make sense the Scientific Revolution began in Astronomy?

To answer this, you need to think about the topics of Unit 4 and what used Astronomy.

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18.1 Scientific Revolution

the Earth is the center of the universe

SUN is the center of the universe

Poland

Astronomer

Noted the movement of the planets

Denmark

Astronomer

mathematician

  • Confirms Brahe
  • Planets move in ovals
  • Planets move around the sun (HELIOCENTRIC) 
  • Improved the telescope

Italy

Astronomer

Scientific method

Scientific method

  • Laws of force & motion
  • Calculus
  • Gravity

mathematician

France

True nature of fire

* red blood cells

*bacteria

Netherlands

Steam engine

need to be selective with information included in your essays fit to topic
Need to be selective with information included in your essays – “fit to topic”
  • Choose one monarch discussed in this chapter. Describe his or her accomplishments.
    • Oliver Cromwell or Louis XIV
    • Phillip II or Catherine the Great
    • “absolute monarch” or “forced to sign…”
    • “people rebelled” or “built a new grand capital”
  • Explain how England became a limited monarchy.
    • Test Act or Edict of Nantes
    • Act of Union or Act of Settlement
    • King executed for treason or The Restoration
    • Scots rebel or had Bible translated into English
which man confirmed the planets move around the sun

How did Descartes & Bacon contribute to the Scientific Revolution?

Which man confirmed the planets move around the sun?
  • Ptolemy
  • Copernicus
  • Brahe
  • Kepler
  • They were both philosophers
  • Bacon was from England
  • They both developed the Scientific Method
  • Descartes published Discourse on Method in 1637
explain newton s greatest discovery
Explain Newton’s greatest discovery.
  • He explained the laws of force and motion.
  • Gravity is the force that pulls objects towards each other. It depends on the mass of each object and the distance between.
  • He agreed the Earth and other planets move around the Sun but proved they move in oval paths, not “perfect circles.”
  • The reflector telescope he invented was more powerful. It used mirrors to gather light.
which men worked in the life sciences or medicine
Which men worked in the life sciences or medicine?
  • Copernicus – astronomer
  • Kepler – mathematician
  • Descartes – philosopher
  • Lavoisier – chemist
  • Leeuwenhoek – biologist
  • Watt – engineer
  • Linnaeus – biologist
which men worked in the life sciences or medicine1

Narrow down topic

Which men worked in the life sciences or medicine?

Focus on “direction”

What advances were made in

thelife sciences and medicine?

Now you have three categories – two given by the scientists (LIFE SCIENCE) while narrowing the topic, the third (MEDICINE) is given in the question. Using page 418, group SUPPORTING DETAILS into those three categories:

This will only be up during Bloomscene – then we will

switch to other questions.

Work on it & have things to share , or don’t and we have nothing to go over 

18 1 scientific revolution posters

18.1 Scientific Revolutionposters

Use the chart you were given to help

Name, science

(astronomy, philosophy, mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology)

New idea

Draw a picture (of the idea)

Any others like him, in his field?

Any other information?

(books written, years, nationality, etc)

the astronomer vermeer 1668
“The Astronomer” Vermeer, 1668

Think about all that we have been studying this semester:

Read the name of this painting and when it was painted then look at the painting – on a scratch piece of paper or in your notebook list everything you see or you are reminded of from our studies

** Middle Ages, Renaissance, Reformation, Age of Discovery & Exploration, Scientific Revolution, Enlightenment **

enlightenment1
ENLIGHTENMENT

Catherine the Great

salons

Rousseau

Natural Law

free market economy

enlightened despots

education for all

Thomas Hobbes

John Locke

Voltaire

Social Contract

Joseph II

direct democracy

Denis Diderot

Montesquieu

Frederick II

philosophes

Adam Smith

separation of powers

freedom of speech

18 2 enlightenment thinkers
18.2 Enlightenment Thinkers
  • Last chance to claim “no name work” (this class is all clear)
  • Finish posters by 12:20
  • Use your knowledge from 18.2 and the skills we practiced for “being selective” to answer the following in your notebook:
    • Give another name for “The Enlightenment.”
    • What new idea did Mary Wollstonecraft develop?
    • List several ways government and church officials (separately) tried to prevent the spread of new ideas during the Enlightenment.
    • What style of art developed during the Enlightenment?
18 2 enlightenment thinkers2
18.2 Enlightenment Thinkers

Influenced others to think how government is to work

Social Contract (sacrifice some freedoms to live in society)

England

Foundations of Declaration of Independence

Natural Rights – life, liberty, property

England

Established western economic idea of CAPITALISM

Free Market Economy

Scotland

Freedom of thought, expression, & religion

US Bill of Rights; French Dec. Rights of Man; censorship reduces

France

US, France, & Latin American nations have separate branches in government

France

Separation of Powers

Social Contract

(direct democracy)

Framework of US constitution and government

France

Encyclopedia of human knowledge

Learning from other’s knowledge to create best society

France

Women’s rights groups develop in England, US, and other places

England

Women’s equality

mary wollstonecraft
Mary Wollstonecraft

Mary Wollstonecraft was a British writer who supported improvements in the status of women. Her first jobs were teaching in schools and working in childcare. She then worked for the London publisher James Johnson, who published her most famous work, A Vindication of the Rights of Women, in 1792. The book called for equal education for women and men. It also argued that the educational system trained women to be incapable and irrelevant. Wollstonecraft said that equality in education would enable women to be better wives and mothers and to be involved in male-dominated professions.

That same year, she left Great Britain for Paris, France, to observe the French Revolution. After returning to London several years later, she joined an influential group, which included Thomas Paine. She married William Godwin, another member of the group, but died shortly after giving birth to their daughter, Mary.

A Vindication of the Rights of Women did not bring about any immediate changes in the British educational system. By the 1840s, however, American and British women who were fighting for women’s voting rights brought attention to her work.

  • In what fieldswere Mary Wollstonecraft’s first two job?
  • What did A Vindication of the Rights of Womencall for?
  • Who brought attention to Wollstonecraft’s work?
  • What issues may have been discussed in Wollstonecraft’s group?
tuesday march 12 2013 chapter quiz on thursday first grade of q4
Tuesday, March 12, 2013chapter quiz on THURSDAY (first grade of Q4)
  • Open notebook (new page) and text book (18.3.A) Title: 18.3 American Revolution
    • What was the result of the French and Indian War (1763)?
    • The British passed several laws and taxes in the 1760s – list them and the date they were passed
    • List at least two reactions that happened in the 1770s to the laws you just listed
tuesday march 12 2013 chapter quiz on thursday first grade of q41
Tuesday, March 12, 2013chapter quiz on THURSDAY (first grade of Q4)
  • Review graded work: Mary W #4: They were a group of men (Mary was the only woman) and would have discussed a variety of Enlightenment ideas such as freedom of speech, the purpose of government, human nature, and so on.
  • Open notebook (new page) and text book (18.3.A) Title: 18.3 American Revolution
    • What was the result of the French and Indian War (1763)?
    • The British passed several laws and taxes in the 1760s – list them and the date they were passed
    • List at least two reactions that happened in the 1770s to the laws you just listed
tuesday march 12 2013
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
  • Page 429 – MAP
    • ignore the dots in NC – add dots of Richmond & Yorktown in VA
    • the Delaware River is the border between NJ & PA
    • you can abbreviate the colonies
  • Page 812 – Declaration of Independence
      • read the document
      • answer the questions – USE YOUR OWN WORDS for 4-6 to prove you understand what it says
      • complete & turn in NOT HOMEWORK
  • Finished? Complete the 18;.3 FIB – due tomorrow
  • Chapter quiz on THURSDAY (first grade of Q4)
monday march 17 2014
Monday March 17, 2014
  • Turn in 18.3 FIB (and any 18.1 & 18.2)
  • Chapter quiz TOMORROW
  • Open text book to 18.3 – take out notebook
    • ListEnlightenment ideasused by America’s Founding Fathers
    • AMERICAN REVOLUTION:
      • First battle
      • Turning point
      • Final battle
      • Result/effects
    • How is the Constitution a “living document”?
18 3 events leading to the american revolution
18.3 Events Leading to the American Revolution

(Use your notes to put the events in this timeline)

FRENCH & INDIAN WAR

SUGAR ACT

STAMP ACT

1ST CONTINENTAL CONGRESS

BOSTON TEA PARTY

BOSTON MASSACRE

COMMON SENSE PUBLISHED

DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE SIGNED

one sentence summary

How to “introduce:” (1) include the topic given in the question (2) introduce the “answer” by summarizing/explaining it first

One Sentence Summary

Description/

Definition: A __________________ is a kind of _______________ that …

Compare/Contrast: ___x____ and ____y___ are similar in that they both …, but ___x___ …, while ___y____ …

Sequence: ______ begins with …, continues with …, and ends with … Problem-Solution: _________ wanted …, but …., so …

Cause/Effect: _________ happens because …. caused ….

1 point topic sentence, 1 point summary sentence, 4 points EXPLANATION, 1 point conclusion

Do not be afraid of phrases and expressions like “point of no return,” “no looking back,” “the beginning of complaints/frustrations/violence,” “the first bloodshed,” “started all the violence,” “created unity,” and other phrases like this DEPENDING ON THE EVENT YOU CHOSE

one sentence summary1
One Sentence Summary

Description/

Definition: A __________________ is a kind of _______________ that …

Compare/Contrast: ___x____ and ____y___ are similar in that they both …, but ___x___ …, while ___y____ …

Sequence: ______ begins with …, continues with …, and ends with …

Problem-Solution: _________ wanted …, but …., so …

Cause/Effect: _________ happens because …. caused ….

DUE AT THE END OF CLASS – you do not have the right to pick your own due date.

MUST HAVE PART B or I will not grade it.

tuesday march 18 2014
Tuesday March 18, 2014
  • Chapter 18 Quiz today
  • Turn in Declaration of Independence homework and any Concept Builders that were finished outside of class
  • Complete and turn in Chapter 18 Review – correct false statements
  • Take out 3 FIB’s – HOLD ANY UNGRADED FIB’s UNTIL AFTER THE QUIZ!
  • Take out your notebooks & turn to the first page with Chapter 18 notes (topic: SELECTING APPROPRIATE INFORMATION)
  • REMEMBER THE TIPS FROM THIS CHAPTER:
    • Be selective when shaping all answers
    • Follow the directions given
    • Pay attention to key words in questions
    • Support your thoughts with facts that fit
    • Prove facts fit by explaining your thoughts
part c short essay how to
Part C Short Essay “how to”
  • “Two Sentence Introduction”: (1) restate topic from question (2) summarize topic (define, compare/contrast, sequence, problem-solution, cause/effect)
  • Describeadvances made in life sciences and medicine as a result of the Scientific Revolution.
  • ConnectEnlightenment influence to the creation of the U.S. Constitution.
  • From there, transition into your description/connection
  • END WITH A CONCLUSION!
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