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  1. Table of Contents Table of Contents

  2. QUESTION What are primary and secondary sources?

  3. Primary Sources Sources used for research that come directly from the time period being. Examples: Diary, Photos, New Papers from that time period, Interview with people who where there, Letters, Government documents.

  4. Secondary Sources Sources used for research that were created after the fact. Examples: Textbooks, Current news articles or documentaries about historical events, Internet Sites.

  5. QUESTION Was the video you watched yesterday a Primary or Secondary Source? Explain?

  6. What is Nationalism?

  7. Definition of Nationalism 1. National spirit or aspirations. 2. Devotion and loyalty to one's own nation; patriotism. 3. Excessive patriotism.

  8. How do People Show Nationalism?

  9. Can Nationalism be dangerous?

  10. Road to War WWII Video C-Notes

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  12. Activity Complete the “Nationalism” reading and worksheet Tape the work sheet to NB Page 78

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  14. The Roman Legacy Art and Architecture

  15. Art and Architecture • Statues • Dome • Columns • Mosaics

  16. Roman Art Tarantine grave relief, ca. 325–300 B.C.Greek, South Italian (Tarantine)Limestone; H. 23 in. (58.5 cm)Fletcher Fund, 1929 (29.54) This grave relief is a fine example of the kind of frieze used for grave monuments in the wealthy Greek colony of Taras in southeastern Italy, a critical location along the trade routes between Greece and Italy.

  17. Roman Art The traditional Roman concept of virtue called for old-fashioned morality, a serious, responsible public bearing, and courageous endurance in the field of battle. Prestige came as a result of age, experience, and competition among equals within the established political system. These are the values expressed in portraits of grim-faced, middle-aged men. Portrait bust of a man, 1st century B.C., Republican RomanMarble; H. 14.37 in. (36.5 cm)

  18. Roman Art This wall painting depicts a statue of Diana-Lucia bearing torches, within a larger shrine. The statue's yellow color and composition are suggestive of a bronze or perhaps gilded bronze sculpture Fresco wall painting in a bedroom from the Villa of P., ca. 40–30 B.C.; Late Republican Roman

  19. Roman Art Augustus with Romulus

  20. Roman Art Roman Mosaics

  21. Roman Art Mosaics

  22. Roman Architecture The Arch of Titus, 81 AD

  23. Roman Architecture The Arch of Constantine, 312 AD

  24. Bas-relief on the Constantine’s Arch

  25. Roman Architecture Trajan’s Column

  26. Detail of Trajan’s Column Roman Architecture •

  27. Roman Architecture Coliseum In Rome

  28. Roman Architecture Pantheon Rome

  29. Roman Architecture Pantheon Rome

  30. Roman Architecture The Pantheon is a building in Rome which was originally built as a temple to the seven deities of the Roman state religion. But has been a Christian church since the 7th century. It is the best-preserved of all Roman buildings and the oldest important building in the world with its original roof intact. It has been in continuous use throughout its history.

  31. ROMAN influence on the USA Jefferson Memorial In Washington DC, influenced by the Roman Pantheon

  32. ROMAN influence on the USA Jefferson Memorial In Washington DC, influenced by the Roman Pantheon

  33. ROMAN influence on the USA National Capital building In Washington DC. This is where our congress meets

  34. ROMAN influence on the USA Lincoln Memorial In Washington DC

  35. ROMAN influence on the USA Washington Monument In Washington DC, Where Dr. Martin Luther King delivered his famous “I Have a Dream” speech.

  36. Roman Architecture Roman Forum (Public Gathering Place)Constructed over 150 years from 46 B.C. to 113 A.D. )

  37. ROMAN influence on the USA National Mall In Washington DC, Where

  38. Compete your Work Sheet Consider the adaptations, modifications made by Romans and their influence on American architecture. Please ask permission to change the Slide if you need to see a particular photo again. Put your completed assignment in the basket

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  40. What do you think Population Pyramids are used for?

  41. Population pyramids are used to show information about the age and gender of people in a specific country. Male Female There is also a high Death Rate. In this country there is a high Birth Rate Population in millions This population pyramid is typical of countries in poorer parts of the world.

  42. Pyramid … Triangle Female Male Population in millions Less developed Status … focusing on the larger amounts of children at the bottom and the slimming numbers of elderly at the top – more schools (less nursing homes) .. More agriculture to feed kids … literacy rate lower … average life expectancy lower

  43. Developed Pyramid Female Male More Developed … number of children low … number of elderly high … women outliving men is due to the increase of stress levels affecting men

  44. Male Female Population in millions In the future the elderly people will make up the largest section of the population in this country. In this country the birth rate is decreasing. This is happening more and more in many of the world’s richer countries.

  45. Male Female Population in thousands This country has a large number of temporary workers. These are people who migrate here especially to find a job.

  46. December

  47. QUIZ Review Fruit Melon Grapes Apple Banana Orange

  48. Command Economy Traditional Economy Market Economy Supply and Demand Secondary Industry Tertiary Industry