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World History. October 21 to October 25. Agenda – Monday, Oct. 21. Editing Journal Mon – Thur due Friday Begin Chap 3.2 notes Review Point of View Essay – Hobbes vs. Locke HW – 8 terms pg. 114, Quests 3 – 5 pg. 119 Due Friday. October 21 Editing Journal .

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world history

World History

October 21 to October 25

agenda monday oct 21
Agenda – Monday, Oct. 21
  • Editing Journal Mon – Thur due Friday
  • Begin Chap 3.2 notes
  • Review Point of View Essay – Hobbes vs. Locke
  • HW – 8 terms pg. 114, Quests 3 – 5 pg. 119 Due Friday
october 21 editing journal
October 21 Editing Journal
  • on october 21 1520 magellan entered the straight that bares his name
  • alfrednobel was born on october 21 1833 this swedish inventers will has provided funds for the annual nobel prizes since 1901
  • On October 21, 1520, Magellan entered the strait that bears his name.
  • Alfred Nobel was born on October 21, 1833. This Swedish inventor’s will has provided funds for the annual Nobel prizes since 1901.
chap 3 2 the revolution unfolds
Chap 3.2 The Revolution Unfolds

1. Who is the Austrian the mob referring to?

1. Marie Antoinette

2. They believe the king and queen

are living in luxury and ignoring the

suffering of the people.

2. Why are the Parisian women so

angry with the king and queen?

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Chap 3.2 The Revolution Unfolds

- What was the crisis of 1789?

- What was the Great Fear?

  • NOTEBOOK Pg. 22

- Worst famine in memory. Hungry peasants roamed the cities. Bread prices soared.

- Rumors about attacks on villages and troops seizing crops, peasants unleashed fury on nobles stealing grain and setting fire to manors.

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Chap 3.2 The Revolution Unfolds
  • What were the
  • factions?

- Who was Marquis De Lafayette?

- Dissenting groups of people competing for power.

- Aristocratic “hero of two worlds” fought with Washington. Headed the moderate middle class militia called the National Guard that wore the tricolor red, white and blue.

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Chap 3.2 The Revolution Unfolds
  • What was the Paris Commune?

- More radical group that could mobilize neighborhoods for protests or violent action. Newspapers grew and some wrote scandalous stories about the royal family.

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Chap 3.2 The Revolution Unfolds

- What was the

National Assembly

Act?

  • After an all night meeting nobles voted to end privileges of hunting rights, legal status and exemption from taxes
  • However nobles did not really give up anything they already lost but it established:

Equality of all male citizens before the law

agenda tuesday oct 22
Agenda – Tuesday, Oct. 22
  • Editing Journal Mon – Thur due Friday
  • Read “Age of Enlightenment” Anser questions 1 - on OWN paper
  • HW – Read Olympe answer quests 1 – 3
  • HW – 8 terms pg. 114, Quests 3 – 5 pg. 119 Due Friday
october 22 editing journal
October 22 Editing Journal
  • the original new york metropolitan opera house opened on october 21 1797
  • franzliszt was born on october 22 1811 this nineteenth century hungarian gave his first piano concert at the age of nine
  • The original New York Metropolitan Opera House opened on October 21, 1797.
  • Franz Liszt was born on October 22, 1811. This nineteenth century Hungarian gave his first piano concert at the age of nine.
agenda wednesday oct 23
Agenda – Wednesday, Oct. 23
  • Editing Journal Mon – Thur due Friday
  • Review HW Questions 1 - 3 of Olympe de Gouges
  • Declaration of the Rights of Man and Women March on Versailles
  • HW – 8 terms pg. 114, Quests 3 – 5 pg. 119 Due Friday
october 23 editing journal
October 23 Editing Journal
  • this is the day when people in san juancapistranocalifornia watch as the swallows leave for a winter home further south
  • blanche scott became the first woman to fly solo in a airplane on this date in 1910
  • This is the day when people in San Juan Capistrano, California, watch as the swallows leave for a winter home further south.
  • Blanche Scott became the first woman to fly solo in an airplane on this date in 1910.
biography olympe de gouges
Biography – Olympe De Gouges
  • What actions or ideas of Olympe de Gouges stirred controversy?
  • What rights did de Gouges think women should have?
  • She wrote a play that attacked slavery, supported equal rights for women and was against execution of the King.
  • She believed women should have the right to vote, own property, hold office and receive govt jobs.
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Biography – Olympe De Gouges

3. What did de Gouges mean by the statement “Having become free, he has become unjust to his companion”?

*Bonus – How did she die?

3. She believed the Declaration of the Rights of Men should also include the right for Women. (Equal Rights for both)

*Bonus – Convicted of being an enemy of the revolution and executed by guillotine

the great fear peasant revolt july 20 1789
The Great Fear: Peasant Revolt (July 20, 1789)

Rumors that the King and the nobles were sending their military to attack peasants, pillage their land and put down the revolt.

bread riots
Bread riots
  • People were hungry; the country was broke.
  • This picture is from an all-woman bread riot.
slide18
“The French Plague”

Guillotine

French Rats

*Textbook

p.118

Monarchs from other European countries

What is the significance/importance of this cartoon?

It shows how the other European rulers feared the spread of the French Revolution

Catherine of Russian, the Pope, King Leopold, and King George III

The Revolution is portrayed as the Bubonic Plague (diseased Rats)

with the main killing machine, (guillotine) as the tail

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Chap 3.2 The Revolution Unfolds
  • List the rights that French men gained as a result of the Declaration of the Rights of Man? (115)
  • How did the Constitution of 1791 change the monarchy? (117)
  • What new powers did the Legislative Assembly have? (117)
  • What did King Louis try to do in June 1791? (118)

Notebook pg. 22?

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List the rights that French men gained as a result of the Declaration of the Rights of Man? (115)

Life, liberty, property

How did the Constitution of 1791 change the monarchy? (117)

It went from an absolute monarchy to a limited monarchy

(Constitutional Monarchy)

What new powers did the Legislative Assembly have? (117)

Collect taxes, and declare war or peace

What did King Louis try to do in June 1791? (118)

He tried to escape in disguise, but was caught and sent back to Paris. He was now hated more than ever. He became a traitor.

Notebook pg. 22

agenda thursday oct 24
Agenda – Thursday, Oct. 24
  • Editing Journal Mon – Thur, due Friday
  • Collect HW Olympe de Gouges
  • Declaration of the Rights of Man and Women March on Versailles
  • HW – 8 terms pg. 114, Quests 3 – 5 pg. 119 Due Friday
october 24 editing journal
October 24 Editing Journal
  • today is united nations day the charter for the united nations was signed today in 1945
  • sarajoseph hale was born on october 24 1788 we have her to thank for are celebration of thanksgiving
  • Today is United Nations day! The charter for the United Nations was signed today in 1945.
  • Sara Joseph Hale was born on October 24, 1788. We have her to thank for our celebration of Thanksgiving.
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Chap 3.2 The Revolution Unfolds
  • What is the

Declaration of the

Rights of

Man?

Textbook

Pg. 120

- What was the Women’s March?

NOTEBOOK Pg. 23

  • Based on the Amer. Dec of Independ. This constitution insisted that government protects natural rights of life, liberty and property for all citizens
  • Oct 5 in rain, 6,000 women marched 13 miles shouting “Bread!” Louis XVI returned to Paris was forced to stay at Tulieres palace for three years.
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Chap 3.2 The Revolution Unfolds
  • What was the fear of the emigres?

- Who were the sans culottes?

  • NOTEBOOK Pg. 23
  • European rulers increased border patrols to stop the “French Plague”. Emigres were nobles and clergy who fled France.
  • Working class men and women who pushed the revolution into more radical action. They wanted to establish a republic and get rid of the monarchy.
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