Explore how population growth and migration to cities challenged the power of political elites. IV Evaluate to what extent economic challenges and the Renaissance and Reformation movements changed traditional ideas about family in early modern Europe. V Explore how the persistence of folk ideas and religious authority continued to influence popular culture, leisure activities and rituals.
Art of the Western World: Influence of humanism on Catholic Reforms and Prot. Toward a New World-View: Compare and contrast the views of Hobbes and Locke on the nature of man and the best form of government.
How was their thinking shaped by English politics? OR FRQ 3 due: Describe, in detail, the key causes of the new way of thinking known as the Enlightenment. Presentation in class of your FRE.
Child-rearing Vocabulary Test 3: The Revolution in Politics S, E In this chapter you will be assigned one of the topics below concerning the Industrial Revolution.
The following questions should be considered in presentation: What were the factors that caused the Industrial revolution? What were the effects on the life of people and on traditional industry?
What were positive and negative effects of population growth that occurred during this time?
What were differences between the Industrial Revolution in Britain and on the continent? You will be given documents in the manner of a DBQ from which you will write an essay for presentation to the class. Ideologies and Upheavals Life in the Emerging Urban Society: The Age of Nationalism Chapter The French Revolution Thematic focus: all a.
discuss and collect assignments b. lecture 12 Week Topic Chapter The Age of Napoleon and the Triumph of Reason Thematic focus: all a discuss and collect assignments b lecture c.
new political boarders in Europe/map d. multiple choice test on chapters 19 & 20 Video: The French Revolution (from The History Channel) Video: Napoleon-- The Glory of France (A&E Biography) 1st Semester Final Exam information: The final exam will consist of 40 multiple-choice questions and 1 FRQ.
Chapter 18, 19 & 20 Unit 4: 21,22, 23, 24 Unit 5 Unit 5: Chapter 25, 26, and 27 Geography Practice AP REVIEW Blog Daily Objectives and Assignments Chapter 19 Homework Assignments (pp. ) chapter__sieg_doc The French Revolution and . THE RENAISSANCE (Weeks 1 and 2) 10/17 The Course of the French Revolution [C3] 10/19 The Course of the French Revolution (contin.) 10/20 Gains and losses for varying socio-economic groups, Napoleon enters the stage In this chapter you will be assigned one of the topics below concerning the Industrial Revolution.
Chapter 18 “The French Revolution” Ch 18 Section 1 The French Revolution Begins Poverty and deep social divisions were the backdrop of the French Revolution. On the eve of the revolution, financial crisis gripped the government of Louis XVI.
Chapter 6: Enlightenment and Revolution Previewing the Chapter In Europe, scientists question old ideas and use reason to make discoveries about the natural world.
Philosophers support the use of reason to reform government, religion and society. Enlightenment ideas are used to create a federal government in the newly created.