Turn in 9.3 #3-7
Watch the two Ppts below.
Read Ch. 9.4
DO: 9.4 #3-6 on p 306 & #1-3 on p 307
READ: Chapter 8.2 Europe Faces Revolution.
DO: #3-8 on page 257.
Keep in mind, the Nationalistic revolutions in Europe occur just after the fall of the French Empire (under Napoleon). After years of war, now the people face revolutions. Don't they get tired of all this fighting? What do you think motivated such nationalistic feeling at this time in history? What was worth "it", worth fighting fiyet ANOTHER war
Quick Ppt lecture on S. American Revolutions and the concept of Nationalism.
READ: Ch 8.1
DO: create a 3 slide (minimum) Keynote on the iPad. Choose a person/group of persons, OR an event, OR a battle. (Other choices possible. See me with your ideas.)
Slide one: Basic and significant info on your chosen topic (person, place, event, battle, war)?
eg: Simon Bolivar, Peninsulares, Lima, Gran Columbia
Slide two: What role did your topic play in South America?
Slide three: What is the historical significance of your topic (why in the history books)?
On your own paper, for each of the multiple choice questions, write the CAPITAL letter representing the most correct answer. Black ink pen, please.
I will write two essay options on the board (A ,B, C, or D) and you will choose one of the two options on which to write your essay response. Essay prompts (all four) are included on the test document.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.
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