The Storming of the Bastille and the formation of the National Assembly.
Time to research for "What's Happening" report and begin planning your presentation (both due Friday)
Reports are individual, but the oral presentation is a group effort. Meet with others in your group!
Read and Outline 7.3
Meet w/region groups to decide who will present what.
Turn in written reports
7.2 Questions 3, 4, 5, 7, & 8.
Short film on the French Revolution
Full explanation on the "What's Happening" assignment and time to begin research for next Friday's report turn in and oral report.
The American Revolution was a direct result of Enlightenment thinking and deeply influenced (perhaps even caused) the French Revolution.
Two Ppts on the American Revolution and the development of our form of government (The Republic).
Test on Ch 6 on Monday. (you may have a 3x5 note card to use on the test)
Ppt lecture on the Philosophes and their theories.
Emphasis on Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, and Montesquieu.
How theses ideas changed history and influenced the creation of the USA.
The Enlightenment ideas of human rights, scientific advancements, etc. spread across W. Europe. What was so radical about these ideas? What impact did they have upon the power of The Church, Governments, and Society?
Read 6.2 and answer questions:
Turn in at end of class (EOC)
Two Ppt lectures on 1) Scientists and great thinkers of the Renaissance through the Enlightenment/Age of Reason and 2) Significant inventions, discoveries, and ideas that altered how and what we think and understand.
Make a mini poster on