The Enlightenment andDemocratic Revolutions: Part 2
Homework: Due Thursday/Friday American Revolution: The Birthplace of a Republic-Chapter 6,Section 4Answer Questions 1 and 3 for Chapter 6, Section 4 French Revolution: Revolution Threatens the French King-Chapter 7,Section 1Answer Question 2, Chapter 7, Section 1- Web Diagram of the Causesof the French Rev. Bring Textbook on Thursday/Friday
Learning Objectives Retain Material about the Enlightenment from Last Week Understand how the Enlightenment led to the AmericanRevolution Comprehend how Enlightenment ideals were the basis ofthe Declaration of Independence and the Constitution
Warm Up Which Enlightenment thinker do youthink was most impactful on theAmerican Revolution?
Make a Flashcard for your FavoriteEnlightenment Thinker On the Flashcard, include: -Their contributions to the Enlightenment -Ways in which their thoughts and ideas have helped tocreate the modern American government -An image which describes the time period they wereliving in
Matching: Next to each idea, write thename of the thinker or thinkers -People have the right to rebel against an unjust ruler orgovernment -There should be separation of powers in the government -Religious and Individual Freedom for the People -Habeas Corpus (NO CRUEL OR UNUSUAL PUNISHMENT) -People have natural rights that should be protected by thegovernment -Women’s Rights
The Declaration of Independence Drafted by Thomas Jefferson in 1776 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v g0UV1kHYSkWhy were colonists supporting going to war?Why were colonists against going to war?
The US Constitution -After realizing the Articles of Confederation did not givethe government enough power, a ConstitutionalGovernment was created -The writers of the Constitution based it off the thinkers ofthe Enlightenmenta.Distrust of one person or people becoming too powerfulb.System of checks and balances on the governmentc.Maintaining State and Local branches of government
Reviewing England’s path to Democracy The Magna Carta-1215: Granted more rights to the people andseparated the different parts of government into three branches Parliament-1300’s: The legislative branch of the English government Glorious Revolution-1689: Oliver Cromwell leads a revolution againstthe King of England (James II) and starts a new govt. Constitutional Monarchy-1689: William and Mary are crowned anda constitution is established, granting rights to the English people The English Bill of Rights-1689: Limits the power of the King andQueen
Make a Flowchart of the GloriousRevolution James II Oliver Cromwell Establishment of a Constitution English Bill of Rights William and Mary
Homework American Revolution: The Birthplace of a Republic-Chapter 6,Section 4 Answer Questions 1 and 3 for Chapter 6, Section 4 French Revolution: Revolution Threatens the French King-Chapter 7,Section 1 Answer Question 2, Chapter 7, Section 1- Web Diagram of theCauses of the French Rev. Bring Textbook on Thursday/Friday
The French Revolution (1789-Late 1790’s)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v 8K1CzqG-jrIWhile watching this clip, write down keyideas and vocabulary words about theFrench Revolution
The French Revolution The Estates- The different classes of people in the French government Aristocrats- Rich people (2nd Estate) The Estates General (Assembly in which all the Estates were represented) Enlightenment ideas had entered people’s ears Wars were costing money all the time (French and Indian War-England:17541763)(American Revolution- England: 1775-1781)
The Three Estates of France 1st Estate Clergy 2nd Estate Nobility 3rd Estate Poor Common People Over 90% of France’s population 3rd Estate
Declaration of the Rights of Man and ofCitizen August 26th, 1789 What similarities do you see between this document andThe Declaration of Independence and the English Bill ofRights?
Storming the Bastille- July 14th, 1789
The Woman’s March
The Guillotine and Robespierre
Groups-French Revolution DBQ Packet
Put the French Revolution into SPERM What were the Social Causes of the French Revolution? What were the Political Causes of the French Revolution? What were the Economic Causes of the FrenchRevolution? What were the Religious Causes of the French Revolution? What were the Military Causes of the French Revolution?
Make a Flow Chart Starting from the Magna Carta and ending withthe French Revolution, make a flow chart thatshows who Democratic events progressed inEngland, France, and the United States andconnect these Democratic events to the ideas ofthe Enlightenment
The French Revolution The Estates-The different classes of people in the French government Aristocrats-Rich people (2 nd Estate) The Estates General (Assembly in which all the Estates were represented) Enlightenment ideas had entered people’s ears Wars were costing money all the time (French and Indian War-England:1754-1763)
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Enlightenment and Revolutions HW Packet #2 – Honors (Ch. 6, 7, 8) Name: _ Essay Explain how the Enlightenment caused the American, French, and Latin American Revolutions? Remember your essay should start with an introduction, have at least 3 paragraphs of evidence in the body, and finish with a conclusion.
Chính Văn.- Còn đức Thế tôn thì tuệ giác cực kỳ trong sạch 8: hiện hành bất nhị 9, đạt đến vô tướng 10, đứng vào chỗ đứng của các đức Thế tôn 11, thể hiện tính bình đẳng của các Ngài, đến chỗ không còn chướng ngại 12, giáo pháp không thể khuynh đảo, tâm thức không bị cản trở, cái được
Chapter 24 Nationalist Revolutions Sweep the West (1789-1900) Latin America Colonial society with . Creoles Mestizos Mulattos Enslaved Africans Native American Indians Latin American Revolutions Enlightenment Ideas Locke Paine Voltaire Montesquieu . Chapter 24 Nationalist Revolutions Sweep the West .File Size: 1MB
Enlightenment has its own unique history and it produced many remarkable intellectuals. Furthermore, the Enlightenment had major impact on future events, continuing to this day. Some of the key themes of the Enlightenment include the belief in progress and tolerance and faith in reason. One historian notes that Enlightenment thinkers were trying
The Enlightenment (The Age of Reason) What was the Enlightenment? ! What does “enlightenment” mean? " Higher understanding of a particular idea ! The Enlightenment was an intellectual movement in Europe during the mid-to-late 1700ʼs " Changing ideas of government and society .