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10 5 - the impact

  1. 1. The Impact of the Enlightenment<br />Revolutionary Change, Past and Present (Part 1)<br />
  2. 2. Everyone will participate today<br />Each assigned a number<br />Open folded paper<br />Remember number<br />When your number appears on the screen<br />Explosion will sound<br />You will be asked a question<br />Answer to the best of your ability<br />Activity Directions<br />#1<br />Pay Attention! <br />You will lose participation points if you do not respond promptly when your number appears.<br />4/5/2011<br />PCTI - Trentacost<br />2<br />
  3. 3. Do Now!<br />#2<br />#3<br />#4<br />How would you define the following term?<br />“Revolution”<br />Write down your own definition of Revolution now…<br />Which of the above definitions is the best?<br />4/5/2011<br />PCTI - Trentacost<br />3<br />
  4. 4. The Age of Enlightenment<br />Simply the Enlightenment<br />Era changed Western philosophy<br />Intellectual<br />Scientific<br />Cultural life<br />17th to 18th centuries<br />Reason = primary source for legitimacy<br />Review of the Enlightenment <br />4/5/2011<br />PCTI - Trentacost<br />4<br />#5<br />
  5. 5. Key Events Timeline<br />Dates<br />Important Events<br />~1540<br />~1680<br />1763<br />1775<br />1776<br />1780<br />1787<br />1789<br />4/5/2011<br />PCTI - Trentacost<br />5<br />
  6. 6. How are all of these events related to each other?<br />Essential Question<br />4/5/2011<br />PCTI - Trentacost<br />6<br />#6<br />
  7. 7. Absolute Monarchies<br />Several European nations<br />Main form of governing body<br />Changed by Enlightened Ideas<br />Government<br />People’s rights<br />Etc.<br />Success of change:<br />Limited at best<br />Most not formally change absolute rule<br />Monarchies and Absolutism<br />4/5/2011<br />PCTI - Trentacost<br />7<br />#7<br />
  8. 8. Enlightened Monarchs <br />4/5/2011<br />PCTI - Trentacost<br />8<br />
  9. 9. How effective was the enlightenment in changing life in European countries?<br />Essential Question<br />4/5/2011<br />PCTI - Trentacost<br />9<br />#8<br />
  10. 10. American Colonies<br />Controlled by England<br />13 “states”<br />Enlightenment Impact<br />Profound  major impact<br />Philadelphia <br />Chic, intellectual center<br />Benjamin Franklin<br />Diplomat, journalist, scientist<br />Traveled to Europe<br />Pivotal role in American Revolution<br />The American Revolution<br />4/5/2011<br />PCTI - Trentacost<br />10<br />
  11. 11. Jefferson and Paine (1776)<br />4/5/2011<br />PCTI - Trentacost<br />11<br />#9<br />
  12. 12. Written by Jefferson<br />Democracy = main idea<br />Formally declared separation for England<br />Thesis<br />List of Grievances<br />Results<br />Impact of Enlightenment<br />Locke  Natural Rights<br />Rousseau  Social Contract<br />Declaration of Independence <br />4/5/2011<br />PCTI - Trentacost<br />12<br />#10<br />
  13. 13. Legal explanation of government and law structure<br />Established the ideas of the Declaration<br />Bill of Rights<br />First 10 amendments<br />Changes<br />Outlined human rights<br />Enlightenment Ideas<br />Montesquieu<br />Balance of Power<br />3 branches<br />Locke  Deism <br />US Constitution<br />4/5/2011<br />PCTI - Trentacost<br />13<br />#11<br />
  14. 14. The Impact of the Enlightenment<br />Revolutionary Change, Past and Present (Part 2)<br />

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