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What is a revolution? <br />Write a one paragraph response to the question in under 5 minutes.<br />Warm-Up<br />
How did the Scientific Revolution affect life in the past? Now? <br />Use examples of both time periods in order to compar...
Students will research the roots of the Scientific Revolution in order to describe influential scientists from the period ...
Objective and Warm-Up<br />INM: What is the Scientific Revolution?<br />GP: Who are the Scientists?<br />IP: Who would win...
The Playbill and the Biography are due by Wednesday.<br />You must email them to me by 5pm on Wednesday.<br />PROJECTS<br />
We now have a class website.<br />Find it at:<br />fairmontworldhistory.blogspot.com<br />It’s a work in progress… so don’...
Introduction to New Material<br />
Introduction to New Material<br />The Scientific Revolution was a new way of thinking about the world.<br />It occurred be...
Introduction to New Material<br />One of the most important achievements from the period is the scientific method.<br />Th...
You have a list of scientists from the period. <br />Listen carefully as you are assigned a group and scientists.<br />Aft...
Watch carefully to see what I do as we go over the first one together.<br />You will have to present your scientists at th...
Aristotle<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
Ptolemy<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
Copernicus<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
Tycho Brahe<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
Johannes Kepler<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
Galileo Galilei<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
Francis Bacon<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
Rene Descartes<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
Isaac Newton<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
Zacharias Janssen<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
Anton van Leeuwenhoek<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
Evangelista Torricelli<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
Gabriel Fahrenheit<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
Anders Celsius<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
Andreas Vesalius<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
Edward Jenner<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
Robert Boyle<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
Around the room you will find statements about the different scientists.<br />Some statements are ridiculous, while some a...
Guided Practice<br />Fahrenheit would defeat Celsius in a battle to the death.<br />Agree	<br />Disagree<br />I think that...
Get up with your group and walk around the room. <br />Agree with the statements, or disagree.<br />Don’t be afraid to arg...
Read pages 189 to 194 (which we have covered most of in class), and answer questions 1 through 8 on a separate sheet of pa...
How did the Scientific Revolution affect life in the past? Now? <br />Use examples of both time periods in order to compar...
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  1. 1. What is a revolution? <br />Write a one paragraph response to the question in under 5 minutes.<br />Warm-Up<br />
  2. 2. How did the Scientific Revolution affect life in the past? Now? <br />Use examples of both time periods in order to compare. <br />Include details and examples to support your response.<br />Write a one paragraph response to the question in under 10 minutes.<br />Exit Slip<br />
  3. 3. Students will research the roots of the Scientific Revolution in order to describe influential scientists from the period in a graphic organizer.<br />Agenda<br />
  4. 4. Objective and Warm-Up<br />INM: What is the Scientific Revolution?<br />GP: Who are the Scientists?<br />IP: Who would win in a battle to the death?<br />Exit Slip<br />Agenda<br />
  5. 5. The Playbill and the Biography are due by Wednesday.<br />You must email them to me by 5pm on Wednesday.<br />PROJECTS<br />
  6. 6. We now have a class website.<br />Find it at:<br />fairmontworldhistory.blogspot.com<br />It’s a work in progress… so don’t judge me just yet.<br />Announcement<br />
  7. 7. Introduction to New Material<br />
  8. 8. Introduction to New Material<br />The Scientific Revolution was a new way of thinking about the world.<br />It occurred between the early 1500s to the 1700s<br />Prior to this period, people believed in geocentric theory—the idea that the solar system revolved around the earth.<br />Afterwards, they believed in the heliocentric theory—the idea that the earth revolved around the sun.<br />
  9. 9. Introduction to New Material<br />One of the most important achievements from the period is the scientific method.<br />The scientific method is a logical procedure for gathering and testing ideas. <br />1. You observe a problem<br />2. You form a hypothesis based on an assumption.<br />3. You experiment. <br />4. You analyze data to reach a new conclusion. <br />
  10. 10. You have a list of scientists from the period. <br />Listen carefully as you are assigned a group and scientists.<br />After you have been assigned somebody, place a star (*) by their name.<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
  11. 11. Watch carefully to see what I do as we go over the first one together.<br />You will have to present your scientists at the front of the class.<br />Turn to page 189 in your book and help me!<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
  12. 12. Aristotle<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
  13. 13. Ptolemy<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
  14. 14. Copernicus<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
  15. 15. Tycho Brahe<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
  16. 16. Johannes Kepler<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
  17. 17. Galileo Galilei<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
  18. 18. Francis Bacon<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
  19. 19. Rene Descartes<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
  20. 20. Isaac Newton<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
  21. 21. Zacharias Janssen<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
  22. 22. Anton van Leeuwenhoek<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
  23. 23. Evangelista Torricelli<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
  24. 24. Gabriel Fahrenheit<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
  25. 25. Anders Celsius<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
  26. 26. Andreas Vesalius<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
  27. 27. Edward Jenner<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
  28. 28. Robert Boyle<br />Introduction to New Material<br />
  29. 29. Around the room you will find statements about the different scientists.<br />Some statements are ridiculous, while some are legitimate questions.<br />Use factual evidence from our presentations to get started. <br />Guided Practice<br />
  30. 30. Guided Practice<br />Fahrenheit would defeat Celsius in a battle to the death.<br />Agree <br />Disagree<br />I think that Fahrenheit would defeat Celsius in a battle to the death because his temperature system is used in the U.S. – the best country in the world.<br />Celsius would definitely win the battle, because most countries in the world use his temperature system. To think that something is the best because it is used in the U.S. is just arrogant.<br />
  31. 31. Get up with your group and walk around the room. <br />Agree with the statements, or disagree.<br />Don’t be afraid to argue with your classmates—but do it respectfully.<br />Independent Practice<br />
  32. 32. Read pages 189 to 194 (which we have covered most of in class), and answer questions 1 through 8 on a separate sheet of paper. <br />HOMEWORK<br />
  33. 33. How did the Scientific Revolution affect life in the past? Now? <br />Use examples of both time periods in order to compare. <br />Include details and examples to support your response.<br />Write a one paragraph response to the question in under 10 minutes.<br />Exit Slip<br />
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