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091409 Wh French Revolution 50m

  1. 1. Good Day! DRAW A LINE SEPARATING TODAY & YESTERDAY 1) Write: Date: 09/13/09 , Topic: Enlightened Despots 2) On the next line, write “ Opener #12 ” and then: 1) Plot your mood, reflect in 1 sent . 2) Respond to the opener by writing at least 2 sentences about : Your opinions/thoughts OR/AND Questions sparked by the clip OR/AND Summary of the clip OR/AND Other things going on in the news. Announcements: None Intro Music: Untitled
  2. 3. Work #12a , Title “ Opener Shareout ” Pick 1 thing from your opener to share with your partner. 1) Each of you sign your name in your partner’s workbook under 1) to verified you’ve shared.
  3. 4. Pick 1 news story to share with your partner. 2) Each of you sign your name in your partner’s workbook under 1) to verified you’ve shared.
  4. 5. Work #12a , Title “ Team Cheer ” 1) Again, write down your team number AND team name (country) Each team needs to develop a victory cheer (this could be verbal, song, sound, a physical motion, or mixture of those. It must be school appropriate and all team members must feel comfortable with the cheer. 2) Write down the instructions for your team cheer
  5. 6. Participation ( 10 points a week ) Negative Mark: Minus 2 Points Each 0 Check: 6 Points 1 Check: 7 Points 2 Checks: 8 Points 3 Checks: 9 Points 4 Checks: 10 Points 5 Checks: 11 Points (+1 EC) 6 Checks: 12 Points (+2 EC) 7 Checks: 13 Points (+3 EC) 8 Checks: 14 Points (+4 EC)
  6. 7. Agenda 1) Study Guides and Team Cheers 2) French Revolution Shows 3) Rest of Europe during Enlighten. Essential Question 1) What’s happening in the rest of Europe? Reminder 1) Test 1 on Block Day
  7. 8. Review 1) Locke (1632) : People born with rights ( natural rights ). Ppl exchange obedience for protection of these rights ( social contract ). 2) Rousseau (1712) : Ppl born free, but old govs oppress people. Ppl better off free. The will of the majority should rule . Ppl should obey the common good (what’s good for the majority).
  8. 9. “ A man…having in the state of nature no arbitrary power over the life liberty or possession of another but …can give up to the commonwealth and by it to the legislative power so that the legislative can have no more than this.” -John Locke
  9. 10. 3) Voltaire (1694) : Freedom ( esp speech ) above all must be protected so reason can solve our problems.
  10. 11. “ All men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness . That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men .” -Thomas Jefferson
  11. 12. Review: Problems before French Revolution a) Enlightenment Ideas : Ideas of equality spread b) King Louis XVI : Weak, indecisive, wanted to please everyone. c) King’s Debt : Wars with UK (FI War and US rev, 50% taxes go to pay interest on debt. Inflation b/c king prints money. Begins taxing nobles. d) Nobles : Want king to give up power like UK. e) Bourgeoisie : Wanted power nobles enjoyed. f) San-culottes : Inflation and poor crops make bread unaffordable. Nobles want to tax poor. g) Famine : Rare harsh winter destroys harvest 1st: Clergy 2 nd : Nobles 3 rd : Reg Ppl
  12. 13. 6) Problems before French Revolution a) Enlightenment Ideas : Ideas of equality spread 1st: Clergy 2 nd : Nobles 3 rd : Reg Ppl
  13. 14. 6) Problems before French Revolution b) King Louis XVI : Weak, indecisive, wanted to please everyone. 1st: Clergy 2 nd : Nobles 3 rd : Reg Ppl
  14. 15. 6) Problems before French Revolution c) King’s Debt : Wars with UK (FI War and US rev, 50% taxes go to pay interest on debt. Inflation b/c king prints money. Begins taxing nobles. 1st: Clergy 2 nd : Nobles 3 rd : Reg Ppl
  15. 16. 6) Problems before French Revolution e) Bourgeoisie : Wanted power nobles enjoyed. 1st: Clergy 2 nd : Nobles 3 rd : Reg Ppl
  16. 17. 6) Problems before French Revolution f) San-culottes : Inflation and poor crops make bread unaffordable. (Nobles want to tax 3 rd E.) 1st: Clergy 2 nd : Nobles 3 rd : Reg Ppl
  17. 18. 6) Problems before French Revolution g) Famine : Rare harsh winter destroys harvest 1st: Clergy 2 nd : Nobles 3 rd : Reg Ppl
  18. 19. 6) Problems before French Revolution a) Enlightenment Ideas : Ideas of equality spread b) King Louis XVI : Weak, indecisive, wanted to please everyone. c) King’s Debt : Wars with UK (FI War and US rev, 50% taxes go to pay interest on debt. Inflation b/c king prints money. Begins taxing nobles. d) Nobles : Want king to give up power like UK. e) Bourgeoisie : Wanted power nobles enjoyed. f) San-culottes : Inflation and poor crops make bread unaffordable. Nobles want to tax poor. g) Famine : Rare harsh winter destroys harvest 1st: Clergy 2 nd : Nobles 3 rd : Reg Ppl
  19. 20. Review 7) Estate General, May 1789 : France’s parliament, last assembled 1614, to fix these problems. Each estate 1 vote, so 1 st and 2 nd override 3 rd .
  20. 21. Review 8) Tennis Court Oath : 3 rd Estate wanted to voted by head, not by estate ( 1+2: 591, 3: 610). Locked out of the meeting hall, they went next door to swear to create their own new National Assembly and a constitution .
  21. 22. Power is not given, it’s created!
  22. 23. 9) Storming of the Bastille (July 14, 1789, French Independence Day) : King call Swiss troops to Paris, 3 rd estate storm Bastille prison in search for gunpowder. REVOLUTION BEGINS!
  23. 24. 10) Robespierre (1758-1794) : Short gifted speaker becomes leader of the revolution + one of history’s bloodiest leaders.
  24. 25. Work #10a , Title “ Team Project ” a) Director: Executes the instructions, maintains morale through compliments, maximizes everyone’s contribution, guides group research and ensures the task done educationally/factually , and holds a larger responsibility for the task ( Fills out project sheet, +- 2 EC point ). b) Script Writer: Writes the team product. c) Actor 1: Presents team findings to the class. d) Actor 2: Presents team findings to the class. Task: Read your section and create a short scene to act Work Product: Performance + Script In Your Workbook: 1) What are the key events happening in your section? Leader Pick Up: Make eval envelopes
  25. 26. http://www.euratlas.com/big/big1800.htm#%20here Every monarchy somewhat effected by Englig
  26. 27. Notes #12a , Title: “ Enlightened Despots ” US Revolution: 1776, French Revolution: 1789 1) Absolute Despot : Ppl serve me 2) Enlightened Despot : I serve the ppl 3) Catherine the Great (Russia: 1762–1796) : a) Tried enlit. reforms but stopped when ppl revolted b) Focused on “ rational ” reorganization of gov 4) Frederick the Great (Prussia:1740–1786) : a) Like Catherine, tried to make gov more efficient b) Helped make Prussia ( pre-Germany ) powerful 5) Joseph II of Austria (Austria: 1780–1790) : a) Forces nobles to pay taxes and banned serfs b) Allowed religious other that Catholicism and took church land to help the people c) Mandated all people speak German “He was unfortunate in everything he undertook.”
  27. 28. Notes #12a , Title: “ Enlightened Despots ” US Revolution: 1776, French Revolution: 1789 1) Absolute Despot : Ppl serve me
  28. 29. Notes #12a , Title: “ Enlightened Despots ” US Revolution: 1776, French Revolution: 1789 2) Enlightened Despot : I serve the ppl
  29. 30. Notes #12a , Title: “ Enlightened Despots ” US Revolution: 1776, French Revolution: 1789 3) Catherine the Great (Russia: 1762–1796) : a) Tried enlit. reforms but stopped when ppl revolted b) Focused on “ rational ” reorganization of gov
  30. 31. Notes #12a , Title: “ Enlightened Despots ” US Revolution: 1776, French Revolution: 1789 4) Frederick the Great (Prussia:1740–1786) : a) Like Catherine, tried to make gov more efficient b) Helped make Prussia ( pre-Germany ) powerful
  31. 32. Notes #12a , Title: “ Enlightened Despots ” US Revolution: 1776, French Revolution: 1789 5) Joseph II of Austria (Austria: 1780–1790) : a) Forces nobles to pay taxes and banned serfs b) Allowed religious other that Catholicism and took church land to help the people c) Mandated all people speak German d) Every group of Austrians found reason to hate him e) Initiated a secret police to force chance, dies early “He was unfortunate in everything he undertook.”
  32. 33. Notes #12a , Title: “ Enlightened Despots ” US Revolution: 1776, French Revolution: 1789 1) Absolute Despot : Ppl serve me 2) Enlightened Despot : I serve the ppl 3) Catherine the Great (Russia: 1762–1796) : a) Tried enlit. reforms but stopped when ppl revolted b) Focused on “ rational ” reorganization of gov 4) Frederick the Great (Prussia:1740–1786) : a) Like Catherine, tried to make gov more efficient b) Helped make Prussia ( pre-Germany ) powerful 5) Joseph II of Austria (Austria: 1780–1790) : a) Forces nobles to pay taxes and banned serfs b) Allowed religious other that Catholicism and took church land to help the people c) Mandated all people speak German “He was unfortunate in everything he undertook.”
  33. 34. Work #12a Title “ Catherine the Great ” 1) Copy Source Title: Nat Geo 2…) Discuss questions on the board with a partner. Summarize your discussion ( include their name at the end ). Remember participation points are deducted if off task. 5 Reading/Film Qs Come From These Work Sections
  34. 35. Workbook peer check: Have your partner look at your notebook to see if the formatting is correct, get their signature under Work#5a
  35. 36. Workbook Check: Remember you workbook is turned in each marking period for 100 points! Homework: 1) Study for Test 1 on Block Day 2) No homework this week (I usually don’t assign homework on test weeks except if we are in the middle of a project)

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