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World History: Revolution and Imperialism
World History: Revolution and Imperialism
World History: Revolution and Imperialism
World History: Revolution and Imperialism
World History: Revolution and Imperialism
World History: Revolution and Imperialism
World History: Revolution and Imperialism
World History: Revolution and Imperialism
World History: Revolution and Imperialism
World History: Revolution and Imperialism
World History: Revolution and Imperialism
World History: Revolution and Imperialism
World History: Revolution and Imperialism
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  • 1. Revolution and ImperialismFRENCH REVOLUTION, INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION AND NATIONALISM
  • 2. First Estate owned 15% ofthe land and paid no taxesSecond Estate owned 25%of the land and paid notaxesThird Estate worked andowned the rest of the land,paid taxes, but had novoice in government The French Revolution: The Kingdom of France
  • 3. The French Revolution: The Revolution Turns Violent Left: King Louis and Queen Marie Top: Palace at Versailles Above: Storming the Bastille Right: King Louis at the guillotine Top Right: Maxamilen Robespierre
  • 4. Pause the slidecast and write down this answer in your notebook (save the answer for later use) Q.1 WHY DID THE PEOPLE OF FRANCE MARCH ON THE BASTILLE IN 1789?
  • 5. The FrenchRevolutionNapoleon Become Emperor
  • 6. James Watt’s steam engineIndustrial Revolution DEVELOPMENT
  • 7. Pause the slidecast and write down this answer in your notebook (save the answer for later use) Q2. WHAT GEOGRAPHICAL ADVANTAGES DID GREAT BRITAIN HAVE FOR THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION TO START THERE?
  • 8. Industrial Revolution: ImpactsUrbanization Women and Children
  • 9. Pause the slidecast and write down this answer in your notebook (save the answer for later use) Q3. WAS THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION A BENEFIT OR HINDRANCE TO SOCIETY?
  • 10. Europeancontrol of Africa Nationalism: Where it occured
  • 11. Pause the slidecast and write down this answer in your notebook (save the answer for later use) Q4. WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF A COLONY? Q5. HOW ARE THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION AND IMPERIALISM LINKED (WHY DID THEY OCCUR AROUND THE SAME TIME PERIOD)?
  • 12. Picture Citations Slide 2  Slide 6  relay-of-  crystalclearskies.wordpress.c revolutions.wikispaces.com om Slide 3  nettlesworth.durham.sch.uk  flickr.com  elec-intro.com  travelandtourismtoday.blogs  Slide 8 pot.com  teacherlink.org  blog.catherinedelors.com  thearchitectureofearlychildh  philebrity.com ood.blogspot.com  rjgeib.com  writerswhokill.blogspot.com Slide 5  pagefarm.net  en.wikipedia.org  blog.montessoriforeveryone.  napoleon-prints.com com  Slide 10  blendedpurple.blogspot.com  susanne430.blogspot.com
  • 13. Have your notes with answered questions ready! CLICK HERE FOR THE EXIT QUESTIONS SURVEY

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