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Wed scientific monarchs

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Wed scientific monarchs

  1. 1. Bellringer 1. What is good about Wikipedia? 2. What is bad about Wikipedia? 3. Why is it good to be skeptical on the internet?
  2. 2. Scientific Revolution notes
  3. 3. skepticism? 5 ways we know we can trust a website or app? 5 ways we know we cannot trust a website or app?
  4. 4. Why is it good to be skeptical? 5 ways we know we can trust a website or app? 5 ways we know we cannot trust a website or app?
  5. 5. Absolute Monarchs Scientific Revolution • Support science? 2 reasons • Oppose science? 2 reasons • France’s Louis 14th – 16th
  6. 6. Russia’s Peter the Great
  7. 7. St Petersburg • http://www.saint-petersburg.com/virtual-tour/ alexander-column/
  8. 8. Map, rank and order scientific discoveries from book • Chapter 17 (map on 533 is ok) 5. Draw a map of Europe w/ England, Portugal, Spain, France, Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Poland, Italy, Austria, Norway, Sweden, Russia 6. Read chapter 17 and place the following scientists on the map with a short summary of their discoveries: Galileo, Copernicus, Kepler, Newton, Cavendish, Harvey, Bacon, Winkelmann, Diderot 7. Rank those discoveries by how much they have affected your life today and explain #1 & #9

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