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Era of rapid change in understanding the natural world focusing on astronomy, physics, and anatomy
Before Scientific Revolution Church defined scientific and medical knowledge People also accepted magic as causing the “unknown.”
Church limited scientific thought Those who questioned facts were seen as “heretics” WHY? FEAR!
What STARTED the Scientific Revolution? 1. Crusades: Increased trade with advanced Eastern cultures (Islam/China)
2. Renaissance: Focused on man’s abilities and the natural world
4. Printing Press: Quickly shared new ideas
3. Protestant Reformation: Questioned old ideas of the church
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"Atheism is so senseless. When I look at the solar system, I see the earth at the right distance from the sun to receive the proper amounts of heat and light. This did not happen by chance." - Sir Isaac Newton Scientific Revolution and Religion
Do Now: Write down the definition of science below. Science is the ability to observe the world and reach conclusions about how it works. In what ways.
Roots of the Enlightenment 7 th Grade World History.
THE SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION Standing up for what you believe in...
From Magic to Science Foundations of Science Magic and Science were Synonymous Explanations = guesses Religion explained nature.
THE SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION EUROPE IN THE 1500’s ESSENTIAL QUESTION What were the important contributions of scientists like Copernicus, Kepler, Galileo,
NOTES What: Time: Where? Prior Knowledge:. The Scientific Revolution Time: 1500’s – 1700’s AD TERMS 1.Dark Age 2.Gothic Era 3.The Crusades 4.The Renaissance.
Changing Views of the Universe In the 1500s and 1600s people began to question long-held beliefs about the Earth’s being the center of the universe. Nicolaus.
Non-Art Changes During the Renaissance World History
The Scientific Revolution. Building Background Using the Roman and Greek scientific texts that were rediscovered in 1300’s, scholars began to make their.
Bell Work Without any prior knowledge of science, does it look like the earth travels around the sun or the sun travels around with earth? What evidence.
The Scientific Revolution. Scientific Revolution A major change in European thought, starting in the mid- 1500s, in which the study of the natural world.
Scientific Revolution The "Scientific Revolution" refers to historical changes in thought & belief, to changes in social & institutional organization,
■ Essential Question: – What were the important contributions of Copernicus, Kepler, Galileo, & Newton during the Scientific Revolution? ■ Warm-Up Question:
How the Scientific Revolution affected Education (in the generations to come)
Study for the Final on June 9 and June 10. Sign up for current events presentation if interested. Optional outlines for essays due Monday.
Revolution? (5) What is your idea of a revolution? Give your own definition as well as some examples. (Go to page 382)
The Scientific Revolution 1500’s – 1600’s. Where have we been & where are we going? Middle Ages: 450’s-1400’s Renaissance: 1300’s-1600’s Reformation:
Unit Two/Ch. 16 AP European History Ms. Tully - UHS.
■ Essential Question: – What were the important contributions of Copernicus, Kepler, Galileo, & Newton during the Scientific Revolution? ■ CPWH Agenda.
The Scientific Revolution What changed? – Before and after? Middle Ages Science (Pre 1500) – Accept answers from Bible, Greeks, Romans Renaissance – New.
CHANGING THE WAY PEOPLE THINK… CHAPTER 6 SECTION 1 The Scientific Revolution.
The Scientific Revolution Change in Worldview. The Scientific Revolution What: The developing belief that reason could be used to understand the natural.
The Scientific Revolution. Scientific Revolution – a change in the way of thinking about the physical universe began in the mid-1500s.
The Scientific Revolution. Early Scientists First Sciences that developed were: First Sciences that developed were: - mathematics - mathematics - astronomy.
The Scientific Revolution I. Scientific Method 1. Test and record results 1. Test and record results a. Advances in: a. Advances in: -chemistry -chemistry.
Scientific Revolution Unit 3 Ms. Hunt RMS IB
1 7 th Grade World History Periodic Assessment #3 Review.
Aim: How has a new way of thinking, based on experimentation and observation changed the way Europeans looked at the world? Do Now: What scientific tools.
Unit 3: AN AGE OF REVOLUTION The Scientific Revolution & Enlightenment THE OLD vs. The NEW WAY OF THINKING.
Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where.
Scientific Revolution. Scientific Revolution: Big Ideas 1. Old views of Science abandoned 2. Experimentation and the Scientific Method perfected 3. Relationship.
Renaissance Science and Technology Madnick/Global History 9.
-The Scientific Revolution -. I. Challenging Old Ideas A. The Scientific Revolution involved challenges to the traditional way of understanding the universe.
1 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt Vocabulary.
The Scientific Revolution was born in Europe in the 1500s, in context of the Middle Ages. It was a period of general instability, with a population more.
Print & Modern Thought By Michael Flax. The Scientific Revolution It would challenge the entrenched "truths" the Church expressed. It would challenge.
The Scientific Revolution EQ: How did The Scientific Revolution change the way people thought about the world?
The Scientific Revolution Before SR, knowledge was often based on superstition/belief Disagreeing with teachings of Catholic Church = heresy What.
Who were the great scientists of the Scientific Revolution? E. Napp.
Sir Isaac Newton Sir Isaac Newton Incorporated the astronomy of Copernicus and Kepler with the physics of Galileo into an overachieving theory.
Renaissance Ideas (1400s-1600s) New/revived concepts of thought – Secularism – Humanism – Individualism Florence as center Importance of Art and Literature.
England/Great Britain: The Big Picture, PART I The Renaissance was a ___________ of the cultures of ___________ and __________. It lasted from 13___ to.
1300’s in Italy Spreads throughout rest of Europe ’s.
Unit 2: The Enlightenment Section 1: The Scientific Revolution.
THE SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION (1550 – 1700) In the mid-1500s, scientists begin to question accepted beliefs and make new theories based on experimentation.
Astronomy in the Middle Ages to the Modern Era From Copernicus to Galileo to man on the moon.
Today’s Warm Up Think back to science class and all the times you’ve conducted science experiments. List all the steps of the scientific method (or as.
The Dark Ages The Middle Ages in Europe were known as the Dark Ages as there was a lack of learning and art. The Middle Ages was the start of discovery.
GEOCENTRIC vs. HELIOCENTRIC. What’s in Our Solar System? Our Solar System consists of a central star (the Sun), the nine planets orbiting the sun, moons,
SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION. PRIOR TO THE AGE OF REASON Middle Ages Before Age of Exploration (1500s) Sources of “scientific thinking” were unreliable (world.
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