Presentation on theme: "Directions Get the handout, “The Dramatic Movement” from the teacher. Read it. On the next slide is a heading which needs to be written in the notebook."— Presentation transcript:
Directions Get the handout, “The Dramatic Movement” from the teacher. Read it. On the next slide is a heading which needs to be written in the notebook and four questions you need to answer using the reading.
The Encyclopedie Why would an encyclopedia have been banned? How would it “enlighten” people? Where did people get information before the publication of these books? What would having information do for people?
Directions Copy the next to slides into your notebook under the heading Encyclopedie
The Encyclopedie Edited by Denis Diderot and Jean Le Rond d’Alembert Collective work of more than one hundred authors from the Republic of Letters (France) Between 14,000 and 16,000 copies sold before 1789 Aimed to secularize learning Contributions by Voltaire, Montesquieu, and Rousseau
Enlightened Topics addressed Fanaticism (religion) Government Humanity Peace The Press Manufacturing Agriculture
Directions Get the Encyclopedie packet from the teacher. Inside are six examples of articles from Diderot’s book. In your notebook follow the directions on the next slide for the activity. When finished, discuss the different articles in the book and whether they are worthy of being included in the Encyclopedie
Illustrations from the Encyclopedie Study the six illustrations Make a list of what you can learn from the illustration Should this image have been included in the Encyclopedie? Why or why not?
Extra Credit Come up with your own illustration for a contemporary encyclopedia on a subject in which you feel should be included Title Quality counts