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2 Grab a highlighter from the front of the room!

3 3 ½ min. END Consider the difference between these two paintings.

4 Students will be able to describe France during the rule of Napoleon by  Analyzing the themes in a series of historical paintings  Evaluating documents for Enlightenment ideas, and  Constructing an argument about Napoleon’s rule

5 1. _____________________________ Napoleon suffered his final defeat in the Battle of STALINGRAD, combined forces of Britain and Prussia. 2. _____________________________ CONCORDAT is the unique unifying identify of a people based on common language, religion, and national symbols Waterloo Nationalism

6 3. _____ Napoleon’s conquests in Europe lead to A. an increase in religious conflict B. a rise in nationalism in conquered nations C. the decentralization of governmental power D. economic depression B

7 4. _____ To ensure loyalty, who did Napoleon install on the thrones of the lands he conquered? A. Members of the Directory B. The Duke of Wellington C. His relatives D. Appointed Senators C

8 5. _____ Russians defeated Napoleon’s superior Grand Army by… A. retreating hundreds of miles and burning their own villages and countryside. B. constant all-out attacks during the brutal Russian winter C. splitting their meager forces in half and attacking from two sides D. making an alliance with Egypt, which launched an attack on Turkey to draw Napoleon out of Russia. A

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10 “History is a version of past events that people have decided to agree upon.”

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12 Students will be able to describe France during the rule of Napoleon by  Analyzing the themes in a series of historical paintings  Examining how to construct a basic argument, and  Evaluating documents for Enlightenment ideas

13 CLAIM CLAIM: Controversial Statement WARRANT WARRANT: Reason why the claim is TRUE BASIC ARGUMENT BASIC ARGUMENT: A statement of position. += Your homework: 1.Construct an argument about Napoleon’s rule for tomorrow’s class. 2.Use at least two pieces of evidence from the documents we are examining today in order to support your claim. Your homework: 1.Construct an argument about Napoleon’s rule for tomorrow’s class. 2.Use at least two pieces of evidence from the documents we are examining today in order to support your claim. The Boston Red Sox are the best team in the Major Leagues They had the most runs scored and the best record during the regular season. The Boston Red Sox are the best team in the Major Leagues because they had the most runs scored and the best record during the regular season.

14 Students will be able to describe France during the rule of Napoleon by  Analyzing the themes in a series of historical paintings  Examining how to construct a basic argument, and  Evaluating documents for Enlightenment ideas

15 Each of the passages below describes characteristics of Napoleon’s rule in France. 1.For each passage, determine whether Napoleon’s rule was “Enlightened”. 2.Annotate the article by underlining / highlighting the passage that you used to make your judgment Philosopher Enlightenment Ideas Enlightenment IdeasBeccaria ₋ Against the death penalty ₋ Against torture Locke ₋ Equality under the law ₋ Natural rights Montesquieu ₋ Separation of powers Rousseau ₋ Social Contract ₋ Consent of the Governed Smith ₋ Laissez-faire Voltaire ₋ Religious Toleration ₋ Deism 3.Then, relate the passage to a specific aspect of the Enlightenment that it is either upheld or violated (Use the “cheat sheet” to the right for a quick reference to key Enlightenment ideas.)

16 CONCORDAT OF 1801: His Holiness the sovereign Pontiff Pius VII [the Pope], and the First Consul of the French Republic [Napoleon] […] have concluded the following agreement … Article 1 The Catholic, Apostolic and Roman religion will be freely exercised in France. His Holiness the sovereign Pontiff Pius VII [the Pope], and the First Consul of the French Republic [Napoleon] […] have concluded the following agreement … Article 1 The Catholic, Apostolic and Roman religion will be freely exercised in France. Is this “Enlightened” governing?  Yes  No What specific Enlightenment ideas or philosophers are relevant here? _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________

17 LAW OF 20 MAY 1802 Title I. Creation and Organization of the Legion of Honor. In the colonies restored to France in fulfillment of the treaty of Amiens of 6 Germinal, Year X, slavery shall be maintained in conformity with the laws and regulations in force prior to […] Title I. Creation and Organization of the Legion of Honor. In the colonies restored to France in fulfillment of the treaty of Amiens of 6 Germinal, Year X, slavery shall be maintained in conformity with the laws and regulations in force prior to […] Is this “Enlightened” governing?  Yes  No What specific Enlightenment ideas or philosophers are relevant here? _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________

18 Each of the passages below describes characteristics of Napoleon’s rule in France. 1.For each passage, determine whether Napoleon’s rule was “Enlightened”. 2.Annotate the article by underlining / highlighting the passage that you used to make your judgment 3.Then, relate the passage to a specific aspect of the Enlightenment that it is either upheld or violated (Use the “cheat sheet” to the right for a quick reference to key Enlightenment ideas.)

19 Is this “Enlightened” governing?  Yes  No Is this “Enlightened” governing?  Yes  No Is this “Enlightened” governing?  Yes  No Is this “Enlightened” governing?  Yes  No Is this “Enlightened” governing?  Yes  No Is this “Enlightened” governing?  Yes  No

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21 Students will be able to describe France during the rule of Napoleon by  Analyzing the themes in a series of historical paintings  Examining how to construct a basic argument, and  Evaluating documents for Enlightenment ideas

22 CLAIM CLAIM: Controversial Statement WARRANT WARRANT: Reason why the claim is TRUE BASIC ARGUMENT BASIC ARGUMENT: A statement of position. += Your homework: 1.Construct an argument about Napoleon’s rule for tomorrow’s class. 2.Use at least two pieces of evidence from the documents we examined today in order to support your claim. Your homework: 1.Construct an argument about Napoleon’s rule for tomorrow’s class. 2.Use at least two pieces of evidence from the documents we examined today in order to support your claim. The Boston Red Sox are the best team in the Major Leagues They had the most runs scored and the best record during the regular season. The Boston Red Sox are the best team in the Major Leagues because they had the most runs scored and the best record during the regular season.


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