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Table of Contents Page 1 – Table of Contents/Warm-ups Page 2 – Events of the French Rev. Part 1 notes Page 3 – Events of the French Rev. Part 2 notes Page 4 – The Rise and Fall of Napoleon notes Page 5 – Napoleon’s Mistakes Before and After Page 6 – Democratic Revolutions Triple Bubble Page 7 – Compare and Contrast Paragraph Page 8 – Unit 2 Study Guide Homework Page 75 in the Reading Study Guide. Page 75 in the Reading Study Guide. Page 77 in Reading Study Guide. Page 77 in Reading Study Guide. Page 79 in Reading Study Guide. Page 79 in Reading Study Guide.
HOMEWORK DUE MONDAY TEST STUDY GUIDE
Today’s Objective By the end of the period SWBAT review and recall information for the test on Monday. By the end of the period SWBAT review and recall information for the test on Monday. 1. Participate in a jeopardy review.
$100 $200 $500 $300 $400 $300 $500 English Bill of Rights of RightsAmericanRevolutionFrenchRevolution Who Am I? ReviewQuestionsMagnaCarta
C1-$100 Magna Carta Magna Carta - $100 England’s monarchy began to lose its power when King John was forced by English nobles to sign this document. The Magna Carta
C1-$200 Magna Carta Magna Carta - $200 What did the Magna Carta do? Limit the power of the King
C1-$300 Magna Carta Magna Carta - $300 European monarchs’ belief that their authority was given to them by God is called… Divine Right of Kings
C1-$400 Magna Carta Magna Carta - $400 The Magna Carta was basically a contract between King John and who? English Nobles
C1-$500 Magna Carta Magna Carta - $500 The Magna Carta, English Bill of Rights, American Declaration of Independence, and French Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen did much to.. B. A. Encourage the divine right of the monarchy. B.Encourage democracy based on Enlightenment ideals. C.Eliminate British imperialism. D.Minimize a strong central government.
C2-$100 English Bill of Rights - $100 The Glorious Revolution occurred when who became king and king of England? William and Mary
C2-$200 English Bill of Rights - $200 Who became more powerful than the king after the signing of the English Bill of Rights. Parliament
C2-$500 English Bill of Rights - $300 The English Bill of Rights and the French Declaration of the Rights of Man… B. A. completely ended the monarchy. B.gave more rights to common citizens. C.increased the power of the monarchy. D.were failures.
C2-$400 English Bill of Rights - $400 All of the following are true for the English Revolution, American Revolution, and French Revolution EXCEPT B. A.They all involved anger over taxes B.They all involved executing the king and queen C.They all were moving towards democracy D.They all had a document that gave people more rights.
C2-$300 English Bill of Rights - $500 What form of government did England establish during the Glorious Revolution? Constitutional Monarchy
C3-$100 American Revolution- $100 Writers of the U.S. Constitution were strongly influenced by ideas from what time period. The Enlightenment
C3-$200 American Revolution- $200 Thomas Jefferson based the Declaration of Independence on the ideas of what Enlightenment thinker? John Locke
C3-$300 American Revolution- $300 James Madison got the idea of separation of powers from what Enlightenment thinker? Montesquieu
C3-$400 American Revolution- $400 What is the name of the document that created the first government of the U.S.? Articles of the Confederation
C3-$500 American Revolution - $500 Explain how the Declaration of Independence embodied Enlightenment ideals. Natural Rights: Life, Liberty, Pursuit of Happiness
C4-$100 French Revolution- $100 Explain what happened on July 14 th, Bastille Day. Mob of people stormed the Bastille looking for gun powder.
C3-200 French Revolution- $200 Who was the leader of the Jacobins that ruled during the Reign of Terror? Maximilien Robespierre
C3-$300 French Revolution - $300 What three groups of people made up the Third Estate. 1. Peasants, 2. Urban Workers, and 3. Bourgeoisie
C3-$400 French Revolution- $400 About what percentage of France’s population were peasants? 80%
C3-$500 French Revolution- $500 What two liberties did the Napoleonic Code not give French citizens? 1.Freedom of speech, 2. Free press
C4-$100 Who Am I? - $100 I ruled France as an absolute monarch before I was overthrown and killed. King Louis XVI
C4-$200 Who Am I? - $200 I was the Enlightenment thinker that introduced the idea of three separate branches of government. Montesquieu
C4-$300 Who Am I?-$300 I came up with the idea of a social contract, which states that people should give up certain rights in exchange for law and order. Rousseau
C4-$400 Who Am I?-$400 I believed the most fundamental duty of government was to protect the natural rights of its citizens. John Locke
C4-$500 Who Am I?-$500 I led the independence movement against Spain in South America. Simon Bolivar
C4-$100 Review Questions - $100 This religion is based on the teachings of Jesus of Nazareth. Christianity
C4-$200 Review Questions - $200 In this religion, prayers are conducted in a synagogue. Judaism
C4-$300 Review Questions - $300 This ancient civilization created the first republic. Rome
C4-$400 Review Questions - $400 This ancient civilization created the first direct democracy. Greece/Athens
C4-$500 Review Questions - $500 This Greek philosopher believed that in an ideal society, the government should be controlled by philosopher kings. Plato