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1 Name: Date: Class: Title of Lesson Draw a line here Note-taking Method You will need: 3 ring binder Loose leaf paper Writing utensil Draw a line here 2” 5 lines

2 UNIT 5 THE AGE OF REVOLUTIONS Lesson 1 6 Causes of Revolution

3 Students can identify and explain the 6 Causes of Revolution Learning Target Unit 5 Lesson 1 6 Causes of Revolution The Learning Target will address our daily class objective that will be used to assess your proficiency in World Civilizations Mr. Hammond 11/28/ st Period

4 UNIT 5 THE AGE OF REVOLUTIONS Learning Target Students can identify and explain the 6 Causes of Revolution

5 Learning Target 1. Enlightenment Ideas These ideas make people want to change, these include: Freedom, logic, progress, hope, and tolerance (i.e. The ideas of John Locke changed the way people thought about their natural rights) The Main Ideas/Notes section will be made up of the body of information that will be used to complete the daily Learning Target. This section should be divided into Main ideas on the left margin and the notes on the right. An example is given. Main Ideas Notes Unit 5 Lesson 1 6 Causes of Revolution Mr. Hammond 11/28/ st Period

6 Unit 5Lesson 1 6 Causes of Revolution 1. Enlightenment ideas These ideas make people want to change, these include: Freedom, logic, progress, hope, and tolerance (i.e. The ideas of John Locke changed the way people thought about their natural rights)

7 Unit 5Lesson 1 6 Causes of Revolution 2. Unpopular Method of Rule When people are unhappy with the type of government Some methods of rule limit the power of the people (i.e. Enlightenment thinkers rejected Absolutism and supported Democracy)

8 Unit 5Lesson 1 6 Causes of Revolution 3. Economic Distress When people are unhappy with their standard of living Economic problems include taxation and inflation (i.e. Money being used for the luxurious lifestyle of King Louis XIV)

9 Unit 5Lesson 1 6 Causes of Revolution 4. Social Injustice When people are treated unfairly This can often occur within different social classes (i.e. The Third Estate of France being the only social class responsible for taxes)

10 Unit 5Lesson 1 6 Causes of Revolution 5. Religious Intolerance When people are unable to worship freely Religious groups are often outlawed or treated unfairly (i.e. the Puritans of England fled to the Americas for religious freedom)

11 Unit 5Lesson 1 6 Causes of Revolution 6. Nationalism A pride, or loyalty, given to your own people or nation Nationalism results in a nation desiring to be the best and independent of other nations (i.e. The American colonist revolting against the English King for independence)

12 Students can identify and explain the 6 Causes of Revolution Learning Target 1. Enlightenment Ideas These ideas make people want to change, these include: Freedom, logic, progress, hope, and tolerance (i.e. The ideas of John Locke changed the way people thought about their natural rights) Summary of Lesson Unit 5 Lesson 1 6 Causes of Revolution Mr. Hammond 11/28/ st Period The Summary of the lesson should include about three sentences highlighting the main ideas of the lesson or additional thoughts about the lesson. This will often be used to address the daily learning target and prepare you for an upcoming assessment


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