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Please do not talk at this timeNov. 4 HW: Finish Book Work on Napoleon from class Use your notes and pgs. 229 – 233 in your book to create a Napoleon Political.

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1 Please do not talk at this timeNov. 4 HW: Finish Book Work on Napoleon from class Use your notes and pgs. 229 – 233 in your book to create a Napoleon Political Poster. Please get out your 7.3 Cornell Notes that have ONLY vocab on them… You also need a book.

2 Please set up a page for Cornell Notes: Title: Napoleon Pg. 47A Take Notes as we go through the slides. Leave lots of room… we are going to be ADDING to this notes! Name: Class: Period: Date: Topic: Napoleon Pg. 47A Summary

3 Napoleon was born here, on the Island of Corsica

4 I. Napoleon Seizes Power Pg – Born on Corsica Military school in France on Scholarship Saved National Convention, by firing shot at a mob come to get them Directory sent him into Italy- Success! Egypt- while there he practices administration, but loses to Nelson Returns to France as the Hero of Egypt (the news he lost is slower to arrive.) 1799 – dissolved Directory, seized power with friends Sieyes and Ducos and they three become consuls to run the government Later, even more popular, he declares himself the one leader of France He takes on the Powers of a Dictator

5 Look at pg 229 What can you add to your notes that is NEW info from the book? You ONLY have 5 minutes! If you need more time, do it at home!

6 What did you add from the book?

7 II. Napoleon Rules France Pg. 230 Plebiscite (public vote) approved new constitution – Napoleon stronger He repaired the economy – fixed tax collection, established a national bank, fired the corrupt Lycees – started government run public schools, rewards based on merit Concordat – repairs the relationship with Church, He will claim influence but no control Establishes the Napoleonic Code – A system of laws that were uniform but eliminated individual rights, and restored slavery in Caribbean What can you add to your notes that is NEW info from the book? 5 min.

8 What did you add from the book?

9 III. Napoleon Creates an Empire Pg – crowned himself Emperor Wanted territory in New World, couldnt overcome slave armies in Haiti and sold the Louisiana Purchase to the USA Wanted to expand in Europe, other nations attacked & were defeated, signed peace treaties Austerlitz is his finest battle. He crushes the Russians and Austrians both Battle of Trafalgar – Englands Nelson destroyed the French fleet, Napoleon wouldnt be able to invade Britain Most of continental Europe in his control by 1812 What can you add to your notes that is NEW info from the book? 5 min.

10 Church Representatives Empress Josephine Pic. 4

11 What did you add from the book?

12 Make a campaign poster for Napoleon Pg 48 Your Homework tonight is to make a campaign poster for Napoleon, to advertise all the great things he has done for France so far. Well look at some example campaign posters now…

13 Nixon… Ended the Vietnam War and brought our men home Stopped inflation and saved Americas paycheck Landed the first man on the moon with his successful space program

14 Pg. 48A Napoleon Campaign Poster- Create a campaign poster for Napoleon to convince the French people to support him 1.Using your notes and book pages 229 – 233, find 4 things the French people could love about Napoleon and his rule. 2.Write these 4 things as 4 campaign promises. These need to be short, specific and easy to read. 3.Include an illustration of Napoleon or pictures to support his campaign promises. 4.Use color, be neat, be accurate.

15 Please do not talk at this timeNov 5 HW: Finish Book Work on Napoleon from class Quiz on Napoleon on Friday Back to Our Napoleon Notes! Get pg. 47A (notes) and more paper (pg. 53 B/C) Get pg. 48A (Campaign Poster) You also need a Book!

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17 Army vs. Navy Nelson

18 Skip half a page…. Tonight you will do all the vocab for Chapter 7, Sec. 4 Here….

19 Battles of Napoleon

20 The Greatest Extent of Napoleons Empire!

21 IV. Napoleons Costly Mistakes pgs A)Continental System – blockade against Great Britain, destroy economy, make continental Europe more self-sufficient, Britain did it better… B)Peninsular War – French marched into Spain, took over govt., Spanish guerrilla forces attacked, French army severely weakened C)Napoleon establishes his relatives as kings in the countries he conquers. These people are not competent rulers. The citizens of these countries revolt.

22 Look at pg What can you add to your notes that is NEW info from the book? You ONLY have 5 minutes! If you need more time, do it at home!

23 What did you add from the book?

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26 Napoleon and Nationalism- Napoleon unites France by telling the French how wonderful they are, that their culture is better than everyone elses. The French army spreads this message to all the lands they invade. However, this actually hurts Napoleons ability to conquer these nations, because each country decides that their nation is Better than France in order to unite their own people against Napoleon!

27 Please do a vocab word map on pg. Pg 49A for Nationalism

28 Pg 49A

29 D) Invasion of Russia– Meant to punish Czar for selling grain to England ,000 + French soldiers invade Russia Russians pull back and refuse to fight, practice scorched-earth policy, and burn Moscow down. Napoleon marched back to France in winter, lost his army to the cold. 20,000 walk out… Swallows fell from the sky like stones, frozen in flight in the bitter cold… Pgs

30 Look at pg What can you add to your notes that is NEW info from the book? You ONLY have 5 minutes! If you need more time, do it at home!

31 Please do not talk at this timeNov. 6/7 HW: Napoleon Quiz on Friday Please get out your Napoleon Notes

32 V. Napoleons Downfall pgs Major powers attacked: England and Prussia 1814 – Napoleon surrendered at Liepzig, exiled to island of Elba New king unpopular, Napoleon escaped Elba, returns to France a Hero for 100 days and built a new army in 1815 Battle of Waterloo – Napoleon defeated by combined forces of Russia, Prussia, Austria Sweden and England St. Helena – Exiled until his death in 1821

33 Look at pg What can you add to your notes that is NEW info from the book? You ONLY have 5 minutes! If you need more time, do it at home!

34 What did you add from the book?

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39 These Note need Questions on the left! Add these Questions to your left side and answer them: What was Napoleons greatest mistake? Please use examples and specifics to explain why this mistake was so terrible. What do you think was Napoleons legacy to France? That is, what do you think happened during his rule that had a lasting effect on France? Now make up one of your own….

40 Add these Questions to your left side: What was Napoleons greatest mistake? Please use examples and specifics to explain why this mistake was so terrible. What do you think was Napoleons legacy to France? That is, what do you think happened during his rule that had a lasting effect on France?

41 Napoleon DBQ- Pg 50A Today we will try to decide if Napoleon was Democratic or Autocratic. Take a minute to review these two words with your partner… what do they mean?

42 Napoleon Speaks! Directions: Please read the following short documents and answer the accompanying questions below them. Decide if Napoleon is Democratic or Autocratic overall!

43 Preview What are some goals of the French Revolution? What did the Revolutionaries want for the French people?

44 Preview: What are some Autocratic actions? What kinds of things does a single person with all the power do?

45 Preview What are some goals of the French Revolution? What did the Revolutionaries want for the French people?

46 Preview: What are some Autocratic actions? What kinds of things does a single person with all the power do?

47 Now that you have some ideas… Read these quotes by Napoleon and decide if they are Democratic or Autocratic Sometimes you will be summarizing what the quotes say as well to practice summarization.

48 Lets try one… Document 1 I can no longer obey. I have tasted command. I have tasted power and I cannot give it up. I love power. Source: General Napoleon Bonaparte to Andre Francois, private conversation in 1788

49 Work Time

50 Over All…. Taking everything you know about Napoleon together… Do you think he was MORE of a Democrat or an Autocrat?

51 Please do not talk at this timeNov. 8 HW: Haitian Revolution Timeline Please get out : Napoleon Cornell Notes: Pg 47A-D VWM- Nationalism- Pg 49A Napoleon DBQ-Pg 50A Staple these together and turn them in!

52 Napoleon Quiz

53 Please put this Directive Word on pg. 51A of your note book. Justify Give solid, specific reasons to prove that decisions, actions, or conclusions are right or just. Justify the crimes committed by soldiers during war time. Justify includes a Moral component. Something done must be the correct thing, but also, at the end, morally right.

54 Practice Justify- Still on pg. 51A Give me an argument for why it is OK to punch a bully in the face. Now, give me an argument for why it is NOT OK to punch a bully in the face.

55 Still pg 51A: Quick Enlightenment Thinkers Review: John Locke- People have the right to Life, Liberty and Property. People MUST get rid of bad governments. J.J. Rousseau- People are Equal. People give their power to the government and they can take it back. Tell your partner: Are men JUSTIFIED to kill to get these rights for themselves and their children? Why or Why Not?

56 Haitian Revolution Timeline Read the info sheet on the background to the Haitian Revolution. Tell your partner the story of the Haitian Revolution… Start with, Once upon a time in Haiti…. When you run out of ideas say …and Then… and let your partner take over. When you are done, create a quick Timeline of events on the back of pg. 51B. Finish this for Homework.

57 Index so far Napoleon Cornell Notes: Pg 47A-D Napoleon Campaign Poster- Pg 48A VWM- Nationalism- Pg 49A Napoleon DBQ-Pg 50A


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