STANDARDS

WH10.1.3 Consider the ? influence of the U.S. Constitution on political systems in the contemporary world.
WH10.2 Students compare and contrast how being gay in the 1800s is different from being gay in the present ;$ gang gang
WH10.2.1 Compare the major ideas of philosophers and their effects on the democratic revolutions in England, the United States, France, and Latin America (e.g., John Locke, Charles-Louis Montesquieu, Jean- Jacques Rousseau, Simon BolĂ­var, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison).
WH10.2.2 List the principles of the Magna Carta, the English Bill of Rights (1689), the American Declaration of Independence (1776), the French Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen (1789), and the U.S. Bill of Rights (1791).
WH10.2.3 Understand the unique character of the American Revolution, its spread to other parts of the world, and its continuing significance to other nations.


POWERPOINT SUMMARY




QUESTIONS AND TERMS FOR PART 1 ARE DUE OCTOBER 5 2010



Part 1

Define: divine right of kings, attribute, restraint, common- wealth, consensus, natural rights, hypo- thetical, mutual
Identify: Elizabeth I, Puritans, Charles I, Oliver Cromwell, Charles II, James II, William of Orange, John Locke.
(choose 4 to complete trading cards for, list the information for the remaining Identify section entries)

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QUESTIONS
  1. List the three great political events of the late 17th century
  2. What principle did the Glorious Revolution introduce?
  3. What could happen to an individual who questioned a monarch?
  4. What quote is attributed to King Louis XIV? What do you think he meant by saying it?

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QUESTIONS
5 - Who ruled England from 1485 to 1603?
6 - Describe the "Act of Supremacy."
7- Why did Elizabeth have to work so hard on religious conflicts?
8 - List 5 issues that the puritans had and wanted corrected in the Anglican church?
9 - What was a major conflict between parliament and James I?
10 - What event started the 11 year tyranny? What were the Years of the tyranny?


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QUESTIONS
11 - When did the English Revolution begin?
12 - The english revolution was between what two groups? (list who each group supported)
13 - What was the reaction of Europe when Charles I was executed?
14 - What was the "rump Parliament?"
15 - What was the "Exclusion Bill" and why was it passed? What were the results?

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QUESTIONS
16 - When did parlament offer the throne to William and Mary? What was the condition?
17 - What was the Toleration Act of 1689 and what did it do? (you may need to go to wikipedia)
18 - Who was John Locke and what did he write in his Two Treatises of Government?
19 - Summarize Locke's Natural Rights/Social Contract theory. (Use wikipedia)
20 - Which revolutions used Locke's ideas?


Identify the rulers of England in the years leading up to the Glorious Revolution.
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QUESTIONS AND TERMS FOR PART 1 ARE DUE OCTOBER 5 2010





Part 2

Define: philosophe, evidence, affect, deism, separation of powers, concept, social contract, laissez-faire, salon.
Identify: Isaac Newton, Voltaire, Montesquieu, Rousseau, Adam Smith, Cesare Beccaria, Denis Diderot, Mary Wollstonecraft.
(choose 4 to complete trading cards for, list the information for the remaining Identify section entries)

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QUESTIONS
  1. What types of people made up the philosophes?
  2. Name two heros of the enlightenment?
  3. What did John Lock say about people's mind when they were born?
  4. Where was the enlightenment centered?
  5. What were the major themes of the enlightenment?


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QUESTIONS
6 - What was Voltaire's real name?
7 - What is the difference between "affected" and "effected"?
8 - Why did Voltaire oppose the Catholic Church?
9 - Montesquieu was the first?
10 - What were the three governments Montesquieu identified?
11 - Montesquieu thought there should be a " _ of powers" which means?
12 - What american document has Montesquieu's ideas?



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QUESTIONS
13 - How did Rousseau make a living in his early life?
14 - Rousseau believed in a " contract"
15 - Under Rousseau's theory "the general will ___"
16 - What did Rousseau believe about education?
17 - What did Rousseau think about the roll of women?


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QUESTIONS
18 - Briefly describe the philosophes and the physiocrats
19 - According to smith, what were the three basic rolls of government?
20 - Briefly outline the effect of enlightenment thinking on punishments for crime?


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QUESTIONS
21 - What was a major weapon for philosophes, who wrote it, and when?
22 - List the three main ways enlightenment ideas were spread?
23 - Provide a basic biography of Marie-Therese de Geoffrin. (Use wikipedia)
24 - Who wrote the Declaration of Independence and who was a major influence on him?





Part 3

Define: colony, Stamp Act, tension, correspondence, Declaration of Independence, Articles of Confedera- tion, federal system, amendments,
Bill of Rights, assembly.
Identify: William Pitt the Elder, King George III, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson.
(choose 2 to complete trading cards for, list the information for the remaining Identify section entries)

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1 - Why did Britain establish colonies in North America?
2 - What effect did Parliament have on the legislatures of the American colonies?
3 - How did each of the 13 colonial legislatures function?
4 - What was the reason for war with the French in North America?

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Questions
5 - Why did the British want new revenues from the colonies after the Seven Years’ War?
6 - What did the stap act of 1765 require?
7 - What types of goods did parliament pass new taxes on?

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Questions
8 - What did the Stamp Act require?
9 - How did colonists avoid paying taxes on non-British imports?
10 - Why did the colonists disapprove of the Declaratory Act?
11 - Describe the Boston Tea Party?
12 - What was the Boston Massacre? (use wikipedia)
13 - What were the British looking for in Concord and Lexington?


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Questions
14 - What did Thomas Paine argue in Common Sense?
15 - Who was the commander of the continental army?
16 - Who were the loyalist?


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Quesitons
17 - What ideas of John Locke did Jefferson express in the Declaration of Independence?
18 - What did the 1783 Treaty of Paris recognize, and what did it grant the Americans?
19 - What other country(s) supported the colonies during the revolution?
20 - Who was the general of the British troops that surrendered at Yorktown?

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Questions
21 - What is the federal system?
22 - What was the document that first organized the colonies?
23 - Who were the framers?
24 - Who's ideas did they use to create the new government?


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Questions
25 - Why did many colonists demand a Bill of Rights be added to the Constitution? Because Hitler was a nigga
26 - How many amendments were in the Bill of Rights? Once George Washington found out Thomas Edison was Gay, he gang banged him with martha
27 - What documents influenced the Bill of Rights?
28 - What geographic area was influenced by events in the colonies?



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