Our test on Chapter 23 will be on Thursday. Today in class we finished looking at the revolutions of 1848. We also discussed what topics many of the questions deal with. Below is a Key Terms sheet for the chapter if you're looking for individual terms. Also below is a chart showing examples of Ism's by country.
1848 Revolutions Chart- That you started on Monday, worked on on the block day, and will turn in on Friday:
· 1848 in France
· 1848 in Austria
· 1848 in Prussia
· Identify key figures and their roles and desires
· Describe the immediate spark of revolution
· Describe any major events
· Describe the outcome of the revolution
· Describe the evidence of any –isms
It's good to be back, although it would have been nice to have seen more of you. Today in class we looked at Romanticism, the dominant art style in the first half of the 19th century. Read pages 758-761 and answer the following.
Thank you for bearing with me while I've been out. On Thursday you took a look at the rise of Liberalism and Nationalism in Greece, Great Britain, and Ireland. Today you looked at a pair of sources that went deeper with the issues in Great Britain and the Great Famine in Ireland. This weekend, follow the link below to another video and take notes. There will be a quiz with Ms. James on Monday. That's it. See you soon. Ignore what it says about a test in the post, I'll give you a test date on Monday.
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Today in class we took a look at some primary sources as evidence of the Ism's we've been discussing. After that, you had time to get started on the work below. As you finish that up, watch the video below and take notes on Communism to get ready for a quiz on Thursday.
I'd apologize for my face not being there, but it might be better this way. Also, ignore anything related to days of the week in the video.
This week we discussed the Age of Metternich and the goals of Conservatism. Next week will be about the ideas that scared them. Today we worked on part of the homework understanding Liberalism and Nationalism, that paper is found under the video below. We also reviewed sample Railroad SAQ's and their scores.
For homework: Watch the video below before the block day and take notes. We will have a quick quiz on it at the beginning of class and then go a little deeper with these two isms. Please forgive the fact that my ugly mug is in two places, it was the first one I ever did with this program. Cover it with a post it if you need to.
Today we discussed the Congress of Vienna, Metternich, and their goals. We also took a shot at an SAQ on the importance of railroads in the 19th century. The work below should mostly be review.
Follow up by reading pages 747-753 and answering the following:
1a. What was the Congress of Vienna?
1b. Describe the concept of balance of power.
1c. Describe why the Congress's treatment of France was fairly lenient.
2. Who were the participants and what was the purpose of the Holy Alliance the the Congress system?
3a. Describe the makeup of the Austrian Empire.
3b. Identify Metternich.
3c. How and why were nationalism and liberalism regarded as dangerous to those in power?
We talked about most of these in class. They'll give you a running head start at our test on the Industrial Revolution.
EXTRA: Spend a few minutes thinking about how Railroads changed things.