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UNIT 5 THE AGE OF
REVOLUTIONS
Lesson 1 6 Causes of Revolution
Unit 5 Lesson 1
6 Causes of Revolution
Learning
Target
Mr. Hammond
11/28/2011
1st Period
Students can identify and explain the 6
Causes of Revolution
The Learning Target will address
our daily class objective that will
be used to assess your
proficiency in World Civilizations
UNIT 5 THE AGE OF
REVOLUTIONS
Learning Target
Students can identify and explain the 6
Causes of Revolution
Unit 5 Lesson 1
6 Causes of Revolution
Learning
Target
Students can identify and explain the 6
Causes of Revolution
Main
Ideas
1. Enlightenment
Ideas
Mr. Hammond
11/28/2011
1st Period
Notes
•
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.
Unit 5
Lesson 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)
Unit 5
Lesson 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)
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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)
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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)
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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)
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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)
Unit 5 Lesson 1
6 Causes of Revolution
Learning
Target
1. Enlightenment
Ideas
Mr. Hammond
11/28/2011
1st Period
Students can identify and explain the 6
Causes of Revolution
•
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
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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