2014 The Philosophes of the Enlightenment Lesson Plan Academic A Date ALL your papers: Monday, September 15, 2014 Tuesday, September 16, 2014---Library Odd Block Day Wednesday, September 17, 2014---Library Even Block Day Thursday, September 18, 2014---Library Friday, September 19, 2014---Individual Project Monday, September 22, 2014---Individual Project Tuesday, September 23, 2014---Individual Project Wednesday, September 24, 2014---Individual Project Friday, September 26, 2014---Upload Projects To SchoolWires Day One: Monday, September 15, 2014 • Quiet Question: Type Two Prompt---Working with your partner, you are going to complete the Brain Chain Organizer. The purpose is to make connections between important concepts, people, and vocabulary covered in the last lesson. • So you will be using your graphic organizer notes from that lesson---HAVE THEM OUT! • Select 10 people, concepts, terms, or locations from the list provided and put them in the logical order to make connections in the CONCEPTS boxes. • Then in the LINKS boxes, write a sentence explaining how each pair of terms is connected. Day One: Monday, September 15, 2014 • Class: We are going to watch a short film clip from United Streaming that reviews the concepts and a few examples of philosophes. It runs for about 3:22 minutes. Day One: Monday, September 15, 2014 • Individual: Common Formative Assessment---We will now begin a project that will focus on research, note-taking, bibliography, and parenthetical citing skills. You will learn how to use the program NoodleTools that is required for all the research projects and papers in the high school. • You will be assigned one of the following philosophes to research and create a PowerPoint presentation on to teach your classmates. • The PowerPoints will be uploaded on the SchoolWire’s teacher page, and your classmates will be viewing and taking notes for their graphic organizer from the PowerPoints. • Handouts: • Handout on how to use NoodleTools • Handout on how to do parenthetical citations • Handout on how to upload to SchoolWires • Pink Grade Sheet Day One: Monday, September 15, 2014 • Assigned Philosophes: 1. Thomas Hobbes---Focus on views on man and government 2. John Locke---Focus on views on man, government, social contract, and natural rights 3. Voltaire----Focus on views on man, government, and natural rights 4. Jean Jacques Rousseau---Focus on views on man, government, social contract, and general will 5. Baron de Montesquieu---Focus on views on man, government, and natural rights 6. Baruch Spinoza---Focus on views on man and religion 7. Hugo Grotius---Focus on natural laws, international law, and government 8. Mary Wollstonecraft---Focus on views on man, concept of equality, and natural rights 9. Cesare Beccaria---Focus on government and system of crime and punishment 10. Adam Smith---Focus on laissez-faire capitalism, three laws, and role of government 11. Mary Astell---Focus on views on man, concept of equality, and natural rights 12. Olympe de Gouges---Focus on views of man, concept of equality, and natural rights 13. Thomas Paine---Focus on views of government, natural rights, and slavery 14. Thomas Reid ---Focus on free will and common sense 15. Marquise de Concordcet---Focus on government, equality, and progress Day One: Monday, September 15, 2014 • Format: • To be done in PowerPoint format----white background and black font, use Calibri font • Bulleted format • Must have a minimum of FIVE different visuals within the PowerPoint – Image of philosophe – Symbol or book cover explained in context – THREE other visuals---choice of maps, political cartoons, or other visual references • Must have a bibliography from NoodleTools cut and pasted into the last slide • Must have parenthetical citations on each slide to document where the information came from in your research • An example one has been created and uploaded to the teacher page. Day One: Monday, September 15, 2014 • • • • Slide Topics: Title Slide----Philosophe name with image of him/her---1 slide Biography Slides----1 to 2 slides Main Ideas and Books/Essays (Works)---total of 4 to 6 slides – 2 to 3 slides on Main Ideas explained – 2 to 3 slides on Main Works explained • Primary Source Quote with Explanation---1 to 2 slides • Impact/Influence----on native country, continent, world---1 to 2 slides • Symbol----unique title page of book or image that really represents ideas---1 to 2 slides • Bibliography with a minimum of FOUR different sources---1 slide • Total of 10 to 16 slides Day One: Monday, September 15, 2014 • Resources to Use: • ABC-CLIO: World History The Modern Era (Library database) • http://www.gvsd.org/Page/4701 (If needed – USERNAME: greatvalley PASSWORD: library) • Modern History Internet Sourcebook---Enlightenment and American Revolution: http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/mod/modsbook.asp • Spartacus Educational---British History: http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/ • Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy: http://www.iep.utm.edu/ • Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: http://plato.stanford.edu/ • Luminarium Anthology of English Literature----17th Century and Restoration: http://www.luminarium.org/ • Wikimedia Commons: commons.wikimedia.org Day One: Monday, September 15, 2014 • Homework: Work on the Study Guide questions for Lesson One. Day Two: Tuesday, September 16, 2014 • Library/Research Day One: • Instruction on how to use NoodleTools and set up bibliography. • Go to TWO different websites and copy and paste the information into separate Word documents. • Put sources into NoodleTools. • Homework: Highlight and make notes on the information you found and copied into the Word documents labeling what slides the different information would go into. Block Day: Library Days Two and Three • Finish last of research for historical content and copy and paste the information into separate Word documents. • Research WikiImages for your required visuals for the PowerPoint. • Put sources into NoodleTools. • Homework: Highlight and make notes on the information you found and copied into the Word documents labeling what slides the different information would go into. Day Four: Friday, September 19, 2014 • Creation of PowerPoint Work Day One: • Complete Title Slide. • Complete Biography Slides. • Begin Main Ideas and Works Slides. • Homework: Finish Main Ideas and Works Slides. Day Five: Monday, September 22, 2014 • • • • • Creation of PowerPoint Work Day Two: Complete Primary Sources and Explanation Slides. Complete Impact/Influence Slides. Complete Symbol Slides. Homework: Finish up any of the slides up to this point that are not done. Day Six: Tuesday, September 23, 2014 • Creation of PowerPoint Work Day Three: • Complete Bibliography Slides. • Peer Editing Conference---You will be matched up to edit each other’s work. • Homework: Make all final revisions to slides. Day Seven: Wednesday, September 24, 2014 • Creation of Powerpoint Work Day Four: Addition to Lesson Plan • Teacher will conference with students on their powerpoints. • Last day to make any necessary revisions. • Homework: Finish up all revisions. Day Eight: Friday, September 26, 2014 • Completion of PowerPoint and Upload Work Day Five: • Upload PowerPoint to SchoolWires at the start of class---NO CLASS TIME TO WORK ON IT! • Class time to begin to visit your classmates’ PowerPoints and take notes in the provided graphic organizer filling it in. – You should visit at least TWO today in class. • Homework: For the next week and a half, your homework will be to visit the other PowerPoints created by your classmates and take notes in the provided graphic organizer filling it in. – You should do one to two a night to get done in time. – You need these notes for the culminating assessments.