II. Chapter#15&16 Review

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Revolutions 1/7/13
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• OBJECTIVE: Examine what is Infinitely Reasonable.
MCSS WH-5.2.1
• I. Administrative Stuff
-Attendance
-Week Ahead
• II. The Day the Universe Changed
-questions on episode#5 “Infinitely Reasonable”
• III. Homework due Friday!
1.) Read Chapter#16 section#1 p.394-397
-Answer questions (1-7)* p.397
2.) Read Chapter#16 section#3 p.401-405
-Answer questions (1-7)* p.405
3.) Read Chapter#16 section#5 p.410-415
-Answer questions (1-7)* p.415
Revolutions 1/8/13
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• OBJECTIVE: Complete examination of European
influence during the age of Exploration. MCSS WH-5.2.1
• I. Journal#10 pt.A
-Examine “Geography & History” p.402
-Answer questions (1-3) p.402
• II. Journal#10 pt.B
-notes on Europeans in the America’s and video Joilet & Marquette
• III. Homework due Friday!!
1.) Read Chapter#16 section#1 p.394-397
-Answer questions (1-7)* p.397
2.) Read Chapter#16 section#3 p.401-405
-Answer questions (1-7)* p.405
3.) Read Chapter#16 section#5 p.410-415
-Answer questions (1-7)* p.415
4.) Chapter#15&16 Review
The French in North America
http://www.meadwildlife.org/history/history-05a.jpg
• In the early 1500s, the
French began fishing off
the coast of
Newfoundland (Canada).
• 1608 – First permanent
settlement in New France
(Quebec).
• Jesuits soon followed
converting the Natives to
Christianity.
• Helped by Native
American allies, French
fur traders advanced
inland & claimed large
areas of land for France.
The English in North America
• First permanent English
settlement Jamestown,
Virginia 1607.
• The Pilgrims showed up in
1620. (Plymouth, Mass)
• By the 1700s the struggle for
power between the British &
French led to the French &
Indian War (The Seven Years
War)
• The Treaty of Paris gave
control of Canada to the
British and lands east of the
Mississippi.
http://www.archives.gov/education/lessons/revolution-images/images/treaty-of-paris-01.jpg
Changes in Europe
• New foods come to
Europe from the
Americas.
-tomatoes, potatoes, pumpkins,
beans, squash, corn,
pineapples, and peppers.
http://www.nwhm.org/images/jamestown/page3image1_large.jpg
• Tobacco & Chocolate
• The new crops led to
population growth.
• Millions migrated to the
America’s from Europe &
force brought millions
more from Africa.
• The growth in population
led to inflation.
Revolutions 1/9/13
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• OBJECTIVE: Examine the concepts related to
Exploration. MCSS WH-5.2.1
• I. Chapter#15&16 Guided Readings
Complete the following activities due today!
-Chapter#15 section#1 Guided Reading
-Chapter#16 section#3 Guided Reading
• II. Chapter#15&16 Review
-Review for Chapter#15&16 Test
Notices
• 1.) Journals#1-10 Due Tomorrow
• 2.) Chapter#15&16 Test Friday
– Ch#15 sec#1,3-4 & Ch#16 sec#1,3,5
• 3.) Homework Due Friday
 Read Chapter#16 section#1 p.394-397
-Answer questions (1-7)* p.397
 Read Chapter#16 section#3 p.401-405
-Answer questions (1-7)* p.405
 Read Chapter#16 section#5 p.410-415
-Answer questions (1-7)* p.415
 Chapter#15&16 Review
 * Pick four questions from each section
Revolutions 1/10/13
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• OBJECTIVE: Examine Credit Where It’s Due.
MCSS WH-5.2.1
• I. Administrative Stuff
-Attendance & Journals#1-10 Due!
• II. The Day the Universe Changed
-questions on episode#6 “Credit Where It’s Due”
• III. Homework due Tomorrow!
1.) Read Chapter#16 section#1 p.394-397
-Answer questions (1-7)* p.397
2.) Read Chapter#16 section#3 p.401-405
-Answer questions (1-7)* p.405
3.) Read Chapter#16 section#5 p.410-415
-Answer questions (1-7)* p.415
4.) Chapter#15&16 Review
• NOTICE: Chapter#15&16 Test Tomorrow!
Notices
• 1.) Chapter#15&16 Test TOMORROW!
– Ch#15 sec#1,3-4 & Ch#16 sec#1,3-4
• 2.) Homework Due TOMORROW!
 Read Chapter#16 section#1 p.394-397
-Answer questions (1-7)* p.397
 Read Chapter#16 section#3 p.401-405
-Answer questions (1-7)* p.405
 Read Chapter#16 section#5 p.410-415
-Answer questions (1-7)* p.415
 Chapter#15&16 Review
 * Pick four questions from each section
Revolutions 1/11/13
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• OBJECTIVE: Demonstrate mastery of Chapter#15&16 and begin
examination of the Age of Absolutism. MCSS WH-5.2.1
• I. Administrative Stuff
-attendance & distribution of test
• II. Chapter#15&16 Test
• III. Journal#11 pt.A
-Examine the map on p.423
-Answer questions (1-3) p.423
• IV. Journal#11 pt.B
-notes on Spain and the Holy Roman Empire
• V. Homework Friday 1/18/13
1.) Read Chapter#17 section#1 p.422-426
-Answer questions (1-7)* p.426
2.) Chapter#17 section#2 p.426-430
-Answer questions (1-6)* p.430
Empire of Charles V
• In the 1500s, wealth from
the Americas made Spain
the richest empire in
Europe.
• Arts & literature were at
their height.
• But, this surplus wealth
eventually led to the
decline of the empire.
http://www.rootsweb.com/~wggerman/map/images/charlesvempire.jpg
Charles V
• Charles the grandson
of Ferdinand &
Isabella and ruled an
empire that was vast.
• He wore two crowns.
• He was the heir to the
Spanish crown and
that of the Austrian
Hapsburgs (Holy
Roman Empire)
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Constant Warfare
• Ruling both empires meant Charles
was constantly at war.
• As you know, war costs money.
• He was at war with France for
claims the Hapsburgs had in Italy.
• He fought against Protestant
movements in the German states
(he had to allow some of the
princes to be Protestant)
• His greatest for was the Ottoman
Empire.
• If it wasn’t for Poland, the
Ottomans would have captured
Vienna.
http://ron.heavengames.com/cpix/gameinfo/nations/spain/charlesV.jpg
Poland
• 1683 King Jan
Sobieski broke the
Ottoman siege of
Vienna.
• This stopped the
Ottoman Empire from
conquering Eastern &
Central Europe.
http://www.pages.drexel.edu/undergrad/ds22/rakoczi
King Philip II
• He reigned from 15561598
• He spent much of his time
working & led a Spartan
life style.
• He ruled as an absolute
monarch & believed in
divine right.
• He saw himself as
guardian of the Catholic
Church & enforced
religious unity.
http://www.nps.gov/casa/historyculture/images/philipII_1.jpg
Wars of King Phillip II
• Lepanto 1571 – Spain & Italian allies
defeated an Ottoman fleet.
• Netherlands (1560s-1581) – Protestant
provinces in the richest part of the empire
revolted along religious lines, against high
taxes, and autocratic Spanish rule.
• England 1588 – Spanish Armada sail on
England.
The Spanish Armada
http://www.dover-kent.co.uk/people/images/pic_elizabeth_i_armada.jpg
• By the 1580s, Philip
viewed the Protestant
Queen of England,
Elizabeth I, as his primary
foe.
• She had supported the
Dutch against the
Spanish.
• She supported Sea Dogs
(Privateers) to plunder
Spanish treasure ships.
• To end the English
attacks Phillip assembled
a huge fleet to sail on
England.
The Spanish Armada
• In 1588, 130 ships with 20,000
men and 2,400 pieces of
artillery set sail for England.
• Weird weather made the
superior Spanish ships
vulnerable to the lighter faster
English ships.
• Then, a savage storm blew up
scattering the Armada & ended
the planned invasion.
• The Spanish were soon
replaced by Dutch, English,
and French fleets.
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/2/2c/Routes_armada.gif/270px-Routes_armada.gif
The Golden Century
• Philip was a huge
patron of the arts.
• El Greco “the Greek”
– the Painter
• Miguel de Cervantes
– he wrote Don
Quixote.
http://www.vangelismovements.com/ElGrecoFrontB.jpg
El Greco
http://herschel.esac.esa.int/Toledo/toledo_elgreco.jpg
http://www.champagnat.org/images/mundomarymaria/imaculada/images/El%20Greco-1_jpg.jp
El Greco
El Greco
http://www.sindone.org/images/icono/greco2g.jpg
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