Unit 13 Bon appétit! (Enjoy your meal!)Unit 13 Bon appétit! (Enjoy your meal!)
They learn how to talk about what they have eaten and drunk the previous day. They learn some food vocabulary relating to Bonfire Night and their intercultural understanding develops through comparison with Bastille Day
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The French RevolutionThe French Revolution
After a Reign of Terror bled France, Napoleon Bonaparte took over the country and ruled as a military dictator. Napoleon’s thirst for an Empire eventually led to his downfall, as overexpansion and war losses led twice to his exile
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The French Revolution BeginsThe French Revolution Begins
Large population, prosperous foreign trade, and was the center of the Enlightenment; French culture was widely praised and imitated throughout the rest of the world
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Social Studies – World History Unit of Study: Age of Revolutions Third Grading Period – Unit 1 curriculum overviewSocial Studies – World History Unit of Study: Age of Revolutions Third Grading Period – Unit 1 curriculum overview
The Age of Revolutions is marked by the slow shifting of power from an individual to the citizens of a nation
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The Enlightenment and the American Revolution (1700-1800)The Enlightenment and the American Revolution (1700-1800)
Encyclopedia, which was published between 1751 and 1772. This work was a forum for
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French RevolutionFrench Revolution
What began as a call for constitutional monarchy erupted into a decade of turmoil that resulted in six consecutive governments, the execution of the king, and finally, a dictatorship that ushered in the Napoleonic Era
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The religious and historical importance of the Marchioness, Magdalene of Canossa (1774-1835) and her charitable work is lavishly reflected in the collection of her letters, since these are not an exhibition of her literary style
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Name April 1775 – American Revolution beginsName April 1775 – American Revolution begins
Lexington, Mass.– British wanted to capture radical leaders Sam Adams & John Hancock
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Introduction from Diversity Comes StrengthIntroduction from Diversity Comes Strength
United States and as an experiment to incorporate a substantially different culture. It was the beginning of the meeting of multi-cultural frontiers
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Gordon S. Wood, Empire of Liberty: a history of the Early Republic, 1789-1815, The Oxford History of the United States
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Alfred Crosby, Ecological ImperialismAlfred Crosby, Ecological Imperialism
Brain Fagan, Chaco Canyon (2005), presents current archaeological understandings on the Chaco Canyon site
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Renaissance: “rebirth”; following the Middle Ages, a movement that centered on the revival of interest in the classical learning of Greece and Rome; 1300 – 1650 ce
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Alexander the GreatAlexander the Great
Emperor of the Mughal Empire in India. He is considered to be their greatest ruler. He is responsible for the expansion of his empire, the stability his administration gave to it, and the increasing of trade and cultural diffusion
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Defining Revolution The Myth of SpeedDefining Revolution The Myth of Speed
Paris and the rural countryside, spontaneously rioted over a lack of food, political representation, and power. Or, consider more modern symbols of revolution: students stepped in front of Chinese tanks in Tiananmen Square
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Social Studies Standard Articulated by Grade Level High SchoolSocial Studies Standard Articulated by Grade Level High School
Po interpret historical data displayed in maps, graphs, tables, charts, and geologic time scales
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