Warm-up: Monday

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Warm-up: Monday
 Answer the questions below on a piece of paper and be
prepared to discuss
1.) What country was the first to find the sea route to Asia?
2.) What role did gunpowder/guns play in Colonization?
3.) What was one effect that the Europeans have on Asia?
4.) What was one effect that the Europeans have on Africa?
5.) Who made up the new middle class in Capitalism?
Vocabulary Activity
 For 2 of your vocabulary words, I want you to create a box
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like the one below
In the upper left box, put the vocabulary word
In the bottom left box, put the definition
In the upper, right hand box, draw a picture or symbol of
the word
Write a sentence using the word in the lower right hand
box
Word
Picture/Symbol
Definition
Sentence that uses the word
Two Types of Government
 Two types of government in history are Limited and Unlimited
governments
 In a limited government there are restraints placed upon the
power and authority of government
 In an unlimited government there is no ability to limit the
actions of the government
 Creates authoritarian or tyrannies
 In an unlimited government, individual rights and
freedoms don’t exist and citizens are expected to display
total obedience to the government
 Monarchy, Communism, Fascism, Dictatorship
 In a limited government citizens are given individual rights
and can participate in government decisions.
 Democracy, Constitutional Monarchy, Republic
Unlimited Governments
 During 1600s and 1700s,
European monarchies were
unlimited
 No restrictions, no recourse by
citizens
 Believed in “Divine Right” which
said king’s power came from
God.
 France and Russia are two
examples that had monarchs
that limited the rights of citizens
 Taxes, military force, and no
representation
Changes in Government
 Changes came from the
signing of the Magna Carta
in 1215
 Limited the power of the
monarchy
 This allowed people to have
a say in government and
led to the creation of the
English Bill of Rights in
1689
 Led to creation of
Constitutional Monarchy
 Later limited governments
formed around the world
were democracies
 Separation of powers
Exit Slip
 On a scrap piece of paper that you will turn in on your
way out the door, answer the question below with at
least 2 sentences
 What are the major ways that Limited and Unlimited
governments are the same?
Warm-up: Tuesday
 Answer each question below with at least 2 sentences
 Be prepared to discuss
1.) What are some characteristics of a limited
government?
2.) What are some characteristics of a limited
government?
Vocabulary Whiteboards
Limited and Unlimited Government
Activity
Directions : during this activity you will compare and
contrast limited and unlimited governments.
Students will create a Venn diagram that compares and
contrasts limited and unlimited governments.
The Venn diagram needs to include the following:
•At least 3 similarities (in the middle)
•At least 4 distinct features of a limited government
•At least 4 distinct feature of an unlimited government.
Writing activity
After the Venn diagram students will complete a writing
assignment.
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Students will write about a scenario where you
live in a society ruled by a limited government.
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Students will also write about a scenario where
you live in a society ruled by an unlimited government.
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During this writing assignment discuss ideas
such as freewill, laws and how the government works.
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Writing will be 1-3 paragraphs Be sure to write at
least 1 paragraph(at least 5 sentences per each
paragraph) for each scenario.
Warm-up: Wednesday
 Answer the question below on your piece of paper with
at least 4 sentences
 This should be in paragraph format, not bullets
 Be prepared to discuss
 What do you think led many countries in the time
period that we are discussing to change from an
unlimited to limited government? Are there still
unlimited governments around today?
Map Activity
 Get a textbook from the front and look at pg.R16 and
R17 to answer the questions
1.) What is the capital of Russia?
2.) How far is it from Rome, Italy to Bucharest,
Romania?
3.) What is the latitude and longitude (as close as you
can get) of Valencia, Spain?
4.) What direction is it from Austria to Finland?
5.) What countries/bodies of water border Croatia?
Word Sort Activity
 You and your partner will write down at least 5 words that
you associate with Limited Government and 5 that you
associate with Unlimited Government.
 Once you’re done, you need to cut the words out and pair up
with another group
 You will each need to sort out the other groups words as
either Limited or Unlimited Government
Smartboard Sort
Warm-up: Thursday
 Answer the question below with a few bullet points.
 Be prepared to discuss and explain why you think this
 What is the scientific method? Is it important? Why?
Important? Why?
Vocabulary Apple Toss
Changes in thought
 The Scientific Revolution was born out of scientific
and mathematical advances made in the late 1500s and
early 1600s.
 following the age of exploration new truths and new
research challenged previous thought processes and
studies.
Important people
 Isaac Newton came up with the theory of gravity and the
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laws of motion
Isaac Newton's work became the basis of physic and
calculus.
Copernicus came up with the heliocentric theory.
Galileo increased the distance of the telescope and
confirmed the heliocentric theory
Galileo accomplishments include: improving the
telescope, improving the clock, and inventing the
thermometer.
Challenging of Authority
 During the times that proceeded the Scientific Revolution the
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church was considered the authoritative figure on many subjects
such as society, economics, and politics.
During The Scientific Revolution scientists’ ideas and theories
challenged authority.
Scientist used logical reasoning instead of placing their beliefs in
faith.
The main issues that the church had was that certain scientist
said that the church was out right wrong
Galileo was heavily criticized by the Roman catholic church for
finding evidence that supported Copernicus’ Heliocentric theory.
Eventually Galileo was put on trial and was charged with heresy
and he was forced to withdraw many of his statements.
Challenge to Authority
 The heliocentric theory is a prime example of logic overruling faith. For many
years people accepted the Geocentric theory, which stated that the earth was
at the center at the center of the universe, was accepted for more than 1400
years. Copernicus decided that the geocentric theory was not acceptable and
through scientific reasoning came up with the heliocentric theory which
stated that the sun and not the earth is at the center of the universe. The
heliocentric theory contradicted the
The scientific method
 The scientific method was developed by Francis Bacon
 The scientific method was a major contribution of this time
period.
 The scientific method involved forming a question, forming a
hypothesis, testing out the hypothesis through
experimentation and analyzing the results of the experiment.
 The scientific method is still widely used today.
The rise of a new way of thinking.
 The change in thinking that occurred during the
Scientific Revolution lead to the Enlightenment.
 Through the use of reason, Enlightenment
philosophers began developing ideas that challenged
unlimited government.
Exit Slip
 On a piece of paper that you will turn in on the way
out the door, answer the question below without using
your notes
 Give me the main ideas/theories that the following
scientists came up with. Galileo, Newton, Copernicus
Warm-up: Friday
 For today’s warm-up I want you to write down at least 5
things that you remember from our notes from
yesterday about the Scientific Revolution
 Be prepared to be called on and write one of your
things on the smartboard
 You have a couple of minutes to finish this
Scientific Rev.
Vocabulary Random Student
Scientific Revolution Foldable
 You will create a 4 section foldable about the Scientific
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Revolution (This can be made anyway you want)
The sections will be labeled: Copernicus, Galileo, Newton,
and Church Reaction
In the Copernicus, Galileo and Newton sections, I want you
to write 2-3 contributions/ideas that that scientist came up
with. You also need to include 1 picture that represent their
idea
In the Church Reaction section, write at least 3 sentences
explaining why the Scientists clashed with the Church
Be prepared to turn in for a grade at the end of class
You will not talk about everything you have on your
projects, just pick 5 or so facts to tell the class