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CASA GRANDE HISTORIA MUNDIAL


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JANUARY 2018
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Chapter 23 Vocab to
Know:
Old Regime,
Estates-General,
Estates, National
Assembly, Tennis
Court Oath, Great
Fear, Legislative
Assembly, Émigré,
Jacobin,
Sans-culotte,
guillotine, Reign of
Terror, Coup d’etat,
plebiscite, lycee,
concordat,
Napoleonic Code,
Battle of Trafalgar,
Blockade,
Continental System,
Peninsular War,
Guerrilla, Scorched
Earth Policy,
Waterloo, Hundred
Days, Congress of
Vienna, Balance of
Power, Legitimacy,
Holy Alliance,
Concert of Europe

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Welcome Back!!
Read tonight:
Chapter 23 Sec 1
List the three
estates of the Old
Regime.• Summarize
the factors that led
to the French
Revolution.•
Describe the
creation of the
National Assembly
and the storming of
the Bastille.•
Explain the
importance of the
Great Fear and the
women’s march on
Versailles.

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Read tonight:Chapter
23 sec 2
• Explain how the
National Assembly
changed France’s
government.•
Summarize the
positions of the
three factions that
tried to govern
France.• Explain how
war and the king’s
execution affected
the Revolution.•
Describe the events
and the aftermath of
the Reign of Terror.

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Chapter 23 -
Essential Questions:
Why were the French
people so upset with
their government
that they wanted to
change it?
Did they make the
right choices as
they fought to
establish a new
government?
How did the French
Rev impact the
future of France and
Europe?
Was Napoleon a
villain, hero or
something else?

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Chapter 23 - People
to Know:
Louis XVI, Marie
Antoinette,
Maximillien
Robespierre,
Jean-Paul Marat,
Napoleon Bonaparte,
Klemens von
Metternich

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NO SCHOOL
M L K DAY

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Read Tonight:
Chapter 23 sec 3
• Explain how
Napoleon Bonaparte
came to power.•
Summarize how
Napoleon restored
order in France.•
Describe the extent
and weaknesses of
Napoleon’s empire.

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Read Tonight
Chapter 23 sec 4
• Explain Napoleon’s
tactical and
political mistakes.

Summarize Napoleon’s
defeat, comeback,
and final downfall.
Late Start (LS)

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Read Tonight
Chapter 23 sec 5
• List the results
of the Congress of
Vienna.
-Show how the
ideas of the French
Revolution continued
to influence people.

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LS
FRENCH REVOLUTION
TEST

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Read Tonight
Chapter 24 sec 1 -
681-*686
Vocabulary:
Peninsulare, creole,
mulatto, Simon
Bolivar, Jose de San
Martin, Miguel
Hidalgo, Jose Maria
Morelos

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Read Tonight
Chapter 24 sec 3
Vocabulary:
conservative,
liberal, radical,
nationalism,
nation-state, the
Balkans,
Louis-Napoleon,
Alexander II

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Read Chpt 24 sec 3
692-697
Vocabulary:Russification,
Camillo di Cavour,
Giuseppe Garibaldi,
Junker, Otto von
Bismark,
realpolitik, kaiser

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EARLY RELEASE (ER)
Read Chpt 25 Sec 1
p717-722
Vocabulary:
Industrial
Revolution,
enclosure, crop
rotation,
industrialization,
factors of
production, factory,
entrepreneur

     

FEBRUARY 2018
S M T W T F S
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Read Chpt 25 Sec 2
p722-728
Vocabulary:urbanization,
middle class

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Read Chpt 25 Sec 3
p729-733
Vocabulary:Stock,
Corporation

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Read Chpt 25 Sec 4
p734-740
Vocabulary:Laissez
faire, Karl Marx,
Adam Smith,
communism,
capitalism, union,
utilitarianism,
strike, socialism

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Test - Chapter 24 &
25
Nationalism &
Industrialization

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Read pages 773-778
Vocabulary:
imperialism, racism,
Social Darwinism,
Berlin Conference,
Shaka, Boer, Boer
War

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Read pages : 779-784
Vocabulary:
paternalism,
assimilation,
Menelik II

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Read pages 791-795
Sepoy, Jewel in the
Crown, Sepoy Mutiny,
Raj

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NO SCHOOL
PRESIDENTS DAY

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CHAPTER 29 VOCAB
Militarism, Triple
Alliance, Triple
Entente, Central
Powers, Allied
Powers (Allies),
Western Front,
Schlieffen Plan,
Trench Warfare,
Eastern Front, Be
able to Identify at
least 3 new weapons
used in the war,
Unrestricted
submarine warfare,
rationing,
propaganda,
armistice, Total
War,
Self-determination,
League of Nations,
Treaty of
Versailles, Fourteen
Points

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Read Tonight
Chapter 29sec 1
-p.841-844
1 Identify the
political and
military forces that
took root in Europe
in the late 1800s.

2. List the
countries that
composed the Triple
Alliance and the
Triple Entente.

3. Summarize the
events that set
World War I in
motion.

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LS

     

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Read Tonight
Chapter 29 sec 2
-p.845-850
1.Describe the
reaction to
Austria’s
declaration of war.
2. Summarize the
military events on
the Western Front.
3. Explain the
progression of the
war on the Eastern
Front.

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CHAPTER 29 PEOPLE:
Kaiser Wilhelm II,
Archduke Franz
Ferdinand, Gavrilo
Princep, Woodrow
Wilson, George
Clemenceau
DATES to KNOW:
6/28/1914;
7/28/1914; 4/2/1917;
11/11/1917;
6/28/1919

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Read Tonight
Chapter 29 sec 3-
p.851-856
1.Describe the
escalation of World
War I.
2. Identify how
governments
established wartime
economies.
3. Summarize how the
allies pushed to
victory.

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Read Tonight
Chapter 29 sec 4
p.858-861
1.List the main
points of the Treaty
of Versailles.
2. Describe the
effects of World War
I on Western
society.

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World War I - TEST

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