Mr. Christopher Patten

Lesson #13: Latin America Revolutions

How did the French Revolution impact the revolutionary movements in Haiti and Latin America?

Latin American Leaders Documents (Docs)

Latin American Social Structure (Slides)

Latin American Revolutions (Slides)

Leaders of Latin American Revolutions (Graphic Organizer)

Lesson #9: Unification of Germany and Italy

What effect did nationalism have on Europe in the 19th century?

​​Unification of Germany and Italy (Slides)

German Unification (Docs)

Italian Unification (Docs)

Graphic Organizer (Docs)

Lesson #7: Social, Economic, & Political Issues that Led to the French Revolution

What were the social, economic, and political issues that led to the French Revolution?

Social Structure of France (Slides)

Causes of Revolution (Slides)

Problems in Pre-Revolutionary France (Docs)

Lesson #12: Nationalism

What is nationalism? What impact can it have?

Nationalism (Slides)

Discourse on the Love of Country (Docs)

Lesson #11: Congress of Vienna

What were the major goals of the Congress of Vienna and were they successful?

Vienna & Impact Primary Sources

Congress of Vienna (Slides)

Congress of Vienna (Handout)

Lesson #6: What was the French Revolution
​​What was the French Revolution?

Social Structure of France (Slides)
Problems Primary Sources (Docs)
Problems of France (Handout)

Lesson #8: National Assembly Stage of the French Revolution​

What occurred during the National Assembly Stage of the French Revolution?

National Assembly Sources (Docs)

STAGE 1: National Assembly (Slides)

Lesson #10: Age of Napoleon Stage of the French Revolution
What were the achievements and failures of Napoleon?

Success & Failures (Slides)

Success & Failures (Handout)

Napoleon Reading & Map

Biography.com: Napoleon

Reign of Terror

Summer 1793 – Robespierre becomes the leader of the Committee of Public Safety. The committee would decide who was an enemy of the state of France.

Lesson & Resources

Lesson #2: Historical Circumstances Led to the Enlightenment

What historical circumstances led to the Enlightenment?

​What Led to Enlightenment (Docs)

Graphic Organizer: Historical (Docs)

The Age of Reason (Slides)

Timeline: Unit 10.2

The Enlightenment called into question traditional beliefs and inspired widespread political, economic, and social change. This intellectual movement was used to challenge political authorities in Europe and colonial rule in the Americas. 

Lesson #9: Radical Revolution Stage of the French Revolution

What occurred during the Radical Revolution Stage of the French Revolution? 

Reign of Terror Primary Sources

STAGE 2: Radical Revolution (Slides)

Explore Geography

Lesson #3: Point of View Enlightenment Thinkers 

What points of view did Enlightenment Thinkers have about government?

Enlightenment Thinker (Slides)

Points of View of Thinkers (Docs)

Great Thinkers: John Locke

Enlightenment QUIZLET

Lesson #4: Effects of Enlightenment 

What effect did the Enlightenment have on social reform movements and monarchs in the 18th century?

Absolute or Enlightened? (Slides)

Social Reform Movements in the 18th century (Docs)

Great Concepts: The Enlightenment

There are only two forces in the world, the sword and the spirit. In the long run the sword will always be conquered by the spirit.

Lesson #1: Political & Cultural Situation in Europe

What was the political and cultural situation in Europe ca. 1750?

​​Political and Cultural Situation in Europe 1750 (Docs)

Unit 10.2: Enlightenment, Revolution, and Nationalism

Enlightenment

A movement in the 18th century that stressed the importance of reason and science in philosophy and the questioning of government. 

Napoleon of France

Lesson #5: Mary Wollstonecraft's A Vindication of the Rights of Woman 

To what extent did Mary Wollstonecraft challenge ideas about the rights of women in 18th century Europe?​

Ideas of Mary Wollstonecraft (Docs)