Chapter 29 Revolutions Unit Set
By: Karis Thomas, Tessa Cisco, Vijitha Kantety, Arielle Moon, Meghna Pinnaka
Dutton - 4th period
26 February 2015
1. Tree Map: The Enlightenment
2. App Response: The scientific Revolution
3. Multi Flow Map: The french Revolution
4. ccs Chart: Haitian & Latin American RevolUtions
1. The american and french revolutions prepared the way for violent political and social revolution for saint-domingue.
2. Most of the colonies' slaves were in brutal conditions.
3. The pattern of slaves running away and planters import new slaves continued throughout eighteenth century.
4. In north america, the gens de couleur became familiar with ideas freedoms and equality and returned saint domingue with the intention of reforming society.
5. Conflict expanded dramatically when a charismatic vodou priest named Boukman organized a slave revolt.
1. only successful slave revolt in history took place on the Caribbean island of Hispaniola after of the French revolution.
2. Hispaniola was a major center of sugar production.
3. Planters worked their slaves so hard and provided them with little care, mortality was very high.
4. Many slaves ran away into mountains.
5. In August 1791 some slaves began killing white settlers, rebels attracted slaves into their ranks.
6. Iberian colonies all had large, wealthy, and powerful class of Euro American criollos or creoles, individuals born in the Americas of Spanish or Portuguese ancestry, though governed by peninsulares.
7. creoles sought to displace the political thought and occasionally took part in tax revolts and popular uprisings.
8. Brazil achieved independence as a monarchy rather than a republic.
9. In South America creole elites like Simon Bolivar led the movement for independence.
10. Colonial rule came to an end in 1831, when creole general Augustin de Iturbide seized the capital and named himself emperor of Mexico, declared independence from Spain.
- on 1 January 1804 they proclaimed establishment of Haiti, became the second independent republic in the western hemisphere.
- Between 1810 and 1825 creoles led movements that brought independence to most Iberian colonies in the Americas and established Euro American elites as the dominant powers in their societies.
- Struggle for independence began in the wake of Napoleon's invasion of Spain and Portugal, which weakened royal authority in the Iberian colonies.
- in 1822 Brazilian creoles called for independence from Portugal, and Pedro agreed to their demands, accepted appointment as Emperor Pedro I.
- Independence brought little social change:
- The peninsulares returned to Europe, but Latin American society remained as rigidly stratified as it had been in 1800.
-Newly independent states granted military authority (caudillos), and also permitted the continuation of slavery.
5. framed Essay: C&C American & french Revolution
- Intro: 3 sentences
Throughout history there had been wars, many of these wars are similar to each other. Both the American Revolution and French Revolution were the products of Enlightenment ideals that emphasized the idea of natural rights and equality. With such an ideological basis, it becomes clear when one sets out to compare the French Revolution and American Revolution that people felt the need to be free from oppressive or tyrannical rule of absolute monarchs and have the ability to live independent from such forces.
In the American and French revolutions there are similarities but there are also key differences, through government and social classes.
Outline of 1st Body with 2- 3 content items, 1- 2 analysis points similarities
-One of the most important similarities between both the American Revolution and French Revolutions was that there was a growing dissent among the people aimed at the monarchy and its associated elite and aristocrats.
-Another important similarity between the two revolutions in France and America was their emphasis on Enlightenment thought. The Enlightenment, which started in France and is associated with writers such as Rousseau and Voltaire, caused those under the thumb of monarchies to begin to recognize the inequality inherent in such systems.
- Outline of 2nd Body with 2- 3 content items, 1- 2 analysis points differences
-There was also a difference in class participation in the Revolutions in America in France. In America, there were still a strong number of loyalists because they benefited from the great amount of favor they received from the British government. In France, however, even the nobles and aristocrats were angry at the monarchy because they were given less and less power.
-One of the biggest contrasts between the American and French Revolution was the difference in the outcomes of the two. The American Revolution brought liberty and justice for all. It created the first Republic since Rome. The French revolution resulted in dictatorship that lasted for decades.
- Conclusion: 3 sentences
The French and American revolutions have more in common than is different although they were not exactly the same. They were both reactions against an oppressive monarchy that taxed heavily and attempted to control its subject and they both reacted in part because of Enlightenment ideals. While there were different circumstances that effected the governments being rebelled against and there were different demographics of supporters, these revolutions had similar aims and achieved the similar result of a new republic and constitution as the final outcome.
Chapter 30 Industry Unit Set
1 .Tree Map: Early Industrial Development
2. Bubble Map: the factory system
3. Multi Flow Map: industrial Revolution
4. Double bubble Map: Pre-Industry & Industrialization
5. Framed Essay: C&C Pre-Industry & Industrialization
- Intro: 3 sentences
There are so many technological developments today that have shaped civilization over the years. However, there was a time when everyone was forced to do all tasks on their own. It was not always possible to have a crop yield enough to feed a whole country. Now, however, these tasks are no longer dilemmas.
In the Pre-Industrial era, there was a limited division of labor and availability of technology, compared to the specialized labor and development of infrastructure of the Industrial era; however, throughout both eras there was an increased dependence on agriculture and laborers.
- Outline of 1st Body with 2- 3 content items, 1- 2 analysis points
-Both pre-industry and post industry needed labor for production. There has always been a constant need for labor for food, money, and shelters.
- Pre-industry and post industrial revolution, people were dependent on agriculture for food. Agriculture was a major part of life and was necessary to feed the population.
- Outline of 2nd Body with 2- 3 content items, 1- 2 analysis points
-Within the economy, there is a transition from goods production to the provision of services. Production of such goods as clothing and steel declines and services such as selling food and clothes and offering advice on investments increase. Although services predominate in a wide range of sectors, health, education, research, and government services are the most decisive for a post-industrial society.
-Post-industrial society seeks to assess the impacts of the new technologies and, where necessary, to exercise control over them. The hope is, for example, to better monitor things like nuclear power plants and to improve them so that accidents like that at Three-Mile Island or Chernobyl can be prevented in the future. The goal is a surer and more secure technological world. The doctrine of the precautionary principle is sometimes used in preventing the worst aspects of new technologies, such as cloning and genetic engineering, when there is no evidence of their negative impact.
- Conclusion: 3 sentences
Many things used in the contemporary world were not available to those people before the Industrial Revolution. There was a time period where people were forced to take on more workload, and lose more energy and many people. However, things have changed, due to the Industrial Revolution, and these issues are no longer problems.