Agenda: Mon-Fri, January 23-27, 2012

Liberty Leading the People By Eugiene Delacroix (1830)
Learning Targets for Chapter 16 "Atlantic Revolutions":
•  To make students aware of the number and diversity of Atlantic revolutions in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries
•  To explore the cross-pollination between revolutionary movements
•  To investigate the real impact of the Atlantic revolutions
•  To consider the broader long-term implications of the revolutionary movements forsweeping social change
Jacques-Louis David's painting of the Tennis Court Oath.
Monday, Jan. 23, 2012

Quote: "The brain is wider than the sky." - Emily Dickinson, 1830-1886
1. Quiz Chapter 17 - Atlantic Revolutions & Their Echoes
2. Begin the documentary History Channel's French Revolution.
3. Use the question handout to assist and help prepare for the test.

Jacques-Louis David's painting of the Death of Marat.
Tuesday Jan. 24, 2012
Quote: "We know what we are but not what we may be." - Ophelia in Hamlet, Shakespeare
1. Continue The French Revolution video. Use questions to assist.
Just before we watch the next portion, we'll review what we watched on Monday with this:
God and Grain: The French Revolution Part I with John Green
Jacques-Louis David's painting of Napoleon crossing the Alps.
Wed/Thursday Jan. 25, 2012
Quote: "I have not failed. I have just found 10,000 things that do not work." - Thomas Edison, 1847-1931
1. Finish any portion of the French Revolution & Discussion, if needed.
2. After the video is over, we will review and discuss. Mr. Duez will collect the question sheets & answers for the video. We'll also see these two short video clips that help to review what we have learned:
Headless Monarchy: The French Revolution, Part II
Regin of Terror: The French Revolution, Part III
3. Work in groups on Document 17.1 "The Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen, 1789" (page 806-809) and Docuument 17.2 "A Vindication of the Rights of Women, 1792" (Pages 808-809). We will work to answer the questions associated with each and compare & contrast both documents.
The Execution of Robespierre.
Friday Jan. 26, 2012
Quote: "Great spirits have often overcome violent opposition from mediocre minds." - Albert Einstein, 1879-1955
**Mr. Duez will be out today**
1. Substitute will take attendance.
2. Students will have the remainder of the period to work independently on three documents:
Document 17.3 "The Jamaica Letter, 1815"
Document 17.4 "What to the Slave is Fourth of July?, 1852" 
Document 17.5 "Letter to a Friend, 1899" 
Students will answer the questions that are bullet-ed in the section before each document.
And they will write out their answers to page 816 1-3 "Using the Evidence: Claiming Rights"