Monday, November 18, 2019
Lecture: Phases of the French Revolution Radical Phase Reign of Terror
Liberal vs. Conservative Tom Paine vs. Edmund Burk
Homework: Please take climate survey for WCSD instructions below. Please turn in evidence with your name that shows you have taken the survey.
Tuesday, November 19, 2019 2006 Robespierre: Pro and Con The Directory Rousseau vs. Wollstonecraft (maybe) Wednesday, November 20, 2019 Organize the class into teams of four. Have each team investigate the commonalities of the following
so-called revolutions 1. Protestant Reformation, 2. American Revolution, 3. French Revolution. 4. Glorious Revolution Students should read Crane Brinton’s Anatomy of a Revolution to discuss the underlying factors for their respective revolutions. They should discuss similarities and differences in the revolutions. Finally, how does Brinton’s thesis stand up under the weight of their investigations. They should each write this on their own sheet of paper and turn it in at the end of class.
Thursday, November 21, 2019 Napoleon as a political animal: Categorize N's actions into who it favored: Nobles, Clergy,
Homework: Read Primary sources on Napoleon
Friday, November 22, 2019 Read Madam de Remusat and Fouche
To what extent was Napoleon the greatest of the Enlightened despots? (you need to
define enlightened despot and compare him to Fredrick the Great, Catherine the Great,
Joseph II) To what extent did Napoleon preserve rather than betray the gains
of the French Revolution? Read P 714-20
Saturday, November 23, 2019 Weekend Reading P 712-14 Sunday, November 24, 2019 No Class
2019-2020 WCSD Student Climate and Safety Survey
All students must take the school climate survey. In order to minimize out of class time, Amie Newberry has kindly created this easy handout that can be used with smart phones in class (instead of bringing them to the lab, waiting FOREVER for the computers to log on, and taking the 30 minute survey). This should be much more efficient.
- SHOW THE VIDEO (2 min)—link— https://youtu.be/mQGWlQj87DM
- Have students scan the QR code to take them directly to the link (smart phone cameras are a QR code reader—if they pretend like they are going to take a picture of the QR code, a banner pops up, follow the banner to the page).
- Access Code is STUDENT ID
- Student responses are NOT recorded unless they click “Submit” at the bottom of the survey.
- Students must complete the survey all in one sitting.
- If a student doesn’t have a smart phone, please send them to the library to use an iPad or borrow a friend’s phone.
- Survey takes between 15-30 minutes
- Students can choose not to participate if they do not want to take the survey.
- Please communicate to students this survey is INCREDIBLY IMPORTANT.
- Answering honestly will give Reno High better quality data.
- Student opinions are valued and confidential.
I know how valuable your teaching time is, so I appreciate you finding a pocket of time over this 2-week timeframe to accomplish this little task.