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AP European History 20122013 Mr. Burrell Paths to Constitutionalism and Absolutism / New Directions in Thought and Culture Objectives: 1. What social and economic factors limited absolute monarchs? 2. Describe the conflict between Parliament and the king over taxation and religion in early Stuart England, the English Civil War, and the abolition of the monarchy. 3. Discuss the establishment of an absolutist monarchy in France under Louis XIV and the religious policies he established. 4. Know the various countries and their histories from 16861740 to include: The Netherlands, France, England, Sweden, The Ottoman Empire, Poland, Prussia, and Russia 5. Explain the creation of the British Prime Minister position 6. Discuss the beginning of the Romanov Dynasty 7. Understand the various astronomical theories of Copernicus, Brahe, Kepler, Galileo, and Newton and the emergence of the new scientific worldview. 8. Explain the philosophies of Bacon, Descartes, Pascal, Hobbes, and Locke. Calendar: Tue 9/25 Unit II Exam – Multiple Choice HW: Complete Current Event #3 Wed 9/26 Turn in Current Event #3 The Rise & Fall of the Netherlands (A look at the collapse of a country) HW: Read Kagan pg. 416420 Study Hall Thu 9/27 The Stuart Monarchy HW: Read Kagan pg. 420424 (finish Oliver Cromwell section) Fri 9/28 Library Research (Must use two nonreference books, two internet sources) Notecards will be due 10/12 – twenty total but you really should have more HW: Continue work on notecards Mon 10/1 No School – Furlough Week HW: Read Kagan pg. 425428 Tue 10/2 No School – Furlough Week HW: Enjoy the night off Wed 10/3 No School – Furlough Week HW: Read Kagan pg. 428429 (stop at Louis’ Early Wars section) Thu 10/4 No School – Furlough Week HW: Enjoy the night off
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  • AP European History 2012-2013 Mr. Burrell Paths to Constitutionalism and Absolutism / New Directions in

    Thought and Culture Objectives:

    1. What social and economic factors limited absolute monarchs? 2. Describe the conflict between Parliament and the king over taxation and religion in early

    Stuart England, the English Civil War, and the abolition of the monarchy. 3. Discuss the establishment of an absolutist monarchy in France under Louis XIV and the

    religious policies he established. 4. Know the various countries and their histories from 1686-1740 to include: The Netherlands,

    France, England, Sweden, The Ottoman Empire, Poland, Prussia, and Russia 5. Explain the creation of the British Prime Minister position 6. Discuss the beginning of the Romanov Dynasty 7. Understand the various astronomical theories of Copernicus, Brahe, Kepler, Galileo, and

    Newton and the emergence of the new scientific worldview. 8. Explain the philosophies of Bacon, Descartes, Pascal, Hobbes, and Locke.

    Calendar: Tue 9/25 Unit II Exam Multiple Choice HW: Complete Current Event #3 Wed 9/26 Turn in Current Event #3

    The Rise & Fall of the Netherlands (A look at the collapse of a country) HW: Read Kagan pg. 416-420

    Study Hall Thu 9/27 The Stuart Monarchy

    HW: Read Kagan pg. 420-424 (finish Oliver Cromwell section) Fri 9/28 Library Research (Must use two non-reference books, two internet sources)

    Notecards will be due 10/12 twenty total but you really should have more

    HW: Continue work on notecards

    Mon 10/1 No School Furlough Week HW: Read Kagan pg. 425-428 Tue 10/2 No School Furlough Week HW: Enjoy the night off Wed 10/3 No School Furlough Week HW: Read Kagan pg. 428-429 (stop at Louis Early Wars section) Thu 10/4 No School Furlough Week HW: Enjoy the night off

  • Fri 10/5 No School Furlough Week HW: Read Kagan pg. 429-433 (stop at Louis Later Wars section) Mon 10/8 Discussion on how economic systems work (Gold standard, paper money, etc...) HW: Read Kagan pg. 433-438 Tue 10/9 Finish Stuart Monarchy HW: Complete Current Event #4 Wed 10/10 Turn in Current Event #4

    The Rise of the Bourbon Monarchy HW: Read Kagan pg. 438-443

    Study Hall Thu 10/11 Louis XIV & his wars HW: Finish Notecards (Round 1 = 20, Round 2 = 20) / Have both sets together Fri 10/12 Turn in Round II Notecards

    The Ottoman Empire Rise & Fall HW: Read Kagan pg. 443-447

    Mon 10/15 A look at Eastern Europe HW: Read Kagan pg. 447-450 Tue 10/16 The Roots of Russian Monarchy the Beginning of the Romanovs HW: Complete Current Event #5 Wed 10/17 The PSAT HW: Read Kagan pg. 452-459 Study Hall Thu 10/18 Turn in Current Event #5

    Astronomy & the Scientific Revolution HW: Read Kagan pg. 459-466

    Fri 10/19 A Look at Bacon, Descartes & Pascal HW: Read Kagan pg. 466-473

    Mon 10/22 Hobbes versus Locke, a debate HW: Read Kagan pg. 475-478 We are skipping witchcraft for now, will come

    back to it later. Tue 10/23 Can Science and Religion exist together? Complete Current Event #6 Wed 10/24 Turn in Current Event #6

    Jeopardy Review Study Hall Thu 10/25 Unit III Exam

  • AP Unit III - Review Sheet Chapter 13 European State Consolidation in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries

    Netherlands independence, stadholder, William III, republic, religious tolerance, States General, Calvinist Reform Church, Urban consolidation, Extensive trade, advanced financial system, Dutch East Indies company, Economic decline

    James I, Mary Stuart of Queen of Scots, [A Trew Law of Free Monarchies], impositions, James versus the Puritans, Plymouth Colony in 1620, Duke of Buckingham, James considered Pro-Catholic, marriage of Charles to Spanish [infanta]

    Charles I versus parliament, Petition of Right, Thomas Wentworth - earl of Strafford, [thorough], War with Scotland, William Laud, Book of Common Prayer, Short Parliament

    Long Parliament, Presbyterians, Independents, Militia Ordinance, Civil war from 1642-1646, Cavaliers, Oliver Cromwell, Roundheads, Puritan Republic 1649-1660, Lord Republic, military dictatorship of Cromwell, conquers Scotland & Ireland

    Charles II, Clarendon Code, Treaty of Dover in 1670, Declaration of Indulgence in 1672, Test Act, Popish Plot

    James II, Tories, his daughter Mary, William of Orange, Glorious Revolution 1688, Bill of Rights, Toleration Act of 1689, Act of Settlement in 1701, Queen Anne, King George I, Great Britain, Hanoverian Dynasty, Act of Settlement (1701), Queen Anne (1702-1714), Act of Union 1707

    George I (r. 1714-1727), James Edward Stuart, [Whigs], [Tories], Robert Walpole, [originator of the cabinet system], ["Quieta non movere"]

    Cardinal Richilieu, [Henry IV], [Louis XIII], [intendants], [corvee], [raison dtat], Cardinal Mazarin, Fronde, Louis XIV, ["one king, one law, one faith"], parlements, dauphin, Versailles, Sun King, [la Gloire], Bishop Bousset, Divine Right, Ltat, cest moi, Jean Baptiste Colbert, [mercantilism]

    War of Devolution, Marie Threse, Triple Alliance, Treaty of Aix-La-Chapelle, Treaty of Dover 1740, Peace of Nijmwegen, Galican Liberties, Jansenism, revocation of Nantes, Nine Years' War, League of Augsburg, Peace of Ryswick, War of Spanish Succession, Philip of Anjou Philip V of Spain, Grand Alliance, Peace of Utrecht, Louis XV (r.1715-1774), John Law, Mississippi Company, Mississippi Bubble, parlements increased power, Cardinal Fleury

    Poland, King John III Sobieski (r. 1674-1696), Sejm, liberum veto, "exploding the diet", nobility over monarchy

    Habsburg Empire, 1649 [Treaty of Westphalia], consolidation of their power, problems with the Magyars in Hungary, Leopold I (r. 1657-1705), Charles VI (r. 1711-1740), Pragmatic Sanction, Maria Theresa

    Prussia and the Hohenzollerns, the rise of Prussia, Frederick William (r. 1640-1688), the Great Elector, the threat of Sweden and Poland, Junkers, Frederick I (r. 1688-1713), King of Prussia, Frederick William I (r. 1713-1740), Prussian Army, Frederick II (r. 1740-1786), Frederick the Great

    Russia, "Time of Troubles", Michael Romanov (r. 1613-1654), boyars, streltsy, Peter the Great (r. 1682-1725), tsar of Russia, imitator of the west, [Five goals of Peter], Charles XII, Great Northern War, St. Petersburg, colleges, Table of Ranks, Orthodox Church, Holy Synod

    The Ottoman Empire, control of most of the Balkan peninsula, millets, dhimmis, overextension of the empire, Sharia, Ulama, failure in the economy, 1699 treaty with the Habsburgs (gave up Balkan control)

  • Chapter 14 New Directions in Thought and Culture in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries

    Nicolaus Copernicus, On the Revolutions of the Heavenly Spheres, Ptolemaic system, geocentric, epicycles, heliocentric, Tycho Brahe, Johannes Kepler, The New Astronomy, Galileo Galilei, Starry Messenger, Letters on Sunspots, Sir Isaac Newton, Principia Mathematica

    Sir Francis Bacon, scholasticism, empirical evidence, The Advancement of Learning, Novum Organum, Atlantis, inductive reasoning, Rene Descartes, Discourse on Method, Meditations, deductive reasoning, cogito ergo sum, Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan 1651, natural right, "a war of every against every man", John Locke, First Treatise of Government, Second Treatise of Government, life, liberty and property, political contract, limited government, Letter Concerning Toleration, Essay Concerning Human Understanding, [tabula rasa]

    Universities, Royal Society of London, new scientific organizations, Queen Christina of Sweden, Margaret Cavendish, Maria Cunitz, Maria Winklemann, written works for women

    Galileo vs the church, Letter to the Grand Duchess Christina, Pope Urban VIII, Dialogue on the Two Chief World Systems, Galileo's trial, Blaise Pascal, Penses, Pascal's view on religion, his wager with the skeptics, Francis Bacon's argument, Physico-theology, John Ray, The Wisdom of God Manifested in His Works of Creation

    Baroque, Michelangelo Caravaggio, Louis LeNain, Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Peter Paul Rubens, Versailles as example of Baroque

    Unit III - Guiding Questions Please remember, some of these guided questions may refer to material that we have already learned. Dont expect to be able to find all of the answers in a certain chapter. This is why they are called guided questions. Chapter 13: The Golden Age of the Netherlands

    1. Why did the United Provinces decline as a major maritime power by the earl 18c? 2. How did the United Provinces gain their independence? 3. Why was William III not able to establish absolutism in the United Provinces? How did the Estates

    General of Holland curtail his political and military ambitions? 4. Why did the Dutch Republic decline at the end of the 17c?

    Chapter 13: Rise of the Parliamentary England

    5. Why was James I so unpopular with his British subjects? What alienated him from Parliament? 6. How did Charles I continue his father's political and fiscal policies? Where did he go even further

    than his father? 7. Why was the Petition of Rights a significant document in the constitutional evolution of England?

    What was Charles I response to it? 8. How did Charles I anger most economic/political groups in England? What were their chief

    complaints about his regime? 9. Why was the Scottish Rebellion, begun in 1639 a turning point for Charles I reign? 10. What parts of English society initially supported the Roundheads during the English Civil War?

    The Cavaliers? Why? 11. What type of split occurred in the parliamentary forces by 1646? How did Oliver Cromwell