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Name____________ Ms. Reyes/Ms.

Rust

Date: Global 10

Absolutism
Common Core Learning Standards: CCLS RI.1, CCLS CCR 7, CCLS W 5, CCLS CCR Speaking and Listening 1, 3, and 4

Layer C: Basic Understanding (750 points MAX)


You must earn 750 points to complete Layer C and move on to Layer B **Assignments** with asterisks are REQUIRED ACTIVITIES; all students must complete You can earn the remaining points you need in each category using any combination of assignments, including lecture notes, videos, textbook reading, graphic organizers, handouts, and internet activities All assignments will be graded based on an oral quiz given by your teacher, and will be collected at the end of the unit Depending on the assignment you will be graded on both the assignment and the oral quiz Any work that is not completed in class can be completed at home for homework

Essential Questions: When I complete this layer, I will be able to answer the following questions 1. Does power corrupt? 2. Are the most technologically advanced civilizations the most civilized? 3. How do monarchs consolidate power? 4. To what extent can absolute power be positive? Negative? Learning Tasks: These are activities you will complete to show you have learned the objectives. You can accumulate 750 points for Layer C of this unit. You can earn 50 points for each mini-lesson, 250 points for vocabulary activity, and 50 points for each Objective Activity. **MINI-LESSONS (50 points each) and VOCABULARY: notes are 250 points total Mini-Lesson One: Review and Absolute Rulers Absolutism Divine Right Mini-Lesson Two: Absolute Monarchies in Spain Empire Conquistadors Mini-Lesson Three: Absolute Monarchies in France Huguenots Edict of Nantes Louis XIV Sun King Mini-Lesson Four: Absolutism in Central Europe Thirty Years War Maria Theresa Mini-Lesson Five: Absolutism in Russia Peter the Great Westernization Catherine the Great Warm Water Ports Mini Lesson Six: Global Absolutism Akbar the Great

Autocracy

Holy Roman Empire

Centralization

Cardinal Richeliue Versailles

Frederick the Great

Window on the West

Mughal Empire

Suleiman

Ottoman Empire

Mini-Lesson Seven : Limits to Absolutism Magna Carta Constitutional Monarchy Tudor Dynasty Henry VIII Mini-Lesson Eight : The Glorious Revolution Petition of Right Limited Monarchy William and Mary Glorious Revolution

Nobles Anglican Church

Parliament

Parliamentary Democracy English Bill of Rights

Mini-Lesson Nine : Absolute Ruler Review **VOCABULARY ASSIGNMENTS (250 points): Product and oral defense is 250 points total. For each Mini-Lesson, complete one of the following vocabulary assignments. This is to be done at home, or after you finish the assigned classwork for the day. 1. Index Cards: Make index cards for each of the terms. On one side of the card, write the term. On the other side, write definition, examples, location, and any other relevant information. 2. Glossary: on a piece of paper, write a definition, and a sentence for each term

OBJECTIVE ONE ACTIVITIES: Review and Absolute Rulers Introduction (you must choose one). 50 points. 1. Complete the graphic organizer and questions based on the reading OBJECTIVE TWO ACTIVITIES: Absolute Monarchies in Spain (you must choose one) 50 points. 1. Create an annotated timeline using your notes from todays mini -lesson. Include at least three illustrations above significant events in your timeline. 2. Create a table listing at least five reasons for Spains decline. List the reasons in order from the MOST important to the LE AST important. Write a sentence next to each reason explaining its significance. OBJECTIVE THREE ACTIVITIES: Absolute Monarchies in France (you must choose one). 50 points. 1. Write at least one paragraph arguing for or against this statement: Louis XIV was loved by the people, and brought prestige to France. Therefore, he was justified in making himself an absolute ruler. 2. Write two accounts of Louis XIV: one from the perspective of a commoner and one from a noble. Your accounts should be at least one paragraph each. OBJECTIVE FOUR ACTIVITIES: Absolutism in Central Europe (50pts) With your scholar partner, read the descriptions of Maria Theresa of Austria and Frederick the Great of Prussia. Complete the chart together. OBJECTIVE FIVE ACTIVITIES: Absolutism in Russia (you must choose one) 50 pts. 1. Create an argument using evidencewas Peter the Great a hero, or a villain? 2. Write a Bio Poem of Peter the Great using evidence from the readings. OBJECTIVE SIX ACTIVITIES: Global Absolutism 1. Create a Venn diagram comparing one of the two leaders you learned about today to one of the European absolute leaders you learned about during this unit. 2. Complete the chart comparing absolute leaders OBJECTIVE SEVEN ACTIVITIES: Limits to Absolutism 1. Watch BrainPOP on Queen Elizabeth. Complete the Activity.

OBJECTIVE EIGHT ACTIVITIES: The Glorious Revolution 1. Create a timeline showing the changes to the English Monarchy. Illustrate at least three of the points on your timeline. Be sure to include all essential vocabulary. 2. Create a political cartoon showing the events of the Glorious Revolution. This can be literalusing images to show what actual happenedor symbolicusing symbols to represent how ideas about government changed as a result of the Revolution. OBJECTIVE NINE ACTIVITIES: Absolute Ruler Review 1. Complete Jigsaw and short answer activities.