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  • Romanticism, Nationalism and Revolution
  • 1830 and 1848
  • Mrs. McArthur
  • Walsingham Academy
  • Room 111
  • People in Bucharest during the 1848 events, carrying the Romanian tricolor

Napoleon and Wellington Student Choice Opportunity, Alt. (Term 1)

  • If you cannot make the rescheduled lecture on Napoleon, Wed. 10/10 3:00-4:30, here is an alternative:
  • Listen to the Podcast, Napoleon and Wellington (28 min.) located on BBC Radio 4, In Our Time Archive: History. (You will need the Apple App: Podcasts and this program is in its catalog. (Picture on next slide.)
  • Write a 1-page essay in which you explain the connections offered in this program to our own study as well as the additional points presented that were new to you. Due by email, 10/12.

Napoleon and Wellington Student Choice Opportunity, Alt. (Term 1)

  • Both the Podcasts and the In Our Time: History Apps are free.

Understanding History Through Literature Student Choice Opportunities(Term 2)

  • Choose 1 of the following (10 pts. ea.)
  • See film: Horseman on the Roof , Tues. 10/18, after school from 3-5 (119 min.)
  • Write a 1-page essay based on the 3 questions at bottom of extract of Wordsworth’s poem, The Excursion. (Details Posted on SPA) Due by email, 10/27.
  • Eugène Delacroix’s Liberty Leading the People, 1830
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  • French Rebels Win in 1830
  • When Charles X of France tried to move back to absolute rule, French citizens barricaded the streets of Paris and fired on soldiers who would try to stop them. Charles fled to England. In his place came the more moderate Louis Philippe, who instituted limited suffrage.
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  • Chap. 20, Section 2: Revolutions of 1830 and 1848, pp 638-643
  • Witness History Audio: More Revolution in the Wind
  • What kinds of images does Tocqueville use to describe the future of Europe?
  • Color Transparency 120: Fighting at the Hotel de Ville, 28th July 1830
  • Witness History Audio: A “Revolutionary Seed”
  • Based on your study, would you agree with Metternich?
  • The Spirit of Reform Spread
  • Revolutions sprouted in Europe, some successful and some not. Belgium won independence with the help of Britain and France. Polish nationalists lost in their bid to separate from Russia.
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  • Section 2: Revolutions of 1830 and 1848
  • Witness History Video: Revolutionary France: Les Misérables
  • The French Revolt Again in 1848
  • In February 1848, French crowds again revolted by blocking streets, and they forced Louis Philippe from the throne. Various factions fought for power. Ultimately the conflict turned into a struggle between the upper and middle-classes and the workers. In the end, a constitution was created that allowed every adult male a vote. Voters then elected Louis Napoleon president. Soon, he would become emperor.
  • Color Transparency 121: Freedom of the Press
  • Witness History Audio: To the Barricades!
  • Kossuth
  • Which 2 states avoided unrest in 1848?
  • Color Transparency 120: Fighting at the Hotel de Ville, 28th July 1830
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  • What ideologies are being expressed?
  • Explain.
  • Color Transparency 121: Freedom of the Press
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  • Color Transparency 122: Europe: 1848 Uprisings
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  • The Spirit of Reform Spread
  • After the 1848 revolt in France, other revolts broke out in Europe. In part of the Austrian Empire, in Hapsburg dominated Italy, and in the German states rebellions erupted and ultimately failed.
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  • Section 2: Revolutions of 1830 and 1848
  • Witness History Audio: The Hungarian Declaration of Independence
  • Color Transparency 122: Europe: 1848 Uprisings
  • Note Taking Transparency 145
  • QuickTake Section Quiz
  • 1848 painting entitled Germania, by Philipp Veit
  • Frankfurt
  • 1848
  • Metternich Flees Vienna
  • Note Taking Transparency 145
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  • Pius IX (“Pio Nino”)
  • Progress Monitoring Transparency
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Do You Know?

  • Events
  • Ideologies
  • People
  • Romanticism
  • Beethoven, Lord Byron, Hugo
  • Revolution: 1830
  • Liberalism
  • (Louis Philippe, Napoleon III)
  • Revolution: 1848
  • Conservatism
  • Nationalism
  • Kossuth

Summary: 1815-1848

  • Northern and Western Europe
  • Experiences Industrial Revolution
  • Issue: Liberal Demands for Change
  • Southern, Central, Eastern Europe
  • Experiences Revolution and Repression
  • Issue: Nationalist Demands for Change
  • …And Romanticism Shows, Tells, Sings the Story

In-Class Activity (due Thurs.)

  • Read text, pp. 638 - top of pp. 640
    • Define 2 blue-bold terms
    • Answer 2 Checkpoint and To The Barricades question.
  • Reminders
  • Quiz: Friday, 10/12
  • Student Choice Activity: film: 3-5 PM Thurs. 10/18 (You must see entire film: 119 min.)
  • Student Choice Activity: Romanticism Essay due Oct. 27

Assignment 1 (due Thurs.)

  • Read text, pp. 640-643
    • Define blue-bold terms
    • Answer 3 Checkpoint and Analyzing Political Cartoons questions.
  • Complete Infographic questions, pp 641
  • Reminders
  • Quiz: Friday, 10/12
  • Student Choice Activity: film: 3-5 PM Tues. 10/18 (You must see entire film: 119 min.)
  • Student Choice Activity: Romanticism Essay due Oct. 27

Assignment 2 (due Fri.)

  • Read pp. 608-611
  • Identify 4 bold-blue terms
  • In a two column chart, summarize life in 1750 and in 1850
  • Complete reading and study of material in Class notes.
  • Study support materials on pp. 642 Take practice quiz; there will be an Quiz on this week’s work.
        • 5 multiple choice (5 pts.)
        • 3 map questions (3 pts.)
  • This is a reading weekend!

Assignment 3 (due Fri.)

  • This is a reading weekend!


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