grade 10 FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE CONTENT 1. Reasons for Europe’s rise to power. Economics, politics, technology, religion, geography 2. Absolutism features: In and out of Europe. The Islamic “Gumpowder Empires and European Versions of Absolutism Peter the Great, Frederick the Great, Akbar, Aurangzeb, Suleiman, Taj Mahal, Louis XIV Philip II, Elizabeth 1. Louis XVI 3. Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment Galileo, Copernicus, Brahe, Kepler, Newton, Harvey, Montesquieu, Locke, Bacon, Hobbes, Smith What attempts to “rationalize” government and society? 4. French Revolution and Napoleon: Liberalism Ancien Regime, Louis XIV, Estates General, Stages of Revolution (this one in particular and theoretically). Reforms of the moderates and of the radicals. The return to “normalcy”. Napoleon’s military success, failure, and domestic reforms. The 1815 Peace Settlement and redrawn map: purpose and evaluation 5. Industrial Revolution Necessary elements, key inventions, rights and reforms achieved, spread elsewhere 6. Romanticism Gericault, Delacroix, Goya, Turner, 7. Nationalism, Unification and Modernization case studies of Japan, Germany, Italy FORMAT Part one. In groups (of my choosing). To show relationships between the key concepts. about 30 minutes, about 25% of test Some multiple choice. Several short answers (1-3 sentences). Many asking you to interpret data relating to the eras above. Choice of essay regarding revolution or nationalization.
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