Chapter 19: The Changing Life of the People, 1700-1800
Marriage and the Family
A. Late Marriage and Nuclear Families
1. Nuclear Families: parents and kids (not 3 generational)
2. Delayed Marriage: early modern Europe, they waited for economic
Chapter 15: European Exploration and Conquest, 1450-1650
World Contacts Before Columbus
Some believed in Prester John a legendary Christian king in Africa
The European Voyages of Discovery
A. Causes of European Expansion
At the beginning of this pe
Chapter 16: Absolutism and Constitutionalism (ca. 1589-1725)
Seventeenth Century Crisis and Rebuilding
A. Peasant Life in the Midst of Economic Crisis
1. Diet: rich got white bread, poor got brown bread(which actually had some protein and
was thus heal
Chapter 18: The Expansion of Europe, 1650-1800
Working the Land
A. The Legacy of the Open-Field System
1. The Open Field System: unenclosed land divided into long, narrow strips
2. Traditional Village Rights: communal farming rights
a. Gleaning: collec
Chapter 17: Toward a New Worldview, 1540-1789
A. Scientific Thought
1. Natural Philosophy- focused on fundamental questions about the nature, purpose, and
function of the universe
01.02 What Is Citizenship?
Use this information to conduct an interview to evaluate the naturalization process. Consider
this guiding question as you prepare, conduct, and reflect on the interview
Does the naturalization process create good U.S. citizens?
Module 1.00 and 1.01
Answer the questions as you read through the module. This will help you to take
notes that you may use during DBAs and Exams.
1.1 Be sure to check the pacing chart and see what you need to do for each
1.2 Natural Rights
Module 1 1.02
1.02 What is Citizenship?
1. How does the 14 Amendment of the US Constitution define citizens?
a. Jus soli:
b. Jus sanguinis:
2. Categorizing non-citizens. Write as many notes as possible for each.