CENTS Chapter 12
How did the Italian Renaissance culture differ from the culture of the High Middle Ages?
Why did the Renaissance begin in Italy?
What were the principal characteristics of Italian Renaissance Art?
Why did th
Chapter 13: Reformations of Religion
What made Luthers view of Christianity different from Rome?
Why did Germans support him?
Why was cuius regio eius religio the norm in German Society?
How did the Lutheran reformation lead
CENTS: Chapter 14 The Wars of Religion
Why was the period between 1540 and 1660 one of the most turbulent in Europe?
Why did religious conflicts become so deeply entwined with political conflicts during this time?
What was the resu
CENTS Chapter 15- Absolutism
What were the aims of absolutist rulers?
How did John Lockes ideas impact the Glorious Revolution in England?
How did Louis XIV strengthen his control over France?
What changes were behind the growing po
CENTS Chapter 16: Scientific Revolution
What developments paved the way for the scientific revolution and how?
How did Copernicus propose to correct the weakness in the inherited model of the cosmos?
To what extent did breakthroughs
CENTS: The French Revolution, Chapter 18
What made the French Revolution a
How was the Revolution different and
similar to others throughout history?
Tennis Court Oath
Storming of the
AP Euro CENTS- CH 22 Imperialism
What were the causes of the new imperialism?
How did the British reorganize their rule in India?
How did trade relationships change between Europe and China?
What were the reasons for and the impact of the
Summer Assignment 2013
Since you are in an AP class, you should be expecting to get some summer work- so here
it is. Its not that bad. You have to read a few chapters from the textbook and read a book- you
have three choices for that part. From th
AP Euro: English Civil War
This timeline should help you with the important events of the English Civil War. Take into
consideration other events that are happening in European History at the same time.
English Civil War Timeline
November 26, 2012
What characteristics make a good
November 26, 2012
What we are doing today:
1. Differentiate between absolutism and limited
Absolute Monarchy in Spain
1. What two Empires did Charles V rule?
a. How were those two empires divided?
b. What countries were in those two empires of those two empires?
c. What challenges did ruling two
Absolute Monarchy in France
1. What symbol did King Louis XIV take? Why?
2. How did Louis XIV strengthen France? Give examples of government affairs and his
finance minister Colbert.
3. What was Versailles? W
The Renaissance and You
You will use renaissanceconnection.org to do the following activity:
Individually, you will research specific aspects of what made the Renaissance different from life
before and how it still impacts today. You wi
Modern History Sourcebook:
Abb Sieyes: What is the Third Estate?
Emmanuel Joseph Sieyes: "What is the Third Estate?
Independence Movements of the early 1800s.
*YOU MUST COMPLETE THIS STUDY GUIDE ON A SEPARATE SHEET OF PAPER:
TYPED OR HANDWRITTEN* YOU WILL LOSE 5 PTS. IF THIS IS NOT FOLLOWED.
Industrial Revolution/Latin American Revolutions Study Guide (50pts.)
Part One: Industrial Revol
Nationalism: pride in ones country
Militarism (arms race): a competition between countries to
see who can create the most powerful weapons.
System of Alliances: when many alliances are made at the
World War I Technology
Directions: Each student will have their own document to read, along with a set of
questions to answer specific to their topic.
Step One: read about the topic assigned to you and answer questions specific
to the to
United States Declare War (WWI)
Unrestricted Submarine Warfare:
1. What two countries were involved in Unrestricted Submarine Warfare?
2. What was the name of the British ships attacked by the German U-boats? Why was this
essentially a h
*COMPLETE ON A SEPARATE SHEET OF PAPER*
WHAC: World War I/Europe between the Wars: Review Guide
Test Date: May 1 or 2 2013: Wednesday or Thursday
YOU MAY USE THE STUDY GUIDE ON THE TEST!
Part One: World War I. Make sure you know the following for th
May 28, 2013
1. What two countries are involved here?
2. What do you think the cartoon is trying
3. What does it tell you about the
relationship between these two countries?
MP 2 Study Guide
What to study
Louis XIV- how he keeps power.
Charles II- how he loses power
Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment
Know what each did that made them famous, any famous books and any famous phrases
The Origins of Progressivism
Part A: Cleaning up Local Government:
1. Reforming Local Government:
2. Reform Mayors:
Part B: Reform at the State Level:
1. Reform Governors:
2. Protecting working children:
3.Limiting Work Hours:
2. What means do many political machines use to maintain power?
3. If you were an immigrant would you have support the political machine? Why or why not?
4. Who was William M. Tweed? Explain the Twe
Happy Birthday Thomas Nast
Thomas Nast self-portrait.
September 27th 1840, Thomas Nast, the father of the
American Cartoon, was born in Landau, Germany. He came
to the United States as a young man and quickly became
one of the countrys most influential ca
Chapter 18 Section 3
1. Define the Foraker Act:
What is the significance of this Act?
2. Define the Platt Amendment:
Why did the U.S. insist that Cuba add this to their constitution?
3. Define protectorate:
Acquiring New Lands
Part A: Complete the chart below about Americas relations with lands under its influence, write notes to answer the questions
1. What was its r