In case you didn't get a hard copy in class, here's the file for the Unit 3 Study Guide. This is a DOUBLE homework assignment, due Friday, Dec. 2.
Don't forget to organize your notes for Notes Check #2 on Tue, 11/29. I will be checking Notes 2.1-2.9 and 3.1-3.3.
Notes Check Scoring Rules:
Read textbook pages 734-740. Answer the following questions in complete sentences on loose leaf paper. Due Tuesday 11/29.
1) Vocabulary Builder: Find two words in the reading that you don't know or are unsure of the meaning. Look up each word in the dictionary. For each, write out the word, the definition, and a sentence that uses the word. Choose regular words, not social studies key terms that are boldfaced in the text.
2) For each of the following thinkers, write one sentence that explains their ideas. Then write one sentence that explains what they all had in common: Adam Smith, Thomas Malthus, and David Ricardo.
3) In what way were Utilitarians, Utopians, and Socialists similar? How were they different from laissez-faire thinkers?
4) Who was Karl Marx? What were the main ideas of The Communist Manifesto? Did this book have an impact? Explain.
5) Answer Skillbuilder Question #1 on p. 737 using information from the chart, Capitalism vs. Socialism.
6) Answer Skillbuilder Question #2.
7) Using pages 738-740, make a list of 8 rights, laws, or reforms that addressed the problems of industrialization.
8) Creative Response: Read Industrialists and Reformers: A Decision-Making Model (file attached). Write a script for a movie scene where three guests at a dinner party (one capitalist; one Marxist; and one social reformer) get into an argument about how to solve the problems of the Industrial Revolution. Include an introduction that explains what will be happening in the scene. Then, write the script.
Read the documents. Print out a blank answer sheet (attached below). Answer the questions that are on the answer sheet, NOT the ones on the document sheets. Due Tue. 11/22.
Complete Essay Planning Worksheet. Due in class right before your in-class essay on Wednesday.
Read sample student essay about why the French Revolution was a success and a failure (on website). Answer all questions. Due Monday, 11/14.