Scientific Revolution - Baltimore City Public Schools

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Welcome back, future leaders!
For today’s warm-up please do the following:
• Grab your student log and notebook from the crates.
• Write in today’s date and objective on your student log.
• Draw an X through today’s homework box.
• Open your notebook and respond to the following prompts:
Read the statement below:
“People always question the world around them and
want to learn more about the way things work”
Do you think this is true? Why or why not?
Write one full paragraph.
USE YOUR TIME WISELY!
Welcome back, future leaders!
For today’s warm-up please do the following:
• Grab your student log and notebook from the crates.
• Write in today’s date and objective on your student log.
• Take out your homework – (yesterday’s absolutism handout!)
• Open your notebook and respond to the following prompts:
Read the statement below:
“People always question the world around them and
want to learn more about the way things work”
Do you think this is true? Why or why not?
Write one full paragraph.
USE YOUR TIME WISELY!
World
History with Mr. Golden
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The Scientific Revolution
Objective:
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FLWBAT describe the nature of and
key contributors to the Scientific
Revolution
Agenda:
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- Review
- Scientific Revolution notes
- Scientific Revolution stations
- RAFT writing
- Exit ticket
- We’re done!
Before we write:
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What is a revolution?
Revolution = MAJOR CHANGE
SO, WHAT’S THE
SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION?
WELL, YOU’RE ABOUT TO FIND OUT NOSEYPANTS. JUST
COOL YOUR JETS FOR A MINUTE AND LABEL YOUR NOTES
“THE SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION” SO WE CAN GET GOING.
Cornell Notes:
Notes/definitions go
on the right side
Keywords go on the
left side
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Scientific Revolution:
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What was it?
Oh, that’s so kind of you to notice – yes, I
did get my hair done for the big revolution!
o Scientific Revolution:
Exciting time period
(1500s - 1700s) in
Europe when people
began to change the
way they thought about
the world
Scientific Revolution:
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What was the old way of thinking?
Before the Scientific Revolution, scientific
thinking is based mostly on…
- The Bible
- Aristotle
Scientific Revolution:
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What was the old way of thinking?
The earth is
the center of
the universe!
And nobody questioned him for 2,000 years.
Scientific Revolution:
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Earth is the center of the universe?
Yep, that
looks about
right!
Scientific Revolution:
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Why did thinking change?
2,000 years is a loooong time. Why do people
start to think differently?
Increased contact with Jews and Muslims
exposed Europeans to new ideas
And what’s that called???
CULTURAL DIFFUSION!
Scientific Revolution:
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Changes in Europe:
o Europeans realized
that they were wrong
about some things
o Example: They had
believed that there
were only three
continents, but
explorers had now
“discovered” more
They found
MORE?!?! But I
was just about
finished!
Scientific Revolution:
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What was the new way of thinking?
o People began to use reason and logic (not
just faith) to explain the world
o Science changed from what people
thought to what people observed
Scientific Revolution:
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Tension between religion and science:
oSome scientific conclusions questioned
the beliefs of the church and what is
written in the Bible
oMany scientists, however, were religious and
saw science as a way of better understanding
God’s world
So who were these new-think’n sci-guys?
Scientific Revolution:
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So, who’s throwing all these ca-razay
new ideas around, anyway?
Galileo says:
Use the station readings posted
around the room to fill in your
handout. You’ll have about 5
minutes for each station!
I’ll be stamping these as part of your
classwork so please…
USE YOUR TIME WISELY!
Scientific Revolution:
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So, who’s throwing all these ca-razay
new ideas around, anyway?
What did I
contribute?
Nicolaus Copernicus
Scientific Revolution:
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So, who’s throwing all these ca-razay
new ideas around, anyway?
What did I
contribute?
Galileo Galilei
Scientific Revolution:
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So, who’s throwing all these ca-razay
new ideas around, anyway?
What did I
contribute?
Francis Bacon
Scientific Revolution:
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So, who’s throwing all these ca-razay
new ideas around, anyway?
What did I
contribute?
Sir Isaac Newton
Scientific Revolution:
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So, who’s throwing all these ca-razay
new ideas around, anyway?
What did I
contribute?
Rene Descartes
Scientific Revolution:
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So now there are all kinds of new ideas floating
around Europe. Some of them probably sound
pretty crazy at first, but what would you do if
more and more people you trusted started to
believe those “crazy” ideas?
Rabble,
rabble,
rabble!
I dunno, maybe he’s got a
point.
RAFT:
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Time to show me what you’ve learned!
Role
- A scientist
- A church official
- A common
citizen
PICK ONE!
Audience
- Your best friend
Format
- Personal Letter
- Postcard
Topic
- The Scientific
Revolution (new
ideas in Europe)
PICK ONE!
- Letters should be at least one handwritten page.
- Postcards can be shorter, but must include a
drawing for the front!
USE YOUR TIME WISELY!
Exit Ticket:
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Use the all of today’s notes and handouts to
answer the listed questions on the provided
paper.
Thank you for all your
hard work today!
We’re done!
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Make sure to put your notebooks in the crate
and your folders in folders, please!
Thank you for all your
hard work today!

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