Chapter Guide, Chapter 20 [Print Version]
Revolutions in Thought (1500-1800)

7.10 Students analyze the historical developments of the Scientific Revolution and its lasting effect on religious, political, and cultural institutions.
7.11 Students analyze the political and economic change in the sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries (the Age of Exploration, the Enlightenment, and the Age of Reason).

Mr. Ruiz
World History
Chapter 20 Guide
Lesson Read Pages High-Use Academic Words (Text pg. 565) Key Terms (Glossary) Key People Homework Questions Notebook Page Due Date
Vocabulary Cards Complete vocabulary cards for each of the high use academic words and key terms and people listed below. Use a rubber band or paper clip to hold your cards together. There are 30 words for this chapter. ___/___
Title Page Create a title page for the chapter which includes the name of the chapter and design an illustration relating to the chapter. It must be colored to receive credit.
Title: Revolutions in Thought
20.1-The Origins of the Scientific Revolution 566-569
  • factor
  • rationalism
  • microscope
  • barometer
  • All CP and CYP-
    44 ___/___
    20.2-The Rise of Modern Science 570-575
  • reject
  • theory
  • inductive reasoning
  • scientific method
  • hypothesis
  • Nicolaus Copernicus
  • Johannes Kelper
  • Galileo Galilei
  • Isaac Newton
  • Francis Bacon
  • Rene Descartes
  • All CP and CYP-
    46 ___/___
    20.3-The Enlightenment 576-579
  • rebel
  • natural rights
  • social contract
  • laissez faire
  • John Locke
  • Montesquieu
  • All CP and CYP-
    48 ___/___
    20.4-The Influence of Enlightenment Ideas 580-585
  • principle
  • legislature
  • veto
  • repeal
  • Benjamin Franklin
  • All CP and CYP-
    50 ___/___
    20.5-Linking the Past and Present 587-591
  • expand
  • human rights
  • standard of living
  • diversity
  • All CP and CYP-
    52 ___/___
    Other Important Information/Notes:
    ***You must complete your vocabulary card assignment first!
    Instructions for Textbook Homework Assignments There are four parts to a homework assignment:
    1. Read the pages from your textbook (it is highly recommended that you read each assignment at least twice).
    2. Answer the checkpoint questions found in the section that you are reading.
    3. Answer the questions at the back of section. (Sometimes specific questions are listed, but sometimes it will be all of the questions).
    4. Write the question then skip the line and write your response.