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Ch 16: AP European History - Europe 1871-1914: Tutoring Solution

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The Europe (1871-1914) chapter of this AP European History Tutoring Solution is a flexible and affordable path to learning about Europe (1871-1914). These simple and fun video lessons are each about five minutes long and they teach all of the names, dates, events and concepts involving Europe from 1871 to 1914 required in a typical AP European History course.

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Learning Objectives

  • Take a look at a timeline of the Second Industrial Revolution.
  • Discuss the theories and philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche.
  • Learn about Freud's psychoanalytic theory.
  • Explain how medicine advanced during the 19th century.
  • Understand Darwin's theories.
  • Describe the structure of European society during the Second Industrial Revolution.
  • Discuss the growth of pro- and anti-Semitic movements in Europe during the 19th century.
  • Learn about feminism in 19th century Europe and America.
  • Understand the origin of the study of social science.
  • Take a look at the trends in art during the 19th century.
  • Become familiar with works of Romantic prose and Romantic poetry.
  • Describe the characteristics of Victorian literature.
  • Examine the art of the impressionists and expressionists.
  • Learn the effects of European imperialism.

16 Lessons in Chapter 16: AP European History - Europe 1871-1914: Tutoring Solution
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The Second Industrial Revolution: Timeline & Inventions

1. The Second Industrial Revolution: Timeline & Inventions

The Second Industrial Revolution was a historical period that saw advances in technology such as electricity, petroleum, and steel. Discover more about the timeline of the Second Industrial Revolution and explore examples of some of the inventions of the time.

Friedrich Nietzsche: Biography, Theories & Philosophy

2. Friedrich Nietzsche: Biography, Theories & Philosophy

Friedrich Nietzsche wrote philosophical texts that talked about life and the human condition. Learn about the early life and eventual death of this German philosopher through a brief biography and explore his different theories and philosophy.

Freud's Psychoanalytic Theory on Instincts, Motivation, Personality & Development

3. Freud's Psychoanalytic Theory on Instincts, Motivation, Personality & Development

Psychologist Sigmund Freud's psychoanalytic theory formed the basis for many current psychodynamic theories. Review Freud's theory, including his perspectives on instincts, motivation, personality, and development. Learn about Freud's ideas on the three levels of consciousness, id, superego, ego, and psychosexual development.

Advances in Medicine During the 19th Century: Theories & Achievements

4. Advances in Medicine During the 19th Century: Theories & Achievements

Advances in medicine during the 19th century resulted from a deeper understanding of the human body, microorganisms, and disease. Explore medieval medicine and how medical theories, advances, and techniques changed dramatically in the 19th century.

Charles Darwin: Voyages, Theories & Works

5. Charles Darwin: Voyages, Theories & Works

Charles Darwin is an English naturalist who is famous for his theory of evolution based on natural selection. Learn about the early life of Charles Darwin, his voyages, works, and theories on natural selection, as well as his late life and death.

Social Class During the Second Industrial Revolution: Overview & Structure

6. Social Class During the Second Industrial Revolution: Overview & Structure

The Second Industrial Revolution began in the United States during the late 19th Century and changed society and individual lives in many ways. Explore an overview of this period, and learn about social class structure during this time. Review the influence of changes in steel and railroads, such as faster transportation, and recognize social problems that occurred.

Judaism, Antisemitism, and Zionism: Attitudes, Growth & Movements

7. Judaism, Antisemitism, and Zionism: Attitudes, Growth & Movements

Although antisemitism has been a problem throughout history, it was particularly rife in the 19th century. Explore the attitudes, growth, and movements of Judaism and antisemitism during this period, and learn how it fostered the expanding development of Zionism.

Feminism in the 19th Century: Women's Rights, Roles, and Limits

8. Feminism in the 19th Century: Women's Rights, Roles, and Limits

19th and early 20th century women fought for their rights in society, rejecting traditional gender-role constraints through early Feminist Movements. Explore early feminism in the United States and Great Brittain, 19th century expectations, calls for change, and pre-war accomplishments.

Social Science is Born: History, Anthropology, Sociology and Archaeology

9. Social Science is Born: History, Anthropology, Sociology and Archaeology

Social sciences flourished during the 19th century, including the fields of history, anthropology, sociology and archaeology. Learn more about why this happened and discover the contributions of the various people from history who aided their revival and evolution.

19th Century Arts: Romanticism, Music, and Art

10. 19th Century Arts: Romanticism, Music, and Art

The art, music, and culture of the 19th century were shaped by the literature trends of the Romantic Movement. Explore these trends and how they led to several significant shifts in art and music, including a growing audience base for music and the advent of Impressionism.

Introduction to Romantic Prose: Overview of Authors and Works

11. Introduction to Romantic Prose: Overview of Authors and Works

Romantic prose is the style of writing that was popularised during the Romantic period that took place in the 18th and 19th century in Europe. Discover some significant literary works from this period and how to identify the characteristics of Romantic writing.

Introduction to Romantic Poetry: Overview of Authors and Works

12. Introduction to Romantic Poetry: Overview of Authors and Works

Romantic poetry began in the 18th century England and emphasized emotions, nature, and representations of the individual artist. Learn about the themes of Romantic poetry, famous Romantic poets, and some of their most significant works.

Introduction to Victorian Literature: Overview of Themes, Style, and Authors

13. Introduction to Victorian Literature: Overview of Themes, Style, and Authors

Victorian literature was written in England during the reign of Queen Victoria and is characterized by themes such as the struggle of the working class and the triumph of right over wrong. Explore this literary period, its authors and their style of Victorian prose and poetry, and explore the major events of the Victorian era.

European Imperialism: Characteristics, Motives & Effects

14. European Imperialism: Characteristics, Motives & Effects

Imperialism is the process of a state power expanding its dominion into areas beyond its borders. Learn about New Imperialism in Europe, including its characteristics, motives, and effects. Explore European Imperialism's economic growth, national rivalries, and how it was motivated by moral superiority.

Peterloo Massacre of 1819: Facts & Overview

15. Peterloo Massacre of 1819: Facts & Overview

The Peterloo Massacre of 1819 was a massacre of English protestors by the English cavalry. Delve into the events preceding the massacre, join the protestors at St. Peter's Field, and witness the English cavalry's indiscriminate attack on the crowd.

History of French Fashion

16. History of French Fashion

Why is it that France is automatically connected to a reputation of fashion, glamour and luxury? This lesson will examine various historical characteristics of French fashion to determine how this connection was made and why it still exists today.

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