Ch 11: Prentice Hall World History Chapter 8: Revolutions in Europe & Latin America (1790-1848)

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The Revolutions in Europe and Latin America (1790-1848) chapter of this Prentice Hall World History Connections to Today, The Modern Era Companion Course helps students learn the essential lessons associated with European and Latin American revolutions. Each of these simple and fun video lessons is about five minutes long and is sequenced to align with the Revolutions in Europe and Latin America (1790-1848) textbook chapter.

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Students will learn:

  • Liberalism and radicalism
  • Republicanism of the 1800s
  • Revolts in Europe
  • Objectives of the Congress of Vienna
  • Events and history of the French Revolution
  • Revolutions in Europe in 1848
  • Latin American independence movements

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6 Lessons in Chapter 11: Prentice Hall World History Chapter 8: Revolutions in Europe & Latin America (1790-1848)
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Liberalism, Radicalism, and Republicanism in the 1800s

1. Liberalism, Radicalism, and Republicanism in the 1800s

This lesson will define and explain the political ideologies of the 19th century, specifically radicalism, republicanism, and liberalism. In doing so, it will highlight their beliefs in the right to vote, freedom from religion, separation of church from state, and laissez-faire economics.

European Revolutions and Revolts from 1815-1832

2. European Revolutions and Revolts from 1815-1832

This lesson will explain the European revolutions occurring in the first half of the 19th century. It will discuss the common classes' response to the Congress of Vienna, the Concert of Europe, and the old aristocracies' grasping for power.

Congress of Vienna: Members, Objectives & Results

3. Congress of Vienna: Members, Objectives & Results

In this lesson, we will study the Congress of Vienna, which established a balance of power in Europe after Napoleon's defeat. We will meet the Congress' members, examine its objectives, and take a look at its results.

The French Revolution of 1848: History, Causes & Events

4. The French Revolution of 1848: History, Causes & Events

This lesson will explore the French Revolution of 1848 that led to the eventual rise of Napoleon Bonaparte III. It will highlight the revolution of the bourgeoisie while also explaining the conflict of the middle classes known as June Days.

Central European Revolutions of 1848: History, Causes & Effects

5. Central European Revolutions of 1848: History, Causes & Effects

This lesson explores the Central European revolutions of 1848. In doing so, it will highlight the nationalist movements across Germany, Austria, and Italy. It will also signify the revolution in France as the catalyst for this historic year.

Independence Movements in Latin America: Examples & Impact

6. Independence Movements in Latin America: Examples & Impact

This lesson will explore the 19th century Latin American revolutions. In doing so, it will highlight the roles L'Ouverture, Hidalgo, and Bolivar played in bringing freedom to Haiti, Mexico, and South America.

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