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This lesson is included in the Causes of the American Revolution Unit as well as the Age of Absolutism Unit Bundle!------In this highly-engaging lesson on the Enlightenment, students analyze five stations on different men of the Enlightenment movement to understand their contributions both then and
Grades:
5th - 8th
Note: I am aware that two customers have not been able to hear sound with the Bug's life clip. Pleas go to 1:12 in this clip and play it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N4GIAdlbtLY This purchase allows you to help connect popular culture (something kids already know) to Enlightenment ide
Help your students understand the complex and important concepts behind the Social Contract Theory! Learn the perspectives of John Locke and Thomas Hobbes on natural rights and the nature of government. Then, apply that knowledge in a fun activity!
This lesson explains contrasts the ideologies of John Locke and Thomas Hobbes. Students do a brief informational reading to gain background knowledge and help them prepare for a whole-class discussion. The Socratic seminar offers a student-led discussion as students address the opinions Locke and Ho
Introduction to Hobbes and Locke/Enlightenment Activity. Includes discussion questions on good and evil and two short readings one from Hobbes and one from Locke. Each reading is followed by discussion questions based on the reading.
Grades:
7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
An opinion paper assignment to wrap up your class unit on the Enlightenment Thinkers that capitalizes onthe popularity of television shows like The Walking Dead or movies like World War Z. Students are required to argue the merits of the philosophies of either Thomas Hobbes, John Locke or Jean Jacq
This download includes two versions (Honors and Academic) of a common core aligned enrichment assignment I use with my students at the beginning of the semester in a Law and Justice class. The download also includes an answer key. Students are given two readings on the philosophies of John Locke a
Includes complete lesson plan, introductory grabber, all needed scaffolding, press conference activity, follow up quiz and individual writing assessment. Students will be divided into groups to become an expert on one of the four philosophers. Students will create a speech, costume, and panel quest
Engage and challenge your students with this primary source analysis reading activity. Students will practice all the critical reading skills needed in history in one activity! Students will annotate their text, paraphrase main ideas, and analyze the purpose and implications of two essential Enligh
Handout that reviews key differences between Locke and Hobbes. With questions for analysis.
Grades:
7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This handout is to be used after students learn about Thomas Hobbes and John Locke. The handout includes a fake interview with 7 interview questions. Students must respond to the questions with answers from Thomas Hobbes and John Locke based on what they've learned in class. It will also force stude
Grades:
9th - 12th
This download includes two versions (Honors and Academic) of a common core aligned enrichment assignment I use with my students at the beginning of the semester in a Law and Justice class. The download also includes an answer key. Students are given two readings on the philosophies of John Locke a
This activity guides struggling readers through the difficult texts of John Locke's The Second Treatise of Civil Government and Thomas Hobbes's The Leviathan. It includes copies of the excerpts, multiple-choice questions, short essay questions, and an answer key, all in a word document.
Grades:
9th - 12th
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This is a four page reading activity including primary sources, charts highlighting key ideas, and a set of 5 questions for each thinker. The questions are designed to work on skills such as reading comprehension and critical thinking. It can be used in different grades since the questions can be an
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education
This is a great activity for students to get to know the four greatest Enlightenment thinkers: Baron de Montesquieu, Voltaire, Thomas Hobbes, and John Locke.©Founding Fathers USA. All rights reserved by Founding Fathers USA. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Additional teac
Attached is a literacy based ENL lesson focused on John Locke, Thomas Hobbes, and an introduction to Enlightened Thinkers. This lesson, like all of my lessons, is 100% translated in English and Spanish. I regularly include leveled texts to assist students with language development, images to assist
Focus in the the beliefs of Locke and Hobbes by reading the words right from the thinkers themselves! Students will work through short, yet rigorous quotes. They will be guided to pull out the major ideas of these thinkers and support their answers with true evidence. This helps my students work
16 Complete Lesson Plans designed to integrate English/Literary Studies and Social Studies/History for a Debate Based unit covering: -The English Civil War from James I-Restoration -The Philosophy of Locke and Hobbes in historical context and modern philosophy -Debate Unit for creating a structured
This item contains a very short bio on Hobbes and Locke and excerpts from their writings. There are then questions for students to demonstrate their understanding of the passages (Leviathan and Second Treaties on Government). A key is also included. Next the students will use either the paper I h
This handout takes students through the ideas of the social contract, and how Thomas Hobbes and John Locke viewed human behavior in the state of nature, and thus how they viewed government. Students are frequently asked to apply these lenses to our current society, gradually understanding the ration
Grades:
6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This original Readers' Theater script assumes you have already pre-taught the basic ideas of Locke an Hobbes, and how their ideas influenced Thomas Jefferson. This drives home the notion of why we have government at all, and why Democracy was our choice for our new government. I did this with gra
A brief introduction to the philosophies of Thomas Hobbes and John Locke.
This 2-page handout includes excerpts from Hobbes' Leviathan and Locke's Two Treatises on Government. Each page has a series of simple questions to help the students comprehend some of the more difficult passages of each philosopher's work.
I use this powerpoint to introduce my Law in America class. There is also an accompanying graphic organizer in my store! This can also be used in a government class.

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