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Enlightenment Era (Locke & Hobbes)
Welcome Educators! This engaging and interactive lesson includes both a Teacher PowerPoint with answer key and an accompanying Student Handout. The lesson begins with a simple "Barometer/Spectrum" activity where students can move in the classroom to express their opinions. Next, students will rev
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Locke, Hobbes, and the Individual's Search for Utopia in 'Antz'
Is freedom a natural yearning? Is there such thing as Utopia? What is the ideal system of government? Using the animated Dreamwork's film "Antz" students will follow the actions of the main character, Zee, as he challenges the existing social structure (ruled by a monarchy), and embarks on a journey
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The Enlightenment - A Summary
Overview of the Age of Enlightenment, including the contextual elements (the absolute monarchy of Louis XIV, salons, etc.) and the key thinkers of the age: Locke, Hobbes, Voltaire, Rousseau, and more.
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Philosopher's Mini Project
A small poster project that focuses on Locke, Hobbes, Rousseau, or Montesquieu. It has students look at background for each philosopher as well as deciphering excerpts from the philosophers.
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Locke vs. Hobbes (Graphic Organizer)
A table format organizer students can use to collect notes on Locke's and Hobbe's views on the state of nature, the need for government, and more. Please message me if you would like an editable version (doc).
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Locke v. Hobbes Reading and Questions
A short reading for high school on the difference between Locke and Hobbes. Look at my store for more resources for every single unit of basic government!
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Thomas Hobbes vs. John Locke
Packet includes primary source selections from Hobbes' Leviathan and Locke's "On Civil Government." Primary sources are in the left hand column with difficult vocabulary defined in footnotes. Space is given for students to paraphrase the main ideas and engage in active reading strategies. The fina
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State of Nature Diagram:  Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau
This is a diagram that organizes the major themes in the social contract theory of Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, and Jean-Jacques Rousseau. It captures the essential features, similarities, and differences between these three major modern political philosophers. Topics include freedom, equality, and
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Locke vs. Hobbes Quote Activity
A series of quotes are presented to students. They work either alone or with a partner to determine which philosopher is more likely to have been the author. Additionally, students must explain their rationale for choosing one philosopher over the other. There are 8 quotes in total. Some background
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John Locke and Thomas Hobbes Comic
This is a comic activity to learn about John Locke and Thomas Hobbes. Students will learn about natural rights, social contracts, state of nature, etc.
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Locke vs. Hobbes: Who said it?
After acquiring background knowledge about the philosophies of John Locke and Thomas Hobbes, students will complete this chart. Students will evaluate a quote by either Locke or Hobbes, choose who they think "said it", and explain why. This can be done individually or in groups.
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Age of Enlightenment PowerPoint Book
The Age of Enlightenment has always been an important but dry topic for my students. To help make things more engaging, this PowerPoint leads students in creating a foldable book with pictures and notes on 5 Enlightenment thinkers: Hobbes, Voltaire, Locke, Montesquieu, & Rousseau. This visual
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Enlightened Philosophers - Graphic Organizer - Bill Burton
As you learn about the Enlightened Philosophers fill out the chart. What are these philosophers known for: Adam Smith, Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, Voltaire, Mary Wollstonecraft, Mary Astell, Rousseau, Madame Geoffrin, Baron Montesquieu and Denis Diderot?To engage students on these philosophers try th
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Enlightened Philosophers Impact on Government - Bundle - Bill Burton
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Age of Enlightenment Inquiry Activity
This is an inquiry activity that uses excerpts from several pieces of writing from prominent Enlightenment thinkers of the day to teach students about the state of nature, social contract and the influence of the Enlightenment in the US Constitution. Includes excerpts from Hobbes, Locke, Montesquie
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Principles of Democracy:Connecting U.S. Government Ideas
Principles of Democracy: Connecting Plato, Aristotle, and Enlightenment Ideology to U.S. Government Use the powerful Interactive Lecture strategy to engage critical thinking skills in students. This lesson utilizes reflective questioning as it organizes the large ideas of democracy and Enlightenme
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Enlightened Philosophers Match - Bundle - Bill Burton
What are these philosophers known for: Adam Smith, Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, Voltaire, Mary Wollstonecraft, Mary Astell, Rousseau, Madame Geoffrin, Baron Montesquieu and Denis Diderot? Highly Interactive Includes Graphic OrganizerPhilosopher FlipsImpact on GovernmentPhilosopher MatchPhilosopher Dro
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Enlightened Philosophers FlipCards - Bundle - Bill Burton
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Early  US Government Thinkers
Guided notes focusing on the early philosophers who influenced the United States government and the creation of the early documents prior to the US Constitution. Students can explore Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, Williams Blackstone, William Penn, and Charles de Montesquieu.
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Enlightened Philosophers Activities - Bill Burton
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State of Nature Exercise
This is a fun exercise to help students examine the tug and pull between Enlightenment philosophers, especially Thomas Hobbes and John Locke, regarding the nature of man. Individual writing, group work, and great discussion to start a unit on government, law, politics, or social dynamics!
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Enlightenment en Espanol
This is a page of resources in Spanish for English language learners to help students complete a research project on the several Enlightenment thinkers: Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, Montesquieu, Jean Rousseau, Voltaire, Mary Wollstonecraft and Denis Diderot.
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Enlightenment for ELLs
This resource consists of an 11 page booklet style packet that uses simplified language to convey key concepts of the Enlightenment. It is designed for use with emerging (level 2) and transitioning (level 3) ELLs, and is aligned with the NYS New Visions Global History Curriculum. The booklet contain
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World History Enlightenment Prezi Day One: Guided Notes
Day One guided notes corresponding to my Prezi. Introduces the Enlightenment, John Locke and Thomas Hobbes.
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