• TB --> pp.   386 - 389.                                    

 


  • To explain the medieval view of the universe.
  • To analyze the differences between the geocentric and heliocentric theories.
  • To identify the FOUR stages in the Scientific Method.
  • To distinguish between the main ideas/discoveries of Copernicus, Brahe, Kepler, Galileo, and Newton.
  • To discuss reasons why Galileo came into conflict with the Catholic Church and how he dealt with the conflict.
  • To explain the contributions made by Andreas Vesalius and William Harvey to the study 
    of the human anatomy.
  • To list the major new instruments that came into use during the Scientific Revolution as well as the purpose of each.
  • To analyze how Sir Isaac Newton's theories revolutionized the thinking about the universe.
  • To discuss how the Protestant Reformation and the Scientific Revolution were related to each other.


 

  geocentric theory   heliocentric theory   Nicholaus
  Copernicus
  revolution   Tycho Brahe   Johannes
  Kepler
  scientific method   Galileo Galilei   Galen
  Andreas Vesalius   William Harvey   Sir Isaac
  Newton



Multiple Choice