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What is worth fighting for? Who decides?
What is the meaning of equality and is it achievable?
What is a revolution?
Explain the meaning of the term revolution
Identify and assess the causes of the French Revolution
Explain the meaning of key terms and people associated with the Revolution
Identify the major events of the French Revolution
Digital Timeline on FRench Revolution
Traditional test on the French Revolution
Feature article on Napoleon: "Hero or Tyrant"
Let's Get Started
All StudentsPeriod 3: are to post to the wallwiasher wall:
What is the Meaning of Equality?
All Students in Period 4:
When do you Know When Something is Unfair?
All Students in Period
What is a Revolution?
All students in period
What is a Revolution?
Link to Horrible HIstory Video on French Revoultion:
Horrible History of French Revolution
Image Detective Activity
Ask a Question
Write down Clues
Draw a conclusion
Illustration: Execution at a guillotine
All students are to post to the wallwisher wall:
How do we know when a system is unfair?
Period 1 students:
How do you know when something is unfair
ABC chart on French Revolution.docx
The Following is a power point that highlights the key events of the French Revolution:
French Revolution Powerpoint
Class and Homework:
ABC chart on French Revolution.docx
Time line activity
Opener on time line.docx
You be the Judge: : Storming of the Bastille
Read the Storming of the Bastille inyour Text: Page 198
Read and mark up a French newspapers report on the Storming of the Bastille
Primary Source on the Bastille.docx
Opener on Reveillon Wall Paper Factory.docx
two-column notes on causes.doc
You be the Judge on the Enlightenment.docx
Visual Discovery: Three Estates
Moldel I see it Means on 3 estates.docx
Cartoon to complete for Homework:
French Revolution Cartoon 1 (3).docx
Another way to analyze a picture
1. Pose a question about the picture
2. Gather clues from what you see in the picture
3. Draw a conclusion about the picture
One of the causes of the French Revolution is known to be the philosophies of the Enlighten thinkers
Below is a chart for you to comlete on these men
You may start with Chapter 5 section 2 of your text to gain a basic idea of each man's philosophy
You will add to the information gathered using the web
Enlightened views Chart.docx
Sites for Annotated timelines
Sequencing chart for timeline.doc
Rubric for Time Line:
rubric for timeline.doc
Sample using www. timetoast.com:
Directions for Using Timetoa
Step 1: Create Your Timeline
Step 2: Click
On The Upper Right Hand Corner
Step 3: Find Your Timeline,
Then Click "Publish
* IMPORTANT: Your Timeline MUST Be Published In Order To Get An Embed Code.
After You Have Completed Step 3, Your Timeline Should Now Be Under The "Public Timelines Section"
Step 4: Find Your Timeline and Click "View"
Step 5: Scroll Down The Page and Underneath The Timeline There Should Be An "Embed/Share" Button
Step 6: Click "Embed/Share"
Step 7: Copy The Embed Code
Embed Your Timeline In Your Appropiate Wikispace Page
How To Embed Your Timeline In Wikispaces:
Step 1: Go To Wikispaces.com and Sign In To Your Account
Step 2: Create A New Page Titled "French Revolution", That's Where You Will Embed Your Timeline
Step 3: Click "Widgets"
Step 4: Scroll Down and Select "Other"
Step 5: In The Box, Paste Your Timeline Embed Code Which You Copied From Timetoast.com
Step 6: Click "Save"
Your Timeline Should Then Appear In Your Wikispace Page
Reflection on Timeline: French Revolution and Rise of Napoleon
Work is to be completed
your embedded timeline on the French Revolution page of your wik
A. Review your time line annotations:
events that occurred during the revolution were reactions to one of the major causes of the French Revolution. (You are reflecting on causes and
: (you may not use this as one of your three!!!)
1. The Tennis Court Oath was a reaction to the lack of political voice of the Third Estate for centuries as the hands of the Old Order. It led to the creation of the National Assembly which sought political and economic equity.
Below is a video made by two teachers to review the French Revolution from the causes of the revolution to the rise of Napoleon.
Watch the video and listen to the lyrics. A digitlaal copy of the lyrics is provided here:
Lady Gaga French revolution lyrics.docx
To be completed in your wiki:
Evaluation of the Lady Gaga Video on the French Revolution
To be Completed in Paragraph form
: ( you may complete as a work document and then upload it to your wiki)
1. In a well formulated paragraph evaluate how watching the video and reading the lyrics increased your understanding of the major events of the French Revolution. Provide evidence from the video or lyrics
2. Identify and explain the lines of the song that describe the causes of the revolution
3. Identify and explain lines that describe changes caused by the Revolution
4. Which part of the video did you like the best and why?
Declaration of the Rights of Man.docx
To set up an account
Copy and paste a copy of the Declaration of Rights of Man into your crocodoc account
Section 2: The Republic
This was a time of extreme government action to change French society and attempted to eliminate all government critics.
Preview Activity on this section:
preview of Sction 2.docx
Complete terms for Section 2. Digital copy:
Governments of Revolutionary France Activity
Below is a file for you to open on Revolutionary Governments of France
The directions to complete the work are included.
Once you have completed this work, it is to be uploaded to the French Revolution page of your wiki
Governments of Revolutiionary France.doc
IN ORDER TO WRITE IN THE DOCUMENT PROVIDED YOU MUST CLICK ON
AT THE TOP OF THE PAGE
Once you have completed your work copy and save it to your hard drive or desk top using the file name: Governments of Revolutionary France
Then upload the file to your French Revolution wiki page
History Chanel Video on Reign of Terror
Watch the video clip on the Reign of Terror provided below
Complete a Dialectical journal on the clip
A copy of the Dialectical journal provided here :
Dialectical Journal on the Reign of Terror.doc
Remember to write in the copy provided you must click "enable editing at the top of the page.
Save a copy of your completed work and then upload to your French Revolution page of your wiki
1. On the left list things you see and hear
2. On the right make comments on each
3. Summarize what you gained from watching the video
Rise and Rule of Napoleon
The chaos of the French Revolution was the perfect setting for the meteoric rise to power of Napoleon Bonaparte. Napoleon was considered to be a military genius and often was able to be "at the right place at the right time." Within a few brief years, Napoleon rose from a mere army captain to the emperor of France.
Does the man make history or does history make the man?
Was Napoleon the rejection of the revolution or its completion?
How did Napoleon reshape Europe?
Here is a link to a short cartoon on Napoleon's rise to power
Cartoon on Napoleon
Napoleon's rise to power.docx
Section 3 Terms: n
Section 3 Terms.doc
Two column notes on Rise to Emperor.doc
You have to scroll down to get the map on France
Interactive map activity
Interactive map activity.docx
Link to political map of Europe:
political map of Europe
If you need help identifying countries
Visual: Two Faces of Napoleon:
Two portraits of Napoleon.docx
This work is to be completed in your wiki
Section 4 Terms
Legacy of Napoleon:
To Help you prepare for your article review the following topics on the PBS site listed provided below:
a. Youth and Family Life
b. Tyrant or hero
c. Self-made myth
d. Perspectives on Napoleon
Use the attached document to record your notes:
Information guide sheet for PBS site.docx
Some other good sites:
Click through the webquest here:
Rise and Fall of Napoleon
BBC Summary on Napoleon
Interactive time line on Napoleon
Biography of Napoleon
ALL ARTICLES ARE TO BE PRINTED AND UPLOADED TO YOUR WIKI
Template for feature article:
Template for Le Monde.doc
checklist for article:
updated check list.docx
Rubric for article:
Rubric for FEature article on Napoleon.doc
just some ideas on writing....
model feature article.doc
Just to recap Writing assignment
1. Be sure to check off all the requirements for the article
2. Always check the rubric to see what you need to do to get a 4 on the writing piece
ALL ARTICLES ARE DUE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13TH
print a hard copy
upload a copy to your wiki as a file
4. Remember late papers will loose 10 points for each day late
Congress of Vienna
Table of Contents:
Table of Contents for Period 3.docx
help on how to format text
Turn off "Getting Started"