Revolution Begins Thu, 25 French Revolution and. Chapter 22: The French Revolution and Napoleon. Use the excerpt and your knowledge of social studies to answer the following question. But the French Revolution, with its principles of liberty and equality, first stimulated and then · exploited a. Now, guided by radical Use your notes and the information in the module to answer the following questions.Next
In this lesson, we will learn Students will read two informational texts detailing his life, quotes and speeches, ask and answer questions, do an activity and take a quiz to make learning last. This class will focus around whether Napoleon was a hero or villain. Men are born free and remain free and equal in rights. Students will be given information and, working with a partner, debate against another set of students either defending or attacking Napoleon. Inequality between the social classes; 2. Selection File type icon File name Description Size Revision Time User ć Age of Revolutions Study Guide- 2014 modified. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.Next
. Then answer the questions that follow, adding information to the time line as · directed. Causes of the French Revolution. You just Start studying Chapter 22 The French Revolution and Napoleon Lesson 1. These rights are liberty, property, security, and resistance to oppression. The immediate cause of the French Revolution was the near collapse of the French budget. The social and political system of France during the 1770s OldRegime Social classes in France Estate An assembly of representatives from the third estate EstatesGeneral The name of the third estate's delegates who swore to make a new constitution for France NationalAssembly The Oath of the National Assembly to stay in a tennis court until they had drawn up a new constitution TennisCourtOath A wave of senseless panic that swept across France as the revolution began to form GreatFear The body that had the power to create laws and to approve or reject declarations of war LegislativeAssembly Nobles who had fled France and hoped to undo the revolution Emigre A group of workers who obtained political power Sans-culottes A beheading device Guillotine The period where Robespierre ruled France killing many people ReignOfTerror The vote of the people Plebiscite Government run public schools Lycee The agreement made by Napoleon stating that there should be a healthy separation of church and state in France Concordat A set of laws made by Napoleon for France NapoleonicCode A naval battle in which the French fleet was destroyed BattleOfTrafalgar The act of forcibly closing ports to prevent trade and communication Blockade The effort to make Uerope more self sufficient by closing ports and barring trade ContinentalSystem The military tactic of using ambushes and traps Guerilla The war in Spain where France fought Spanish guerrillas and British soldiers PeninsularWar The policy of leaving no evidence or resource behind undamaged Scorched-EarthPolicy Napoleon's last bid for power HundredDays A series of meetings to make peace and promote alliance throughout Europe Congress of Vienna When no country is a threat to the others BalanceOfPower An agreement to base relations with other nations on Christian principles in order to combat revolution HollyAlliance.Next
Louis was not well respected or supported but France did have a Parliament 21 Sep 2018 1. If you need to plan lessons about Napoleon and the French Revolution, look no 1. Guided Reading Activity the correct heading and subheading to help you write each answer. Lesson 1 The French Revolution Begins Pages 420-425. Students will examine a series of inventions that were created during the Industrial Revolution that helped increase the Industrial Revolution's impact. Revolution begins What caused the French Revolution? Students will then make an advertisement attempting to sell one of the inventions and we will discuss the rise of an entirely new type of industry: marketing.
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