Test on Chapter 7 The French Revolution & Napoleon, Monday. You may use your notes on the study guide during the test.
DO: the three questions (geography) on the intro to Ch 7 page.
HW: read 7.1 and either: Option 1) write a news article for a French newspaper about what has happened recently (events covered in 7.1) OR Option 2) create a poster showing your understanding of conditions in France during this time period (may be a collage, hand drawn in color or in b/w ink/pencil).
TUESDAY will be a day to work on your World Timeline "What's Happening in the World Today" projects. Bring materials you need to conduct your research. Class i
Focus on the years covered during the French Revolution, as specified in Chapter 7 of your text.
What was happening in other regions of the world (you drew numbers to select your region).
Attached .doc clarifies what details you'll need.
Extra Credit: What is CURRENTLY (current events) happening in your selected region?
Due Friday, Oct.18.
Film on the French Revolution (Mon and Tues).
Fill in the blank worksheet with questions on the back. Answer as we go in the film.
1st hour of the block period you will work in groups, by chapter, and write down what "we" took/learned/incorporated from the other cultures we've studied thus far. What democratic ideas or ways of governing did we take from other leaders in other cultures, that we actively use in our democratic society today?
Share findings as a class discussion to ensure all students have this info.
Lecturette on "The How and Why of Revolutions" (note the plural). We will examine why people overthrow an existing ruler or regime and at what point they are likely to do so (cause and effect).
Read the attached article and complete the chart on the recent revolutions across N. Africa and their causes.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.
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