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Unit 10 The Changing World
Chapter 32 Political Revolutions: England, America, France

1600 A.D. - 1800 A.D.


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ENGLISH REVOLUTION Days 1-6
 

Day 1-2
Topic   32-1 Revolution in England
Objective
Summarize how revolution in England began during the 1600s.
View life and fashion in the 16th century.
Develop an understanding of the price paid for freedom.
Understands the contributions of individuals and groups from various cultures to selected historical and contemporary societies.
State Goals
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
Classwork-Homework
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Terms to Learn
Revolution:
attempt to overthrow or change the government
Martial Law:
rule by the army instead of the law
Foreign Policy:
how countries act toward other countries
Repealed:
abolished

Chalkboard.bmp (15654 bytes) People to Know
James I: 1566-1625; son of Mary Queen of Scots, King after Elizabeth I; first Stuart king
Charles I:
tried and beheaded for treason
Oliver Cromwell:
Leader of England after death of Charles I
Charles II:
son of Charles I; restored as king 29 May 1616
John Locke:
1632-1704; English philosopher, writings were basis for French Revolution

17th Century Life  3:42 fashion
King James I and IV  3:29 king of Scotland and England
King Charles I  of England  3:01  narrated project about Charles's life

CROMWELL (1970) very short movie version starring Richard Harris and Alec Guniess
Cromwell Part 1  8:10
Cromwell Part 2  5:49

John Locke Biography  2:17  narrated project
Three Minute Philosophy: John Locke  3:10
 

readme.gif (1442 bytes) Section 1 Revolution in England pp. 503-508
Conflict with Parliament
Civil War
Oliver Cromwell
The Return of the Stuarts
The Glorious Revolution
The Writings of John Locke

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes)1 English Civil Wars  Introduction, Background Information

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes)2 Newspaper: King Charles In Trouble Again

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) 3 Civil War: The Final Steps

Resources
The Life and Crimes of Oliver Cromwell intersting reading

 

Day 3
Topic  War: Crown and Parliament
Objective
Look at the events that led to war between Charles I and Parliament.
State Goals
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
Classwork-Homework
Trial of King Charles I  8:40 from Cromwell

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) 4 Two Sides in the Civil War

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) 5 Newspaper: Big Battle at Marston Moor

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) 6 Should the King Be Put to Death?
TEC
Resources

 

Day 4
Topic   Execution of Charles I
Objective
State Goals
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
Classwork-Homework
King Charles I Execution Scene  8:21 from Cromwell

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) 7 Execution of a King

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) 8 Meet the Puritans

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) 9 Trials and Punishment Chart    
readme.gif (1442 bytes) Crime and Punishment in Puritan England

Resources

 

Day 5
Topic  Cromwell  
Objective
Examine the kind of man Oliver Cromwell was.
State Goals
16.A.3b  Make inferences about historical events and eras using historical maps and other historical sources.
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
Classwork-Homework
All You Need to Know About Oliver Cromwell  5:00

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Oliver Cromwell  information page and question
 

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) 10 England Under Cromwell

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) 11 Irish Rebellion: What Kind of Man Was Oliver Cromwell 

                                            -OR-
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) 11 What Sort of Man Was Oliver Cromwell?  Uses source material

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) 12 Cromwell: Hero or Villian

Resources
Dice.bmp (3974 bytes) Oliver Cromwell: Hoop Shoot

 

Day 6
Topic  The Return of the Stuart Monarchy
Objective
State Goals
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
Classwork-Homework
KING CHARLES II OF ENGLAND 
Charles II Part 1  9:00
Charles II Part 2  9:00

The Glorious Revolution 1688-1689  1:14  all about James II and William & Mary becomong joint rulers

Note02.gif (247 bytes) The Stuart Monarchs 1603-1704   Great summary of Section 1 Color!!!

Resources

 

 


AMERICAN REVOLUTION Days 1-9

Day 1
Topic  French Indian Wars
Objective
State Goals
16.A.3b  Make inferences about historical events and eras using historical maps and other historical sources.
16.B.3b (US) Explain how and why the colonies fought for independence and how the colonists' ideas are reflected in the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution.
16.B.3c (US)  Describe the way the Constitution has changed over time as a result of amendments and Supreme Court decisions.
Classwork-Homework
QUEBEC HISTORY: FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR
Quebec History 8: The French and Indian War  9:16
Quebec History 9: The Battle of Monongahela  6:43
Quebec History 10: The Accadians Deportation  6:03
Quebec History 11: The Battle of Fort William Henry  10:37
Quebec History 12: The Battle of Carillion  6:12
Quebec History 13: The British Conquest 1759  10:43
Quebec History 14: The British Invasion of Quebec  7:52
Quebec History 15: The Battle of the Plains of Abraham  8:38  English take Quebec; Wolfe and Montcalm killed
Quebec History 16: Battle of Ste-Foy and Pontiac  10:59  French defeat English
Quebec History 17: The American Revolution  10:43
Resources


 

Day 2-3
Topic  32-2 The American Revolution
Objective
Identify British pollicies that led to the American Revolution in the late 1700s.
Develop an understanding of the price paid for freedom.
Understand the formulation of historical questions and conclusions based on examinations of primary and secondary sources
State Goals
16.A.3b  Make inferences about historical events and eras using historical maps and other historical sources.
16.B.3b (US) Explain how and why the colonies fought for independence and how the colonists' ideas are reflected in the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution.
16.B.3c (US)  Describe the way the Constitution has changed over time as a result of amendments and Supreme Court decisions.
Classwork-Homework
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Terms to Learn
Mercantilism:
colonies were a source of raw materials and a market for finished products
Monopoly:
sole right to sell
Direct Tax:
tax paid directly to the goverment
Boycott:
refuse to buy or use a service
Popular Sovereignty:
government receives its power from the people
Limited Government:
gov't may use only powers given to it by the people
Amendments:
formal changes

THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION: THE CONFLICT IGNITES
The American Revolution: The Conflict Ignites Part 1  9:45
The American Revolution: The Conflict Ignites Part 2  9:58
The American Revolution: The Conflict Ignites Part 3  9:59   Jumoville killed
The American Revolution: The Conflict Ignites Part 4  9:54   Boston Massacre
The American Revolution: The Conflict Ignites Part 5  7:38  Lexington & Concord

American Revolution Project  8:50  student project
The American Revolution  5:12  map lecture

readme.gif (1442 bytes) Section 32-2 The American Revolution pp. 508-513
Mercantilism
Changes in British Policy
The Road to Revolution
The Outcome

atlas.gif (1202 bytes) Atlas of World History

readme.gif (1442 bytes) Atlas of World History pp. 100-101

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Independence in the Americas  56a & 56b

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) atlas.gif (1202 bytes)Map of the 13 Colonies

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Day 4
Topic  Constitutional Flash Cards
Objective
List causes of the American Revolutionary War.
Identify people involved in the creation of the US cnstitution.
State Goals
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
Classwork-Homework
Chalkboard.bmp (15654 bytes) Terms to Learn
Proclomation Act of 1763:
Sugar Act of 1764:
Stamp Act of March 1765:
The Quartering Act:
The Declatory Act:
British government has total power to legislate any laws governing the American colonies in all cases whatsoever..
Tea Act:
Intolerable Acts:
Townsend Acts of 1767: 1767
laws passed by Parliament that taxed goods such as glass, paper, silk, lead, and tea.


Prelude to Revolution  3:09
Events Leading to the Revolutionary War  1:52  narrated
Events Leading to the Revolution  4:57  narrated

Give each student 10 small pieces of candy such as Skittles. Tell them they are not to eat the candy until the activity is completed. Appoint roles to three students. One is the King of England, one represents the Parliament, and one the tax collector. Students must pay the tax collector one piece of candy for possessing the following items:
  • jeans

  • glasses

  • jewelry

  • running shoes

  • pens

  • T shirts

After the tax collector collects the candy, he receives 10%. The tax collector gives 50% of the collected "taxes" to the representative from Parliament for running the Empire, and the King receives 40% of the "taxes". After all the taxes have been collected, discuss how the students feel. Then relate this back to the colonists.

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Causes of the American Revolution  List information about each event
Note02.gif (247 bytes) Constitutional Flash Cards Causes of the American Revolution  pages 9-12

Resources
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Differentiated  Causes of the American Revolution pages 9-12
star.gif (2279 bytes) American Revolution Extensions page 20

 

Day 5
Topic  Boston Massacre
Objective
Evaluate primary sources that explain the events of the Boston Massacre.
Visually analyze the engraving of the Boston Massacre by Paul Revere.
Critically approach textual and visual primary source documents to begin asking questions about point-of-view and subjective history.
State Goals
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
Classwork-Homework
Boston Massacre  5:08  narrated student project

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Boston Massacre 2 differing primary sources   pages 24-27  What led to the shooting?
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) The Boston Massacre worksheets comparing artists' views of the Boston Massacre; letter writing "Final Reflection"
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Thanksgiving for the Repeal of the Stamp Act more eyewitness accounts
BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) The Boston Massacre: An Historical Investigation 17 pages; use both visual and witten sources; includes visuals

Note02.gif (247 bytes) The Visuals of the Boston Massacre  Use with above assignment
Note02.gif (247 bytes) Captain Thomas Precott Account of the Boston Massacre

Note02.gif (247 bytes) Anonymous Account of the Boston Massacre
Note02.gif (247 bytes) Boston Massacre Play 3 pages
Resources

 

Day 6
Topic  People of the Revolutionary War
Objective
I
dentify key individuals and summarize their roles in the American Revolution.
State Goals
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
16: Understand events, trends, individuals, and movements shaping the history of Illinois, the United States, and other nations.
Classwork-Homework
Chalkboard.bmp (15654 bytes) People to Know
George Washington: led the American army
Paul Revere: warned colonists of British intentions
Benjamin Franklin: statesman from Boston
Nathan Hale: captured American spy hung by British; famous for "I only regret that I have but one life to give for my country."
Patrick Henry: spoke for libery at Continental Congress
Marquis de Lafayette: frenchman; supplied money and militry knowledge to the colonists
Benedict Arnold: betrayed America by planning to surrender West Point to the British
Sam Adams: leader in Boston for "liberty and independence."
John Hancock: patriot, statesman, signer of the Declaration


PAUL REVERE
Midnight Ride of Paul Revere  1:35
The Ride  10:26
Note02.gif (247 bytes) Poem The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere by Longfellow  pages 16-17


BENEDICT ARNOLD
Benedict Arnold The Real Story  3:05

BENEDICT ARNOLD
Benedict Arnold 1  7:13
Benedict Arnold 2  8:43
Benedict Arnold 3  7:22
Benedict Arnold 4  6:06
Benedict Arnold 5  7:50
Benedict Arnold 6  5:26

Traitor After All: Benedict Arnold  3:32  song, not bad

Earth.gif (6650 bytes) The Infamous Benedict Arnold copies of letters and the story of Arnold's spting and Andre's execution

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes)Benedict Arnold: Edit Everyday   Find 10 mistakes in capitalization, spelling, grammar and punctuation

NATHAN HALE

Nathan Hale  10:11

Women of the American Revolution  2:46

Resources
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Important People of the Revolution

 

Day 7
Topic  George Washington
Objective
I
dentify key individuals and summarize their roles in the American Revolution.
State Goals
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
Classwork-Homework
GEORGE WASHINGTON Animated
George Washington Part 1   2:32  Lexington Mass.  April 19, 1775
George Washington Part 2   2:35  Dorchester Heights  March 4, 1776
George Washington Part 3   2:55  Delaware River  December 1776
George Washington Part 4   2:32  December 26, 1775
George Washington Part 5   3:59  Valley Forge  Winter of 1777-1778
George Washington Part 6   4:48
George Washington Part 7   2:12
George Washington Part 8   2:32  Monmouth, New Jersey June 28, 1778
George Washington Part 9   2:16 Fraunces Tavern  December 1783

Biography of George Washington  :50
Valley Forge  5:36

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) George Washington Information, sequencing, questions
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) George Washington Information and  questions

Resources

 

Day 8
Topic  Benjamin Franklin
Objective
Learn about the accomplishments of Benjamin Franklin.
Choose correct pronouns in sentences.
Observe a street map of downtown Philadelphia in Ben Franklin's time.
I
dentify key individuals and summarize their roles in the American Revolution.
State Goals
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
Classwork-Homework
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN: Animated
Benjamin Franklin Part 1  5:39
Benjamin Franklin Part 2  4:12
Benjamin Franklin Part 3  2:22
Benjamin Franklin Part 4  2:56
Benjamin Franklin Part 5  3:14
Benjamin Franklin Part 6  3:48

Ben Franklin's Electrical Experiment  2:59
The Wisdom of Benjamin Franklin  8:00
Glass Armonica  5:20  instrument invented by Franklin
Ben Franklin and the Gulf Stream  4:11

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Benjamin Franklin 
Answer 3 questions with multiple choice answers
Fill in 4 blanks to complete 4 facts
Answer 2 statements as true or false.

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Ben Franklin: Pronouns and Possesives 
Read a 2 page passage about Benjamin Franklin
Choose the correct pronouns to complete the sentences.

IconMap.bmp (3402 bytes) Getting Around Town
Observe a street map of downtown Philadelphia in Ben Franklin's time
Use it to answer comprehension questions.

Resources

 

Day 9
Topic  Battles of the Revolution
Objective
Create a time line of Revolutionary war battles.
Analyze major military battles and the role of major American and British military leaders in the American Revolution.
Describe the earliest armed conflict of the Revolutionary War.
State Goals
16.A.3b  Make inferences about historical events and eras using historical maps and other historical sources.
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
Classwork-Homework
Battles of the Revolution Ppt

BATTLE OF LEXINGTON & CONCORD
Battle of Lexington & Concord Part 1  4:31
Battle of Lexington & Concord Part 2  5:31

The Battle of Bunker Hill 2:24    1775 June 16  narrated

The American Revolution Part 5  4:33
Battle of Long Island    1776 August 27-29
Battle of Harlem Heights
Battle of Valcour Bay    1776 October 11
Battle of White Plains
Fort Washington
Fort Lee
Newport, Rhode Island  1776 December 6

Battle of Trenton 4:18  1776 December 26

 Battle of Princeton

Battle of Saratoga  4:23  1777 October 17
Battle of Camden  1:00  1780  August 16
Battle of Kings Mountain  4:09  1780 October 7
Battle of Cowpens   3:29  1781 January 17
The Battle of Yorktown  7:03  1781

Revolution Battle Scene  8:26  from movie
How to Fire a Brown Bess  1:50
Continental Army  5:21  1777

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Revolutionary War Battles Chart

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Time Line of The Revolutionary War  4 pages, includes a list of evnts to add

Resources
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Lexington and Concord 2 differing primary sources  pages   46-48, 50  Create a news article with a picture.
star.gif (2279 bytes) Revolutionary War Newspaper Report on events by creating the front page of a newspaper.
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Major Events of the Revolutionary War

 

 

FRENCH REVOLUTION Days 1-7

 

Day 1
Topic    32-3 The French Revolution
Objective
Develop an understanding of the price paid for freedom.
State Goals
16.A.3b  Make inferences about historical events and eras using historical maps and other historical sources.
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
Classwork-Homework
Chalkboard.bmp (15654 bytes)
Terms to Learn
Estates:
classes
Estates General:
assembly of the three estates of France, last meeting in 1789
Bourgeoisie:
Middle Class; not nobles, not peasants;bankers, merchants, lawyers, doctors, manufacturers, teachers
Philosophies:
philosophers
Tyranny:
unjust use of power
Absolute Monarchy:
ruler's power is not limited by a representative assembly
Constitutional Monarchy:
ruler's power is limited by written law
Sans-culottes:
without knee britches (only wealthy wore)
Emigres:
political exiles
Guillotine:
execution machine with a heavy blade to chop off heads
Royalist:
supported the king or queen

Chalkboard.bmp (15654 bytes)
  People to Know
Louis XVI: King of France; Executed
Marie Antoinette: Wife of Louis XVI, executed

Voltaire:
philosopher that favored free speech, press, and religion
had issues with the Cathoilc Church;
spoke out for religious freedom

Robespierre
Leader of France during the French Revolution
Leader during the "Reign of Terror"
Executed

Rousseau
:
voiced that the King (King Louis XVI) was not doing his job
voiced that a ruler should rule according to the wishes of the citizens.

Montesquieu:
felt that there should be a balance of power
The ruler should rule along side the citizens.
They should share power, not one group calling all the shots.

Marat
Leader of the mob
Assasianated

Louis XVI  4:27 music, no narration, artist views of Louis XIV's life and death
The Life of Marie Antoinette  4:11
MARIE ANTOINETTE PARTS OF 1938 movie
Marie Antoinett Part 1  6:59 
Marie Antoinette Part 2  6:59
Marie Antoinette Part 3 6:59
Marie Antoinette Part 4  6:59
Marie Antoinette: Cell  3:17
 

THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
The French Revolution Part 1/9  10:43
The French Revolution Part 2/9  10:19
The French Revolution Part 3/9  10:36 
The French Revolution Part 4/9  10:22 
The French Revolution Part 5/9  10:44 
The French Revolution Part 6/9  10:40
The French Revolution Part 7/9  10:44
The French Revolution Part 8/9  9:55
The French Revolution Part 9/9  5:46

BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) History Channel Guide: The French Revolution

BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) Is Freedom Really There: A Closer Look at the French Revolution 49 pages
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Vocabualry Matching
Use a matching game to introduce the vocabulary.
Write the defintion and draw a picture of the word.
Teacher page 3; student pages 33-37
Vocabulary Quiz page 46

readme.gif (1442 bytes) Section 32-3 The French Revolution  pp. 513-520
Old Regime
The Estates-General
Uprisings in City and Country
The National Assembly
The End of the Monarchy

Resources
French Revolution Episode 1 Part 1  Episode 1 has 7 parts, 4 episodes
Note02.gif (247 bytes) French Revolution Chronology Cards

 

Day 2
Topic  French Revolution
Objective
Idntify the time line of the "Reign of Terror" in France from 1789-1794.
Understand the concepts of liberty, equality, and fraternity as defined by the French Revolution.
State Goals
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
Classwork-Homework
BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) Is Freedom Really There: A Closer Look at the French Revolution 49 pages
The Luck of the Draw

Use M&Ms to demonstrate France's class system and where the money went in France.
Introduce students to the three estates of France
Teacher pages 3-5, 38-39 student pages 16-18 and 38-39 

atlas.gif (1202 bytes) Atlas of World History

readme.gif (1442 bytes) Atlas of World History p. 102

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) French Revolution  57

 

TEC
Resources

 

Day 3
Topic  Causes of the French Revolution
Objective
List the causes and effects of the French Revolution of the late 1700s.
Learn key events, vocabulary, and themes of the French Revolution.
Understand the concepts of liberty, equality, and fraternity as defined by the French Revolution.
State Goals
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
Classwork-Homework
Camera.bmp (4422 bytes)French Revolution Flow Chart

Camera.bmp (4422 bytes)Cause of the French Revolution Word Web #2

Note02.gif (247 bytes) Causes of the French Revolution #3 & #4

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes)  The French Revolution Begins #4

Resources
Note02.gif (247 bytes) Causes of Revolutions
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Revolution Case Study: France

 

Day 4
Topic  Storming the Bastille
Objective
Understand the concepts of liberty, equality, and fraternity as defined by the French Revolution.
State Goals
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
Classwork-Homework
The French Revolution: The Bastille  1:30 

Pint-sized History: Storming of the Bastille  3:20 

THE STORMING OF THE BASTILLE
The Storming of the Bastille Part 1/5  9:54
The Storming of the Bastille Part 2/5  9:47
The Storming of the Bastille Part 3/5  9:59
The Storming of the Bastille Part 4/5  9:54
The Storming of the Bastille Part 5/5  9:55

THE STORMING OF THE BASTILLE  July 14, 1789
The Storming of the Bastille Part 1/3  9:51
The Storming of the Bastille Part 2/3  7:32
The Storming of the Bastille Part 3/3  5:34

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Storming of the Bastille  Use primary sources to investigate the beginning of the French Revolution

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Day 5
Topic  Louis the XVI
Objective
List events in the life of Louis XVI.
Create a newspaper front page in Le News
State Goals
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
Classwork-Homework
Marie Antoinette starving people go to Versailles for bread

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes)   The King and the Revolution #5  
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes)  Newspaper: Louis Tries to Escape  Newspaper page

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Day 6
Topic  Trial of Louis 16th
Objective
Take the role of prosecutor or defense and make the closing arguments for the life of Louis XVI.
State Goals
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
Classwork-Homework
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) 7 Trial of the King
Use authentic sources to study the trial. Write a closing article.
TEC
Resources

 

Day 6
Topic  Execution of Louis XVI
Objective
Use information from authentic sources to report about the execution of Louis XVI.
Understand the concepts of liberty, equality, and fraternity as defined by the French Revolution.
State Goals
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
Classwork-Homework
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Execution of the King #8  
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes)   Newspaper: Louis Executed  #9
Resources

 

Day 7
Topic  Reign of Terror
Objective
Use authentic sources learn about the period of history following the execution of Louis XVI.
State Goals
18.A.5  Compare ways in which social systems are affected by political, environmental, and economic and technological changes.
16.B.2a (W)  Describe the historical development of monarchies, oligarchies, and city-states in ancient civilizations.
18.B.3a  Analyze how individuals and groups interact with and within institutions.
Classwork-Homework
French Revolution: The Terror 1:56
Maximillien Robespierre 6:17 no narration
The Life of Robespierre  5:36 narrated student project

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes)   The Reign of Terror #10
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes)  France in 1795 (Overview) #11

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AMERICAN REVOLUTION
BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) Battle of the Battlefields
Note02.gif (247 bytes) 18th Century Documents from the Avalon Project at Yale Law School
Note02.gif (247 bytes) Captain Thomas Preston's Account of the Boston Massacre 
Note02.gif (247 bytes) Annynomous Account of the Boston Massacre
           Both are authentic source
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) American Revolution Links
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) American Revolution from the History Place
CHARLES I
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Long Term Causes of the Civil Wars
Sort Charles I problems into 3 groups: Money, Religion, Parliament
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes)  Execution of a King
 Pencil.gif (1165 bytes)  Newspaper: Big Battle at Marston Moor
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes)  Newspaper: King Charles In Trouble Again  Question page
King Charles I 6:59 historical monologue "400 Years of English History" by artist/historian George S. Stuart
King Charles I Enters the House of Commons  5:01  he dissolves Parliament From Cromwell
King Charles I Execution Scene  8:21 from Cromwell
Trial of King Charles I  8:40 from Cromwell
Note02.gif (247 bytes) Trial of King Charles I
CIVIL WARS
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes)  Civil War: The Final Steps   Easy
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes)  English Civil Wars  Introduction, Background Information
 Pencil.gif (1165 bytes)  Execution of a King
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Long Term Causes of the Civil Wars
Sort Charles I problems into 3 groups: Money, Religion, Parliament
 Pencil.gif (1165 bytes)  Newspaper: Big Battle at Marston Moor
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes)  Newspaper: King Charles In Trouble Again  Question page
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes)  Should the King Be Put to Death?
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Two Sides in the Civil War
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Why Did Parliament Win the Civil War? 2 page worksheet, map, and questions.
CONTINENTAL CONGRESS
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Congress   Proceedings and list of delegates
CROMWELL
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Cromwell: Hero or Villan
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) England Under Cromwell
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Irish Rebellion: What Kind of Man Was Oliver Cromwell 
2 pages with authentic sources
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes)What Sort of Man Was Oliver Cromwell?  Uses source material
OLIVER CROMWELL AND THE ENGLISH CIVIL WAR
Oliver Cromwell and the English Civil War  Part 1/4  9:51
Oliver Cromwell and the English Civil War  Part 2/4  9:59
Oliver Cromwell and the English Civil War  Part 3/4  9:55
Oliver Cromwell and the English Civil War  Part 4/4  5:44
FRENCH & INDIAN WAR
braininjar.gif (1615 bytes) Quiz French & Indian War
Note02.gif (247 bytes) History of the Buffalo Creek Valley Map of forts in western PA.
FRENCH REVOLUTION
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) 2 Causes of the French Revolution Authentic sources
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) 3 Causes of the French Revolution Part 2
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Chronology   Introductory Activity
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) 8 Execution of the King
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) 11 France in 1795 (Overview)
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) 9 Newspaper: Louis Executed  use with Execution of the King
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) 6 Newspaper: Louis Tries to Escape
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Tennis Court Speech
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) 4 The French Revolution Begins
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) 5 The King and the Revolution
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) 10 The Reign of Terror
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) 7 Trial of the King
BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) Is Freedom Really There: A Closer Look at the French Revolution 49 pages
Note02.gif (247 bytes) 1 The French Revolution
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Liberty, Equality, Fraternity: Exploring the French Revolution
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Links to the French Revolution
LOUIS XVI
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Born to be King
MERCANTILISM
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Activities on Colonial Mercantilism  Contrasting Views, Separating Fact From Opinion, Role Playing
PURITANS
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Meet the Puritans
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Trials and Punishment Chart     Note02.gif (247 bytes) Crime and Punishment in Puritan England
Note02.gif (247 bytes) Puritans      Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Puritans Crossword Puzzle
Puritans Ban Christmas  7:50
REVOLUTIONS
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Revolutions Summary Worksheet
STAMP ACT
Note02.gif (247 bytes)  The Stamp Cat   55 resolutions proposed by George Greeville on Feb. 6, 1765.
STUARTS
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Stuarts Monarchs Wordsearch
Note02.gif (247 bytes) The Stuart Monarchs 1603-1704    Color!!!

 

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