Assignment #2 – read power point number 1 along with textbook pages
Assignment #2 – “Square of revolution” (16 marks). Create a square (with four sections) with the categories of: social, political, economic, and philosophic. In the squares, bullet point problems in the categories that would lead to revolution – add on to it as you move through the assignments.
Watch “Horrible Histories – Historical Wife Swap” (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dHHp6xqEc8c&list=PL8AF8602AE965DD1D&feature=mh_lolz).
Read power point number 2 (Your Royal Highness).
Assignment #3 Pretend that Louis the XVI is interviewing for the head of a company – answer the following questions as if you were Louis XVI.
Watch The Vlog Brothers “God and Grain: French Revolution part I” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BvSod16wfgg&feature=relmfu
Read Power point: The Progression of French Revolution
Answer the Questions (15 marks)
Watch the Vlog Brothers “Headless Monarchy: The French Revolution part II” and “REIGN OF TERROR: The French Revolution part III”
Read Power point: From Radical to Directory
Twitter Assignment – Tag and Hashmark this (10 marks)
Assignments #6 – Examine 4 political cartoons and paintings from the time of the French Revolution. Explain the significance of each in a short paragraph. Please include the source from where you found it and its creator or source. Those located on the side are a few examples, you may chose others.
Using Time line creator http://www.dipity.com/create your own timeline for the main events of the French Revolution. With each date added please include the following:
*Brief Description of the Event
* Significance or Impact of the Event.
When your Time line is completed please post your link on the class weebly in the French Revolution Blog
Assignment #8 Wrap up (15 marks)
Answer the following questions in a paragraph with specific reference to the French Revolution (15 marks):
1. How much Violence is justified in achieving a better society?
2. Do people have the right to over throw what they see as an unjust system? To replace it, with what they are convinced in their hearts, is a more just system?
3. How much violence is justified in doing that?
4. Is this a relevant question today?
Khan academy link to Learn about the French Revolution