This is a 24-slide Power Point presentation that includes a skeleton outline for easy student note taking. This presentation covers the middle period of the French Revolution. It begins by covering the Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen. Next, it covers the Women's March on Versailles. It then goes into the divisions that existed in French society during the revolution, including some of the radical clubs, such as the Jacobins and the sans-culottes. The presentation also covers France's foreign wars during the revolution and the three most radical leaders during the revolution. It closes by covering the Reign of Terror, including information about Maximillien Robespierre, and the executions by guillotine.
12 years high school teaching experience including International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placement courses.
Subjects taught: World History, AP Human Geography, History and Geography of Non-Western Cultures and U.S. History