This is an entire unit of study on three key Enlightenment philosophers: John Locke, the Baron de Montesquieu, and Jean-Jacques Rousseau, presented as a set of illustrated worksheets that take students through a step-by-step review of the ideas on government developed by each philosophe.
FIVE DIFFERENT WORKSHEETS INCLUDED
• 17 multiple-choice questions about John Locke: illustrated worksheet with primary source quote
• 13 multiple-choice questions about the Baron de Montesquieu: illustrated worksheet with primary source quote
• 12 multiple-choice questions about Jean-Jacques Rousseau: illustrated worksheet with primary source quote
• Illustrated comparison chart for students to fill out as a final activity or culminating experience
• Crossword puzzle with 18 terms and 18 clues to enjoy as a final activity or culminating experience -- provided both with and with a word bank so it can work as an advanced level/webquest or as a more basic level experience!
I KNOW HOW BUSY TEACHERS CAN BE!
That's why each one of the four worksheets is formatted to fit onto a single sheet of paper, back and front -- so that you can spend less time dealing with the printer or copy machine as you print off these no-prep worksheets for your students.
Answer keys to all activities included.
These worksheets provide a variety of activities and are great for teaching AND review/assessment as well as for generating engaging class discussions about these philosophers and also about the Enlightenment in general!
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Please note, the alternate product linked below does *not* include a crossword puzzle or a comparison chart. It includes comparison questions, as well as questions on Locke, Montesquieu and Rousseau, with all questions presented in multiple choice format. However, it is Examview / Word Processor compatible, so if those are features you want or need, the following might suit you:
Locke, Montesquieu and Rousseau Questions in Examview and Editable Formats
World History Content Questions created by Elise Parker