Everyone Learns World History: The Era of Absolutism in Europe

Everyone Learns World History: The Era of Absolutism in Europe
Everyone Learns World History: The Era of Absolutism in Europe
Everyone Learns World History: The Era of Absolutism in Europe
Everyone Learns World History: The Era of Absolutism in Europe
Everyone Learns World History: The Era of Absolutism in Europe
Everyone Learns World History: The Era of Absolutism in Europe
Everyone Learns World History: The Era of Absolutism in Europe
Everyone Learns World History: The Era of Absolutism in Europe
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With each resource for Everyone Learns: World History, all students will learn 30 new people, key concepts, and vocabulary. There are multiple form versions for each worksheet type included. They all look generally the same, so other students in the room rarely recognize that some students have different worksheets. Blue form versions include significant accommodations such as word banks, smaller sets for matching, and definitions provided for word jumbles. Green form versions have fewer accommodations and Yellow form versions have no accommodations and are intended for the most proficient learners.

The Everyone Learns series is an essential resource for inclusive classrooms. Each book in the series includes differentiated content designed to reach all students. Every student learns with activities tailored to their individual strengths and abilities. Everyone Learns gives teachers the ability to truly differentiate instruction. That's why at Everyone Learns, we say "We mean everyone!"

Included People, Key Concepts, and Vocabulary
Frederick William
King Frederick the Great
Junkers
Prussia
Austrian Hapsburgs
Ivan IV
Czar (Tsar)
Saint Basil’s Cathedral
Boyars
Time of Troubles
Michael Romanov
Peter Romanov
Police State
St. Petersburg
Cardinal Richelieu
Marquis de Louvois
Thomas Hobbes
The Leviathan
Raison d'État (Reason of State)
Jean-Baptiste Colbert
Cardinal Mazarin
Louis XIV
Sun King
Chateau at Versailles
Hall of Mirrors
Baroque
Edict of Fontainebleau
Gustavus Adolphus
Divine Right of Kings
Absolutism
Total Pages
143 pages
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Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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