Are you looking for an engaging resource on King Louis XVI
or the French Revolution
Hoping to practice primary source analysis
while teaching the French Revolution?
Use this Primary Source Analysis Activity
to address the Social Studies standards while helping your students gain a better understanding of the events and positions during the French Revolution
and the Execution of Louis XVI
. Students can read this primary source to investigate original text between key figures in history for analysis with guiding questions.
This primary source includes the original account written by a British priest accompanying Louis to his execution.
May be used as a class assignment, homework assignment, assessment, or as a small group response activity.
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