French Revolution - Declaration of the Rights of Man (Source Analysis with Key) - A 11 page document containing the Declaration of the Rights of Man as a primary source from the French Revolution, with associated analysis questions and a teachers key.
The package contains a set of questions that requires students to analyze the message of the Declaration of the Rights of Man and show their understanding by referencing specific lines from the source. The questions relate to the major themes of the French Revolution and the ideals of the revolutionaries. As well, the questions relate to the impact of the Age of Enlightenment on the Declaration and the role of specific Enlightenment philosophers such as: Hobbes, Locke and Rousseau.
A great tool for use in the classroom when teaching about the French Revolution and the feelings within France at the time in regards to the Revolution itself. Fantastic for assessing student comprehension of primary sources and for having students show their ability to analyze and understand a source.
Could be used as a homework assignment, as a substitute activity or as part of a French Revolution unit!