Estates-General, National Assembly, Tennis Court Oath, King Louis XVI, Storming of the Bastille, Declaration of the Rights of Man and of Citizen, Women's March on Versailles, Flight to Varennes, Storming of the Tuileries, King Louis XVI executed, Marie Antoinette executed, Reign of Terror, Napoleon Bonaparte.
These are the most ENGAGING notes on TpT! Learners of all types engage with this RELEVANT instruction. The French Revolution is presented as a journey that leads through chronological time. Teacher helps are included to help you with how to teach your direct instruction.
Students fill in their notes organizer which include fun buttons to help visual students identify each stop with the content. This lesson is presented as 12 stops throughout history that lead to today's world. Each stop allows students to use KAGAN cooperative learning structures to discuss with a new partner. Students will LOVE the engaging way to teach the French Revolution.
The 12 stops on this JOURNEY through LIFE are:
1) Estates-General Meets
2) National Assembly Created
3) Tennis Court Oath
4) King Louis XVI Recognizes the National Assembly
5) Storming of the Bastille
6) Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen
7) Women's March on Versailles
8) The Flight to Varennes
9) Storming of the Tuileries
10) Executions of King Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette
11) Reign of Terror
12) Napoleon Bonaparte Named First Consul
There is also a key provided to help students who are absent. Who says that direct instruction can't be engaging? This resource is PACKED with DEPTH and can be done in several ways. You may want to use each stop to teach a larger lesson each day, or to show the French Revolution as a story.
This is a part of the French Revolution Unit. Individual Products from this unit include:
1. 20 French Revolution DBQ Bellringers
2. French Revolution - Journey Through Life Notes - SUPER ENGAGING INTERACTIVE NOTES!
3. Check out this STUDENT-LED Overview of the French Revolution Comic Strip Project!
4. ACTIVE LEARNING Simulation of the French Revolution! "Would your character survive the French Revolution?" So Much Fun! Very ENGAGING!
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