Help your students to understand like never before three key Enlightenment philosophers: John Locke, the Baron de Montesquieu, and Jean-Jacques Rousseau!
In this single download, you will receive four different multiple-choice question sets:
--one just on John Locke
--one just on Montesquieu
--one just on Rousseau
--one that contrasts the three philosopher's ideas - ideal for a "final exam" on the unit
Teacher convenience is a hallmark of my products.
Therefore, all four of the files come in multiple formats so that they will work for you no matter what your teaching style. You will get all four question sets as:
--.rtf so that you can edit them in a word processor if you like. You can also print off tests in this format.
--.bnk Examview Bank files so that you can combine the question sets together if you like and use them with electronic testing or clicker systems. The .bnk files will let you combine all four files into a master test, if you like and scramble the questions to make several different versions.
--.tst Examview Test files so that you can print tests from Examview or use electronic testing/clicker systems.
These questions are great for teaching AND review/assessment.
The full download has 17 questions just on Locke, 13 on Montesquieu, 12 on Rousseau, and 21 final activity questions that contrast the philosophers with one another.
These questions are perfect for generating class discussion of the topic under study!
LOOKING FOR A MORE VARIED ALTERNATIVE THAT ACTUALLY COSTS *LESS* THAN THIS QUESTION SET?
Look no further than the link below, which will take you to the PDF version of this product. The PDF version contains 100% of the content included in the download on this page, but it also includes a bonus crossword puzzle, presented both with and without a word bank. In addition, the "Contrast Locke, Montesquieu and Rousseau" questions are reformatted in the PDF version to be an illustrated comparison chart to give students a much more visual angle on the material!
If the easy-print PDF version is more to your taste, please visit the link below:
Locke, Montesquieu and Rousseau Worksheets and Puzzle in PDF Format
Questions created by Elise Parker