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Russian Revolution Primary Source Analysis

Russian Revolution Primary Source Analysis
Russian Revolution Primary Source Analysis
Russian Revolution Primary Source Analysis
Russian Revolution Primary Source Analysis
Russian Revolution Primary Source Analysis
Russian Revolution Primary Source Analysis
Russian Revolution Primary Source Analysis
Russian Revolution Primary Source Analysis
Product Description
Students read an account of the Bolsheviks storming the Winter Palace in 1917 during the Russian Revolution and answer 11 questions about it of varying degrees of difficulty. The answers are included. This would be great for a sub!

Sample questions include:
--Explain the meaning of the phrase: preying on people’s anti-Tsarist sentiments.
--What were Lenin's goals in coming back to Russia?
--Why do you think the looting stopped when someone said it was the property of the People?
--Is "revolutionary discipline" an oxymoron? Why or why not?
--Summarize John's experience starting with “we didn't notice a change in the attitude of the soldiers and the Red Guards around us." You should write at least 5 sentences.

You might be interested in this related resource:
Russian Revolution Timeline Review

*the corresponding power point, note guide, and bundle are being significantly updated and will be available again shortly*

This is included in my World History MEGA Bundle 2

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Total Pages
6 pages
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
N/A
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