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French rev jeopardy revised

  1. 1. Enlightenment & French Revolution Jeopardy Click to begin.
  2. 2. Final Jeopardy Make your wager
  3. 3. Draw the Multi-Flow Map and fill it in. French Revolution
  4. 4. CAUSES PEOPLE TURNING POINTS NAPOLEON Let there be light! 10 Point s 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 10 Point s 10 Point s 10 Point s 10 Point s 10 Point s 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points VOCAB
  5. 5. The three social classes that the French population was divided into. Causes: 10pts
  6. 6. Causes: 20pts Social class that complained about inequality & high taxes.
  7. 7. Causes: 30pts Government where the people have no rights & are ruled by one person.
  8. 8. Law making body similar to the English Parliament. Causes: 40pts
  9. 9. Causes: 50pts The result of deficit spending and costly wars.
  10. 10. The last royal French king who punished anyone who criticized his absolute rule . People: 10pts
  11. 11. Leader of the radicals in the Committee of Public Safety. People: 20pts
  12. 12. French Queen from Austria. Rumored to have said “let them eat cake” to starving rioters. People: 30pts
  13. 13. People: 40pts The middle class revolutionary group known for not where the knee britches common in France at the time.
  14. 14. The Frenchman whose ideas about entering into a “Social Contract” with the government inspired the Revolution People : 50pts
  15. 15. The rigid social class system in France during the 17 th & 18 th centuries. Vocab: 10pts
  16. 16. A military overthrow of a government. Vocab: 20pts
  17. 17. Vocab: 30pts The method of capital punishment developed during the French Revolution
  18. 18. Vocab: 40pts French document declaring all men are equal.
  19. 19. Vocab: 50pts Radicals fighting for democratic rights but used terrorist activities to meet their goal.
  20. 20. The group first formed by the 3 rd Estate to achieve equal rights Turning Pt: 10pts
  21. 21. The pledge made to not disband until a constitution is written. Turning Pt: 20pts
  22. 22. A raid of a French fortress marking the beginning of the French Revolution. Turning Pt: 30pts
  23. 23. Turning Pt: 40pts They created the Committee of Public Safety to investigate anyone against the new government.
  24. 24. Turning Pt: 50pts When people were tried & executed for speaking against the French Republic.
  25. 25. Napoleon: 10pts A strong & often aggressive pride for one’s country.
  26. 26. Napoleon: 20pts Napoleon’s set of laws emphasizing the principles of equality.
  27. 27. Napoleon’s campaign to blockade of British goods in order to weaken their economy. Napoleon: 30pts
  28. 28. The country where over 300,000 French soldiers died due to harsh weather & lack of supplies. Napoleon: 40pts
  29. 29. Napoleon’s fate after allied forces from European nations invaded Paris. Napoleon: 50pts
  30. 30. Enlightenment: 10pts Enlightenment thinker who believed in the natural rights of man and supported a democratic form of government
  31. 31. Enlightenment: 20pts American revolutionaries used these two ideas from the Baron de Montesquieu while designing the Constitution.
  32. 32. Free speech and civil rights was the main topic of this Enlightenment writer’s books Enlightenment : 30pts
  33. 33. The idea of capitalism and laissez-faire economics used by many of the world’s nations today came from this man’s book Wealth of Nations Enlightenment : 40pts
  34. 34. Enlightenment : 50pts The Enlightenment was a time in Europe when thinkers sought to use reason to end the abuses of absolute monarchs. Two ways these ideas were shared during the Enlightenment were…

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