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  • james gillray
  • george cruikshank
  • 090710 wh french revolution 100m

    1. 1. DRAW A LINE SEPARATING TODAY & YESTERDAY 1) Write: Date: 09/07/10 , Topic: French Revolution 2) Next line, write “ Opener #9 ” and then: 1) Write 1 high + 1 low in last 24 hours 2) Rate your understanding of yesterday: lost < 1-5 > too easy (3 is perfect) 3) Respond to the Opener by writing at least 1 sentences about : Your opinions/thoughts OR/AND Questions sparked by the clip OR/AND Summary of the clip OR/AND Announcements: None
    2. 2. Agenda 1) Causes for the French Revolution Primary Objective 1) What causes people to revolt? Reminder 1) Find & complete your 4 news pods
    3. 3. Notes #9a , Title: “ French Revolution Notes ” 1) Problems before French Revolution a) Enlightenment Ideas : Ideas of equality spread b) King Louis XVI : Weak, indecisive, wanted to please everyone. c) King’s Debt : Wars with UK (FI War and US rev, 50% taxes go to pay interest on debt. Inflation b/c king prints money. Begins taxing nobles. d) Nobles : Want king to give up power like UK. e) Bourgeoisie : Wanted power nobles enjoyed. f) San-culottes : Inflation and poor crops make bread unaffordable. Nobles want to tax poor. g) Famine : Rare harsh winter destroys harvest 1st: Clergy 2 nd : Nobles 3 rd : Reg Ppl
    4. 4. 1) Problems before French Revolution a) Enlightenment Ideas : Ideas of equality spread 1st: Clergy 2 nd : Nobles 3 rd : Reg Ppl
    5. 5. 1) Problems before French Revolution b) King Louis XVI : Weak, indecisive, wanted to please everyone. 1st: Clergy 2 nd : Nobles 3 rd : Reg Ppl
    6. 8. 1) Problems before French Revolution c) King’s Debt : Wars with UK (FI War and US rev, 50% taxes go to pay interest on debt. Inflation b/c king prints money. Begins taxing nobles. 1st: Clergy 2 nd : Nobles 3 rd : Reg Ppl
    7. 9. 1) Problems before French Revolution d) Nobles : Want king to give up power like UK. 1st: Clergy 2 nd : Nobles 3 rd : Reg Ppl
    8. 10. 1) Problems before French Revolution e) Bourgeoisie : Wanted power nobles enjoyed. 1st: Clergy 2 nd : Nobles 3 rd : Reg Ppl
    9. 11. 1) Problems before French Revolution f) San-culottes : Inflation and poor crops make bread unaffordable. (Nobles want to tax 3 rd E.) 1st: Clergy 2 nd : Nobles 3 rd : Reg Ppl
    10. 12. 1) Problems before French Revolution g) Famine : Rare harsh winter destroys harvest 1st: Clergy 2 nd : Nobles 3 rd : Reg Ppl
    11. 13. Notes #9a , Title: “ French Revolution Notes ” 1) Problems before French Revolution a) Enlightenment Ideas : Ideas of equality spread b) King Louis XVI : Weak, indecisive, wanted to please everyone. c) King’s Debt : Wars with UK (FI War and US rev, 50% taxes go to pay interest on debt. Inflation b/c king prints money. Begins taxing nobles. d) Nobles : Want king to give up power like UK. e) Bourgeoisie : Wanted power nobles enjoyed. f) San-culottes : Inflation and poor crops make bread unaffordable. Nobles want to tax poor. g) Famine : Rare harsh winter destroys harvest 1st: Clergy 2 nd : Nobles 3 rd : Reg Ppl
    12. 14. 2) Estate General, May 1789 : France’s parliament, (last assembled 1614), to fix these problems. Each estate 1 vote, so 1 st and 2 nd override 3 rd .
    13. 15. Journal #9a , Title “ Cahier de Doléances ” Pick an estate and convince the King and write your complain (cahier) ADD A HOOK: Something to get them interested in the thesis you are about the present. 1) Thesis: What you want. 2) Reason 1 Use supporting ideas or facts 3) Reason 2 Use supporting ideas or facts 4) Reason 3 Use supporting ideas or facts ADD A CONCLUSION: The one last final thought you want them to have when you end.
    14. 16. Notes #9b , Title: “ French Revolution Notes ” 3) Tennis Court Oath : 3 rd Estate wanted to voted by head, not by estate ( 1+2: 591, 3: 610). Locked out of the hall, went to the courts next door to swear to create their own new National Assembly and a constitution .
    15. 17. Power is not given, it’s created!
    16. 18. Journal #9b , Title “ Liberté, égalité, fraternité! ” Verbally persuade others (1 st , 2 nd , 3 rd ) to ditch old ways for an new enlightened society where the gov serves the ppl and each man is equal and judges by their abilities not birth .
    17. 19. Notes #9b , Title: “ French Revolution Notes ” 4) Storming of the Bastille (July 14, 1789, French Independence Day) : King call Swiss troops to Paris, 3 rd Estate storm Bastille prison in search for gunpowder. REVOLUTION BEGINS!
    18. 20. Notes #9b , Title: “ French Revolution Cont. ” 5) Great Fear, 7-8/1789 : Chaos all over France, poor take revenge of nobles + rich. Mob demanded King/Queen move to Paris .
    19. 22. 6) Robespierre (1758-1794) : Short gifted speaker becomes leader of the revolution + one of history’s bloodiest leaders.
    20. 23. Journal #9c , Title “ Video: French Revolution ” 1) Copy Source Title: Terror Robespierre! 2…) Discuss questions on the board with a partner. Summarize your discussion ( include their name at the end ). Remember participation points are deducted if off task. 5 Reading/Film Qs Come From These Journal Sections Time Bookmark: 00:00

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