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Unit #3: The French Revolution - The End of the Monarch & the Birth of the Republic!
 
 Learning Target: I can DESCRIBE how the reign of the absolute monarchy in France came to an end in favor of a republic. 


Directions:
 
Directions: Please follow the directions in the box below to complete the assignment.  Be sure to complete the assignment and carefully check your work before submitting your assignment for a grade. 



Part 1: Important Vocabulary

1.   Next, use your text book (pages 577-581) to define the terms below.  Place their definitions in your Google Slides on slides #3-6 of your
      The French Revolution - The End of the Monarchy and the Birth of he Republic Assignment.  You can also use your glossary or conduct an Internet search. 

     (651-655 in digital book)
  

      Declaration of the Rights of Man

      Legislative Assembly

      Emigres

      San-culottes

      Jacobins

      guillotine
 

2.  Be prepared to share with the class. 




Part 2: The Declaration of the Rights of Man

1.   Now, complete Part 2 of the The French Revolution - The End of the Monarchy and the Birth of he Republic Assignment to learn about the "Declaration of the Rights of Man."

2.  Watch the short video below to learn more about this amazing document!
  
      (656-659 in digital book)

    To learn more:  Text of the Declaration of the Rights of Man  |  Alpha History



3.   Next read the primary source excepts from the Declaration of the Rights of Man on slide #6 of your The French Revolution - The End of the Monarchy and the Birth of he Republic Assignment .  
      Rewrite each except in your own words and explain what each quotes mean. 

  Primary Source Quotes From the Declaration of the Rights of Man
 

 

1. “Men are born free and remain free and equal in rights. Social distinctions can be based only on public utility.

 

2. “The aim of every political association is the preservation of the natural and imprescriptible rights of man. These rights are liberty, property, security, and resistance to oppression.”

* Be sure to rewrite each quote in your own words and explain what you think the mean in your your The French Revolution - The End of the Monarchy and the Birth of he Republic Assignment.

 

 


   
4.  Participate in a classroom discussion of each quote.  Be prepared to answer questions. 




Part 3: Arguments in the Legislative Assembly

1.   Now, complete Part 3 of The French Revolution - The End of the Monarchy and the Birth of he Republic Assignment to learn about within the French Revolution people were looking for very different
      outcomes.  Arguments within the French Revolution caused even more turmoil and chaos in France.  

       Use the chart below and on page 578 to complete the chart on slide #6 of your The French Revolution - The End of the Monarchy and the Birth of he Republic Assignment.  Drag and
      drop the terms or use your text tool to complete this part of the assignment.


        (656-659 in digital book)



2.  Participate in a classroom discussion of this section.  Be prepared to answer questions.   Edit your graphic organizer as needed.  





Part 4: War and the Guillotine

1.   Next, complete Part 4 of The French Revolution - The End of the Monarchy and the Birth of he Republic Assignment to learn about how France was at war with other European nations during the
      French Revolution.  We will also find out how Louis XVI met his end.  Read pages 579-581 in your text book to answer the question below.  You can also use the online resources below.  Use your text tool to
      answer each question. 


     Louis XVI Biography  |  Eyewitness to History  |  France at War During the French Revolution  |  France Declares War on Austria and Prussia

        (656-659 in digital book)

 

 

1.Why was France at war with Austria, Prussia, and other nations?

2.What was the “National Assembly?”

3.  Explain the fate of Louis XVI and his wife Marie Antoinette.

 

 




2.  Participate in a classroom discussion of this section.  Be prepared to answer questions.   Edit your graphic organizer as needed.  





Part 5: Submit your work for a grade


 1.   Once you have completed your The French Revolution - The End of the Monarchy and the Birth of he Republic Assignment, use the Google Form below to submit your work for a grade. 
       Be sure to check your answers using the  The French Revolution Begins Assignment.

 2.    Carefully check your answer and submit your work for a grade. 

      Turn in your French Rev. End of Monarchy  here!

3.    Good Job!





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