Today we are going to spot all 6 of Napoleon’s mistakes that we looked at yesterday in the final part of the video that we looked at on Friday. The video can be found on youtube at: https://youtu.be/NZDQzxmBXyE Guided notes can be found below. This is the LAST assignment in your French Revolution Portfolio.
On Friday, we watched a video detailing Napoleon’s rise to the height of his career. Today we are exploring his the fall from the “Summit of Ambition.” Today we will look at 6 major mistakes Napoleon made. The six mistakes are: Ordered a blockade to prevent trade and communication between Great Britain and other European […]
Today, we’re going to be using a cool website called EdPuzzle. Essentially, students will be watching a video from YouTube and answer questions on it as they go. For students that were absent, you’ll need to: Go to www.edpuzzle.com Click on “I’m a new Student” Click “Sign up with Google” Use your Battle Ground Account […]
Today, students will be exploring the “Big 5” actors and inventions of the French Revolution. They will complete a project to identify the importance of each of the following: King Louis XVI Marie Antoinette Robespierre Marat The Guillotine Students will want to consult the source documents in the PDF below when completing this assignment. […]
I hope you enjoyed your day off yesterday, because today, we’re back at the grindstone! Today, we will be reviewing the Timeline notes that you completed in a group on Tuesday. Then, we took quick look at John Green’s Crash Course to the French Revolution: Finally, students began working an assignment I like to call […]
Today we are looking at one of the most important documents of the french revolution: The Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen. This was a document drawn up by the National Assembly in August of 1789. It has many similarities to the United State’s Declaration of Independence and was instrumental in laying […]
Happy Monday Everyone! Today, we reviewed the three causes of the French Revolution. If I haven’t beaten these causes into your head enough yet, please engrave them on your cerebral cortex now. In case you need a reminder, the three basic causes of the F.R. are: Enlightenment Ideas Spreading through Europe French Bourgeoisie (middle class) […]