Ms. Pittman – 9th Grade World History

Fordson High School

French Revolution Timeline

Create a French Revolution Timeline on pages 11-12 of your notebook. Explain the significance of the following dates. You can use bullet points.

 

1786

May 5, 1789

June 17, 1789

June 20, 1789

July 14, 1789

August 4, 1789

August 27, 1789

October 1789

June 1791

September 1791

April 1792

August 10 1792

September 1792

September 21, 1792

January 21, 1793

February 1793

July 1793

July 17, 1794

1795

 


French Revolution Vocabulary

French Revolution Vocabulary – Define as we read!

Page 7                     Page 8

Old Regime

First Estate

Second Estate

Third Estate

Bourgeoisie

Estates-General

National Assembly

Tennis Court Oath

Bastille

Great Fear

Emigres

Sans-culottes

Jacobins

Guillotine

Napoleonic Code

Concordat

Lycees

Plebiscite

Nationalism

Coup d’ etat

Blockade

Guerrillas

Scorched Earth

Continental System

 


Modern France Fast Facts

France Fast Facts

On page 6 of your notebook, answer the following questions about modern France:

Name:

Population:

Size:

Capital:

Motto:

Government:

Ruler:

Language:

Religion:

Currency:

Anthem:

Flag: For this one, draw or print a flag and include color.

Symbol: Pick something that symbolizes France. Include a picture or drawing.


Bellwork 1/29-2/2

Bellwork #1 1/29/2018

Predict at least five rules/procedures we will go over today as we start the new semester. Use complete sentences!

Bellwork #2 1/30/2018

How many words can you make out of the word:

REVOLUTION

Words must be spelled correctly and use each letter only once.  Ten minimum!

 

Bellwork #3 2/1/2018

Draw a circle map.

Map Guiding Question: What do you know about France? (At least 10)

Frame Guiding Question: Why is this important to consider in class?

Don’t forget the frame!!

 

Bellwork #4 2/2/2018

Write a list of words used in English that come from French. Come up with at least ten. Example: Rendezvous, hors d’oeuvres

 


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