Who has the power to lead? How do leaders receive that power?
The day’s big question:
What does it mean to rule? How does a ruler gain legitimacy? What/How can the people oppose the ruler?
Objective 1 – Students will be able to describe why people go to war.
Objective 2 – Students will be able to describe and illustrate the conditions of the French Revolution.
Objective 3- Students will be able to provide alternative perspectives to the Reign of Terror.
Questions for Today:
How did the Stamp Act impact the North American Colonists?
Why did the American Revolution begin?
Who won the French & Indian War?
Task #1 – Quick Write
Directions: We are going to do a quick write on the French Revolution. Look over the image below. This will be the inspiration for our quick write.
Task #2 – Cornell Notes
We are now going to take our Cornell Notes on the French Revolution.
Assignment -> Cornell Notes
Class Constructed Cornell Notes -> cornell-notes-french-revolution
Practice Venn Diagram comparing and contrasting the American and French Revolutions
Academic paragraph on the French Revolution.
Finish the Venn Diagram we started today in class.