Period 2 – World History (S.D.A.I.E. – E.L.L.) Lesson Plan (9-22-2016)

Period 2 - World History

Topic:

The French Revolution

Unit:

Enlightenment & Revolutions

Unit S.M.A.R.T. Goal:

Students will be able to explain the causes and effects of the French Revolution with 85% accuracy in 3 of 4 trials.

Objective:

Students will be able to explain the events leading to the French Revolution.

Students will be able to explain the similarities and differences between the American and French revolutions.

Vocabulary:

Three Estates, Estates General, National Assembly, Tennis Court Oath, Bastille, Great Fear, Declaration of the Rights of Man, Constitution of 1791.

Agenda:

Task #1 – Quick Write

We are going to do a quick write on the image below. First we will discuss it and then we will do our quick write.

Quick write prompt: “You are a citizen in France that goes for a walk and comes upon this scene in the French Revolution. You find yourself in the crowd below. Describe what you are thinking and feeling.”

image-french-revolution-guilotine

Task #2 – Venn Diagram

Yesterday we finished building a venn diagram together and reviewed our vocabulary. Today you are going to build a Venn Diagram on your own with no notes.

venn Diagram Example

Task #3 – Academic Paragraph

Using our Cornell notes on the French Revolution we will write another academic paragraph.

CLICK HERE TO SEE AN EXAMPLE OF ACADEMIC PARAGRAPHS -> CAUSES OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION

Task #4 – Cornell Notes – Rise of Terror

Now we will continue our notes on the French Revolution in Cornell Note form.

Ticket Out the Door:

Webbs Depth of Knowledge Chart

What level do you think we worked at today and why?

Homework:

Remember to study for your American Revolution key terms quiz tomorrow.

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