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French Revolution Essay

  • Submitted by: rhamersfac
  • on September 19, 2012
  • Category: History
  • Length: 2,609 words

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Aim:   How can we use documents to write an essay about the causes and effects of the French Revolution?
Learning Objectives Students will be able to
-read and analyze documents
-connect primary documents to things they already know about the French Revolution
Start up activity:   What should you do if you come across a word in a reading that you don’t know the meaning of?

Mini Lesson: Before looking at the documents:
1 . Read the historical context and task so you know the purpose for reading
2.   Activate your prior knowledge about the essay topic.
3. See if you can address the task in one sentence
Everyone listen as I do these things.
Individual work: Everyone complete steps 1 and 2.
Your prior knowledge:

Your one sentence answer to the question:

Steps for reading each document:
1.   Preview the first document by reading the question looking for key words in the document.
2.   Activate your prior knowledge
3.   Read the document and make connections with the text (text to text, text to self or text to world).
4.   Restate the main idea in your own words
5.   Answer the questions after the document.
Part A
Short-Answer Questions
Directions: Analyze the documents and answer the short-answer questions that follow each document in the space provided.
Document 1
Key words: Prior Knowledge:

[pic]Source: Friedman & Foner, A Genetic Approach to Modern European History, College Entrance Book Co., 1938
Connection with the document:

Restate the main idea:

1 According to this document by Friedman & Foner, what is one cause of the French revolution? [

Document 2
Key words: Prior Knowledge:

Connection with the document:

Restate the main idea:

2 Based on the information in these graphs, identify one cause of the French Revolution. [1]

Document 3
Key words: Prior Knowledge:

Source: Miss Betham-Edwards, ed., Arthur Young’s Travels in France During the Years 1787, 1788, 1789, G. Bell and Sons...

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