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Main Curriculum Tie:
Student Prior Knowledge:
As a pre-assessment, ask students (individually or as a group) to come up with a definition or word map for the word "revolution." You might discuss revolutions the students may have already learned about, such the American Revolutionary war, the Industrial Revolution, the Scientific Revolution, and/or the Reformation.
Intended Learning Outcomes:
Invitation to learn: Have a treat for part of the class and only offer it to the students who you've determined are part of the First or Second Estate. Talk about how it feels when there is inequality.
For a more specific version of this activity (and a pre-made unit on the French Revolution), visit "Is Freedom Really Free?" Click on Sixth Grade (on the left), then scroll down to History and find the French Revolution.
The six main causes are:
Encourage students to identify important people in their effect paragraph.
A paragraph on the effects might include the following ideas:
Strategies For Diverse Learners:
Assess student understanding from their graphic organizer, or you could create a game or quiz.
You could also have students answer questions (orally or in writing) such as:
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