• A DAY SCHEDULE

     

    Monday, November 16, 2020 A

    Look over the French Revolution Assignment on website

    Causes of the French Revolution PowerPoint video

    Watch Here. You may have to download

    Common Core: Declaration of the Rights of Man

     

    Tuesday, November 17, 2020 B

     
    Homework: Re-read Pages 620-622-Absolutism in France

    Read 697-702

     HEY GANG! I AM GOING TO EXTEND THE FRENCH REVOLUTION ASSIGNMENT DUE DATE UNTIL AFTER THE WEEKEND. B DAY STUDENTS WILL TURN IT IN ON MONDAY THE 23RD AND A DAY STUDENTS WILL TURN IT IN ON TUESDAY THE 24TH. I JUST WANT TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE PLENTY OF TIME AND THAT WE GET THROUGH THE MATERIAL TOGETHER. STAY SAFE AND HEALTHY!!

    Wednesday, November 18, 2020 A

    Watch Movie: Tale of Two Cities, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xTPwqeYzPaU

    Homework: FR Assigment

     

    Thursday, November 19, 2020 B

    Watch Movie: Tale of Two Cities, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xTPwqeYzPaU

    Homework: FR Assigment

     

    Friday, November 20, 2020 A

    Lecture: Phases of the French Revolution

    Crane Brinton's Anatomy of Revolution

    Common Core: Declaration of the Rights of Man


    BRING IN WHITE T SHIRT 
    YOU DO NOT MIND CUTTING UP FOR THE FRENCH REVOLUTION GAME (If we are back by then.

    Stages of the French Revolution Lesson for those of you absent or need to hear it again

    Saturday, November 21, 2020   No Class 
    Sunday, November 22, 2020   No Class

     

    B SCHEDULE

     

    92 Monday, November 16, 2020 A

     
    Homework: Re-read Pages 620-622-Absolutism in France

    Read 697-702

    Look over the French Revolution Assignment on website

     

    93 Tuesday, November 17, 2020 B


    Causes of the French Revolution PowerPoint video

    Watch here. You may have to download it first

    Common Core: Declaration of the Rights of Man

     HEY GANG! I AM GOING TO EXTEND THE FRENCH REVOLUTION ASSIGNMENT DUE DATE UNTIL AFTER THE WEEKEND. B DAY STUDENTS WILL TURN IT IN ON MONDAY THE 23RD AND A DAY STUDENTS WILL TURN IT IN ON TUESDAY THE 24TH. I JUST WANT TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE PLENTY OF TIME AND THAT WE GET THROUGH THE MATERIAL TOGETHER. STAY SAFE AND HEALTHY!!

    94 Wednesday, November 18, 2020 A

    Watch Movie: Tale of Two Cities, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xTPwqeYzPaU

    Homework: FR Assigment

     

    95 Thursday, November 19, 2020 B

    Lecture: Phases of the French Revolution

    Crane Brinton's Anatomy of Revolution

    Common Core: Declaration of the Rights of Man


    BRING IN WHITE T SHIRT 
    YOU DO NOT MIND CUTTING UP FOR THE FRENCH REVOLUTION GAME (If we are back by then.

     Stages of French Revolution Lecture for those of you absent or need to see it again.

    96 Friday, November 20, 2020 A

    Watch Movie: Tale of Two Cities, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xTPwqeYzPaU

    Homework: FR Assigment

     

    97 Saturday, November 21, 2020   No Class

    98 Sunday, November 22, 2020   No Class

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French Revolution Assignment

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    French Revolution Assignment    

     

    Causes and Developments of the French Revolution:

    Political, Socioeconomic or Intellectual

     

    DUE : HEY GANG! I AM GOING TO EXTEND THE FRENCH REVOLUTION ASSIGNMENT DUE DATE UNTIL AFTER THE WEEKEND. B DAY STUDENTS WILL TURN IT IN ON MONDAY THE 23RD AND A DAY STUDENTS WILL TURN IT IN ON TUESDAY THE 24TH. I JUST WANT TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE PLENTY OF TIME AND THAT WE GET THROUGH THE MATERIAL TOGETHER. STAY SAFE AND HEALTHY!!



    Write a paper on the following:

    “Ideas more than political or economic concerns, drove the French Revolution up to the summer of 1794.” Analyze to what extent you agree with the above quotation. Cite six to ten primary source documents.

     

    Length: About 1000 words

     

     

    An “A” paper will see all three (ideas, politics and economics as major contributors but will find one dominant cause). An “A” paper will be able to successfully analyze the complexity of the revolution, seeing causes overlapping and see a combination of ideas, politics and economics. The “A” paper will distinguish long term vs. short term. It will note any shift from one cause to another as the revolution takes its course in the five years between summers of 1789 and 1794. Finally, the “A” paper will reflect ample study of outside readings on the French Revolution.

     

    The paper requires no set number of paragraphs but an easy way to organize it would be by chronology: Part One long term causes to 1789,

    Part Two moderate phase 1789-August 1792 (start of Convention), and Part Three the radical phase to the beginning of the Directory. A chronological paper would discuss the revolution as it unfolded analyzing the respective ideological, political and economic explanations of each.

     

    *You must turn a copy into www.turnitin.com as well as provide me with a printed version

     

    Turnitin.com Code:

    27254916

     

    Password: mccart

     

    Email me with any problems: cmccart@washoeschools.net

     

    You can use MLA or APA citation format. Just look them up online and be consistent.

     

Writing Tips for AP Euro (I picked these up from another AP Euro teacher)

A Great Resource for Primary Source Documents of the French Revolution