April 18, 2016:
Students will answer Objective and Critical Thinking Questions ffrom Chapter 23 Section 2.
Explain how war and the king's execution affected the revolution.
Critical Thinkning Questions:
What do the speeches by nobles imply about the role of violence in the French Revolution?
Would a U.S. legislature treat religion as the National Assembly did?
What evidence supports the view that the 1791 constitution was moderate rather than radical?
What caused Prussia to invade France?
Why do you think the revolutionaries did not give women the right to vote?
What does the large number of executions among the urban poor and middle class suggest about support for the revolution?
Read The Guillotine on page 659, answer the question 1 in connect to Today.
April 19, 2016:
Notes for Chapter 22 Section 4 and Chapter 23 Section 1 and 2.
April 20, 2016:
Test over the previous material.
April 21, 2016:
Students shall answer Objective and Critical Thinking Questions from Chapter 23 Sections 3 and 4.
Explain how Napoleon came to power.
Explain Napoleon's tactical and political mistakes.
Critical Thinking Questions:
What evidence shows that Napoleon cared about his public image?
In general, did Napoleon make the French government stronger or weaker?
How did L'Overture's revolution benefit the United States?
How does the Battle of Trafalgar show the importance of naval power?
What would Napoleon have needed to make his Continental System work?
What evidence suggests that Napoleon was not a military genius?
History from Visuals: Students shall interpret the map and answer the questions on page 670.
April 22, 2016:
Students shall use a double bubble map to compare the American Revolution and its outcome to the French Revolution and its outcome.