I provided copies of these notes to students at the start of our study on the French Revolution. The lecture was enhanced through a PowerPoint that displayed primary source images and quotes from documents. We also viewed the excellent History Channel documentary on the French Revolution - this was viewed in ten-minute segments to break up the film and to fit into our notes and course of study. This outline touches on the topics of: causes of the revolution, storming of the Bastille, radicals fight for power, revolution turns violent, Paris in Crisis, women's march to Versialles, September massacres, execution of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, Robspierre, the Civil Constitution of the Clergy, and more.
Grade Level: High School
Subject: History, World History, AP World History Practice Test Materials, European History
Learner: Traditional Classroom, Advanced Placement, Homeschooled Students, Gifted Learners
Tagged as: history, french revolution, french history, european history
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