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CHAPTER 14 Overview; Interact with History; Section 1 Lesson Plan

Revolutions in Russia
Section 1 Objectives

1. To describe the autocratic methods of Alexander III.

2. To explain the economic changes under Nicholas II.

3. To summarize crises that paved the way for revolution.

4. To describe the March Revolution and end of czarist rule.

5. To summarize the Bolshevik Revolution and its outcome.

6. To explain Lenin’s reforms.

RESOURCES

Introduce the Chapter

__ Connect History with Geography

PE, pp. 386–387

__ Interact with History

PE, p. 388
Focus and Motivate

__ 5-Minute Warm-Up

Warm-Up Transparency 30

__ Discuss Main Idea and Why It Matters Now

PE, p. 389
Instruct

__ Read the section

PE, pp. 389–394

Unit 4 In-Depth Resources: Guided Reading, p. 19

__ Discuss key questions

TE, pp. 389–390, 392–394

__ Spotlight on: The Trans-Siberian Railway

PE, p. 390

__ History Makers: Rasputin

PE, p. 391

__ Connect to Today: DNA Solves the Mystery of Anastasia

PE, p. 392

__ More About: The Two Revolutions of 1917, The Red Army, Leon Trotsky

TE, pp. 391, 393

__ Chart: Causes and Effects of Two Russian Revolutions

PE, p. 392

__ Map: Russian Revolution and Civil War, 1905–1922

PE, p. 393

__ Connections Across Time and Place: The Winter Palace and the Hermitage

TE, p. 391

__ History Makers: V. I. Lenin

PE, p. 394

Unit 4 In-Depth Resources, p. 34

__ Skillbuilder Lesson: Analyzing Causes

TE, p. 390

Unit 4 In-Depth Resources: Skillbuilder Practice, p. 23

__ Primary Source: Bloody Sunday

Unit 4 In-Depth Resources, p. 26

14

Connections Across the Curriculum

__ Literature

TE, p. 393
Customize Instruction

__ Less Proficient Readers

Reading Study Guide, pp. 147–148

__ Students Acquiring English/ESL

Access for Students Acquiring English, pp. 152, 154–155, 159

Spanish Reading Study Guide, pp. 147–148


Integrate Technology

__ Test Generator

Section 1 Quiz

__ Electronic Library of Primary Sources

from Ten Days That Shook the World

__ The World’s Music CD

__ Using the Internet

classzone.com


Assess & Reteach

__ Section 1 Assessment

PE, p. 394

__ Section 1 Quiz

Formal Assessment, p. 242

__ Reteaching Activity

TE, p. 394
Closure

__ Ranking Events

TE, p. 394
Block Scheduling Options

__ Cooperative Activity: Interviewing Key Figures of Revolutionary Russia

TE, p. 392

Integrated Assessment


RESOURCES


Homework Assignments
Other Teaching Materials


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