Amanda Hulme AP World History - W.E.B. Dubois High School 2/24 Objective: We will identify the causes and effects of the French Revolution by analyzing primary documents.
Assessment: Primary Source Analysis
Agenda: 1.) Drill 2.) Reading and Questions 3.) Timeline and Comic Strip 4.) Compare and Contrast BCR
Materials: All necessary worksheets; PowerPoint & projector
Opening: Students will enter the room and the following drill prompt will be on the board, “What caused the French Revolution?” Students will be given 5-7 minutes to complete their daily tracking sheets and answer the drill question. Students will then be called back together as a class and I will ask for volunteers to explain and share out their answer. After hearing from various students, I will explain to them that today we are going to continue our study of the French Revolution, which we will look at for the remainder of the week.
INM: I will distribute a reading packet with a series of questions that outlines the events of the French Revolution. Students may work in groups in order to complete this packet and I will collect it at the end of the day.
GP: Students will receive a timeline of major events that occurred during the French Revolution. Students will be directed to construct a comic strip detailing six of the most important events during the French Revolution. Students should complete this independently and defend these choices. This will be collected for a grade.
IP: Students will complete a BCR in which they complete a BCR and compare and contrast the French and American Revolutions. This will be due tomorrow at the beginning of class.
Closing: If time allows, students will share out the answers to their independent practice.
Rigor: Students are working with primary sources.
Engagement: Students are working in groups.
Interventions: Students receive peer and teacher support to be successful on assigned tasks.
Modified: AG: visual cues, graphic/visual organizers, extended time, frequent breaks, reduced distractions, adjusted workload.
KA: visual cues, graphic/visual organizers, extended time, frequent breaks, reduced distractions, adjusted workload.