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Name: Class: World History Period: 6th 0r 8th Compare and contrast the American and French Revolution using your prior knowledge and information below. Use the questions to guide your thinking and writingName: Class: World History Period: 6th 0r 8th Compare and contrast the American and French Revolution using your prior knowledge and information below. Use the questions to guide your thinking and writing
Name: Class: World History Period: 6th 0r 8th
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The United States and the French Revolution, 1789–1799The United States and the French Revolution, 1789–1799
Although it failed to achieve all of its goals and at times degenerated into a chaotic bloodbath, the movement played a critical role in shaping modern nations by showing the world the power inherent in the will of the people
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Federalists and RepublicansFederalists and Republicans
West. The new government faced special challenges in foreign affairs, including the War of 1812 with Great Britain. After the war, a spirit of nationalism took hold in American society
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Defining Revolution The Myth of SpeedDefining Revolution The Myth of Speed
Paris and the rural countryside, spontaneously rioted over a lack of food, political representation, and power. Or, consider more modern symbols of revolution: students stepped in front of Chinese tanks in Tiananmen Square
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One of the key moments in the spread of the Atlantic revolutions to Latin America and the Caribbean was the Haitian Rebellion (1791-1804)One of the key moments in the spread of the Atlantic revolutions to Latin America and the Caribbean was the Haitian Rebellion (1791-1804)
The Haitian Rebellion was inspired in large part by the American Revolution and caused directly by events related to the French Revolution
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8ss Reid – War 1812 Play8ss Reid – War 1812 Play
United States against the strong British kingdom, for a second time? Who would the Native Americans in North America side with in this clash of empires? We must look at the events that led up to the conflict and consider all sides to understand what
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God’s two witnesses revelation 11: 1-14God’s two witnesses revelation 11: 1-14
These were very powerful witnesses that were capable of stopping the rain or of smiting the earth with all plagues. Their story is compelling and providential
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Simulation ActivitySimulation Activity
France. … Now the victorious leaders gathered to restore the boundaries of Europe as they had existed before Napoleon’s conquest. – Krieger, Larry S., et al World History: Perspectives on the Past 1992 by D
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Meet the Author: Charles Dickens DirectionsMeet the Author: Charles Dickens Directions
Directions: Watch each film clip about Dickens. Answer the questions that are included in your packet for Station After you have watched both clips, discuss the question below with your group
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Regular Despots v. Enlightened DespotsRegular Despots v. Enlightened Despots
He shares privileges with other people who could be his subordinates, relatives or members of an elite group. In exchange, these people help the despot maintain his power
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Issues of the Early 1800’s Indicator 8 4Issues of the Early 1800’s Indicator 8 4
South Carolina on the issues that divided the nation in the early 1800s, including the assumption of state debts, the creation of a national bank
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The Scarlet Pimpernel Preview Packet Please read the information and answer the questions. Book SummaryThe Scarlet Pimpernel Preview Packet Please read the information and answer the questions. Book Summary
Name Date Period
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Chapter 8 Section 1 I. President WashingtonChapter 8 Section 1 I. President Washington
A. Although Washington thought he was going to retire to Mount Vernon after the war
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Homework – Napoleon – Adapted from Ch 20 Sect 5 – ags textbookHomework – Napoleon – Adapted from Ch 20 Sect 5 – ags textbook
France. When he was 16, he joined the king's army. The French Revolution began in 1789. At that time, Napoleon was a littleknown, lowlevel military officer. But he developed a new military tactic, or plan
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Chapter 23 Outline – The Industrialization of the West, 1760-1914 V. The Dawn of the Industrial Age, 1750-1914Chapter 23 Outline – The Industrialization of the West, 1760-1914 V. The Dawn of the Industrial Age, 1750-1914
Enlightenment ideas, such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau promoting democracy, began to spread through Europe in the mid-1700s, and posed a challenge to existing governments in Europe
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