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Hi Year 12s! Hope you all had a wonderful and relaxing, yet productive, break. As I’m away this week, I’ve organised a ‘to do’ list of tasks that you have to complete. It is expected that these will be complete when I return during Week 2.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me on marie.nicole.n@edumail.vic.gov.au

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Essential question and success criteria

To do:

Monday 13th July

Essential question: What political crises occurred in France between 1788 and 1789 and how did these contribute to a revolutionary situation?

Success Criteria: 

Produce a detailed timeline outlining the key political crises in France between 1788 and 1789. You must refer to: material grievances, debate over the Estates-General and its effects, Abbe Sieyes' 'What is the Third Estate' and the pamphlet wars, the Tennis Court Oath, Ferment in Paris and the capture of the Bastille. 


You are to review chapters 6 and 7 of

Your textbook and construct a timeline featuring the following events in chronological order, with brief explanations:



Material grievances, debate over the Estates-General and its effects, Abbe Sieyes' 'What is the Third Estate' and the pamphlet wars, the Tennis Court Oath, Ferment in Paris and the capture of the Bastille

This is a flipbook entry. We will take photos of this and put it up on a class weebly when I get back.

Tuesday 14th July

Essential Question: Same as yesterday’s

Success Criteria:

-Work in groups to produce a class timeline in the form of PowerPoint presentations, explaining how political crisis in France from 1788-1789 developed into a revolutionary situation. Students must refer to: material grievances, debate over the Estates-General and its effects, Abbe Sieyes' 'What is the Third Estate' and the pamphlet wars, the Tennis Court Oath, Ferment in Paris and the capture of the Bastille. 

-Use evidence (statistics, quotes, specific dates and references) to support your arguments


-Divide yourselves into 6 groups of 2-3 people. There MUST be 6 groups.

-Each group will select one of the following topics:



  1. Material grievances (p p.60-62 of your textbook. Include a discussion of: food crisis, poor harvests, reveillon riots, popular movement learns to think politically, supports the Third Estate demand for voting by head)

  2. Debate over the Estates-General and its effects (p.63 of textbook. Include a discussion of: doubling the Third Estate, Necker’s indecision, Bourgeios Revolution, voting by head)

  3. Abbe Sieyes' 'What is the Third Estate' and the pamphlet wars (p64 –impact on changed political landscape)

  4. The Tennis Court Oath (p. 67)

  5. Ferment in Paris – events of July 1789 (p. 69-70)

  6. Capture of the Bastille (p.71-73)

Each group will now complete some detailed research into their event and will need to produce a PowerPoint presentation on it featuring:

-A flowchart of how the event led to a revolutionary situation (linking causes and effects)

-Specific evidence, such as quotes, statistics or specific references to pivotal dates and events

-Historians’ opinions of the significance of the event (use your textbook and see Alpha History’s ‘historiography’ page)

-You need to refer to at least 3 different sources in your presentation

If you finish early, read through chapters 7 and 8 and complete the focus and analysis questions



Wednesday 15th July

Essential Question: Same as yesterday’s

Success Criteria:

Take third of a page of notes on each political factor that led to a revolutionary situation in France by 1789



Continue working on your presentations

Ensure they are ready by 2.30pm

Present to the class between 2.30-3pm. The audience should be taking a third of a page of notes per factor/group

Homework: Read chapters 7 and 8 and complete the focus questions, analysis questions and definitions (in the chapter review)





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