1. Fill in the chart with a description of France.
3. How was land owned? How did this affect farming?
4. Draw a small pyramid and label it to illustrate how French society was organized.
6. What was Paris like as a city?
7. In what ways was France not a unified country?
8. Fill in the chart to show what life was like for the majority of the French people.
2. How did he try to show his own importance?
3. How were his actions bad for France?
4. Why was Louis XVI probably not a good choice to be king?
5. What problems existed in France in the following areas?
6. How was Marie Antoinette a bad queen in the following areas?
7. Who were the philosophes? What type of ideas did they have?
8. What did each of these three philosophes believe?
b) How did Louis XVI respond to these problems?
2. a) What was the Estates General? What were the three estates?
b) Why did the Third Estate not have more power?
c) Why did Louis XVI call the Estates General?
3. a) What was the National Assembly? What was their goal?
b) What was the Tennis Court Oath and what result did it have?
4. a) Why did the people of Paris attack the Bastille?
b) What results did this attack have?
5. What was the Great Fear? Why did it spread so quickly?
6. a) What laws did the National Assembly make on August 4, 1789?
b) Why were the people not impressed by these new laws?
c) What did the march on Versailles accomplish?
7. What did the National Assembly do in the following areas?
8. Why did the royal family try to flee? Why was it a bad idea?