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1 Overh{~ad Tr;w:',pare n cy I!!l Directions for Creating a Storybook About the French Revolution You and a partner will create an illustrated children's storybook that chronicles major events of the French Revolution and describes how the revolution contributed to the rise of democracy. It should be written in simple, clear language so that a lo-year-old could read and enjoy it Your storybook will contain ideas generated on Student Handout lab and will include these features: a. A visually appealing cover with an appropriate title. b. A brief introduction that describes the conditions in France in the late 1780s. c. Sections on each of these six events: the meeting of the Estates General, the Tennis Court Oath, the storming of the Bastille, the march on Versailles, the Reign of Terror, and the rise of Napoleon. d. Each section must contain 1) an illustration of the event, 2) thought or voice bubbles coming from characters in the illustration, 3) a summary describing how the event related to the French Revolution, 4) a brief explanation of whether the event represented a step toward democracy, and 5) use of all the vocabulary in the word banks that appear on Student Handout l.4b. e. A brief conclusion that explains how the events of the French Revolution contributed to the growth of democracy. f. Additional touches to make the storybook artistic and visually appealinguse of color, page numbers, additional visuals or graphics, and the like. Your storybooks may be designed with stapled or bound paper. WH-iO-I, Activity 4. Page 5

2 Advanced 9-1 Opts Proficient 7-8pts Basic 5-6pts Below Basic 3-4pts Far Below Basic 1-2 historically all areas covered great background introduction illustrations add to the story captions and descriptions are outstanding effort colorful and appropriate cover mostly historically all areas covered good background introduction illustrations add to the story captions and descriptions are above average effort colorful and appropriate cover mostly historically most areas covered good background introduction most illustrations add to the story most captions and descriptions are shows good effort appropriate cover some historical accuracy some areas covered basic background introduction few illustrations in the story few captions and descriptions are some effort evident appropriate cover barely historically few areas covered no background introduction no illustrations no captions and descriptions little effort no color and no cover

3 Meeting of the Estates General Louis XVI had problems. He called a meeting of the to raise money. The three estates were the (first estate), (second estate) and (third estate) 3 ideas to Include in story The Tennis Court Oath In June 1789the declared itself the and moved from Versailles to a in town. There the members swore an oath to until they wrote a new for The Storming of the Bastille Hundreds of hungry people in Paris stormed the medieval castle, the, on July 14, 1789 in search of gunpowder. As news of the storming of the Bastille spread, the throughout France started the French Revolution. The March on Versailles After months of shortages, seven thousand marched from Paris to to demand bread. The and promised to give the people bread, and accompanied them back to. They never returned to Versailles. The Reign of Terror Maximilien Robespierre set up special revolutionary to try people he did not. These courts executed people between 1792 and 1794 that became known as the. Even Robespierre was killed by the courts. The Coronation of Napoleon After the chaos of the Reign of Terror, ruled France as a and for 15 years ( ). He stopped revolutionary (like speech), but did keep some of the moderate reforms. Li t 3 ideas to include in story Li t 3 ideas to include in story Li t 3 ideas to include in story Li t 3 ideas to include in story Li t 3 ideas to include in story

4 Brainstorming Ideas for a Storybook About the French Revolution ii'4b\ look at the slide and add detail and color to thlslllusiration of the Meeting of the look at the slide and add detail and color to this illustration 01 the Tennis Court Estates General. Jot down Ideas for thought or voice bubbles you might use for Oath. Jot down Ideas for thought or voice bubbles you might use for any of the any of the people In the slide: people In the slide: ~~ list three key Ideas to Include In the summary of the Meeling of the Estates list three key Ideas to Include In the summary of the Tennis Court Oath: General: ~ list two ideas to Include In your explanallon of whether the Meeting of the List two Ideas to Include In your explanation of whether the Tennis Court Oath 9 Estates General contrlbuted,to the rise of democracy: contributed to the rise of democracy:» g ~ '< f ;.t' "" " 4. Determine how you will use the vocabulary from the word bank 10r this event: 4. Determine how you will use the vocabulary from the word bank for this event: '" financial crisis, vote by order, Third Estate pledge, National Assembly, Constitution of 1791

5 Elmm;"16m, t ".i'4s! Look al the slide and add detail and color to this Illustration of the Storming of the Bastille. Jot down Ideas for thought or voice bubbles you might use for any of the people In the slide: Look at the slide and add detail and color to this Illustration of the March on Versailles. Jot down Ideas for thought or voice bubbles you might use for any of the people In the slide: List throe key Ideas to Include In the summary of the March on Versailles: I ~ '?- > a. < Q.~ ;.,a ClO '" -..J List two Ideas to Include In your explanation of whether the Storming of the Bastille contributed to the rf~e of democracy: 4. Determine how you will use the vocabulary from the word bank for this event: July 14, 1789; prison; gunpowder; revolulfon list two Ideas to Include In your explanation of whether the March on Versailles contributed to the rise of democracy: 4. Determine how you will use the vocabulary from the word bank for this event: women, bread, paiace, promise

6 Look at the slide and add detail and color to this Illustration of the Reign of Terror. Jot down Ideas for thought or voice bubbles you might use for any of the people In the slide: Look at the slide and add detail and color to this Illustration of the Rise of Napoleon. Jot down Ideas for thought or voice bubbles you might use for any of the people In the slide: List three key Ideas to Include In the summary of the Reign of Terror: List three key Ideas to Include In the summary of the Rise of Napoleon: ~ LIst two Ideas to Include In your explanation of whether the Reign of Terror - contributed to the Ii se of democracy:? > a < Q LIst two Ideas to Include in your explanation of whether the Rise of Napoleon contributed to the rise of democracy:.."." t6 (> Determine how you will use the vocabulary from the word bank for this event: Robesplerre, guillotine, treason, republic 4. Detennlne how you will use the vocabulary from the word bank for this event: emperor, military success, reforms of the revo/utlon

7 Student Handout lib Illustrations of the Events of the French Revolution The Meeting of the Estates General The Tennis Court Oath The Storming of the Bastille WH-10-1, Activity 4, Page 9

8 Student Handout 1:1:8 The March on Versailles The Reign of Terror The Rise of Napoleon WH-l~l, Activity la, Page 10

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