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Vive La Revolution By Antoinette Bernard
Where did it all begin? In 1789 King Louis XVI had called meeting of the Estates General in Versailles to get support for new taxes
Seeds of Revolution This meeting on taxes planted the seeds for the French revolution because the Nobles and Churches did not have to pay taxes
Change of Authority In June of 1789 commoners had enough and declared themselves a National Assembly
We have the Power After creating this National Assembly the commoners gave themselves the power to write an entirely new French Constitution
The Quiet before the Storm
BACKGROUND STRONGSTRONG THE SUN KING LOUIS XIV (14) Fine Tunes the ABSOLUTE MONARCHY Built a palace at VERSAILLES.
BACKGROUND The Seven Years’ War put France into an economic crisis. Their helping the U.S. with the American Revolution deepened their debt.
THE START of the FRENCH REVOLUTION Lesson #4.
Ready for the Regents?? Day 7. Get Going: If this class were going to take over power at BSA next week, describe how we might do this on Monday morning.
The French Revolution - background. France is ruled by a King Louis XVI – absolute monarch His wife, Marie- Antoinette (Austrian by birth)
The French Revolution Begins. The Privileged Estates.
French Revolution Review. Who said it? “I am well educated. I own a bakery in Paris, but I pay most of my income in taxes. I can hardly afford to feed.
Chapter 19, Part 1: Revolution in France. 1.How did each of the following contribute to the idea Revolution in France? A. The Three Estates 1. The First.
The French Revolution. Government Before the Revolution Old Regime Monarchy: Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette.
The French Revolution Begins. Calling the Estates-General Due to spending, Louis XVI forced to raise taxes on nobles. Second Estate was furious; called.
The French Revolution – The Beginning AIM: what were the causes of the French revolution? Do Now: Does the United State have an economic class system?
THE ESTATES-GENERAL TO THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY THE FRENCH REVOLUTION.
Notes: Chapter 12 Section 2 The National Assembly
French Revolution. France in 1700s Ruled by King Louis XVI An absolute monarch Divine right of Kings Rest of population split into 3 groups 1 st, 2 nd.
1 France is Falling French Revolution Unit Day 3.
The French Revolution Why did the people of France revolt against the Monarchy?
THE ESTATES GENERAL. BACKGROUND By 1787, France’s economy is in ruins for several reasons Lavish spending by Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette Poor taxing.
The Beginning of the French Revolution A.The Old Regime B.The Estates General C.The Storming of the Bastille D.The March on Versailles.
The main problem in France during the 1700s was inequality. E. Napp.
–Beginning of a new United States of America –Beginning of the French Revolution Differences in Revolutions Differences in Revolutions –French.
What caused the French Revolution?. Louis XIV vs. Louis XVI (14) (16) “Sun King” Ruled until he died at 77 Imperial wars, allied himself with local.
French revolution. Jean Baptist Colbert THREE ESTATES CLERGY, NOBILITY, THIRD ESTATE.
The French Revolution.
Social ClassesSocial Classes First Estate - Roman Catholic Church, less than 1% Second Estate - Rich Nobles, about 1% 1 st and 2 nd estates had.
Chapter 6 sections 1 & 2 Friday, December 6 th World History: Quiz on the French Revolution.
MAP OF WESTERN EUROPE 3 ESTATES LIFE FOR THE POOREST OF THE 3 RD ESTATE.
What is going on in France during the late 1700s?
Objective: Describe the French Revolution.
French Revolution 4 Problems in France Debt Food Shortages Inexperienced King Hated Queen King Louis XVI Marie Antoinette Storming of the Bastille This.
#20. French Revolution Warm Ups #21 #22 BACKGROUND STRONGSTRONG THE SUN KING LOUIS XIV (14) Fine Tunes the ABSOLUTE MONARCHY Built a palace at VERSAILLES.
Review Questions List 3 causes of the American Revolution. –Rank them according to influence.
By Royce Williams. Why did it start? Pg. 652 The French Revolution started because the Third Estate was being treated unfairly. They didn’t have any.
7.1 The French Revolution Begins Inequality leads to upheaval.
Key. Where did nobles live? Fine palaces paid for by taxes collected from the lower and middle classes What two countries did the French people.
E. Napp The French Revolution In this lesson, students will be able to define the following terms: The Three Estates The Estates General The National Assembly.
Chapter 12, section 2. Country in debt Food shortage Increase in population Monarchy = no voice from the people.
French Revolution -The Moderate Stage ( ) -The Radical Stage ( ) The Reign of terror -The Directory ( ) -The Age of Napoleon ( )
Bell Ringer In your journal, answer these prompts. Use full sentences and write for at least 5 minutes! 1. What do you think is the difference between.
The French Revolution Thurs Feb 13th Objectives: 1. Identify and describe the political organization of France under Louis XVI 2. Analyze the economic.
Chapter 19: The French Revolution and Napoleon Section 1: The Eve of the Revolution.
The French Revolution and Napoleon
The French Revolution Begins Inequality leads to upheaval.
The French Revolution 1.The Three Estates 2.National Assembly 3.Reign of Terror 4.Napoleon.
Key Terms – The French Revolution Estates General First Estate Second Estate Third Estate Louis XVI Tennis Court Oath National Assembly Bastille Day Declaration.
Do Now Assume your roles from Friday. I will assist you in where you will be for today. We will review the second part of the simulation. We will continue.
BW – Enlightenment Advertisement CW Notes CW 2 Video HW – Answer EQ, and How could enlightenment ideas inspire revolution? Give 3 examples. “All mankind...
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