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Keep your Head! Pick the right side? The French Revolution World History Grade 10 Ms. Matzan Lesson Plan
Table of Contents King Louis calling the General- Estates King Louis calling the General- Estates The First Estate The Second Estate The Third Estate The Estates-General Meets The Tennis Court Oath The Storming of the Bastille Keep your Head quiz
When King Louis XVI called the General Estates to raise money to pay off the financial debt, what Estates did he call on? The First and Second Estate The Third Estate The Peasants Table of Contents
Correct!!! Now move on to the next question!
Sorry, try again! Food for thought! Did Marie Antoinette really say let them eat cake!?
Who was a part of the First Estate? The Clergy The Nobility The King The Peasants The Bourgeoisies Table of Contents
The First Estate represented The Clergy represented the top class, and were divided into the higher and lower clergy.5% of the total population Had to pay NO taxes Click here to learn more u/texts/cahiers1.html Click here to learn more u/texts/cahiers1.html Great now go on to the next question Great now go on to the next question
Oh no, try again! King Louis XVI Marie Antoinette
Who was a part of the Second Estate? The Clergy The Nobility The King The Peasant The Bourgeoisie Table of Contents
The Second Estate represented The Nobility, or any man who owned land Technically royalty Approximately 1.5% of population Did NOT have to pay ANY taxes Click here to learn more Click here to learn more Great now go to the next question
Nope, try again! Versailles
Who was a part of the Third Estate? The Clergy The Nobility The Peasants and Bourgeoisies Table of Contents
The Third Estate represents Divided up into two groups the rural and urban The rural represent the Peasants The urban represent the Bourgeoisie-the wage laborers 97% of the population Had little or no wealth but paid MOST of the taxes Click here to learn more /halsall/mod/sieyes.html Click here to learn more /halsall/mod/sieyes.html Now head to the next question! Now head to the next question!
Unfortunately no, try again! The Estates-General Meeting
The Estates-General Meets 5, May 1789 The matter at hand was Taxes The King intended for the Third Estate to be there as a Symbol, no power The Third Estate wanted to meet as one body, and vote per head Not being allowed to air their grievances, the Third Estate, now the National Assembly moved to the Tennis Court Continue Table of Contents
The Tennis Court Oath Locked out of the Estates-General, the National Assembly signed the Tennis Court Oath They agreed not to separate till there was a new constitution for France The King supported both sides at the same time The Estates-General no longer exist, as of 9, July 1789 the National Constituent Assembly consist of all equal men Click here to learn more ath.html Click here to learn more ath.html Continue Table of Contents
Storming the Bastille Table of Contents Off with your head quiz!
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