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Gator Jeopardy The Enlightenment Louis XVIThe Reign of Terror NapoleonIndustrial Revolution
This thinker said life in nature is nasty, brutal and short? The Enlightenment – 20 points
Perhaps the most important Enlightenment thinkers. His notion of Deism inspired Robespierre. The Enlightenment – 40 points
What was Locke’s idea that humans learn from experience? The Enlightenment – 60 points
This thinker is known as the father of rationalism? The Enlightenment – 80 points
Which thinker was the most influential to the framers of the American Constitution? The Enlightenment – 100 points
The Palace of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette was known as? Louis XVI – 20 points
What was the most famous quote the Queen of France never said? Louis XVI – 40 points
What was the name of the legislative body Louis was forced to convene for the first time since 1614? Louis XVI – 60 points
How did the mini ice age that occurred in the late 1700’s contribute to fall of the monarchy in France? Louis XVI – 80 points
What year of Louis XVI beheaded? Louis XVI – 100 points
Who was the head of the Committee of Public Safety? The Reign of Terror – 20 points
Which body of government was given the right to make laws by the Constitution of 1791? The Reign of Terror – 40 points
The great propagandist who became the martyr of France? The Reign of Terror – 60 points
Which group seized control from the Legislative Assembly? The Reign of Terror – 80 points
What did Robespierre call his new republic? The Reign of Terror – 100 points
What is the great irony about Napoleon’s birth? Napoleon – 20 points
Where was Napoleon born? Napoleon – 40 points
Napoleon’s most glorious battle was fought against the British under a historical back- drop. Napoleon – 60 points
Who was Napoleon’s 2 nd wife… after Josephine failed to produce an heir. Napoleon – 80 points
How did Napoleon lose the battle of Waterloo? Napoleon – 100 points
The first industry affected by the Industrial Revolution. Industrial Revolution – 20 points
Who hosted the Congress of Vienna? Industrial Revolution – 40 points
What is Conservatism in 1815? Industrial Revolution – 60 points
The new method to make iron ore more pure is called what? Industrial Revolution – 80 points
What was the purpose of the Concert of Europe? (it failed) Industrial Revolution – 100 points
French Gov’t Reign of Terror Louis et Marie Napoleon C’est la guerre! JEOPARDY.
Jeopardy Enlightenment Ideas The Revolution Potpourri $100 $200 $300 $400 $ $100 $200 $300 $300 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 Final Jeopardy People of.
POP QUIZ! 1) Invaded Russia 2)Created a Republic 3)Contributed to the American Revolution 4)Called the Estates-General 5)Led the National Assembly 6)Created.
For French Revolution - Congress of Vienna. 1 st Quarter 1. Which estate made up 96-97% of France? 2. The price of what food item led to major rioting.
The Estates Liberte`, Egalite` Fraternite` Government.
THIS IS With Host... Your Causes of the French Revolution French Revolution I French Revolution II Napoleon Congress of Vienna.
French Revolution Fever Model. Order Place each of the following in CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER!!!!! Decide which events belong in the incubation phase, symptomatic,
Enlightenment French Rev People French Rev Ideas &
Chapter 6 The French Revolution and Napoleon. General Causes Large gap between the rich and the poor Heavy tax burden on the Third Estate Large.
THE FRENCH REVOLUTION. Napoleon Bonaparte crossing the Great Saint Bernard pass in Painting, Jacques Louis David. The French Revolution establishes.
World HistoryWorld History Have out your bell work and spiral. Test Friday over Enlightenment, American and French Revolutions.
A Review of The French Revolution. Estate System Who makes up the 3 estates in France? 1 st Estate: Clergy 2 nd Estate: Nobles 3 rd Estate: Majority of.
The French Revolution s France Background 24,000,000 citizens – most in Europe Political and social order dating back to the Middle Ages.
Jeopardy EnlightenmentAbsolute Monarchy and Glorious Revolution American Revolution French Revolution Napoleon and Congress of Vienna
Chapter 19, Section 1 S E C T I O N 1 On the Eve of Revolution French society consisted of three social classes: the clergy, or First Estate; the nobility,
The French Revolution – part 2 (Ch. 7, Sec. 2) 1. France Declares War on Austria & Prussia 2. Legislative Assembly Took Control 3. France’s Reign of Terror.
Chapter 23: The French Revolution 1700’s France was now the leading county of Europe Center of Enlightenment Problems People were divided into three classes.
Warm-Up What is something that would inspire you to start a revolution?? Response must be in a complete sentence: “_______ would inspire me to start a.
Thumbs Up=True Thumbs Down=False Pre-Assessment French Revolution & Napoleon.
RADICAL DAYS Of The REVOLUTION By: Scott Craig. Monarchy is Abolished September Massacres The French were losing wars abroad which lead to heightened.
FRENCH REVOLUTION JEOPARDY Unit 1 Review. JEOPARDY The Road to Revolution The Revolution & Constitutional Monarchy The TerrorNapoleon’s Empire Grab Bag!
Rules to Jeopardy Pick one person to speak for your group Round Robin Format – You get it wrong the next group can steal If you steal and get the question.
World History Review: Age of Revolution. ____________________ beheaded during the English Civil War, but his son____________________would regain throne.
The Reign of Terror. Louis XVI tries to RUN Louis XVI tries to ESCAPE to Austria –June 1791, he is caught and put under house arrest Legislative Assembly.
Tuesday 2/18: Reign of Terror Objective: Understand the events leading to the Reign of Terror Bell Work Determine whether or not you believe Illinois should.
The French Revolution and Napoleon ( ) Chapter 7.
French Revolution. Causes of the Revolution Inequality –Old Order First Estate Second Estate Third Estate Enlightenment Ideas Financial Crisis –Drought.
Quarter One Assessment Study Guide. What 3 ideas from monotheistic religions helped shape democracy? The duty of the individual and the community to combat.
Political Revolutions Review The Enlightenment The American Revolution The French Revolution The Reign of Terror Napoleon The Haitian Revolution.
GLOBAL III 12/1/15 Topic: French Revolution Essential Question: What caused the French Revolution? ( ) DO NOW: Explain one way the Enlightenment.
Jeopardy! 1789 Estates General Anything Goes PoliticsNapoleon Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy The.
October 2, 2012 Drill: What feeling did the Congress of Vienna fear would rise in the French? Agenda 1.Drill 2.Unit Breakdown 3.Bingo The Beatles answer.
THE END OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION THE REIGN OF TERROR AND NAPOLEON.
Click to begin. Make your wager Draw the Multi-Flow Map and fill it in. Corrupt leadership 3 rd Estate resentment of the 1 st & 2 nd Estates Enlightenment.
Powerpoint Jeopardy Category 1Category 2Category 3Category 4Category
JEOPARDY REVIEW A Terms B People C Documents D Miscellaneous E The French Government FJ.
Revolutions English, American, French, Napoleon. English Revolution Origins: Issues of succession from Henry VIII/Mary/Elizabeth and Mary Queen of Scots.
JEOPARDY The French Revolution and Napoleon Napoleon.
American and French Revolutions Review Mr. Braff.
MAP OF WESTERN EUROPE 3 ESTATES LIFE FOR THE POOREST OF THE 3 RD ESTATE.
REVIEW TIME WORLD HISTORY: CHAPTER 12. WHAT GROUP OF PHILOSOPHERS ENCOURAGED FREEDOM AND LIBERTY FOR PEOPLE?
COMPARE AND CONTRAST THE GLORIOUS REVOLUTION OF ENGLAND, THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, AND THE FRENCH REVOLUTION AND THEIR ENDURING EFFECTS WORLDWIDE ON THE.
*Which American was most influenced by Locke’s ideas? *What was the major impact of the American Revolution on Europe?
Radical revolutionaries, supported by Paris crowds, took control of the Assembly in 1792 These radicals ended the monarchy, made France a republic, and.
Radical Days of the Revolution. The Engine of Terror Witness History Audio.
Timeline of the French Revolution Louis XVI takes the throne at the age of 19. Well Intentioned but weak leader who was often dominated by his wife,
“Liberty, equality, fraternity” Picture: Storming of Bastille; July 14, 1789.
Welcome! The Topic For Today Is…. French Revolution Pre-RevolutionMove to Radicalism Reign of TerrorNapoleonPotpourri Bonus Question:
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