Presentation on theme: "How would you change an unjust government?"— Presentation transcript:
1 How would you change an unjust government? The French RevolutionName______________________ Hr._____How would you change an unjust government?
2 Governments of the French Revolution Time1774 – 17941789 – 179117911792 – 17951795 – 1799GovernmentMonarchy-King Louis XVIEstates GeneralNational Assembly-1st, 2nd, mostly 3rdEstate membersLegislative Assembly-ConstitutionalNational Convention-First Republic-Constitution 1793Directory-5 person leadershipNapoleon-First Consul-Dictator (coup d’etat)-Emperor (1804)Actions*Problems…Hunger and Taxation*Declaration of Rights of Man*Tennis Court Oath*Constitution of 1791*Granted Bourgeoisie more Power*Executed King Louis XVI*Committee of Public Safety*Reign of Terror… Robespierre*Abolished slavery in Colonies*Became corrupt*Did not work*Napoleonic Code*Napoleonic Warfare*Nationalism*Concordat
3 French Revolution Learning Targets Directions: write a number from 1-10 in the box that indicates how comfortable you feel with the learning target. A 1 means that you don’t know it at all, while a 10 means that you will feel comfortable teaching this to a class. In addition, use the space to write any notes and/or answer each question.I can describe the long-term causes of the French Revolution:Social and Economic injustices of the Old RegimeEnlightenment ideas of liberty and equalityExample of the American RevolutionI can describe the immediate causes of the French Revolution:Economic crisis- famine and government debtDiscontent of the 3rd EstateI can explain how the French Revolution transformed Frances’ government from a constitutional monarchy to a despotism:Fall of the BastilleThe meeting of the Estates GeneralThe National Assembly and the Tennis Court OathThe Declaration of the Rights of Man and CitizenThe Formation of the Legislative Assembly and the Constitution of 1791Rise of the JacobinsI can describe the immediate effects of the French RevolutionExecution of Louis XVIFrance goes to warThe Committee of Public Safety and the Reign of TerrorThe rise of NapoleonNapoleonic WarsI can describe the long-term effects of the French Revolution:Congress of ViennaSpread of Enlightenment ideasGrowth of nationalismRevolutions in Latin America
5 Economic troubles p. 218, 219The Forces of ChangeDescribe the factors that were moving the French people closer to revolution prior to 1789Enlightenment Ideas p. 218A Weak Leader, p. 219
6 The Revolution Begins The Tennis Court Oath- p. 220 Who did it? What was it?Why was it important?Storming the Bastille- pagesWho did it?What was it?Why was it important?The Revolution BeginsThe Great Fear- p. 221Who did it?What was it?Why was it important?
7 Complete the mind map using information on pages 222-224 in your text.
8 The Radical Revolution The Girondists22.214.171.124.5.The Jacobins126.96.36.199.5.The Radical RevolutionUsing the Radical Revolution handout, for each group explain the following:Who were they?How did they come into power?What did they want?How did they go about getting what they wanted?Who replaced them and how?Committee of Public Safety188.8.131.52.5.The Sans-culottes184.108.40.206.5.
9 Complete the chart using the information in the Napoleon handout and you book on pp. 229-237.
10 The Congress of ViennaWhat countries and leaders were represented at the Congress?How did the European powers plan to encircle France? Pp-How did the European powers plan to balance the power? p. 239How did the European powers plan to restore “legitimate monarchs to power? p. 239