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French Monuments By Molly Shulman. Centre Pompidou Modern art museum The most visited art museum in Paris Was built in 1972 to 1976 (25 years old) Features.

French Monuments By Molly Shulman Centre Pompidou Modern art museum The most visited art museum in Paris Was built in 1972 to 1976 (25 years old) Features the leading collection of modern and contemporary art Pompidou Map Paris, France Right Here! Opera de Paris Bastille Modern looking opera house Architectural design by Carlos Ott It’s a reminder to the Parisians to remember the July revolution in 1830/


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Netherlands, nationalism unleashed revolts against France. In the German states, leaders encouraged national loyalty among German speaking people to counter French influence. RESISTANCE IN SPAIN Spanish patriots conducted a campaign of guerrilla warfare, or hit and run raids, against the French. Small bands ambushed French supply trains or troops before melting into the country side. These attacks kept large numbers of French soldiers tied down in Spain, when Napoleon needed/


By jules France. Top 3 Paris Attractions 1. Eiffel Tower It is one of the worlds most famous monument in which millions of tourists climbed on each year.This.

France Top 3 Paris Attractions 1. Eiffel Tower It is one of the worlds most famous monument in which millions of tourists climbed on each year.This is why it is number one on the list. 2. Louvre Museum Louvre The famous museum which has a lot of paintings with the famous Mona Lisa of/. It is often called the garden of France because of the high quality of its herbs, fruit and vegetables. Salade nicoiseRatatouille French drinks France is very popular in food but also in drinks such as wine or champagne. there/


Napoleon’s Domestic Policy. Legacy While some people remember Napoleon for his conquests, many regard his domestic policy as his greatest legacy to France.

in France needed to consolidate the ideas of the revolution that began in 1789. The Bank of France Following the French Revolution, economic crises continued to exist in France. The country had a debt of 474 million francs. Napoleon recognized that economic reform was essential to help increase employment and restore confidence in the government’s ability to foster economic growth. Due to this, he created the Bank of France in January of 1800. Following the French/


Pre-AP World History Unit #6.  Emperor of China from 626 to 649; Under his command the Tang Dynasty reconquered northern and western lands that had been.

of rice a year.  In Southeast Asia’s river valleys and deltas and on its islands, many kingdoms had centuries of glory and left monuments of /of French kings that ruled France from 987 to 1328. *Phillip II (Philip Augustus) – King of France from 1180 to 1223 who defeated English armies in France, expanding French territory to include Normandy, Maine, Anjou and Aquitaine. In 843 the Carolingian Empire was divided into three sections. The west Frankish lands formed the core of the kingdom of France. In/


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the kings of France, became the shrine to the Emperor Napoleon I, since the return of his ashes to the monument in 1840. Today, the North West wing holds the Museum of the Army and various other rooms (Department of Museums, Cathedral, Church of Saint Louis,/des Arts et Techniques. The pavilion now houses the Maritime Museum and the Museum of French Monuments. Arc de Triomphe Place Charles de Gaulle, 75008 Paris In the center of Place Charles de Gaulle, commonly called "the Star“, stands the majestic and /


France. Culture When greeting, people usually shake hands and if you are close friends or relatives kiss on both cheeks. It is also important to use formal.

ène Delacroix? 2. What is the motto of france? 3. What is Indila’s real name? 4. What did the French give to USA? 5. How many times do the french kiss on the cheek while greeting? 6. What is the most recognized monument in France? 7. What was the former name of disneyland? 8. How many people visit the basilica of Notre-Dame during the year? Thanks for/


Year 6 School Journey France 2012 Monday 2 nd – Friday 6 th July.

Year 6 School Journey France 2012 Monday 2 nd – / Settle In Scrapheap Challenge (EA) Tuesday:Trip to Rouen (incl. Café visit) Visit to Cider Farm (TBC) Reportage Session 1 (EA) Itinerary Wednesday:Vimy Ridge – Monument & History Trip to Arras – Town Tour about French Revolution / Childs spending money (clearly labeled with childs name) Your Child: Packed lunch and plenty of snacks Refillable Water Bottle Back pack Comfortable clothing Camera Writing To Your Child Postcard/Letter: Kingswood Chateau De Chanterine/


Located in west central Portugal, in the region of Leiria and approximately 110 kilometers north of Lisbon, the small town of Fatima is one of the most.

longest and widest staircase in Europe.ItalianRomeItalyTrinità dei Monti The monumental stairway of 138 steps was built with French diplomat Étienne Gueffiers bequeathed funds of 20,000 scudi, in 1723–1725, linking the Bourbon Spanish Embassy to the Holy See, today still located in Palazzo Monaldeschi in the piazza below, with the Trinità dei Montim the church that was under the patronage of the Bourbon kings of France.scudiBourbonSpanish EmbassyHoly See/


The Tomb of the Unknowns (also known as the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, although it has never been officially named) is a monument dedicated.

structure. Liberty Island, c.10 acres, formerly Bedloes Island (renamed in 1956), was the former site of a quarantine station and harbor fortifications. The statue was proposed in 1865 to commemorate the alliance of France with the American colonies during the American Revolution. The statue was designed by the French sculptor F. A. Bartholdi in the form of a woman with an uplifted arm holding a torch. The/


French Culture Zoé Wozniak-Queffélec This course will be directly linked with the "introduction to Loire Valley chateaux" as it proposes an overwiew of.

, the students have to present a monument in front of the teachers Heritage, Luxury Goods and Creative Industries are a part of the French identity; they represent jewels of French culture abroad and are therefore part of the cultural diplomacy (soft diplomacy). Heritage, Luxury Goods and Creative Industries are a part of the French identity; they represent jewels of French culture abroad and are therefore part of the cultural diplomacy (soft diplomacy). This/


Gothic Architecture and Logo Design

individual examples are found in Germany in the middle of the 13th cent. in the facades of Bamberg, Strasbourg, and Naumbourg cathedrals, the last showing evidence of a powerfully realistic, wholly German style. In Italy the late 13th-century works of Giovanni Pisano (see Nicola Pisano) in Siena and Pistoia and of Lorenzo Maitani at Orvieto reflect the heightened expressiveness found in French Gothic art. Other Gothic Arts Monumental fresco painting was rare/


Welcome to Paris, France! The most romantic city in Europe

Cité in Paris, France, with its main entrance to the west. It is still used as a Roman Catholic cathedral and is the seat of the Archbishop of Paris. Notre Dame de Paris is widely considered one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture. Notre Dame translates as "Our Lady" from French. Arc de Triomphe The Arc de Triomphe is a monument in Paris that stands in the centre of the/


The Age of Napoleon In 1806 Napoleon Bonaparte, the emperor of France, commissioned the construction of the Arc de Triomphe as a monument to his victories.

emperor of France in 1804 and introduced changes that were supposed to unify the French people after the Revolution. Many of Napoleon’s ideas are still used in France today. Napoleon Bonaparte and the First French Empire Napoleon Bonaparte joined the military at age 16 (in 1785). He won some early battles and helped disperse crowds during the French Revolution (1791-1795). In 1796, he was made commander of the French army in Italy/


The World of French French-speaking Countries L’Albanie L’Algérie L’Andorre L’Arménie L’Autriche La Belgique Le Bénin La Bulgarie Le Burkina Faso.

twelfth and fourteenth centuries (1163-1345). Road distances in France are calculated on the basis of the "0 km" marked on the square in front of the cathedral. Basilica of Sacre-Coeur This Church was built by the National Assembly following the defeat in the Franco-Prussian war of 1870.The basilica was consecrated in 1919. http://www.paris-tourisme.com/monuments/index.html Open yourself to the world! Let/


“The Great War” “A war to end all wars” World War One: Basic Facts A monumental event of heavy artillery and trench fighting 37.5 million casualties.

SPIRIT German first assault, February 21, artillery bombardment, -five months of fighting causes -430,000 German dead -540,000 French dead -Germans bleed French white but, not to death and hurt there military in the end THEY SHALL NOT PASS FRENCH HOLD THE LINE. -FORCE GERMAN STALEMATE -CREATE PROBLEMS FOR GERMAN HIGH COMMAND Somme, France Tennenberg German army quickly isolates and destroys the Russian forces, at/


MARCKENS MARSEILLE French 2 Project. Palaces Chateau de Versaille When the château was built, Versailles was a country village. Chateau de Versailles.

who fought for France, particularly, during the Napoleonic Wars. It was erected in Paris, at Place de lÉtoile, also known as the Place Charles de Gaulle, in the 19th century. Napoleon I ordered the construction of the Arc de Triomphe to honor the Grande Armée which won the battle of Austerlitz in 1806. The monument was designed by a French architect Jean Chalgrin, in 1806. Its design/


French landmarks. The Arc de Triomphe Facts on the arch of triumph The arch was commissioned by Napoleon in 1806 to commemorate his victories, but he.

show in Paris Le Moulin Rouge is certainly the most famous cabaret of the World. Since Henri de Toulouse Lautrec, at the beginning of the twentieth century, le Moulin Rouge is one of the legendary monuments of Paris. Edith Piaf, Yves Montand, Ginger Rogers, Lisa Minnelli, Frank Sinatra are one of the world famous stars who came to Le Moulin Rouge. We cant neither forget the French Cancans/


Napoleon’s Domestic Policy. Legacy While some people remember Napoleon for his conquests, many regard his domestic policy as his greatest legacy to France.

conquests, many regard his domestic policy as his greatest legacy to France. Still in France today, institutions reflect the influence of Napoleon. His rule provided the stability in France needed to consolidate the ideas of the revolution that began in 1789. The Bank of France Following the French Revolution, economic crises continued to exist in France. ________________________________________ ________________________________________ Napoleon recognized that economic reform was essential to help increase/


Francophone Countries! By Ryan C and Laura C. Map of the countries that the official language that is French!

up to 32 degrees Celsius. Senegal are currently building a 160feet tall, bronze monument in Dakar, one of the main cities in Senegal. A whole 39 languages are spoken in Senegal. Arabic and French are the 2 official languages. Some of the other languages that are spoken are : 1 euro is worth 656 CFA francs. The weather is very hot over there. This week the weather is roasting/


La France  This activity was designed to share what you know about France with your classmates.  First, answer the following questions to the best of.

are typically “French.” 3.W rite what you think the word “nourriture” means in English. 4.W rite what you think is a similar word in English for “nourriture/France.  8.  8. Name one famous French mountain range and one famous French river. Le drapeau français   9. What is a drapeau?   10. What do the words bleu, blanc and rouge mean?   11. How has French culture influenced American culture? List as many examples as you can ofFrench- American connections.” (Consider food, music, fashion, monuments/


The Napoleonic Wars. The Napoleonic Wars were a series of conflicts fought between France under the leadership of Napoleon Bonaparte and a number of European.

in-Chief during the occupation of France and advocated a non- punitive peace deal. He organised loans to restore French finances and advised the withdrawal of troops after three years. He returned home in 1818 and became Prime Minister in 1828. Waterloo marked the end of/from Brussels, the inmates of which, alighting, proceeded to examine the field“. In 1820, the Netherlands King William I ordered the construction of a monument on the spot where it was believed his son, the Prince of Orange, had been wounded/


The Latin Quarter. During the Middle ages, Latin was the international language spoken in and around the University of La Sorbonne. This area then adapted.

of the cities oldest religious buildings Dates between 1165 and 1220 Saint-Nicolas-du-Chardonnet Roman catholic church: built in the 13 th century between 1656 and 1763. Built in/France, December 2005 http://www.google.com/imgres?q=la+sorbonne+in+paris&um=1&hl=en&safe=active&biw=1440&bih=719&tbm=isch&tbnid=ndOj6XaLsl777M:&imgrefurl=http://www.parisphotogallery.com/Paris/photos/monuments/ http://www.google.com/imgres?q=french+food&um=1&hl=en&safe=active&biw=1008&bih=576&tbs=/


Chapter 4 France. France Country name: French Republic, France Capital: Paris Location: Western Europe, bordering the Bay of Biscay and English Channel,

located on Montmartre, where is known for its many artists who have been omnipresent since 1880 Roman-Byzantype style basilica, stands in sharp contrast with other contemporary buildings in France (Romanesque style) built as moral condemnation of the signs of Paris which believed to be the cause of the defeat of the French army against Prussia in 1870 Musee d’Orsay former railway station (Gare d’Orsay) has one/


19 th Century continued… 19 th Century continued… Manet was a reluctant father of Impressionism. His followers, including Edgar Degas, Claude Monet, Auguste.

painter who lived and worked in France as an important member of the impressionist group. Mary Cassatt was an American born painter who lived and worked in France as an important member of the impressionist group. In Paris, her work attracted the attention of the French painter Edgar Degas, who invited her to exhibit with his fellow impressionists. In Paris, her work attracted the attention of the French painter Edgar Degas, who/


WORLD WAR II Part 2. BACKGROUND The U.S. was basically unprepared for war in December 1941. FDR had used the PWA (Public Works Administration) to build.

of the Great Depression –Science – atomic bomb, jets, rockets & medicine Internment Camps WAR IN THE PACIFIC Japanese pattern of aggression Japanese pattern of aggression –seizure of Korea in 1910 –attack on Chinese Manchuria in 1931 –attacks on the remainder of China in 1937 –attack on the French colony of Indochina in/dont." In 1954, Ira reluctantly attended the dedication of the Iwo Jima monument in Washington./ do you go? France – helped identify Jews for the Nazis – 95% died France – helped identify Jews/


The international promotion of the destination France Maison de la France structure, working, strategy.

Art de vivre Department  Club Châteaux-Musées-Monuments / Castels-Museums-Monuments  Club des Grandes Villes de France / Top French Cities  Groupe de travail « Tourisme Viti-vinicole »/of our actions to the press and of opinion relay, powerful prescribers to the general public. => Integration of similar targets Our markets’ approach  Strategy: « Europe »  Operating a direct promotion of French territories and cities on mature close markets  Encouranging customers to multiply their voyages to France, in/


France. Our country The name of our country is France.

3:Lyon 4:Toulouse 5:Nice Geography In France, there are mountains, seaside, hills, plains, islands, volcano. French president The French president is François Hollande. National anthem The national anthem is : «La Marseillaise». French symbols The French symbols are : the tricolour flag, the logotype, « la fleur de lys » France France is famous for : « la tour Eiffel », the french bread, the Beret, the french food, the french cheeses, the monuments,the history of France.


 4.01 First in Our Hearts  George Washington was a soldier. He had fought with the British in the French and Indian War.  Commander of the Continental.

terms for presidents.  D. Washington created a group of special advisors to the president called the Cabinet. Quiz Time! A. Washington asked Congress to build a monument in his honor.   Which statement best explains why /in Haiti. The El Cazador sank in the Gulf of Mexico.  B. The El Cazador sank in the Gulf of Mexico. The French cut off U.S. access to New Orleans. The slave rebellion began in Haiti.  C. The slave rebellion began in Haiti. The Spanish ceded the western lands to France. The Corps of/


ROMANIA : Dobrogea region City of Constanza This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects only the.

of archaeological monuments of the Graeco-Roman, witnesses of a rich and prosperous. Romania on track to host the largest wind farm in the province of Dobrogea (southeastern Romania). Terrain: hilly, flat side of the Danube on the approach of the Black Sea. The rear country: fields out of/ Nadia Comaneci in 1976 OLYMPICS summer, where she obtained the maximum score of 10. Rugby Union : Romania has often created problems for the XV of France. Football is also a popular sport in Romania. In the countrys sports/


 Provence is a region which have kept a lot of typical places, particularly in the countryside or old places. These places attract a lot of tourists.

600,000 visitors a year. It is one of the most visited monuments in France. The Popes Palace welcomes 600,000 visitors a year. It is one of the most visited monuments in France. LE FESTIVAL D’AVIGNON The Avignon Festival is an annual theater festival founded in 1947 by Jean Vilar. It takes place every summer in July in the courtyard of the Palace of the Popes. The Avignon Festival is an/


PARIS - France © loubette - Fotolia.com Arc de Triomphe and Champs-Elysées Stop over 1 Time difference : according to countries Public transport: widespread.

over 6 Saint Germain des Prés The Pantheon © jeancliclac- Fotolia.com © Nikitin Mikhail- Fotolia.com In the near neighborhood, you can admire the Pantheon, a monument that honors French personalities and recalls some important events of the history of France. It was originally a church dedicated to Sainte Genevieve. It will be deeply modified in the 18th century to become a secular place. The National Museum/


The Triumph of the Bourgeoisie 1830–1871 19. Triumph of the Bourgeoise 19-2 The “bourgeoisie" is a social class characterized by their ownership of capital,

with “blood and iron.” 19-8 Limited Reform in France and Great Britain France and Great Britain saw limited reform. Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte, the nephew of the French emperor, became Napoleon III by appealing to both the bourgeoisie and the working class. France and Great Britain saw limited reform. Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte, the nephew of the French emperor, became Napoleon III by appealing to both the/


Le l’historie de France Le populations prehistoriques, l’art des cavernes, et des monuments du pierre` 1,500 BC 1200BC 59-52 BC Settlement by the Gauls.

France Le populations prehistoriques, l’art des cavernes, et des monuments du pierre` 1,500 BC 1200BC 59-52 BC Settlement by the Gauls (related to the Celts). Règlement par les Gaulois (liés aux Celtes). Conquest of Gaul by Julius Caesar and the beginning of/ victory at Slury in 1340 and in 134 Creay and in 1415 but French drive them back in 1453 The deaths of duke in 1477 but the provence was wiling to be king of france in 1486 Then in 1491 Brittary was add to France Map of Gaul Picture of Gual and tribes /


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of Papeete, in the French island of Tahiti near the middle of the Pacific, 2000 miles from New Zealand. The one risk now remaining was that of meeting the German cruiser which had appeared in/four days and I did. He left Australia in early October and rejoined his battalion, now in France, on 10 December.  http://www.awm.gov.au/ Dictionary of Biography http://adb.anu.edu.au/ Biographies of Key People Politicians Military Monument Australia http://monumentaustralia.org.au/ “Last Man Last Shilling” Monument The/


The Cold War in Asia, China, Korea & Vietnam. Dean Acheson: United States Position on China (1949) Secretary of State under Truman Secretary of State.

people want & need American assistance Vietnamese Declaration of Independence, 1945 After the defeat of Japan in 1945, France, the old colonial power, tried to reclaim its colonies in Indochina - i.e. Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos. After the defeat of Japan in 1945, France, the old colonial power, tried to reclaim its colonies in Indochina - i.e. Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos. But France faced opposition, which it had been able to/


Monuments and memorials in the United States. Mount Rushmore Lincoln Memorial Statue of Liberty Washington Monument Gateway Arch.

March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. Statue of Liberty The Statue of Liberty (French: Statue de la Liberté), officially titled Liberty Enlightening the World (French: la Liberté éclairant le monde), dedicated on October 28, 1886, is a monument commemorating the centennial of the signing of the United States Declaration of Independence, given to the United States by the people of France to represent the friendship between the two countries/


A l a b a m a A l a b a m a. State of Alabama  Official Symbols and Emblems of Alabama  Coat of Arms The coat of arms consists of a shield, on which.

De Soto in search of gold.  The French were the first successful colonizers in Alabama, and in 1682 claimed Louisiana, which included Alabama. Early settlements were fortified trading posts along the Mobile River and included the initial French seat of government for the territory, but the Native Americans began to favor British traders who provided better quality products at a lower price. Great Britain and France fought a/


Survey of Art II Chapter 17 Fourteenth-Century Art in Europe.

gives instructions for oil-based painting in his treatise, On Divers Arts, written in 1125). Ambrogio Lorenzetti Effects of Good Government on the City Fresco in the Palazzo Publico (Siena, 1338-1340) Allegory of Good Government, Ambrogio Lorenzetti, fresco, c. 1338-1339, Palazzo Pubblico, Siena, Italy (Gothic-Early Renaissance). France Manuscript illumination was a favorite of French kings and high-ranking nobles. A French king, possibly Louis XI, sits/


Et 1. Dr. Bushra Sadiq Ph.D in Language Sciences, France M. Phil in Applied Linguistics, Sorbonne University, France Masters in Applied Linguistics, Sorbonne.

Ph.D in Language Sciences, France M. Phil in Applied Linguistics, Sorbonne University, France Masters in Applied Linguistics, Sorbonne University, France Masters in French language, literature, NUML, Pakistan Language teaching & translation/interpretation courses, France 2 ABOUT MYSELF EXPERIENCE Teacher of French Language, literature, linguistics, history, poetry (at all levels) Supervisor of PhD &MPhil students Teacher trainer (Pakistan, Jordan) Writer & Coordinator of an Online method “French Online/


COMPARISON AND CONTRAST 比较与对比 教学重点: 1 )比较与对比的段落的写作手法; 2 )常 用表达法和基本句型; 3 )连接词的运用。 教学难点:段落的两种结构方式。 教学内容: 1 Concepts of comparison and contrast 2 Strategies.

countries. The president of France lives in the heart of Paris, in the Elysees Palace. Likewise, the president of the United States has its meeting place in Washington, in the Capitol. Second, the two cities look similar. L’Enfant, the French engineer who designed Washington, was greatly influenced by the layout of the capital of France. For this reason, many of the buildings and monuments in Washington are symmetrically located in views of one another, just as/


Which African country is hosting 2015 Africa Cup of nations? Morocco.

. PRIMNM Commercial fishing and other resource extraction activities, such as deep sea mining, are banned in the Monument. In recognition of the importance of encouraging and supporting access to federally managed areas, recreational and traditional fishing that is consistent with the conservation goals of the Monument will continue to be allowed in the expanded Monument. PRIMNM The United States long ago used the Guano Islands Act to claim islands/


BELLWORK 1.Explain the Declaration of Independence. Purpose? Rights given to citizens? 2.Describe the military strategy used by the British. 3.Describe.

–A German-born French officer who served as Major-General –Commanded troops in MD & DE –Worked alongside Lafayette Washington and Lafayette at Valley Forge Lafayette Became a U.S. citizen For his accomplishments in the service of both France and the United States, he is known as "The Hero of the Two Worlds". In honor of his contributions to the American Revolution, many cities and monuments throughout the United/


Hills Community Centenary of ANZAC Committee Centenary of ANZAC 1914 -1915 This Site is under construction and will change in the future 1.

of Papeete, in the French island of Tahiti near the middle of the Pacific, 2000 miles from New Zealand. The one risk now remaining was that of meeting the German cruiser which had appeared in/four days and I did. He left Australia in early October and rejoined his battalion, now in France, on 10 December. http://www.awm.gov.au/ Dictionary of Biography http://adb.anu.edu.au/ Biographies of Key People -Politicians -Military Monument Australiahttp://monumentaustralia.org.au/“Last Man Last Shilling” Monument The /


Comenius project : Turning Ideas Into Actions (2013-2015) Mobility 5 : La Ville du Bois – France From 1st to 7th March 2015.

é” island. It ‘s one of the biggest symbol of Paris since it has been built. 1st rank of the most visited monuments in France. Cathédrale Notre Dame I- A Capital for Tourism It’s the famous basilica of Paris, a place of pilgrimage. It is onthe highest hill of Paris, called Montmartre. 2 nd rank of the most visited monuments in France. Basilique du Sacré Cœur Date of construction : from 1876 to/


Famous places in France 1. Paris: is the capital and most populous city of France. Situated on the Seine River, in the north of the country. Paris is the.

icon of France and one of the most recognizable structures in the world. b) The tower is the tallest structure in Paris and the most-visited paid monument in the world; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uL3vav zHlqw Where: The Palace of Versailles is in Versailles of France. What/ in the world. c) the cathedrals bells are also some of the most famous in all of Europe. five large bells that can be seen at Notre Dame, one of them weighs over 13 tons. Meaning of Notre Dame de Paris in French: "Our Lady of /


TEACHING AIDS 1.CD Provided With Textbook 2.French Map 3.Picture Of Monuments In France 4.Picture Of Professions 5.Picture Of Festivals 6.Picture.

2.French Map 3.Picture Of Monuments In France 4.Picture Of Professions 5.Picture Of Festivals 6.Picture Of Costumes 7.Picture Of Food ACTIVITIES’ PATTERN FA IFA IIFA IIIFA IV ACTIVITY INumber game 1-20 Family Tree (Holiday Homework) Name the different body parts Name the professions ACTIVITY IIPoem Recitation Describe your class-mate Complete the dialogue Identity Card ACTIVITY IIICross word puzzle Name the thingsMap Pointing of France/


The 4 th largest country of the world. Statue of Freedom Coat of Arms U.S.A. states It is called “The Stars and Stripes “ USA flag.

American history, including Presidential elections and deaths. The bell was first called the Liberty Bell in 1839. The Statue of Liberty is a huge sculpture that is located on Liberty Island in New York Harbor. This monument was a gift to the USA from the people of France in recognition of the French-American alliance during the American Revolution. The Statue pictures a woman who has escaping the chains/


Napoleon Bonaparte Thesis: Napoleon’s controversial time a leader of France generated exceptionally positive and extremely negative views about his influence.

Victories Monumental defeats Monumental defeats The Napoleon Debate: Hero or Tyrant The Napoleon Debate: Hero or Tyrant Background- France prior to Napoleon’s time as leader Chaos of French Revolution Chaos of French Revolution Reign of Terror Reign of Terror Feared return of King Feared return of King Weak leaders Weak leaders Early Life Born: August 15 th 1769 Island of Corsica Born: August 15 th 1769 Island of Corsica Attends military school in France/


Beginnings – c1900.  This Power Point is simply touching upon the most monumental issues pertaining to US History I, and highlighting the broad themes.

Point is simply touching upon the most monumental issues pertaining to US History I, and highlighting the broad themes that we will be delving into in greater detail later this year.  /of religious fervor.  French and Indian War: colonial extension of greater war between Britain and France (the Seven Years’ War).  Lasted from 1754-1763.  Britain vs. France, NOT France vs. Indians.  Ended with Treaty of Paris in 1763, Britain gained a sizeable amount of land: all of French Canada and French land east of/


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