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Jeopardy: Enlightenment and Revolution The Enlightenment The American Revolution France in Crisis The French Revolution The End of the Revolution Potpourri 10 20 30 40 50 60
10 Points This Enlightenment philosopher thought kings should rule because common people were to selfish and wicked to rule themselves.
20 Points This philosopher thought best way to keep people from gaining to much power was to separate government powers into three branches.
30 Points This philosopher didn’t believe in marriage and thought women could gain equality with men through education.
40 Points This philosopher believed that people could express the “general will” by voting but needed to be well educated.
50 Points This philosopher thought government should protect life, liberty, and property and if they didn’t people had the right to rise up in revolution.
60 Points This king of France, also known as the Sun King, believed in “divine right” and the absolute power of kings.
10 Points Because of this war, the British (United Kingdom) had to raise taxes on their American colonies.
20 Points This was the first direct tax placed on American colonists by the British Parliament in 1765 and affecting mostly paper goods.
30 Points These Towshend Acts raised taxes on a variety of goods including this popular beverage.
40 Points These allowed the British troops to search for smuggled goods without search warrants.
50 Points This colonial quote from James Otis expressed how colonists believed the king was violating common law and the tradition of the Magna Carta and English Bill of Rights.
60 Points The Declaration of Independence was written by this man to tell King George that the American colonists wanted a new government.
10 Points This religious estate included priests and bishops who were free from most taxes.
20 Points This estate though less than 4% of population, controlled about 20% of the land.
30 Points This estate paid nearly all the taxes and was still shut out from certain jobs and denied certain rights.
40 Points This portion of the Third Estate was the middle class in France and included banker, lawyers, and artisans.
50 Points One of the two wars the French fought against the British, leading to greater French debt.
60 Points This meeting of all three estates was called to solve France’s financial or economic problems.
10 Points This pamphlet by Emmanuel Sieyes made the argument that the 3 rd Estate didn’t need the other two.
20 Points At the Estates General, they were only given one vote even though they made up over 95% of the French population.
30 Points The members that broke away from the Third Estate and took their Tennis Court Oath gave their new lawmaking group this name.
40 Points The increasing costs of this played a part in the attack on the Bastille and the Women’s March on Versailles.
50 Points The National Assembly agreed on this set of rights for French citizens, including rights to free speech and freedom of religion.
60 Points The National Assembly eventually abolished these payments peasants owed to their nobles.
10 Points After the National Assembly passed this, Church land was taken away and clergy members were forced to take an oath to the nation.
20 Points After the Civil Constitution of the Clergy was passed the king and queen made a run for this country and former homeland of the queen.
30 Points These were the fashionable revolutionaries who attacked the Tuileries Palace (to get the king) and a Paris Prison to attack traitors.
40 Points This was the Political group that included Robespierre and voted to have the King executed.
50 Points This group of twelve was formed to fight off enemies of the revolution.
60 Points One thing the National Convention did to bring more nationalism to France.
10 Points Many of the ideas in the Declaration of Independence come from this British philosopher.
20 points A philosophe’s hangout… not a place to get your hair did.
30 Points “Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity” were demanded in this revolution.
40 Points This document argued that governments should protect “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”
50 Points The commoners like the bourgeoisie and peasants made up this estate.
60 Points This was the tax collected from the third estate by the clergy.
French Revolution Semester 2 – Day 124.
The French Revolution and Napoleon ( )
Objective: Describe the French Revolution.
Reasons for the French Revolution
Main Idea: Enlightenment ideas helped to bring about the American and French Revolutions. These revolutions and the documents they produced have inspired.
Essential Question Discuss the following questions with your neighbors and be prepared to share with the class: 1.What determines a person’s class in the.
10.2 Multiple Choice Exam Review
French Revolution Explain the connections among Enlightenment ideas and the French Revolution.
The French Revolution and NapoleonSection 1. The French Revolution and NapoleonSection 1 Main Idea Problems in French society led to a revolution, the.
The Revolution Begins Preview Starting Points Map
The French Revolution.
French Revolution Chapter 7.
The French Revolution Begins
The French Revolution and NapoleonSection 1. The French Revolution and NapoleonSection 1 Click the icon to play Listen to History audio. Click the icon.
The French Revolution Begins. The Privileged Estates.
The Grievances of the Estates
Revolution breaks out in France in 1789 – Many injustices existed in France before the Revolution.
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