unit iv: Enlightenment, French Revolution, and Napoleon
The French Revolution proved to be a watershed event in Western history, as the ideals of the revolution influenced and guided other European countries' governments and societies. Old regimes of Europe fell, political boundaries changed, and people challenged the authority of traditional rulers. Following the ideals of the French Revolution, reforms took place, constitutions were written, and new laws arose. Revolutionary ideas met opposition, and conservatives and reactionaries fought back by working to prevent revolution and to restore traditional rulers. pearson
Summary of the French Revolution: John Green provides a summary of the French Revolution
Napoleon Domestic Policy: A good summary of the Napoleonic Code and other domestic policies put in place during the reign of Napoleon.
French Revolution Fact Monster: All the facts of the Revolution in one place!
Exploring the French Revolution: A great site with something for everybody. Explore for hours!
PBS French Revolution: PBS site provides a nice summary of the Revolution.
World History: French Revolution
World History: Napoleon
Autocracy v. Democracy
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Lesson 1: The Enlightenment Chart
Activity: Enlightenment Study Flash Cards
Lesson 2: The French Revolution Class Notes
Lesson 3: French Revolution WebQuest
Lesson 4: Napoleon Notes
Review the Causes of the Revolution: Causes of the French Rev recap:
Governments of the Revolution Chart: From Government to Government
Key French Revolution Terms: Terms to Know in the French Revolution
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Enlightenment Quotes and Books
Causes of the French Revolution: "Hunger and Anger"
PowerPoint Presentation 1:Governments of the French Revolution PPT
PowerPoint Presentation 2: French Revolution PPT
French Revolution Test Review Sheet