10.2 4. Explain how the ideology of the French Revolution led France to develop from constitutional monarchy to democratic despotism to the Napoleonic empire.

 

*If you plagiarize (copy from another source) you will receive a failing grade.

 

The 3 Estates:

 Compare and contrast the three Estates (explain each Estate in 2 or more sentences each. Explain which 2 Estates were most similar to one another and why, and which 2 Estates were most different from each other and why).

 

6 sentences or more

Oath of Tennis Court

 

Explain what happened at the Estates General to the 3rd Estate that led to the Oath of the Tennis Court. Explain the Oath.

 

Explain what the Bastille was, what it was used for, and why the people destroyed it

 

6 sentences or more

Declaration of the Rights of Man

 

Read the Declaration of the Rights of Man, then summarize them in 3 sentences.

 

Chose two of the declarations and explain what they mean, in your own words. (4 sentences). Give examples.

Robespierre

 

Explain who Robespierre was and his role in the Revolution. Explain how his life ended and why

 

Explain what the Reign of Terror was, how many people were killed, why they were killed, and who was behind the killings

 

6 sentences

Explain the rise to power of Napoleon. Include his battles in Egypt and Russia, his coronation as emperor, his exile in Elba, and his comeback. Describe his final battle.

 

6 sentences

 

 

Vocabulary: copy and explain, IN YOUR OWN WORDS, each of the following words

Girondists, Jacobins, Directory, sans-culottes, guillotine, National Assembly, bourgeoisie, Thermidorean Reaction, Estate

Drawing of a person or thing or event of the French Revolution.

 

Drawing, not print out. No white, no stick people, no markers. Use colored pencils or crayons.

Drawing of a person or thing or event of the French Revolution.

 

Drawing, not print out. No white, no stick people, no markers. Use colored pencils or crayons.

Drawing of a person or thing or event of the French Revolution.

 

Drawing, not print out. No white, no stick people, no markers. Use colored pencils or crayons.

 


 

10.2 4. Explain how the ideology of the French Revolution led France to develop from constitutional monarchy to democratic despotism to the Napoleonic empire.

 

RUBRIC

 

The 3 Estates:

Explained each estate completely/partially/not at all

Compared two estates effectively/partially/not at all

Contrasted 2 estates effectively/partially/not at all

 

6 sentences/less than 6

 

Oath of Tennis Court

 

Explained what happened at the Estates General to the 3rd Estate. Explain the Oath.

 

Completely/partially/not at all

 

Explained what the Bastille was, what it was used for, and why the people destroyed it.

 

Completely/partially/not at all

 

6 sentences/less than 6

 

Declaration of the Rights of Man

 

Summarized DRM in 3 sentences. Good summary/satisfactory/needs improvement

 

Explained two of the declarations in 4 sentences. Give examples.

 

Complete explanations and examples/partial explanations/some points missing

Explained who Robespierre was and his role in the Revolution. Explained how his life ended and why. Complete explanation/partial/lacking

 

Explained what the Reign of Terror was, how many people were killed, why they were killed, and who was behind the killings.

 

Complete explanation/partial/lacking

 

6 sentences/less than 6

Explained the rise to power of Napoleon. Included his battles in Egypt and Russia, his coronation as emperor, his exile in Elba, and his comeback. Describe his final battle.

 

All parts explained completely/some parts explained partially/some or all parts missing

 

6 sentences/less than 6

 

 

Vocabulary: copy and explain, IN YOUR OWN WORDS, each of the following words

Girondists, Jacobins, Directory, sans-culottes, guillotine, National Assembly, bourgeoisie, Thermidorean Reaction, Estate

 

All words explained well/some plagiarized/some words incorrectly explained/some or all words copied, plagiarized or incorrectly explained

Drawing of a person or thing or event of the French Revolution.

 

Drawing, not print out. No white, no stick people, no markers. Use colored pencils or crayons.

 

Drawing well done and all directions followed.

One or more of the above criteria ignored.

Drawing of a person or thing or event of the French Revolution.

 

Drawing, not print out. No white, no stick people, no markers. Use colored pencils or crayons.

 

Drawing well done and all directions followed.

One or more of the above criteria ignored

 

Drawing of a person or thing or event of the French Revolution.

 

Drawing, not print out. No white, no stick people, no markers. Use colored pencils or crayons.

 

Drawing well done and all directions followed.

One or more of the above criteria ignored