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2014 French Revolution Role-Play
Liberty, Egality, Fraternity
- Exploring the French Revolution in Primary Documents
Social Causes of the Revolution
French Revolution Digital Archive
- Stanford University & the Bibliotheque Nationale de France (BnF)
2011 Unit Plan
TALONS Learners will be expected to produce the following
One introductory blog post
describes their role
in 17th century French society,
about what might be in store for them, and
connects ideas from the period to our modern society.
Two additional blog posts (
written in character
events discussed and presented in class.
Creatively present one of the events in the French Revolution Timeline – in character if possible.
Co-facilitate a class discussion of your quad’s Timeline Event on the day following your creative presentation.
Add a visual representation of your quad’s piece of the French Revolution Timeline to the TALONS Socials Mind Map and
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In character, leave at least three 100 word (minimum) comments on your classmates’ blogs.
Blog Post Criteria
The Storming of the Bastille
The King is Dead
The Reign of Terror
Ever since my return to Paris...
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