Monthly Archives: October 2012

Power and the Person Simulation: Detailed Handout & Rubric

Simulation Preparation and How to Create a Playbook Click the above link to access the detailed handout which contains: a) A description of the project b) Detailed outline of what to put in your playbook c) Answers to questions you … Continue reading

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Corruption in Tunisia…

Ben Ali family corruption

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Arab Spring: Interactive Timeline

Interactive Timeline: (from The Guardian)

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Arab Spring Worksheets and Preparation

The Arab Spring Worksheets

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French Revolution Video

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marie antoinette

Marie Antoinette was the wife of Louis XVI. She came from Australia when she was 14 to be wed. It was an act to join the two contries together. Lous XVI and her took several years to prduce a child … Continue reading

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Double Period Activity – 10/10/12

Exploring the Haitian Revolution: First search for a basic summary of the Haitian Revolution, and read it. Then click the link below: Haitian Revolution Scavenger Hunt

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Max Robespierr…

Max Robespierre was a french lawyer and polotician. He believed in his earlier years for equality among the people. He gathered with other such believers outside of a handball court in Versailles and vowed to keep meeting until things in the … Continue reading

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Charlotte Corday

   Charlotte Corday was an important figure in The French Revolution who was famous for killing Jean-Paul Marat. She believed that the Revolution was becoming to out of hand and wanted to end the deaths and bloody mobs. She thought by … Continue reading

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Maximilien Robespierre

Robespierre was an Enlightenment thinker whose displayed his ideas to the public, leading to the overthrowing and eventual execution of the King and Queen.  He made policies to protect the rights of the people of France, dubbing him the name of … Continue reading

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