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Lead up to the French Revolution. “Think it Through”. Instructions . Each slide will ask you a question where you have to use knowledge we have already learned to figure out the answer. Once a question is asked, you will be given a moment to “think it through”

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Lead up to the french revolution

Lead up to the French Revolution

“Think it Through”


Instructions
Instructions

  • Each slide will ask you a question where you have to use knowledge we have already learned to figure out the answer.

  • Once a question is asked, you will be given a moment to “think it through”

  • Once the moment is over, the next slide will show what actually happens

  • Keep track of how many questions you are able to answer correctly

  • Each answer will be discussed in more detail after this activity is complete



  • The economic crisis Estates-General?

    • Caused by financial mismanagement, food shortage

  • Increase in the rise of bread

  • The First and Second Estate rejects the idea of being taxed

  • The Estates-General is called to solve this issue



  • Vote by Bloc the issue?

  • Third Estate wants to Vote by Head so that their larger group is given better representation in the vote (because otherwise, the First and Second Estate will just vote together, making the Third Estate’s vote null)







  • TENNIS COURT OATH advice of the nobles)

  • They met in the indoor tennis court and vowed to establish a constitution for France. They refused to leave until this was achieved



  • Louis XVI had to give in (there were too many of them) advice of the nobles)

  • Nobility, Clergy, and Everyone Else formed the National Assembly

  • First victory for the Bourgeoisie in the French Revolution

  • Louis XVI sent military to Versailles to maintain order and provide protection


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