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Aim: How did life in Czarist Russia? lead to the Russian Revolution?. Do Now: answer questions 1 – 3 on handout – The Russian Revolution. Russian Revolution Vocabulary. Czar – term for an autocratic ruler of Russia; Russian word for Caesar . (Domain specific)

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Aim how did life in czarist russia lead to the russian revolution

Aim: How did life in Czarist Russia? lead to the Russian Revolution?

Do Now: answer questions 1 – 3 on handout

– The Russian Revolution


Russian revolution vocabulary
Russian Revolution Vocabulary

  • Czar – term for an autocratic ruler of Russia; Russian word for Caesar. (Domain specific)

  • Czar Nicholas II – (1894 – 1917) – the last absolute ruler of Russia’s Romanov Dynasty. The entire Romanov family was executed during the Russian Revolution. (Domain specific)

  • Serfs – landless peasants who worked on the land of wealthy landowners. (Domain Specific)

  • KGB – Russian secret police, used brutal force to crush any opposition to the Czar. (Domain Specific)


Activity
Activity:

  • Read the play

  • Highlight or underline any important information

  • Answer questions # 1 – 10 on the worksheet



F s q in your notebooks
F. S. Q. – in your notebooks

  • Choose 1 of the 3 characters from the play. In 2 – 3 FULL SENTENCES explain what their life was like…