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Limited English Monarchy, Enlightenment and Scientific Revolution, The French Revolution; Chapters 5, 6, & 7. Mrs. Tucker World History Victor Valley High School. Vocabulary Front-Load – Frayer Method. Salon Neoclassical Despotism Ideology Estates Serf Philosophes Coup d’état

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Limited English Monarchy, Enlightenment and Scientific Revolution, The French Revolution; Chapters 5, 6, & 7

Mrs. Tucker

World History

Victor Valley High School

vocabulary front load frayer method
Vocabulary Front-Load – Frayer Method
  • Salon
  • Neoclassical
  • Despotism
  • Ideology
  • Estates
  • Serf
  • Philosophes
  • Coup d’état
  • Hundred Days
  • emigre
  • Sans-culotte
  • Jacobin
define the terms using the frayer method
Define the terms using the Frayer Method

Your Definition Draw picture/graphic

to recognize the term.

TERM

Example/Synonym/ Non-Example/Characteristics Antonyms

Non-Characteristics

salon
Salon

Events run by women

Where philosophers, artists

Scientists, and intellects met

To discuss idea;

Large gathering place Private or One-on-

to talk about ideas; One;

neoclassical
Neoclassical

Revival of ancient Greek

and Roman styles, usually

Art, architecture, and

Philosophy;

Modern renderings of Brand new styles

ancient styles;

despotism
Despotism

Ruler with absolute

Power, tyranny, control;

Tyranny Democracy

ideology
Ideology

doctrine, myth, or belief

that guides an individual,

Social movement, institution,

or class;

Creed, ideas, outlook no beliefs, skeptiam; atheism;

estates
Estates

Social classes in France

Before French Revolution;

1st Estate-Clergy, 2nd Estate-

Nobilty, andThird Estate-

Everyone else;

Class no defined class

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Serf

State of servitude to

A lord, attached to the

Land;

Slave Freeman

philosophes
Philosophes

French intellectual or

Social philosopher in

The 18th century;

Voltaire Louis XVI

Montesquieu Marie Antoinette

Rosseau Cardinal Louie deRohan

coup d tat
Coup d’état

Sudden seizure of

Political power in

A nation;

Big Win Forfeit, loss, surrender

hundred days
Hundred Days

The last 100 days of

Napoleon ending with

His defeat at Waterloo;

Last attempt; Giving Up without

Last hurrah; a fight;

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émigré

A person who leaves

His Native country for

Political Reasons;

Expatriate; refugee; Native; Nationalist;

sans culotte
Sans-culotte

Radical Parisian workers &

Shopkeepers_-wanted a

Greater voice in government,

Lower prices, & end to food

shortages;

Radical; Conservative;

jacobin
Jacobin

Members of the most

Radical group during

The French Revolution

Led by Robespierre and

Promoted Reign of Terror;

Extreme Radical Ultra Conservative;