Teacher Introductory Power Point A series of images designed to get students thinking firstly about what the topic for study is going to be, and then highlighting some of the key issues surrounding it - in particular, what the central causes of the French Revolution were, how far it delivered on its promises in the period 1789-1799, and whether Napoleon betrayed or consolidated the spirit of the French Revolution.
Research and Presentation Task | Sample Presentation Students study some sample examiners' markschemes for questions relating to the causes of the French Revolution to analyse what appear to be the central factors identified.
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Keyword Checker: "What were the Causes of the French Revolution?
" Students can run their essay through this tool prior to handing it in (and the teacher can also do so in the marking phase) to provide a quick check of which key terminology has been used in the essay.
Picture Challenge: Key Events of the French Revolution Taken directly from the timeline, this quiz provides a series of key images relating to the period.
In teams, students have to correctly identify the event relating to each picture.
Model Essay: "What were the Causes of the French Revolution?
" (teacher password required) A sample essay which I wrote myself in timed conditions for the benefit of my students.