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"The Traitor’s Smile" is a novel about a young French aristocrat named Eugenie de Boncoeur who has fled the scene of the French Revolution. I think other kids would like this book because of the well-developed characters in it and because its storyline is suspenseful.  Also, anyone who is interested in the French Revolution will find this novel to be an absolutely amazing read.  Review by Young Mensan Vivian C., age 12

The Traitor's Smile by Patricia Elliot (Sequel to The Pale Assassin)

The French Revolution: World History #29

The French Revolution And How It Changed The World

"The French Revolution was really about. a political system that made economic contractions hardest on the poor." Crash Course World History: The French Revolution. And I love hearing about the French Revolution. Shout out to the first women's march!

French Revolution - 32 French Revolution Task Cards with A

French Revolution - 32 French Revolution Task Cards with Answer Sheet

French Revolution - 32 French Revolution Task Cards with Answer Sheet - This 15 page French Revolution resource includes 32 task cards related to the major

Free {Storming the Bastille}French Revolution Game  #frenchrevolution #homeschool #ihsnet

For early finishers or possibly a Friday assignment Free {Storming the Bastille} French Revolution Game + game cards

It later transpired that the most probable reason why the hall was closed was that the royal household was still in mourning over the death of the Dauphin (the king's oldest son) ; political matters could not be conducted until the King had emerged from mourning. The oath is a contentious point in French political history, since pro-monarchists then and now characterize it as a duplicitous and hysterical over-reaction which  made capital out of a private tragedy in the royal family.

I enjoy the fact that this ASF is able to use a more logical branching system than the listing and intense detail you might find in a feature story.

Students will create a "What They Thought I Did" meme for Marie Antoinette . FUN ACTIVITY! Included with Download: 1. Marie Antoinette Meme Handout with filled in descriptors 2. Marie Antoinette an Meme Handout with the descriptors left blank 3. Example "What They Think I Do" meme for Teenagers 4. Student Directions 5. Additional meme examples and online meme generator link Key Words: French Revolution, 1st Estate, 2nd Estate, 3rd Estate, Bourgeoisie, Queen, nobility, France, World History

Marie Antoinette Meme Activity

Students will create a "What They Thought I Did" meme for Marie Antoinette .

A French navigator who explored the Saint Lawrence River, which allowed France to lay claim to lands that would become Canada.

Jacques Cartier

A French navigator who explored the Saint Lawrence River and the Great Lakes, which allowed France to lay claim to lands that would become Canada.

WHAAAAA?!?!?!?!?  Life. changing. (And if you remind me that the events of Les Mis took place after the Revolution, I will remind you in return that Javert was a staunch royalist and probably would have considered the pre-revolutionary laws the utmost standard of morality!)

If you remind me that the events of Les Mis took place after the Revolution, I will remind you in return that Javert was a staunch royalist and probably would have considered the pre-revolutionary laws the utmost standard of morality!

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