World History 9B, Assignment Five, The World Turned Upside Down


Assignment Five
The World Turned Upside Down
Packet, Deadline TBA, 80 points

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What were the causes and effects of the Age of Revolutions?

Maximilien Robespierre

Maximilien Robespierre


Napoleon Bonaparte


From the beginning of the American Revolution in 1775 to 1848 the European nations were turned upside down. Revolutions surrounded the Atlantic.


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Essential questions

For a copy of the printed assignemnt, click here.

Special instructions

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Printed files

To open a copy of the printed assignment, click here.

Media files

To view the PowerPoint file we used in class at the start of this unit, click here.

To view the Power Point about European expansion into the New World, click here.

Click here to view the PowerPoint about the beginning of the French Revolution that we used in class.

Online files

Click on the following links to access the textbook pages shown.

542 - 597

If you want to read about the execution of the nuns, this is a pretty good link. (Remember, it was less than two weeks later that Robespierre himself would be dead.)

Here is an excellent timeline of the French Revolution. It partly focuses on Marie Antoinette, but contains some great overview stuff as well.

Click here to view the overview of the French Revolution we watched in class.

Click here for an introduction to Napoleon.

To view the Kahn Academy video about the Seven Years War, click here.


Sound files