Standard #: SS.912.W.5.5


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Analyze the extent to which the Enlightenment impacted the American and French Revolutions.


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Related Access Points

Access Point Number Access Point Title
SS.912.W.5.In.e Identify ways the Enlightenment influenced development in the Western World, such as the spread of democracy and equality in politics and religious freedom.
SS.912.W.5.Su.e Recognize a way the Enlightenment influenced development in the Western World, such as the spread of democracy and equality in politics or religious freedom.
SS.912.W.5.Pa.e Recognize an example of equality and freedom.


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Lesson Plan

Name Description
Analyzing French Revolution Documents

This lesson will expose students to a collection of primary and secondary sources from the French Revolution. Students will analyze a cartoon, a letter, governing documents and charts. As a culminating assignment, students will draft a one-page long response linking the documents to the events of the French Revolution.

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