Today, we will continue working with the concept map you developed. We will turn the conceptual relationships you identified into statements. You will list these statements and decide on 1 statement you want to focus on. You will use this statement as a topic. You will then write 1-2 paragraphs on this topic and post it to SeeSaw. This is a journaling/free-writing exercise to demonstrate your understanding of the concepts. Please do not use your notes for this.
Use the following Conceptual Understanding Rubric to guide the depth and details you include in your writing.
What causes a revolution?
There are several factors that may lead to a revolution--rarely is there only 1 cause. Often there are underlying factors.
Consider the story of Alphonse the Camel -- was this not true for poor Alphonse's death? Revolutions are similar...it is not always caused by the final straw.
Let's take a look at a modern-day revolution to see how it began and what underlying factors may have been present that contributed to the start:
HW: Read Human Story CH. 13
Read The Human Story, Chapter 13. Take notes on some of the revolutionary changes it addresses (hint: there are several revolutions mentioned in this chapter). Use the guiding questions to decide what is worth taking notes on.
Remember, only take notes on information that helps you answer the questions.
Mrs. Stewart's Course
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