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Sunday, October 18

  1. page French Revolution Ant Farm Diaries edited ... Diary #2 and 3 Assignment Your Diary Chart (links to your individual diaries page) AntFarmR…
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    Diary #2 and 3 Assignment
    Your Diary Chart (links to your individual diaries page)
    AntFarmRules
    Rules of the Ant Farm (READ THIS):
    No murdering other students' characters--you CAN murder other students' characters' relations.
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  2. page French Revolution Ant Farm Diaries edited ... You have to suffer the consequences of your actions in all following diaries. If you kill some…
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    You have to suffer the consequences of your actions in all following diaries. If you kill somebody in diary 1, it can't disappear in diary 2. Keep the story going.
    There should be a realistic, convincing reason for all actions you take. Take risks and show the tensions and madness of this period, yes; but be careful--don't be silly; be convincing.
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    # You
    You can always
    If you read something that bothers you, you privately inform the teacher. Your privacy will be protected.
    GradingRules
    Diary Grading Criteria:
    Credibility / Realism: Are your character's actions believable to the reader? Do we understand the reasons he/she does what she does?
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    * Historical
    Historical Accuracy: Do
    Include at least one detail (image or dialog) that shows the following factors in your character's life:
    social factors
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    cultural factors
    daily life
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    * Creativity:
    Creativity: Are your
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    images, drama?
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    Collaboration: Are you giving good feedback--based on the feedback questions--to your assigned peer review partners?
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    use the first-person narrative voice ("I").
    write as if you were writing in a diary or journal in 1788. Show images of the life of this time in France, as experienced by a person in the social class of your character. Give us glimpses of your character's environment and thoughts. Have them talk about, think about, or see people from other classes also. Make it realistic. Give your character voice and personality. Include at least one detail (image or dialog) that shows the following factors in your character's life:
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    ** social
    social factors
    political factors
    economic factors
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Sunday, October 21

  1. page home edited ... World History 9, Semester 2 OUTLINE/TEST REVIEW NOTES (thanks to A period) linked here. tes…
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    World History 9, Semester 2
    OUTLINE/TEST REVIEW NOTES (thanks to A period) linked here.
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    # Unit
    Unit Plans (incl.
    Class Calendar (unit and lesson plans)
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    # Technology
    Technology in the
    Tutorials
    Video Tutorials
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    French Revolution and Napoleon
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    Class Calendar
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Tuesday, June 5

  1. page Third Estate Social Factors--Stacy edited {change the world222.swf} The social structure of the third estate of the French society was m…
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    The social structure of the third estate of the French society was made up of everybody else out of the first and second estate, the middle classes bourgeoisie, and lower class peasantry. The whole estate consisted a population over 25 million individuals, and inside, the peasantry consisted at least twenty one million individuals itself.
    The bourgeoisies which consisted merchants, manufacturers, bankers, doctors, lawyers had wealth, but not as much as the upper class. Therefore they tried to increase their values by imitating them. They achieved these by becoming land owners, and collecting taxes from the peasantries. Though they were increasing their power, the aristocracy and the upper class blocked them from obtaining more power since the aristocracy’s job was to place everybody in their “right” place in society.
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