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Vladimir Lenin:
Voice of Revolution
 
Free Printable Note-taking Worksheet for Students Watching "Vladimir Lenin: Voice of Revolution," Part of Biography's International Profile Documentary Film Series
 
 
This note-taking sheet follows along with the film in chronological order.  Names and terms are written (which means that students will not be asking how to spell names such as Krupskaya).  Knowing that these are the important names and terms to listen for, students then use the available space to jot down their own notes.  This sheet can be returned to the teacher at the end of class, used as a study sheet, as well as used as a "cheat sheet" to facilitate classroom discussion of the documentary.  The sheet prints as two pages, or as both sides of a single sheet. 

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