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Maximilien Robespierre Biography Workbook
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|Maximilien Robespierre (1758-1794): Learn all about this famous leader of the Reign of Terror during the French Revolution. Thousands were sent to their deaths under Robespierre. The Reign of Terror did not end until Robespierre himself met his end on the guillotine.|
What is the Biography Workbook Series? The Biography Workbooks series offers mini-unit workbooks on important figures from history. Brief chunks of informative text are interspersed with questions (ranging from basic recall to critical thinking) and fun activities. Each workbook can be completed independently in as little as an afternoon.
This workbook, seventeen pages in length, serves as a perfect supplement to a student's study of the history of the French Revolution, and functions equally well as a stand-alone unit.
These popular workbooks are guaranteed to not only teach fascinating history, but to increase reading comprehension, vocabulary knowledge, and writing skills. Ideal for any student aged 12 and up--from a seventh-grade history buff to a high school-level AP History student. Click here to print. The answer key is below.
|Answer Key: 1. C - Louis XVI, 2. C - 9, 3. B - False, 4. 1789, 5. Answers will vary, 6. acknowledged, 7. characterized by goodwill, 8. treasurer, 9. predominant attitude, 10. something or someone that explains, 11. diatribes, 12. offered shelter to, 13. not open to dishonest practices, 14. righteous anger, 15. secure from violation, 16. unjust exercise of power, 17. monarch, 18. adverse comments or remarks, 19. rashness, 20. those who form theories, 21. C - Jacobins, 22. Answers will vary, 23. Girondists, 24. Merlin de Thionville, 25. A - asperity, 26. F - insurrections, 27. B - atrocious, 28. C - availed, 29. H - massacres, 30. J - opprobrium, 31. D - eloquent, 32. E - importuned, 33. I - nominal, 34. G - latter, 35. A - Danton, 36. January 16, 1793, 37. May 31, 1793, 38. Hebertistes, 39. Answers will vary, 40. Answers will vary, 41. A - True, 42. Answers will vary, but should include Robespierre's failure to swiftly silence his critics when he had the chance, 43. July 28, 1794, 44. Answers will vary.|
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