Lesson Plan | French Revolution

We have created a role-play lesson plan to help students understand the concept of freedom and the reason for the French Revolution. The lesson plan takes students back in time, to the year 1989, where they are members of an estate and live under the rule of King Louis XVI.

We are the freedom generation; we were born in a country that was free from the rules of maharajahs and monarchs. The generation today, often takes the concept of freedom for granted, it’s also because we don’t know what it feels like to have our freedom taken away by a monarch, who runs a state or a country as per his own whims and fancies.The French Revolution is a classic example of this situation and highlights how people revolted against the rules of a monarch and stood united and formed a new system of governance.

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Kanchan Shine

Kanchan Shine

Passionate about everything related to education. I believe that the best kind of learning happens through play, experiments and fun! I love watching how children learn and love to implement play-based, hands-on teaching approaches. I get my thrill by planning activities for my children (6 yo girl & 3 yo boy) and watching them learn while having fun!

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