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Week 1 Lesson 2: Topic: The 1905 Revolution and the October Manifesto (2 of 3)

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Transcript of Week 1 Lesson 2: Topic: The 1905 Revolution and the October Manifesto (2 of 3)

Entry activity: Nicholas II on the 1905 Revolution
Recap: 1905 Revolution and the October Manifesto
Activity 2: Orlando Figes' historical interpretation
1. Working in small groups.

2. One person from each group will read the text out to the group.

3.
- Group 1: Discuss then answer questions 1 & 2.
- Group 2: Discuss then answer question 3 and highlight 5 key words/phrases that are important for understanding Figes' historical interpretation.
- Group 3: Discuss then answer questions 4 & 5.
- Group 4: Discuss then answer question 5 and and highlight 5 key words/phrases that are important for understanding Figes' historical interpretation.

4. Class discussion to follow.
Activity 1: Primary Source Analysis
The October Manifesto

1. Working individually.

2. Acess the document via Compass. The title will be today's date.

3. Answer the questions in an
elaborated
manner.

4. Submit via Compass.

5. We have 20 minutes.

6. Class discussion to follow.
“Rioting and disturbances in the capitals and in many localities of Our Empire fill Our heart with great and heavy grief. The well-being of the Russian Sovereign is inseparable from the national well-being; and the national sorrow is His sorrow.”
- Nicholas II, writing in October 1905

- Working in pairs.
- Answer the following questions:

a. Name
three features/events
in 1905 that led to the situation described in the quote.

b. In your opinion, which key words/key phrases in the quote are most significant for understanding the 1905 Revolution and the October Manifesto?

- We have 5 minutes.
The 1905 Revolution and the October Manifesto (2)

LI: To be able to explain the
short and long-term consequences
of the 1905 Revolution.

SC: Students will be able to explain
three short and three long-term consequences
of the 1905 Revolution.

Revisiting the Learning Intention and Success Criteria

The 1905 Revolution and the October Manifesto

LI: To be able to explain the
short and long-term consequences
of the 1905 Revolution.

SC: Students will be able to explain
three short and three long-term consequences
of the 1905 Revolution.

- Write down
three short
and
three long-term consequences
of the 1905 Revolution.
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