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Week 5 Lesson 3: Overview of February Revolution

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Week 5 Lesson 3: Overview of February Revolution
LI: To gain an overview of the events of the 1917 February Revolution.

SC: Students will be able to articulate the short-term causes (‘triggers’) and short-term effects of the February Revolution.



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Recap: Social and political impact of World War II in Russia
Brief overview of February Revolution
Brief overview of February Revolution
Activity: Comprehension table on the February Revolution
1. Working individually.

2. Read and annotate the timeline.

3. Complete short summaries (dot points) on the key events.

4. We have 25 minutes.

Historical interpretations on the February Revolution
"...the crude paradox of the Russian Revolution remains: for all its spontaneity it sprang not so much from the will of the people as from the mere decomposition and collapse of the tsar's government."

- Richard Charques, 1958.
Historical interpretations of the February Revolution
"In February 1917, when the Petrograd garrison refused to fire on civilian crowds the generals in agreement with parliamentary politicians, hoping to prevent the mutiny from spreading to the front, convinced Tsar Nicholas II to abdicate. The abdication, made for the sake of military victory, brought down the edifice of Russian statehood...The social revolution followed rather than preceded the act of abdication."

- Richard Pipes,
Russia under the Bolshevik Regime
, 1994, pp.490-497.
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1. Working individually.

2. Complete the cloze activity by filling in the missing words in the sentences.

3. We have 10 minutes.

4. Discussion to follow.
Activity: Constructing a paragraph answer in pairs.

1. Working in pairs.

2. Prompt:
Which single event do you consider most significant? Provide evidence.

3. Discuss and brainstorm the topic first. Refer to the previous reading.

4. Use the template to construct a paragraph answer.


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