Thursday, October 1, 2015

French Revolution


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Your Assignment

Were Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette guilty of crimes against humanity?

Roles in trial:

  • Nobility
  • Clergy
  • Bourgeoisie
  • Urban poor
  • Peasantry


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Databases:
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Trial roles: 

Lawyers:
  • opening statement
  • closing statement
  • at least 6 questions for each of their own witnesses
  • create two or three questions for their cross-examination
Witnesses:
  • 200 to 300 word summary of their character
Judge:
  • Try this book: Defending the accused : stories from the courtroom by Richard Wormser to help you understand the mechanics of running a courtroom. 345.72
  • This document outlines the basics about setting up a trial. 



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