The French Revolution and A Tale of Two Cities

Analyzing documents is an important part of any history curriculum. That is why our PowerPoints include lessons, often with historical speeches and letters.

Our French Revolution PowerPoint contains an excerpt from A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens.

It helps students understand that reading literature is also part of being a historian since authors tend to editorialize stories with their own slant on current events.

We have included a copy of an excerpt, questions, and answers.

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