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U.S. History;0;7th - Michael Conlin


Due Date Assignment Description
3/26/2020 La Marseillaise

Okay, time for some music!


We read about the French Revolution, the conflict with Britain, and how it affected U.S. politics. Now, let's take a closer look at the French Revolution. We'll do that by listening to (and reading the lyrics of) a song that came from that time period: "La Marseillaise," the song that is now the National Anthem of France. I uploaded the lyrics to a One Note document. Listen carefully and read the lyrics. When finished, answer the questions below, each in the number of sentences indicated in parentheses:



  1. What sort of emotions/feelings is this song is meant to bring out of the listener? Explain (three sentences)

  2. What lines from the song make you think that this was written to rally people in a time of war/invasion? (list three full lines)

  3. Judging from the song, what values do yo think the French were fighting for? Pick at least two lines to explain (three sentences)


The song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TKtCVblxDRc


We will have a zoom meeting today, so if you want to talk about the HW and go over the song together, join me at 8:45 (I know; its early, but it is the best time I could get...)


Meeting ID: 960 776 7858


Password: OU812

 
 
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