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The consequences of the French Revolution in the 19th century

Fiche méthodologique – Presenting

1. Start from a question, for example: How did Americans of all different types react to the French Revolution?

2. Answer the question!

• Introduction: what are you going to talk about? Possibly focus on one element (for example, the American

political elite), why did you select it?

• Explain historical/cultural/political/relevant context. Describe and explain, give examples

• Explain consequences/effects – did anything change as a consequence?

• Conclude: evaluate the significance of what you have talked about, what can we learn?

3. Speak from your notes, don’t read!

4. Have confidence in yourself, and your ability to communicate in English (which is exceptional compared to most

people). Smile (not too much though!), and engage with your audience. Project your voice to the back of the room.

What are the most important consequences of the French Revolution in the 19th century in Europe ?

The 19th century is a century of evolution and of big changes, and most of it are guide(i)d  by the French Revolution in 1789.

First, I’m going to talk about the abolition of the slavery in europe because I think that it is a very important topic and is also linked with the French Revolution ;

And, finally, I will deal with the other revolution in europe at that time and the influence of the french revolution on these, because it is, for me, the biggest consequence of this revolution.

So, the first decree about the abolition of the slavery was written by the « convention nationale » in france in 1794 just after the revolution. After this event, all european government started to think about this. In 1815 at the Vienna Congres, the europeen power reached(t) an agreement  on the ending of slavery. So, this countries started to talk about equality beetween all humans, and that is a democratic idea that started, in europe, with the french revolution.

France had really abolished slavery in 1833, while the British in 1807.

So now, I’m going to talk about the influence of france in other european revolutions in the 19th century. The dissemination of the civil code by napoleon played a very important role, indeed it spread revolutionary ideas all over europe, notably in Span and germany.

And finally, there is almost no more absolute monarchy in Europe. For example, in the end of the 19th century, the france is a republic, and the usa is a democracy.

To conlude, I think that the French Revolution is closely or remotely related with all the biggest changes in the 19th century, and I give you two examples : abolition of slavery and the change of almost all the constitution in Europe in the 19th  century.

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