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Established to "undo what Napoleon had done," the Congress of Vienna instituted many changes throughout Europe in the early 19th century - the details of which are included in this presentation. Maps and key decisions are outlined in these slides, which conclude with a question about the legacy of the Congress of Vienna.
Students read a text that outlines the Congress of Vienna. They discuss the main goals of the Congress of Vienna and complete a chart.
What was the Congress of Vienna? This slideshow tells a bit about each of the members, their countries, and the impact the Congress had on Europe at the time. A set of review questions are included to help learners pick out important information.
For this Congress of Vienna worksheet, students read the noted pages in their textbook and then respond to 10 fill in the blank questions about the congress.
In this Congress of Vienna worksheet, students read about the Congress of Vienna and then respond to 4 short answer questions about its impact on Europe.
In this Congress of Vienna activity, students complete a graphic organizer about the goals, members, actions, and legacy of the Congress.
In this Congress of Vienna worksheet, students complete a graphic organizer with details, then write a summary about Klemens von Metternich's efforts to create peace.
In this European world history worksheet, students complete a graphic organizer regarding the Congress of Vienna and briefly explain Klemens von Metternich's efforts to create peace and stability in Europe.
Your class work on their expository writing skills as they answer three prompts related to the French Revolutions of 1830 and 1848. The compare the two revolts, define the political parties involved, and discuss actions taken by the Congress of Vienna.
A panoramic view of the European revolutions of the 19th century ties these slides together, which feature paintings and maps to illustrate the effects of each revolution. Details and information about the Greek, Belgian, French, and Polish Revolutions will help to put the time period after Napoleon's reign in context for your students. With some editing, the slides could be easier to read (some text and pictures overlap).
In this Congress of Vienna worksheet, students respond to 43 fill in the blank and short answer questions regarding democratic reform.
In this Congress of Vienna study guide worksheet, students read a brief overview pertaining to the topic and then respond to a reflection question.
In this Congress of Vienna and Latin American Revolution study guide worksheet, students respond to 16 short answer questions. The questions correlate to assigned readings in a textbook.
Pupils label and locate the 5 European Powers of the congress of Vienna on a map. They describe the goals of the Congress of Vienna by completing a web diagram. Students identify and explain the legacy of the congress of Vienna by completing notes and a diagram.
Here is a very brief look at the five great powers of Europe. The Congress of Vienna is not explained very well, but key players are introduced, as are their actions, goals, and legacy.
Explore the French Revolution of 1830, The Age of Reaction. The class answers five short essay questions where they define political philosophies, summarize the Revolution of 1830, and discuss the effects of the Metternich system and Talleyrand's diplomacy.
Give your historians a geographical perspective using map labeling, one of many great tools available on this comprehensive western civilizations website. Although designed to use with the Western Civilizations text, it is valuable independently. Here, scholars label pertinent features on a color-coded map, depicting nineteenth century European events such as the Congress of Vienna and global revolutions. Explore the site for more great features.
The triumphs, reforms, and defeats of the Napoleonic Era are covered in this comphrensive slideshow. Images, bulleted text, review questions, and a chronological outline make this a handy resource.
For this online interactive world history worksheet, students answer 12 multiple choice questions regarding the Congress of Vienna and the Decembrist Revolt. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
In this online interactive world history worksheet, students answer 13 multiple choice questions regarding the Congress of Vienna and Romanticism. Students may submit their answers to be scored.