(Your notes must NOT include any complete sentences or sections of your essay; you are to write the essay in class!
Any material in your notes that is quoted from the textbook or from the documents MUST be put in quotation marks, and you must use quotation marks properly in your exam as well.
Essay questions should be answered by applicants to both the master’s and postdoctoral awards.
Essays should be written in clear and concise English.
Your essay should have at least three "body" paragraphs, in which you explain your main ideas (the main points of your answer).
Your essay should have a concluding paragraph that again summarizes your main points.Exactly what these concepts (the nation and liberty) meant in practice, however, changed as the revolution developed.Explain what the concepts "the nation" and "liberty" seem to have meant in 1789 and explain how the meanings of these two concepts seem to have changed (if you think that they did change) during the Jacobin period.The 2019-2020 Yale-specific questions for the Coalition Application, Common Application, and Quest Bridge Application are detailed below.Applicants applying with the Quest Bridge Application will complete the questions above via the Yale Quest Bridge Questionnaire, available on the Yale Admissions Status Portal after an application has been received.To answer this question, be sure to use the lecture notes, the Coffin textbook, and the following documents from Brophy: Abb Emmanuel Sieyes, What is the Third Estate?National Assembly, The Tennis Court Oath National Assembly, Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen National Convention, Leve en Masse Edict National Convention, The Law of Suspects Be sure that you refer to specific examples from the documents!If you are unsure about how to do this, see the following linked directions: On Plagiarism vs Quoting.) Here are the two possible questions (I will chose one in class by tossing a coin): A) This question focuses on the history of the first phase of the French Revolution (the "moderate" revolution of 1789-1792) and the history of the second phase of the revolution (the Jacobin, or "radical" period of 1792-1794).Two of the central ideas of the French Revolution (1789-1799) were that France was a "nation" and that the national government must protect the liberties of citizens.(remember, the multiple choice section of the exam covers chapters 20, 21, 22, and 23!) General Directions: Your essay should have an introductory paragraph, in which you state your main points (your basic answer to the question).