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Students Will Review:
This chapter helps students review the concepts in a 16th - 18th centuries unit of a standard Russian history course. Topics covered include:
- Ivan the Terrible and the birth of Russia
- The establishment of the Romanov Dynasty
- Russian czars during the reformation
- The reigns of Michael Romanov, Peter the Great Elizabeth and Paul I
- Goals and reforms of enlightenment
1. Ivan the Terrible and the Making of Russia
Ivan the Terrible was a great but violent leader. Despite his intelligence, he was prone to violent outbursts. This lesson explores his life and the effects of his reign on Russia.
2. End of the Rurik Dynasty & Establishment of the Romanov Dynasty
In this lesson we examine the period of history known in Russia as the Time of Troubles, when the Rurik Dynasty petered out and nobles fought over the throne until Michael Romanov was elected Czar.
3. Russian Czars During the Reformation: Michael Romanov and Peter the Great
In this lesson, we explore the rule of two Russian czars during the Reformation period, Michael Romanov and Peter the Great, both of whom spent their childhoods in exile before ruling Europe's largest country.
4. Peter the Great & the Westernization of Russia: Facts & History
In this lesson, we explore the reign of arguably Russia's greatest monarch, Peter the Great. We'll also look at the westernization of Russian life and government that he implemented.
5. The Rule of Elizabeth of Russia
In this lesson we explore the rule of Elizabeth I of Russia, a Czar who reigned for twenty years in the middle of the 18th century and encouraged cultural growth in Russia.
6. Enlightened Despots in Russia: Reforms & Goals
In this lesson, we explore the term enlightened despotism and the two rulers that most closely resemble enlightened despots in eighteenth-century Russia, Peter the Great and Catherine the Great.
7. The Rule of Paul I of Russia
In this lesson we explore the short-lived but eventful rule of Paul I, the son of Catherine the Great, whom Catherine would have preferred to have passed over in the line of succession.
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