Absolute Rulers Profile & Comparison Absolute Rulers Profile & Comparison Each student will be assigned a partner. Each student will choose an Absolute Ruler to research. Each pair must choose absolute rulers from two different countries. Each student will complete the profile of their ruler in the shared Google Slides presentation. After completing the profile, each student will
complete a one-page typed comparison of the two Absolute Rulers researched by the pair.
Absolute Rulers Henry IV (France) Cardinal Richelieu (France) Zhu Di(Yongle)(Ming Dynasty) Shah Abbas the Great (Persia) Sultan Suleiman (Ottoman) Jahangir (India)
Akbar the Great (India) Maria Theresa (Austria) Frederick the Great (Prussia) Kang Xi (Qing dynasty) Joseph II (Austria) Nicholas I (Russia) Louis XVI (France) Ivan IV (Russia) Oliver Cromwell (England)
Henry VIII (England) Elizabeth I (England) James II (England) James I (England)
Charles V (Holy Roman Empire) Montezuma II (Aztec)g Zhu Yuanzhang (Hongwu) (Ming dynasty) Phillip II (Spain) Frederick William I (Prussia) Frederick William, the Great Elector (Prussia) Frederick II (Holy Roman Empire) William of Orange (England) Kublai Khan (Yuan Dynasty) Pair Information Student #1
Student #2 _________________________ __ _________________________ __ (Student #1 will always will out the information on the left side of the presentation.) (Student #2 will always will out the
information on the right side of the presentation.) Absolute Ruler #1 Absolute Ruler #2 _________________________ __ _________________________ __ Absolute Rulers
Information Name, nationality, birth and death date, ruling dates, education or training, etc. Absolute Rulers Family Information Parents, Spouse(s), Children, Other important (historical) members, etc. Absolute Rulers Accomplishments Important actions taken by the ruler during their time of rule.
Absolute Rulers Failures Important inactions or losses by the ruler during their time of rule. Absolute Rulers Absolutism Examples of the rulers absolutist rule. Absolute Rulers Objective Statement One sentence statement summarizing their best moment, action, or accomplishment that shows how they were the best for their people during their reign.
Source Information List the sources used for information. Remember to NOT use Wikipedia as a source! Sources: Sources: Comparison directions Goal: Compare the pairs absolute rulers to declare who is the most absolute. Requirements: One half page minimum, one-page maximum
12 pt font, times new roman, double spaced Explain how one of the two rulers is more absolute than the other. Use the information your partner provided. If you must use other sources, include these source citations in your comparison. Make a case for why the leader you chose is more absolute than the other leader.
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