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					Make a crossword using key terms from AKS 42 (Ch. 21, sections 2, 4, 5 and Ch. 22, sections 2-4)

Do not just copy the formal definitions from the back of the book as your clues. Find the words/terms/people in your book, figure out
what they mean and make up your own clues for the crossword puzzle. Make them good clues – not just “a person” or “a book” –
those clues could have multiple answers.

You only have to choose 20 terms to include in your crossword puzzle. Write your clues on a separate sheet of paper. Be sure you
have clues for across and down terms.

**Make sure the words connect on the crossword puzzle – don’t just randomly place words all over the grid.

*You can attach people’s first names to their last if you need to make them fit on the grid better.


Hobbes                     For the following, you can put all the words together (make it look like one word) if you need to:
Locke                       St. Petersburg
Philosophes                Peter the Great
Voltaire                   Ivan the Terrible
Montesquieu                English Bill of Rights
Rousseau                   William and Mary
Beccaria                   Petition of Right
Wollstonecraft             Sun King
Secular                    Separation of powers
Diderot                    Checks and balances
Leviathan                  Bill of Rights
Democracy                  Social Contract
Enlightenment              Enlightened despot
Commonwealth               English Civil War




Make a crossword using key terms from AKS 42 (Ch. 21, sections 2, 4, 5 and Ch. 22, sections 2-4)

Do not just copy the formal definitions from the back of the book as your clues. Find the words/terms/people in your book, figure out
what they mean and make up your own clues for the crossword puzzle. Make them good clues – not just “a person” or “a book” –
those clues could have multiple answers.

You only have to choose 20 terms to include in your crossword puzzle. Write your clues on a separate sheet of paper. Be sure you
have clues for across and down terms.

**Make sure the words connect on the crossword puzzle – don’t just randomly place words all over the grid.

*You can attach people’s first names to their last if you need to make them fit on the grid better.


Hobbes                     For the following, you can put all the words together (make it look like one word) if you need to:
Locke                       St. Petersburg
Philosophes                Peter the Great
Voltaire                   Ivan the Terrible
Montesquieu                English Bill of Rights
Rousseau                   William and Mary
Beccaria                   Petition of Right
Wollstonecraft             Sun King
Secular                    Separation of powers
Diderot                    Checks and balances
Leviathan                  Bill of Rights
Democracy                  Social Contract
Enlightenment              Enlightened despot
Commonwealth               English Civil War

				
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