Latin America - Edl

Latin America - Edl

WWII: The Holocaust April 15 and 18, 2016 Announcements 1. Re-Emphasis of Classroom Rules

Cellphones Away when Class Begins. This is common sense. I shouldnt have to tell you this Every. Single. Day. Gum is OKAY. However, shut your mouth and dont pop it. Food Allowed: Water, coffee, tea. Cheetos AWAY, Carrots OKAY. 2. Grading & Late work Policy

All late work during Semester 2 is grades 50% off in addition to incorrect / incomplete answers. Unless there is a situation beyond your control, in which case I need a note and signature of some kind as to the reason of your absence. Example: 20 points = 10 points. Atomic Bombs Objective: o SWBAT understand the

issues of genocide and the causes and effects of the Holocaust on the world. Essential Question: Was the road to World War II inevitable? What were its causes? What choices and decisions do societies face in war? How did WW II affect American

society? How did the role of the U.S. in world affairs change as a result of World War II? What factors led to the rise of dictators? Why do dictatorships flourish during times of depression? Is it ever justified to use a weapon of mass destruction? 1. Define the word genocide.

Are you aware of any racial, ethnic, or cultural groups in the past or in the present against which genocide has been committed? 2. Activating Prior Knowledge Search for the definition of holocaust online. Can you state a list of synonyms for that word? o Synonym: (A word having the same or

nearly the same meaning as another in the language) Why was the Atomic Bomb Dropped? To save American soldiers lives Options: Invade Japan or drop Atomic bombs Invasion of Japan had casualty numbers of 500,000 to 1 million

soldiers killed / wounded. Fierce house-to-house combat. Atomic bomb losses projected at American aircrew. Decision made by President Harry S. Truman Anti-Semitism: o Discrimination / hostility / violence directed at Jews. Holocaust:

o Nazi Germanys systematic murder of European Jews. Concentration Camp: o Places where political prisoners are confined. Forced labor. o (Communists, Jews, homosexuals, Jehovah Witnesses, Gypsies, homeless, & criminals). Warsaw Ghetto: o Self-contained area surrounded by fences & walls where Jews were kept to starve & die from disease.

Wannsee Conference: o Development of the Final Solution. Creation of special camps designed to kill European Jews. Genocide: o Deliberate destruction of an entire ethnic or cultural group. Death Camp: o Unlike Concentration Camps, these existed primarily for mass murder. War Refugee Board (WRB):

o FDR plan to bring aid to Holocaust victims in 1944. 200,000 Jews saved in Sweden. Nuremberg Trials: o November 1945. International Military Tribunal. Trials established that individuals must be responsible for their actions. Ann Frank WWII: Atomic Bombs

April 11 and 12, 2016 Announcements 1. Re-Emphasis of Classroom Rules Cellphones Away when Class Begins. This is common sense. I shouldnt have to tell you this Every. Single. Day. Gum is OKAY. However, shut your mouth and dont pop

it. Food Allowed: Water, coffee, tea. Cheetos AWAY, Carrots OKAY. 2. Grading & Late work Policy All late work during Semester 2 is grades 50% off in addition to incorrect / incomplete answers. Unless there is a situation beyond your control, in which

case I need a note and signature of some kind as to the reason of your absence. Example: 20 points = 10 points. Atomic Bombs Objective: o SWBAT analyze the circumstances of the dropping of atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki Essential Question:

Understand how a society can change both socially and culturally due to nation-wide events. What was the New Deal? What were the causes and effects of the Great Depression? How did social welfare change? How did World War II ultimately put an end to the Great Depression? Warm-Up - Quickwrite: What would you do

If you were faced with the decision to end a war by dropping a bomb on an enemy that will force them to surrender but get up to 300,000 civilians killed? You wont be drafted. OR Continue the conflict normally causing up to 300,000 Japanese civilians killed in addition to 600,000 soldiers on both sides? You will be drafted. Why would you choose this?

Why was the Atomic Bomb Dropped? To save American soldiers lives Options: Invade Japan or drop Atomic bombs Invasion of Japan had casualty numbers of 500,000 to 1 million soldiers killed / wounded. Fierce house-to-house combat.

Atomic bomb losses projected at American aircrew. Decision made by President Harry S. Truman . Talkers

Closure: (In Notebook) What was one thing learned today? World War II

in the Pacific April 7 and 8, 2016 Announcements 1. Re-Emphasis of Classroom Rules Cellphones Away when Class Begins. This is common sense. I shouldnt have to tell you this Every. Single. Day.

Gum is OKAY. However, shut your mouth and dont pop it. Food Allowed: Water, coffee, tea. Cheetos AWAY, Carrots OKAY. 2. Grading & Late work Policy All late work during Semester 2 is grades 50% off in addition to incorrect / incomplete answers.

Unless there is a situation beyond your control, in which case I need a note and signature of some kind as to the reason of your absence. Example: 20 points = 10 points. Pacific War Objective: o SWBAT analyze the circumstances of Pearl Harbor and the significance of U.S. involvement.

Essential Question: Understand how a society can change both socially and culturally due to nation-wide events. What was the New Deal? What were the causes and effects of the Great Depression? How did social welfare change? How did World War II ultimately put an end to the Great Depression? Warm-Up - Quickwrite:

Choose a place in the world where there is currently armed conflict and describe the involvement of the U.S. in that area, if any. Consider: oUnder what conditions should the U.S. intervene in a conflict between other nations?

Video: Midway Battle Watch video. Answer Questions Write down 5 facts. Code Talkers

Closure: (In Notebook) What was one thing learned today?

Warm-up: CNN Student News Write a ONE SENTENCE summary on TWO news stories from CNN Student News. After the video you will have 5 minutes to write your 2 summaries. Summary: A brief statement or account of the main points of something. Discussion to follow: What do you

think? o Hitler Becomes Chancellor: Hitlers promises gradually won him large following. 1932 Nazi party became largest group in Reichtag (lower house of German Parliament). Suspended freedom of speech & press.

Storm troopers (Brownshirts) waged violence against those who opposed Hitler. oGermany Expands: Annexed Austria. Invaded Czechoslovakia. Neville Chamberlain, British Prime Minister, met with Hitler to resolve issue. Issued policy of appeasement

Giving in to competitors demands in order to keep the peace. Allies Strengths Allies Weaknesses o Had more people / soldiers than the Axis. o Werent as spread out. o Had the Soviet Union on their side.

o Had the U.S. High production capacity & supply. o Not prepared for the war. Axis - Strengths o Prepared for war. o Firm control of a lot of land. o Had a wartime economy already in place.

Axis Weaknesses o Had to hold off the Axis Powers while waiting for the U.S. to gain strength. o U.S. entered the conflict. o Hitler took on too many responsibilities/made decisions his generals should have.

o Attacked Russia Led to war on two-fronts. Allies Strengths o Had more people / soldiers than the Axis. o Werent as spread out. o Had the Soviet Union on their side. o Had the U.S. High

production capacity & supply. Allies Weaknesses o Not prepared for the war. o Had to hold off the Axis Powers while waiting for the U.S. to

gain strength. Axis - Strengths Axis Weaknesses o Prepared for war. o U.S. entered the conflict.

o Firm control of a lot of land. o Had a wartime economy already in place. o Hitler took on too many responsibilities/ made decisions his generals should have. o Attacked Russia Led to war on twofronts.

Chapter 24, Section 1 pp. 800806 Read Section 1 Answer Questions #1-6 on page 806 IN NOTEBOOK Closure: Write a headline for a newspaper about todays lesson in

regards to a dictator taking control Causes March 28 and 29, 2016 Announcements 1. Re-Emphasis of Classroom Rules

Cellphones Away when Class Begins. This is common sense. I shouldnt have to tell you this Every. Single. Day. Gum is OKAY. However, shut your mouth and dont pop it. Food Allowed: Water, coffee, tea. Cheetos AWAY, Carrots OKAY. 2. Grading & Late work Policy

All late work during Semester 2 is grades 50% off in addition to incorrect / incomplete answers. Unless there is a situation beyond your control, in which case I need a note and signature of some kind as to the reason of your absence. Example: 20 points = 10 points. Overview Objective: o SWBAT examine how the rise of leaders and the acceptance of the public/society can

lead to many sudden radical political changes in Pre-WWII Europe Essential Question: Was the road to World War II inevitable? What were its causes? What choices and decisions do societies face in war? How did WW II affect American society? How did the role of the U.S. in world affairs change as a result of World War II? What factors led to the rise of dictators? Why do dictatorships flourish during times of

depression? Is it ever justified to use a weapon of mass destruction? Quickwrite: Germany's initial forays in World War II were vastly successful, largely thanks to the form of attack they pioneered, called blitzkrieg ("Lightning War"), which combined air and land attacks plus the element of surprise.

This approach resulted in rapid victories in Poland, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Belgium, and France. What types of tactical advantages did these early victories give Germany? o Use pp. 809 to help answering the question oRecall 1.One major cause of WWII that happened in 1919 was World War I 2.Another major cause of WWII that happened in 1929 was The Great Depression

oWhats next? More Causes 3.The next big cause of WWII was a result of the first 2 causes. It is known as Fascism oIsnt Fascism Bad? oHow could it take hold? oThink 4.The Treaty of Versailles left Germans feeling Guilty 5.The Great Depression left them with War

Debts oHow would you feel What would you want? 6.The Germans want a new Leader 7.The man who pulls them out of their misery is Hitler Conditions In Campaign and Rise of

Germany People are Desperate and Starving Weimar Republic is created (ToV) Inflation & Poverty are very high (GD) People want a Leader Makes Promises Restore the Empire Make Germany Powerful Plays on emotions: Germans are Racially

Leadership Germany Totalitarian Control Use of Propaganda Controls all Media Paper, Education, Art, etc. Use of these tools of Control of the People !!! Re-Arms the Military Violates the Treaty of Versailles

Restores Pride to the German People !!! Builds a One Party Government Nazi Party oKeep em Believing! How does Hitler do it? Plays on emotions. Feeds them a steady diet of Propaganda via the educational system and other media outlets.

oThink about the following stuff as we look at some old school propaganda: What types of propaganda are there? What is the purpose of propaganda? How does propaganda make the enemy look? What other nations ran propaganda campaigns? Totalitarian Leaders March 30 and April 1, 2016

Announcements 1. Re-Emphasis of Classroom Rules Cellphones Away when Class Begins. This is common sense. I shouldnt have to tell you this Every. Single. Day. Gum is OKAY. However, shut your mouth and dont pop it. Food Allowed: Water, coffee, tea. Cheetos AWAY, Carrots OKAY.

2. Grading & Late work Policy All late work during Semester 2 is grades 50% off in addition to incorrect / incomplete answers. Unless there is a situation beyond your control, in which case I need a note and signature of some kind as to the reason of your absence. Example: 20 points = 10 points.

Leaders Objective: o SWBAT analyze and differentiate the factors leading to World War II by learning about the rise of totalitarian leaders. Essential Question: Was the road to World War II inevitable? What were its causes? What choices and decisions do societies

face in war? How did WW II affect American society? How did the role of the U.S. in world affairs change as a result of World War II? What factors led to the rise of dictators? Why do dictatorships flourish during times of depression? Is it ever justified to use a weapon of mass destruction? Quickwrite: The world of the 1930's was a tremendously

unstable place, due to economic crisis and a slow recovery from the devastation of World War I. Several leaders catapulted to power on this shaky foundation, including Joseph Stalin, Adolf Hitler, and Benito Mussolini. Reflect on the global conditions that created opportunities for those leaders. What was going on in the world? Activating Prior Knowledge: What do you know about conditions in Europe and Russia in the 1930's?

oTotalitarian Rule: Govt. exerts total control over a nation. It dominates every aspect of life, using terror to suppress individual rights and silence all forms of opposition. Ex. Fascism & Communism. oFascism: Emphasizes the importance of the nation or an ethnic group and supreme authority of the leader.

DATE 1. 1931 EVENT Manchurian Incident SIGNIFICANCE

Japan broke the Kellogg-Briand Pact which forbade the use of war to resolve issues. Japan acquired land to feed population. Portion of China under Japanese control. Hostilities rise between U.S. & Japan. Adolf Hitler is Receive named chancellor of Germany Worksheet. Britains policy of appeasement allows Hitler to take Czechoslovakia to 3. 1938 avoid war. Hitler flexes muscles & Britain retreats in fear.

2. Fill in the 4. 1939 Britain & France enter war. Hitler signs 10 year blanks. nonaggression pact with Stalin. Hitler utilizes the 3. Due by end of Blitzkrieg to acquire more land. Germany defeats 5. 1940 class. France and attacks 1.

2. 1933 Britain by air. 6. 1941 Closure:Japan (Onbombs Notebook) Pearl Harbor

List 5 facts you know about the States' U.S. &United British 8. 1944 involvement in of WWII. D-Day Invasion

7. 1942 France. In particular, do you 9. 1945 drops atomic know inU.S. what year the

bombs on U.S. entered the war? In whatHiroshima year did & the war end? Nagasaki

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