Presentation on theme: "Unit 7 The Holocaust & the New Order"— Presentation transcript:
1Unit 7 The Holocaust & the New Order Do Now!Using the table on the back of page 1 of your work packet and the maps on page 3, correctly identify the countries on the maps on page 4.Unit 7 The Holocaust & the New OrderFill in your maps of AsiaWorld War II
2Date Title Page 3/15 Unit Packet 1-2 Map Activity 3-4 3/5 Reading – Causes of World War 25-6Questions – Causes of World War 27-83/7Notes – Identifying Sources of Information93/8Activity – Using Sources of Information10-113/12Chapter Reading – “The Holocaust”12-13“The Holocaust” Answers14
3Due Date Homework Assignment Page 3/19Create Reading 1 Flashcards using Quizlet-Make cards-Do the Learn activityCardsMap of Asia-Identified sections for test-Color both maps4Reading answers for Reading # 1-Write in complete sentences153/21Quiz on the Holocaust (Wednesday)-Study for the QuizStudy
4p. 10 Using Sources of Information Yellow CardResearch ? = What influences in Gandhi’s life led him to non-violent protests?Best Sources = B – AutobiographyH – TextbookA – EncyclopediaC – Blog
5p. 10 Using Sources of Information Pink CardResearch ? = How are people continuing the Teachings of Gandhi today?Best Sources = C – BlogD – Scholarly JournalG – EditorialE – Website
6p. 10 Using Sources of Information Green CardResearch ? = What impact has Gandhi made on American culture?Best Sources = C – BlogD – Scholarly JournalG – EditorialH – Textbook
7p. 10 Using Sources of Information Blue CardResearch ? = How did Gandhi’s education in Britain prepare him for his calling as an adult?Best Sources = B – AutobiographyA – EncyclopediaH – Textbook
8p. 10 Using Sources of Information White CardResearch ? = How did Gandhi’s death not reflect his teachings of non-violence?Best Sources = F – Newspaper ArticleH – TextbookA – EncyclopediaJ – Newspaper Article
9The HolocaustQuestion #1: What steps did Hitler take to rid Germany of Jews?He encouraged destruction of Jewish property.He encouraged Jews to flee to other countries.He isolated Jews in ghettos or slums.He rounded up Jews in concentration camps.He executed Jews (Gas Chambers and Mass Shootings)
10The HolocaustQuestion #2: How did political decisions in France, Britain, and the United States help lead to “the Final Solution?”When these countries stopped accepting Jewish refugees, Hitler and the Nazis found a new way to get rid of the Jewish Population with “the Final Solution.”
11The HolocaustQuestion #3: How was “the Final Solution” a natural outcome of Nazi racial theory?Nazis believed that German people were genetically superior to other races of people. He called them “Subhumans.”Nazis believed that if the inferior races were eliminated that there would be less chance of ruining the genetic purity of the German (Aryan) race.
12The HolocaustQuestion #4: What Nazi actions were part of the “Final Solution?”Taking Jews to the countryside, having them dig big ditches, and shooting them in these freshly dug graves.Starving Jews in concentration camps.Using gas chambers to quickly kill as many Jews as possible.
13The HolocaustQuestion #5: What Nazi action marked the final stage of the “Final Solution?”Using gas chambers to quickly kill as many Jews as possible.
14The HolocaustQuestion #6: How did some non-Jews oppose Hitler’s “Final Solution?”Some non-Jews helped Jews by hiding them in their homes.Others helped Jews escape to neutral countries.
15The HolocaustQuestion #7: Why might people want to blame a minority group for most of their country’s problems?It’s easier than accepting blame yourself.It allows you to keep your pride in your own group.It is easy to join others who start to blame.It is easier to blame than create solutions.
16The HolocaustQuestion #8: Why do you think the German people went along with the Nazi policy of persecution of the Jews?They were upset and afraid because of the problems with the Great Depression.They saw Nazi policies improving their own lives even if that came at the expense of the Jewish people.Racism is easy to get caught up in.It was accepted (bandwagon idea).
17The HolocaustQuestion #9: What impact did the Holocaust have on the Jewish population of Europe?Most European Jews were dead after the war (85% of Polish Jews, 71% of Soviet Jews, 78% of German Jews).Many European Jews left Europe for safety.It would be hard for European Jews to trust government and Europeans again.They would want a place of their own that they could govern and be less dependent on others.