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Unit 7 The Holocaust & the New Order World War II 1.Fill in your maps of Asia 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.
DateTitlePage3/15 Unit Packet 1-2 3/15 Map Activity 3-4 3/5 Reading – Causes of World War /5 Questions – Causes of World War /7 Notes – Identifying Sources of Information 9 3/8 Activity – Using Sources of Information /12 Chapter Reading – The Holocaust /12 The Holocaust Answers 14
Due Date Homework AssignmentPage3/19 Create Reading 1 Flashcards using Quizlet Quizlet - Make cards -Do the Learn activity Cards 3/19 Map of Asia -Identified sections for test-Color both maps 4 3/19 Reading answers for Reading # 1 -Write in complete sentences 15 3/21 Quiz on the Holocaust (Wednesday) -Study for the Quiz Study
p. 10 Using Sources of Information Yellow Card Research ? = What influences in Gandhis life led him to non-violent protests? Best Sources = B – Autobiography H – Textbook A – Encyclopedia C – Blog
p. 10 Using Sources of Information Pink Card Research ? = How are people continuing the Teachings of Gandhi today? Best Sources = C – Blog D – Scholarly Journal G – Editorial E – Website
p. 10 Using Sources of Information Green Card Research ? = What impact has Gandhi made on American culture? Best Sources = C – Blog D – Scholarly Journal G – Editorial H – Textbook
p. 10 Using Sources of Information Blue Card Research ? = How did Gandhis education in Britain prepare him for his calling as an adult? Best Sources = B – Autobiography A – Encyclopedia H – Textbook
p. 10 Using Sources of Information White Card Research ? = How did Gandhis death not reflect his teachings of non-violence? Best Sources = F – Newspaper Article H – Textbook A – Encyclopedia J – Newspaper Article
The Holocaust Question #1: What steps did Hitler take to rid Germany of Jews? 0 He encouraged destruction of Jewish property. 0 He encouraged Jews to flee to other countries. 0 He isolated Jews in ghettos or slums. 0 He rounded up Jews in concentration camps. 0 He executed Jews (Gas Chambers and Mass Shootings)
The Holocaust Question #2: How did political decisions in France, Britain, and the United States help lead to the Final Solution? 0 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.
The Holocaust Question #3: How was the Final Solution a natural outcome of Nazi racial theory? 0 Nazis believed that German people were genetically superior to other races of people. He called them Subhumans. 0 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.
The Holocaust Question #4: What Nazi actions were part of the Final Solution? 0 Taking Jews to the countryside, having them dig big ditches, and shooting them in these freshly dug graves. 0 Starving Jews in concentration camps. 0 Using gas chambers to quickly kill as many Jews as possible.
The Holocaust Question #5: What Nazi action marked the final stage of the Final Solution? 0 Using gas chambers to quickly kill as many Jews as possible.
The Holocaust Question #6: How did some non-Jews oppose Hitlers Final Solution? 0 Some non-Jews helped Jews by hiding them in their homes. 0 Others helped Jews escape to neutral countries.
The Holocaust Question #7: Why might people want to blame a minority group for most of their countrys problems? 0 Its easier than accepting blame yourself. 0 It allows you to keep your pride in your own group. 0 It is easy to join others who start to blame. 0 It is easier to blame than create solutions.
The Holocaust Question #8: Why do you think the German people went along with the Nazi policy of persecution of the Jews? 0 They were upset and afraid because of the problems with the Great Depression. 0 They saw Nazi policies improving their own lives even if that came at the expense of the Jewish people. 0 Racism is easy to get caught up in. 0 It was accepted (bandwagon idea).
The Holocaust Question #9: What impact did the Holocaust have on the Jewish population of Europe? 0 Most European Jews were dead after the war (85% of Polish Jews, 71% of Soviet Jews, 78% of German Jews). 0 Many European Jews left Europe for safety. 0 It would be hard for European Jews to trust government and Europeans again. 0 They would want a place of their own that they could govern and be less dependent on others.