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2 How to use English to conduct learning and teaching activities in junior secondary History classes (New) Inter-class History Project Presentation Contest: People in History 中三歷史英語專題研習比賽 : 歷史人物 Mr. John Patrick Hone Mr. Tai Tze Lok, Osbert PTMS students Pooi To Middle School 香港培道中學 CD

3 People in History The project is part of the English Across the Curriculum Programme of Pooi To Middle School. It is an idea created jointly by our English and History teachers Participants: S3 students EAC ( English Across the Curriculum) in History Subject

4 People in History Objectives of this Programme To see English in use in other subjects, like History To broaden their horizons in language use and global perspectives History comes before English. Students present their interpretation of events between the two World Wars using drama, videos, music, slideshows etc.

5 People in History Use English to read and collect information Write scripts and do their presentations What do students learn ?

6 People in History Teachers’ role John in S3 classes (Script writing development) Osbert in S3 classes (WWI~WWII Contents :PPT & Mindmap)

7 People in History English and History: Cross Curricular Activity This is an activity that requires students to think about important people and events happened in world history, from World War 1 to World War 2. Students are also asked to present what they found in ways like drama, role play, interview, poetry, conducted or written in English. It helps them develop their vocabulary and use English to express ideas.

8 People in History Final Goals Students will be able to present what they have learnt in History lessons in English Students will explore more about the causes of World War II in English Students will have a chance to use English in other content-based subjects. They can use English in an authentic context.

9 People in History Period to be studied in History lesson Between the two World Wars i.e background and causes of World War II

10 People in History Task 1 On the piece of paper provided write down a word - the name of a person, a country or an event (e.g. a war) that has some connection with what you are learning or going to learn in your History lesson.

11 People in History Task 2 Can you say 3 or 4 sentences about the word you have just written?

12 Test your knowledge of History.

13 People in History Who was the man that united Prussia with the rest of Germany? Hitler Bismarck Beethoven Walt Disney

14 People in History Which small country caused the outbreak of war between Britain and Germany in 1914? France Belgium Ireland

15 People in History What treaty was signed in the Paris Peace Conference which marked the end World War One? The Treaty of Paris The Treaty of Moscow The Treaty of Berlin The Treaty of Versailles

16 People in History Who became Chancellor (leader) of Germany in 1932? Benito Mussolini Adolf Hitler John Hone Winston Churchhill

17 Can you say the word below? Totalitarianism

18 People in History What does “Totalitarianism” mean? Total control of a country by a person/party that does not let anyone speak against or oppose it.

19 People in History Who was the leader of Britain during WWII? Adolf Hitler Joseph Stalin Winston Churchill Mao Tse Tung

20 People in History Which year did ‘The Wall Street Crash’ take place?

21 People in History Who was the President of the United States in the 1930s? Adolf Hitler Franklin D Roosevelt Benito Mussolini

22 People in History What do we call the event which caused over 2 million Jewish killed during the Second World War? The Great Death The Holocaust The Destruction

23 People in History Time Line Week 1 –Introduction Week 2 –Forming Groups/Brainstorming Ideas Week 3- Developing ideas in History and English Lessons Week 4 – Rehearsing during English /History lessons Week 5 – Class Competition Week 6 – Form Competition in Hall.

24 People in History Schedule Today :Introduction Developing idea in lesson Oral presentation of proposal in groups Final rehearsal in class Class Competition Form Activity in Auditorium (December)

25 People in History Listening / Video Watch the videos of the period that you are studying /going to study in your History Lesson

26 People in History The Great Depression and the rise of the Nazis /Fascists The Great Depression started in the United States and then spread all over the world. The Great Depression meant that people were very poor and had no jobs and very little to eat, so strong and powerful leaders such as Hitler, Mussolini were able to take power. They became so powerful that they thought they could rule the world and this resulted in WWII

27 People in History Brainstorming Questions After The Treaty of Versailles, how do you think the German people felt ? (Germany lost and was forced to pay a lot of money to many countries) Try to brainstorm 5 things that will happen if there is a great depression in your country Imagine that you were a German during Hitler’s rule in Germany… Imagine that you were a Jewish during Hitler’s rule in Germany…

28 People in History The rise of the Fascists (Nazis) in Germany and Italy between WWI and WWII

29 People in History The Holocaust : Over 2 million Jewish people were murdered by Adolf Hitler and the Nazis in Concentration camps

30 People in History Some of the major figures between the wars Adolf Hitler Dictator of Germany throughout the 1930’s. He killed himself in 1945 as the Russians were going to capture him

31 People in History Winston Churchill Leader of the UK during WWII. He helped defend western Europe from Nazi attacks and rule.

32 People in History Hideki Tojo He was general of the Japanese air force that invaded Pearl Harbour and he led the Japanese in their invasion of Asia. Japan was supported by Germany and Italy

33 People in History Joseph Stalin Leader of the Communists in Russia He helped to beat Hitler and the Nazis during WWII

34 People in History Benito Mussolini He was the Fascist dictator of Italy during WWII He supported Germany and Japan during WWII

35 People in History Franklin D Roosevelt President of the USA during 1930s and WWII He helped America recover from the depression

36 People in History Major Events and the People involved The Rise of Totalitarianism in Germany and Italy The Holocaust The Great Depression Attack on Pearl Harbour Fighting the Nazis from Western Europe Fighting the Nazis from Eastern Europe

37 People in History Recap /Revision : Make sure you understand the following words Great Depression Nazism Fascism Dictator The Holocaust Jews Jewish people Concentration camps The Allies (USA, UK, Russia, France,China etc) The Axis Powers (Germany, Italy, Japan )

38 People in History Can you match the events with the leaders involved 1.The Rise of Totalitarianism in Germany and Italy 2.The Holocaust 3.The Great Depression 4.Attack on Pearl Harbour 5.Fighting the Nazis from Western Europe 6.Fighting the Nazis from Eastern Europe A. Winston Churchill B.General Hideki Tojo C.Josef Stalin D.Hitler and Mussolini E. Franklin D Roosevelt F. Adolf Hitler

39 People in History The Rise of Totalitarianism in Germany and Italy

40 People in History The Holocaust

41 People in History The Great Depression in the USA and all over the world “ When America sneezes the whole world catches a cold” Franklin D Roosevelt

42 People in History Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbour General Tojo

43 People in History Fighting the Nazis (Fascists) from Western Europe Winston Churchill

44 People in History Fighting the Nazis from Eastern Europe Joseph Stalin

45 People in History Try to imagine: If you were a German during Hitler’s rule in Germany… E.g. If I had lived in Germany under Hitler, my life would have been very hard

46 People in History Neville Chamberlin

47 People in History The First World War History Lessons: Teaching Materials (1)

48 People in History Causes 1. Extreme Nationalism ( ) 2. Colonial Rivalry ( ) 3. Alliance System ( ) 4. Armament Race ( )

49 People in History Extreme Nationalism  It  It encouraged foreign expansion ( ) which in turn caused conflicts among European powers and led to war. We call it __________________.

50 People in History History Lessons:Teaching Materials

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53 Students’ Sharing , 3E (now S4 students ) ~ role play , 3B students~ dialogues ure=youtu.be

54 People in History Q & A The End Thank you


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