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1 Power Point Magazine: Part 1 - America: How We Lived. The story of American History World War II Publisher: Bre Shader

2 Table of Contents World War II Project- three topics – 50 pointsWorld War II Project- three topics – 50 points Unit IV- A Champion of Democracy ( )- 70 points-Unit IV- A Champion of Democracy ( )- 70 points- You must have two pictures per slide!!!! –World War II Project- at least 12 slides of your three topics (4 per topic)- 25 points –Chapter 13 – World War II Erupts – 4 slides- most important ideas of the chapter and why. 10 points –Chapter 14– The United States in World War II – 4 slides- most important ideas of the chapter and why. 10 points –Chapter 15 – The Cold War Begins – 4 slides- most important ideas of the chapter and why. 10 points –Chapter 16 – Post War America – 4 slides- most important ideas of the chapter and why. 10 points –Summary of Unit IV- What enhanced or threatened U.S. democracy during this unit? (Good and Bad- Victory or Defeat)- 2 slides. No lists 5 points 50’s and 60’s Project – three topics – 50 points50’s and 60’s Project – three topics – 50 points Unit V – A Nation Facing Challenges ( ) – 70 points-Unit V – A Nation Facing Challenges ( ) – 70 points- You must have two pictures per slide!!!! –50’s-60’s project- at least 12 slides of your three topics (4 per topic)- 25 points –Chapter 17- The New Frontier and the Great Society- 4 slides- most important ideas of the chapter and why. 10 points –Chapter 18- The Civil Rights Movement- 4 slides- most important ideas of the chapter and why. 10 points –Chapter 19- The Vietnam War- 4 slides- most important ideas of the chapter and why. 10 points –Chapter 20- A Time of Social Change- 4 slides- most important ideas of the chapter and why. 10 points –Summary of Unit V- What enhanced or threatened U.S. democracy during this unit? (Good and Bad- Victory or Defeat)- 2 slides. No lists 5 points 70’s, 80’s and 90’s Project– three topics – 50 points-70’s, 80’s and 90’s Project– three topics – 50 points- You must have two pictures per slide!!!! Unit VI – Looking Toward the Future (1968-Present)- 60 pointsUnit VI – Looking Toward the Future (1968-Present)- 60 points –70’s, 80’s and 90’s project- at least 12 slides of your three topics (4 per topic)- 25 points –Chapter 21- A Search for Order- 4 slides- most important ideas of the chapter and why. 10 points –Chapter 22- A Conservative Era- 4 slides- most important ideas of the chapter and why. 10 points –Chapter 23- Into the Twenty-First Century- 4 slides- most important ideas of the chapter and why. 10 points –Summary of Unit VI- What enhanced or threatened U.S. democracy during this unit? (Good and Bad- Victory or Defeat)- 2 slides. No lists 5 points (DO NOT USE CHAPTER TITLES FOR YOUR IMPORTANT IDEAS.)

3 Unit IV- A Champion of Democracy ( )

4 A Failure of Democracy-

5 A Victory for Democracy-

6 10th American History World War II Power Point Presentation Name - ___________________________________ Date Due-_________________ Directions: We will spend four days in the Computer Lab researching World War II. Each day is planned out below. You will be adding to your American History Magazine power point as your final project. This project will be presented to the class. Topics- You will be given a number which corresponds to the topics on the topic sheet. You must get enough information to make at least 2 slides for each topic (at least 2 per day) Day 1- You will research over the assigned topics for the Holocaust. Day 2- You will research over the assigned topics for either Pre- World War II or Post World War II Day 3- You will research over the assigned topics for either World War II Battles or the American Home front during World War II. Day 4- Work day to put together the American History Magazine power point which must be saved in the public file under your class- Public on ‘ads’ (P:), High School, American History, Power Point- 10th American History, then your class. Cover Page- 1st slide of presentation- Be as creative as you can. –Title- World War II –Name and Class Period Individual Slides- –Must be legible, –Writing per slide can be no more than 4 lines with 4 words per slide. You will be able to use your notes for the presentation of your power point. –At least two slides per topic –You may import (cut and paste) only pictures Your presentation may last no more than 2 min. You must take notes every day in class. No downloading, no cut and paste. DO NOT COPY THIS REPORT- PUT IT IN YOUR OWN WORDS. You must hand in all of your notes when you have finished your presentation.. 50 points DAY 1: World War II and the Holocaust- worth 10 points DAY 2: Pre- World War II or Post World War II- worth 10 points DAY 3: Battles of World War II or the American Home front - worth 10 points Cover Page = 5 points Creativity = 5 points Time limit of 2 min. maximum = 5 points Overall- coverage of information, notes and appropriate presentation = 5 points.

7 World War II – American History Magazine Topics Assign each student a number at random Holocaust topics Pre and Post World War II TopicsBattles of World War II or the Homefront during World War II 1.Children of the Holocaust 2.Concentration Camps 3.Doctors and Medical Experiments 4.Final Solution 5.Holocaust 6.Jewish Ghettos- Warsaw and Lodz 7.Mobile Killing Units- Eisnsatgruben 8.Nazi Gold 9.Other Victims of the Holocaust 10.St. Louis- Ship with Jewish Immigrants 11.What the Liberators saw. 12.Women and the holocaust 13.Holocaust Heroes 14.Death Marches 15.Children of the Holocaust 16.Concentration Camps 17.Doctors and Medical Experiments 18.Final Solution 19.Holocaust 20.Jewish Ghettos- Warsaw and Lodz 21.Mobile Killing Units- Eisnsatgruben 22.Nazi Gold 23.Other Victims of the Holocaust 24.St. Louis- Ship with Jewish Immigrants 25.What the Liberators saw. 26.Women and the holocaust 27.Holocaust Heroes 28.Death Marches 1.Hitler’s rise to power in Germany 2.Hitler Youth 3.Mein Kampf 4.Italy and Mussolini. 5.Japan before WWII 6.NAZI Beliefs 7.SA, SS, WS and Gestapo. 8.Pearl Harbor. 9.Allied Leaders/Generals/Axis Generals- Erwin Rommel 10.Munich Pact and German-Soviet Non- Aggression Pact 11.Jews in Germany before World War II (Kristallnacht and the Nuremberg Laws) 12.Lebensraum and Anschluss 13.Lebensborn 14.NAZI Propoganda- Joseph Goebbels 15.The Marshall Plan- (European Recovery Program) 16.Casablanca Conference 17.Yalta Conference 18.Potsdam Conference 19.Hiroshima 20.Nagasaki 21.Casualties of World War II 22.Germany- After the War and War Criminal- Nuremberg Trials 23.Death of Adolph Hitler 24.Death of Mussolini 25.Japan- After the War and War Criminals- Tokyo War Crimes Trial 26.Bataan Death March 27.Comfort women 28.U.S. POW’s in Germany and under Japanese control 1.El Alamein or Operation Torch 2.Dunkirk 3.Maginot Line 4.Battle of Britain- (Operation Sea Lion) 5.D-Day (Operation Overlord) 6.Battle of the Bulge 7.Leningrad, Stalingrad 8.The battleship the Bismarck or German U-Boats 9.Iwo Jima 10.Guadalcanal 11.Saipan 12.Leyte Gulf 13.Midway 14.Kamikaze 15.The Great Raid- Philippines 16.Doolittle’s Raid over Tokyo 17.U.S.S. Indianapolis, 18.Indian Code Talkers and Code Breakers 19.Weapons of WWII- V1, V2, Peenemunde, secret weapons, wonder weapons, and gas. 20.Tuskegee Airmen 21.Scrap drives and rationing in World War II 22.Internment of Japanese Americans (Executive Order 9066) 23.Women and World War II- “Rosie the Riveter” 24.Executive order Home front Propaganda in WWII- “Kilroy was here”, Posters, Bond drives, advertizing during the war, Dr. Seuss goes to war 26.Raising of the flag on Iwo Jima and what it meant back home 27.Wartime movie making 28.War time Profiteering- Truman Committee on War Profiteering.

8 Unit V – A Nation Facing Challenges ( )

9 10th American History 50’s + 60’s Power Point Presentation Name - ___________________________________ Date Due-_________________ Directions: We will spend four days in the Computer Lab researching World War II. Each day is planned out below. You will be adding to your American History Magazine power point as your final project. This project will be presented to the class. Topics- You will be given a number which corresponds to the topics on the topic sheet. You must get enough information to make at least 2 slides for each topic (at least 2 per day) Day 1- You will research over the assigned topics for the 50’s Day 2- You will research over the assigned topics for the 60’s Day 3- You will research over the assigned topics for either Korean War or the Vietnam War Day 4- Work day to put together the American History Magazine power point which must be saved in the public file under your class- Public on ‘ads’ (P:), High School, American History, Power Point- 10th American History, then your class. Cover Page- 1st slide of presentation- Be as creative as you can. –Title- 50’s and 60’s –Name and Class Period Individual Slides- –Must be legible, –Writing per slide can be no more than 4 lines with 4 words per slide. You will be able to use your notes for the presentation of your power point. –At least two slides per topic –You may import (cut and paste) only pictures Your presentation may last no more than 2 min. You must take notes every day in class. No downloading, no cut and paste. DO NOT COPY THIS REPORT- PUT IT IN YOUR OWN WORDS. You must hand in all of your notes when you have finished your presentation.. 50 points DAY 1: 50’s - worth 10 points DAY 2: 60’s- worth 10 points DAY 3: Korean War or Vietnam War - worth 10 points Cover Page = 5 points Creativity = 5 points Time limit of 2 min. maximum = 5 points Overall- coverage of information, notes and appropriate presentation = 5 points.

10 50’ + 60’s Project – American History Magazine Topics Assign each student a number at random 50’s60’s Korean War or Vietnam 1.Marshall Plan 2.NATO- in the 50’s 3.Cold War 4.Communist takeover in China 5.Fallout Shelters, Radiation and Nuclear Fallout- Civil Defense 6.The Iron Curtain 7.Truman Doctrine 8.Berlin Crisis and Airlift\ 9.G.I. Bill 10.Baby Boom 11.Levitown, Pennsylvania 12.McCarthy and the 2 nd Red Scare 13.HUAC- House Un-American Activities Committee and Richard Nixon 14.Alger Hiss 15.Julius and Ethel Rosenberg 16.Marshall Plan 17.NATO- in the 50’s 18.Cold War 19.Communist takeover in China 20.Fallout Shelters, Radiation and Nuclear Fallout- Civil Defense 21.Berlin Crisis and Airlift\ 22.Brown v. Board of Education, Topeka, Kansas. 23.Jackie Robinson 24.Little Rock Nine 25.Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott 26.Martin Luther King Jr. 1.Election of 1952/“Checkers Speech”- Richard Nixon 2.Brinksmanship/Massive retaliation 3.Warsaw Pact 4.Francis Gary Powers and the “U-2” incident 5.SEATO 6.Hydrogen bomb/Cold War Arms Race 7.Space Exploration of the 50's- Sputnik, Explorer I, NASA, 60’s Space Program and Moon landing, etc. 8.Military Industrial Complex/Interstate Highway system 9.Election of Bay of Pigs invasion 11.Cuban Missile Crisis 12.Peace Corps 13.JFK Assassination 14.LBJ’s War on Poverty 15.Great Society 16.Greensboro, North Carolina and the sit-in movement. 17.Freedom Riders 18.March on Washington 19.Freedom Summer and Crisis in Mississippi. 20.March to Selma 21.Black Panthers, Black Muslims and Malcolm X 22.Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. 23.Summer of Love Woodstock SDS- Students for a Democratic Society 26.Democratic National Convention – How did the war start 2.Syngman Rhee 3.Kim Il Sung 4.Task Force Smith 5.The UN Security Council and the Korean War 6.Gen. Douglas McArthur 7.Pusan Perimeter 8.Battle of Inchon 9.Chosin Reservoir 10.Firing of Genera.l McArthur 11.Panmunjom and the peace negotiations 12.The End of the Korean War 13.Korean War Memorial 14.Ho Chi Minh 15.Domino Theory 16.Dien Bien Phu 17.Ngo Dinh Diem/Vietcong- the National Liberation Front 18.Tonkin Gulf Incident and Resolution 19.Causes of the Vietnam War 20.Ho Chi Minh Trail 21.Vietnamization 22.Vietnamization 23.The Draft 24.Anti-War Movement 25.Tet Offensive 26.Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy

11 Unit VI – Looking Toward the Future (1968-Present)

12 10th American History 70’s, 80’s and 90’s Power Point Presentation Name - ___________________________________ Date Due-_________________ Directions: We will spend four days in the Computer Lab researching World War II. Each day is planned out below. You will be adding to your American History Magazine power point as your final project. This project will be presented to the class. Topics- You will be given a number which corresponds to the topics on the topic sheet. You must get enough information to make at least 2 slides for each topic (at least 2 per day) Day 1- You will research over the assigned topics for the 70’s. Day 2- You will research over the assigned topics for the 80’s. Day 3- You will research over the assigned topics for the 90’s. Day 4- Work day to put together the American History Magazine power point which must be saved in the public file under your class- Public on ‘ads’ (P:), High School, American History, Power Point- 10th American History, then your class. Cover Page- 1st slide of presentation- Be as creative as you can. –Title- 70’s, 80’, + 90’s –Name and Class Period Individual Slides- –Must be legible, –Writing per slide can be no more than 4 lines with 4 words per slide. You will be able to use your notes for the presentation of your power point. –At least two slides per topic –You may import (cut and paste) only pictures Your presentation may last no more than 2 min. You must take notes every day in class. No downloading, no cut and paste. DO NOT COPY THIS REPORT- PUT IT IN YOUR OWN WORDS. You must hand in all of your notes when you have finished your presentation.. 50 points DAY 1: 70’s- worth 10 points DAY 2: 80’s- worth 10 points DAY 3: 90’s - worth 10 points Cover Page = 5 points Creativity = 5 points Time limit of 2 min. maximum = 5 points Overall- coverage of information, notes and appropriate presentation = 5 points.

13 70’s, 80’s and 90’s Project – American History Magazine Topics Assign each student a number at random 70’s80’s90’s- Today 1.Vietnamization 2.Cambodian Incursion 3.Kent State Massacre 4.Weathermen 5.My Lai Massacre 6.Pentagon Papers 7.26 th Amendment 8.Peace in Vietnam 9.Khmer Rouge 10.War Powers Act 11.Betty Friedan 12.NOW 13.Roe. v. Wade 14.Equal Rights Amendment 15.Termination Policy 16.American Indian Movement 17.Alcatraz and Wounded Knee 18.Cesar Chavez 19.Hippie Culture 20.Nixon visits China 21.Oil Embargo 22.Watergate 23.Nixon Pardon 24.Camp David Accords 25.Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan 26.Iran Hostage Crisis 1.Ronald Reagan/ election of New Right 3.Jerry Falwell and the Moral Majority 4.Nancy Reagan and “Just Say No” 5.Reagan and PATCO 6.Reaganomics 7.Supply-side economics 8.Strategic Defense Initiative-SDI 9.Solidarity 10.INF Treaty 11.Victory in Grenada 12.South Africa and Apartheid 13.Iran-Contra Affair 14.Mikhail Gorbachev- glasnost, and perestroika 15.Fall of the Berlin Wall 16.End of the Soviet Union 17.Start I and II 18.Tiananmen Square Massacre 19.Operation Just Cause- Panama 20.Operation Desert Storm 21.Somalia 22.Space Shuttle program and Challenger 23.Savings and Loan Crisis 24.Sandra Day O’Conner 25.AIDS 26.Supreme Court battles over social issues of the 1980’s 1.Contract with America ’s terrorism 3.NAFTA 4.Yugoslavia 5.Clinton Impeachment Election 7.Dot-com industry collapse 8.No Child Left Behind 9.Sept. 11, Osama bin Laden 11.Al Qaeda 12.War in Afghanistan- Taliban 13.Department of Homeland Security 14.USA Patriot Act 15.War in Iraq- Operation Iraqi Freedom. 16.Information Technology 17.Genetic Engineering 18.Hurricane Katrina 19.Immigration policy of today 20.Women in the military 21.Environmental conservation 22.Health Care 23.The Economy of the United States today 24.Taxes 25.Crime and Public safety 26.Election of 2008


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