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1 May – Bell Ringer FIRST, turn in any homework to the bin in the front of the room. SECOND, pick up an Edusoft sheet from the front table. THIRD, get quiet! I am not timing you, but the test is running on a timed script. This screen will change about one minute after the bell. 1分1分

2 Pop Quiz! If you have been absent any days this week, please “I was not here every day this week.” underneath question number 6. Take everything off of your desk except for a pencil to write with. You may not use your notes on this quiz. You will have ONE minute to read and answer the first five questions. You will have three minutes to answer the last question.

3  Do not write near these boxes.  The slides will advance automatically every minute.  You will have one question per slide for the first five slides. (5 questions, 5 minutes) You will have five minutes for the last slide.  Are you ready? Please indicate that we can begin by putting your hands over your ears and staring at the teacher. When everyone is doing this, I will press the space bar.

4 #1 A person from which country would be more likely to feel the Treaty of Versailles was unfair? A. France B. Germany C. Great Britain D. Italy

5 #2 Who would be most likely to support socialism? A. a noble B. a worker C. a dictator D. a capitalist

6 #3 Who controlled Germany in the 1930s and 1940s? A. Czar Nicholas II B. Lenin C. Stalin D. Hitler

7 #4 What happened as a result of the American stock market crash of 1929? A. World War I began B. World War II began C. The Russian Revolution began D. The Great Depression began

8 #5 What was a direct cause of World War II? A. The invasion of Poland by Germany B. Germany’s takeover of Czechoslovakia C. The bombing of Pearl Harbor by the Japanese D. The murder of the Archduke Francis Ferdinand

9 #6 Answer in this question in 2 complete+ sentences. Write in the space below question 6 on your paper. These questions are worth five points in all. If you leave it blank or write IDK, you will get 0 points. Which social program was most responsible for promoting growth of fascism in Europe in the 1920s? How did that social program promote fascism?

10 TIME’S UP! Screen changes in two minutes. Turn your quiz into the front bin on the table. Get out a sheet of paper, head it with your first and last name, today’s date, and the period that you have world history. Title the paper “People of World War II.”

11 People of World War II AGENDA 1.Quiz Pages (Bell Ringer) 2.World Wars Quick Quiz 3.People of World War II Anne Frank Eleanor Roosevelt Franklin Roosevelt Vera Lynn Winston Churchill THIS SCREEN CHANGES IN 2 MINUTES. Fold your paper like a hot dog and then like a hamburger. You should have four boxes to write in. As you watch each video, make sure you take notes about each person in a different box. Your notes should have who the people was, what they are most famous for, and how they are related to World War II.

12 Anne Frank Who was she? What is she most famous for? What did she do in World War II?

13 Eleanor Roosevelt Who was she? What is she most famous for? What did she do in World War II?

14 Franklin Delano Roosevelt Who was he? What is he most famous for? What did he do in World War II?

15 Vera Lynn Who was she? What is she most famous for? What did she do in World War II?

16 Winston Churchill Who was he? What is he most famous for? What did he do in World War II?

17 Winston Churchill Who was he? What is he most famous for? What did he do in World War II?

18 Pick one of the people you saw a video clip about. On the back of your paper in the last box, pretend to be that person and write a five sentence (or more) journal entry during World War II. Did you miss anyone? Can you get anymore information from the textbook? When you are done, raise your hand if you’d like to share.


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