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1.Warm Up Week 11 2.Cornell Notes: Ch 14 Section 2 Part 1: The Axis Advances (pg 12) 3.Q/S for C-Notes 4.Wrap Up Questions and Summary for C Notes Turn in your Ticket out the door from Tues if you have not. World Leader Project is Due 4/14 (Monday) Last Day to turn in Extra Credit is TOMORROW! Eagles: Help your Eaglets!! Next Slide 10.8 Students analyze the causes and consequences of WWII.
1.Warm Up Week 11 2.Cornell Notes: Ch 14 Section 1: The Axis Advances 3.Q/S for C-Notes 4.Wrap Up: Due Today Turn In Extra Credit Questions and Summary for C Notes Turn in your Ticket out the door from Tues if you have not. World Leader Project is Due 4/14 (Monday) Eagles: Help your Eaglets!! Next Slide 10.8 Students analyze the causes and consequences of WWII.
10.8 Students analyze the causes and consequences of WWII. Compare the German, Italian, and Japanese drives for empire in the 1930s, including the 1937 Rape of Nanking, other atrocities in China, and the Stalin-Hitler Pact of Words of Wisdom: Never, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, give up. Never give up. Never give up. Never give up.”~Winston Churchill Warm Up: Week 11 2.Table of contents 3.Pass Back work Part 1: Cornell Notes 5.Wrap Up Current Event # Vocab Due Friday Planner Check Fri. Eagles/Eaglets Place the following in chronological order: Nazi-Soviet Pact Spanish Civil War Rape of Nanjing Germany invades Poland. Japan attacks Pearl Harbor Treaty of Versailles
Pg 495: Place in Chronological Order Japan attacks Pearl Harbor Germany Surrenders Japan Surrenders D-Day Invasion Germany invades Poland Germany invades the Soviet Union
Correct order Germany invades Poland Germany invades the Soviet Union Japan attacks Pearl Harbor D-Day Invasion Germany Surrenders Japan Surrenders
Warm-Up Who usually wins a war? Why? Explain your answer. 65 words minimum, use complete sentences
EQ: Which regions were attacked and occupied by the Axis powers and what was life like under their occupation?
Today’s Standard 10.8 Students analyze the causes and consequences of World War II. 3. Identify and locate the Allied and Axis powers on a map and discuss the major turning points of the war, the principal theaters of conflict, key strategic decisions, and the resulting war conferences and political resolutions, with emphasis on the importance of geographic factors.
Today’s Objectives Identify and discuss the immediate causes of World War II by taking Cornell notes and class discussion. Identify the main theaters of conflict in WWII and explain the significance of each area by taking Cornell notes and participating in class discussion.
Axis and Allies Germany Adolf Hitler Italy Benito Mussolini Japan Emperor Hirohito Prime Minister Tojo Great Britain - Winston Churchill France Charles de Gaulle Soviet Union (USSR) Joseph Stalin
Blitzkrieg (lightening War ) invasion of Poland – Sept. 1, Germany Sparks New European War
Sept. 3, Britain & France declare war “Phony War” – 7 month calm Germany invades Denmark & Norway in April 1940; both surrender Germany Sparks New European War
One People, One Empire, One Leader!
The Battle for France Germany sweeps through Holland, Belgium, & Luxembourg France invaded - May 1940 Allied troops escape from Dunkirk Italy joins Germany & declares war on France & Britain - June 10 France surrenders - June 22
Summer 1940 – May 10, 1941 Britain stands alone against Nazis RAF’s 2,900 planes to Nazis 4,500 The Battle of Britain:
Sept. cities are bombed (London) Britain’s advantages: radar & Enigma Hitler calls off attacks Allies learn: Hitler’s advances could be blocked The Battle of Britain
Germany & Italy attack N. Africa They want Oil & Egypt (British) Mediterranean Fighting
Erwin Rommel the “desert fox” led German forces. Pushed British back across the desert to Cairo.
Hitler takes Balkans in April 1941– Yugoslavia & Greece The Eastern Front
10-year nonaggression pact with Stalin (U.S.S.R.) – Aug. 23, 1939
The Eastern Front Hitler invades U.S.S.R. – June 1941 Hitler penetrates 500 miles while Soviets “slash & burn”
The Eastern Front Leningrad & Moscow repel Nazis 1 million Russians die 500,000 German soldiers lost
Wrap Up Who usually wins a war? Why? Explain your answer. use complete sentences