Presentation on theme: "Wednesday 3/14/12 No RAP Get your notes in order for the note check. Please get out a piece of paper –Title it –WWII Test When you are finished please."— Presentation transcript:
Wednesday 3/14/12 No RAP Get your notes in order for the note check. Please get out a piece of paper –Title it –WWII Test When you are finished please take it to my desk and get your notes out. Thank you. Please read Ch. 17.1 –Title notes---Ch. 17.1 The Cold War Begins
Monday 3/25/13 RAP –How was your spring break? Did you do anything fun? –What impact did WWII have on the Soviet Union? Explain. –What two countries were the dominant powers after WWII? Today: –Finish taking notes on Presidents Truman, Eisenhower, and Kennedy –European ruins video clip 6 minutes –Begin reading and taking notes on Ch. 17.1—Cold War begins. –Map of Post War Europe
EUROPE Post WWII EUROPE Post WWII -- compare with map on page 565
Title: The Cold War Begins Ch. 17.1: 562-568 Please read and take notes on these terms and events in relation to the Cold War. –Yalta meeting- Who?, Where? When? What was the outcome? –Potsdam meeting- Who? where? When? What happened? Compare Yalta and Potsdam meetings –Containment- what does it mean? – Iron Curtain- Who? What? Cold War is Declared –Cold war – what is it? Who? –Truman Doctrine– Why? Who? How much? –Marshall Plan- Who was Marshall? What was it? Be able to answer these questions. – What did the Soviets want post WWII? –What did the U.S. want post WWII? –What was the purpose of the United Nations? –Who did the Marshall plan help?