Presentation on theme: "WWI & WWII Summary After you have titled one side of the paper WWI 1914-1918 and the other side WWII 1941-1945 place the following titles one in each quadrant."— Presentation transcript:
WWI & WWII Summary After you have titled one side of the paper WWI 1914-1918 and the other side WWII 1941-1945 place the following titles one in each quadrant on both sides: Events, People, Terms, & Summary (like before) for each unit you must include the following 10 Key Events 10 Key People 10 Key Terms be sure to include totalitarianism, dictatorship, & facism Summary: Characteristics that define that era. A Min of 4 sentences 10 MIN TOPS FOR EACH UNIT!!!! You know what to do don’t play around.
WWI & WWII: Group Q&A NEXT… Each group will use their Unit summary sheets to complete the Group Q &A. Title each section you will answer the questions over on the butcher paper (A Change In Leadership, … etc.) Answers the questions 1-4 thoroughly. You can decide on how you want to organize your answers on your butcher paper as well. #5 is done on your own, in your spiral. Record question and answers in your spiral. Make sure your group name is on the back of the butcher paper. If you didn’t finish writing in your spiral (which you should) then it’s homework! Take a picture of what you did on the butcher paper so you can record what you did in your spiral. Don’t share with other groups. It will be obvious-= Honor Code! I will be checking for these in your spiral on Monday as part of your grade and we will talk together about your answers. We will glue the rest of the work you will get back into your spirals at that time.
WWI & WWII Group Q & A on Butcher Paper A Change In Leadership 1. Why might average, good people support a leader who is dangerous? Why do you think people supported German, Italian, and Soviet dictatorship Americans Involvement 2. Compare Americans involvement in both wars. What do you think might lead America’s direct involvement in any conflict? Alike or Different? 3. Pick 3 events, 3 people, 3 terms and explain how they are alike and how they are different. You may be able to combine more than just 3 together. (HINT: Think of it in terms of a political, military, geography, social, or economic events.) 4. Then you will rank the events, people, and terms (as a group not separately) from most important to least important and explain why. If Art Could Talk (On your own) 5. Choose any political cartoon, artwork, or propaganda poster from WWII and sketch it into your spiral. Then explain what the person would likely say. Be sure to support your interpretation with evidence from the artwork.