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Agenda December 1 Journal Wilson’s 14 points Concept Map Wilson’s 14 points and Allied Nations HW: Read Pages As you read take notes using the template suggested on page 647. Answer the check point questions on pages 649, 650 and 651 Journal: Advocate 1.(v) To argue in favor of something (Arnold advocated turning left at the stop sign even though everyone else thought we should turn right) 2. (n) a person who argues in favor of something ( In addition to wanting to turn left at every stop sign, Arnold was also a great advocate of increasing national defense spending) Based on your last reading about Wilson and the WWI use this word to describe the 14 points and different feelings about them.
How do the 14 points reveal Wilson’s Foreign Policy goals? Read through the 14 points (20 mins) With your group, Using the direction for the activity sheet, create a concept map. (20 mins) Use the Maps of Europe before and after the War to help you identify areas mentioned in the 14 points Discuss as a class: How do the 14 points reveal Wilson’s foreign policy goals?
How supportive of the 14 point’s were Allied Nations? Read the documents on your Activity Sheet. (10mins) Using these documents and Wilson’s 14 points answer the questions in the chart. (15 mins) Meet with the rest of your team at your table and decide how supportive the Allied nations were of the 14 points. Once you’ve circled your answer list the reasons why you chose that answer using evidence from the chart you filled out. (15 mins) Present to the class your findings (20mins)
Agenda Period 5 Current Event 14 points/Treaty of Versailles matching game Discussion Reflection
Directions Based on the card you receive move to different sides of the room One each side assemble yourselves in numerical order based on the article number on your card. The lowest number will go first. The Versailles team will read their card allowed The 14 points team will then decide whether or not their card connects in anyway to the card that was just read. If they are a match the students will right the pair on the board. If more than one person from the 14 points thinks theirs is a match, they will all be read and the class will decide which ne matches best. There will be some 14 points left over by the end of the game, you will write your answers separately on the board.
Discussion Which parts of the Fourteen Points were represented in the Versailles Treaty? Which parts of the Fourteen Points were deatl with only partially in the Treaty? If you were a supporter of the Wilsonian foreign policy, would you support the Treaty of Versailles? Why or Why not? Did the Versailles Treaty represen the fullfillment of Wilson’s fourteen Points, or their betrayal?
Reflection Wilson Said:“A victor’s peace would leave a sting, a resentment, a bitter memory upon which terms of peace would rest only as upon quicksand. Only a peace between equals can last.” Excerpt from Wilson’s speech to the Senate on January 22, 1917 (almost 2 years before the end of the war and 3 months before the United States entered the war.) Was the Versailles Treaty a “ Victor’s Peace” and a “Piece between equals”? What do you think will be the lasting results for Europe? The United States?