Presentation on theme: "Open your books to pg. 551 and read the section titled Civil War in Nicaragua. Add info to your Map. Read the section titled The Super Powers Face Off."— Presentation transcript:
Open your books to pg. 551 and read the section titled Civil War in Nicaragua. Add info to your Map. Read the section titled The Super Powers Face Off in Afghanistan on pg. 553 and Afghanistan and the World on pg. 590. Add info to your map. Info from all these sections appear on the Test. You need this info as well as what we did in Lecture. Please do not Talk at this timeMarch 12 HW: Finish APPARTS for your Interview. Be ready to share your info on Friday. Due Monday- Chpt. 17, Sec. 5. Handout, Book Questions or Cornell Notes
Take a moment to review APPARTS (Churchills Speech Paper and on the board) and Explain (pg. 8A). AP PARTS Author: Who created the source? What do you know about the Author? What is the author s point of view? Place and Time: Where and when was the source produced? How might this affect the meaning of the source? Prior Knowledge: Beyond the information about the author and the context of its creation, what do you know that would help you further understand the primary source? For example, Do you recognize any symbols and recall what they represent? Audience: For whom was the source created and how might this affect the reliability of the source? Reason: Why was the source produced at the time it was produced? The Main Idea: What point is the source trying to convey? Significance: This one always comes with a focus question. Use the focus question to guide your answer about why the source is significant. Why is this source important? What inferences can you draw from this document?
Cold War Interviews These 6 interviews are with real people in the Cold War. Some are average individuals. Others are major players or leaders. Read your handout and as you read, underline things that would help you explain what Fighting in the Cold War was like. (What kind of weapons did people use? Where did they come from? Who used them? Who did they use them against? How did fighters get training? What was the experience of fighters and victims?) Then use the handout to do APPARTS on this reading. Significance Question: What does this reading reveal about what the Fighting in the Cold War was like.
For more help on using APPARTS on your interview Click the Folder called Cold War Interview Assign in the CWI Documents Folder And select the file Interview Lesson
Focus Question: What was the cold war Like? Set up a piece of paper like this… You can get these lines by folding your paper in half 4 times! Do NOT write on the back! In each box, put a different thing to describe what the fighting of the Cold War was like. Start with your own answers to Significance
Please do not Talk at this timeMarch 13 1. Look over your APPARTS for your Interview. 2.Think about how you would tell the story of your person to someone else. What parts of APPARTS would be the most important to share? 3.Look at what you have already recorded. What specifics, statistics, and details do you have? You will want to share these first as they are the most valuable. 3. Prepare what you will say about your reading. HW: Due Monday- Chpt. 17, Sec. 5. Handout, Book Questions or Cornell Notes
Now, find your group. Groups all have the same region (Vietnam, Afghanistan or Nicaragua) Have each group member present their interview information one at a time. As each person presents, Add more pieces of information to your chart explaining what the fighting in the Cold War was like…DO NOT WRITE ON THE BACK. Get more paper as needed! V V V V V NNNNNN V
1. Get out all the information you have gathered on your squares and Cut Them Out! 2.Now you have a pile of squares about the Cold War experience with a focus on your region. Organize them! A.With your partner, Come up with categories and put similar information in them. For example: You might put all the information about why people were fighting in a category named Ideology. Or… You might put all the information about what civilians suffered in a category named Civilian Experience. 3.Once you have all your information divided into categories, write them out (or glue them down together) on a piece of paper, so you can easily see what information goes into each category. Be ready to share out with the class. Today we Categorize! This is a pre writing tool!
International Weapons Deals Terrible Effects on Civilians Civilian Effects Weapons Civilian Effects Weapons Civilian Effects Make piles of cards that have similar topics. Glue piles down together and give them a title that describes what they have in common Examples of titles: Russian Soldiers life in Afghanistan Reasons to fight in the Nicaraguan Civil War Effects of War on Civilians
Go Over Cold War Paragraph Assignment This assignment is in the Cold War Interviews Folder of the Web Page.
Get out your papers with the cards glued down from last week. Look over your category titles. Which category has the best information and the richest facts and details? Choose your BEST category and circle it. HW: Chpt. 19, Sec. 3- Handout online or STAR Notes or Questions at the end of the Section. Due Thursday. Paragraph on Cold War Experience Due Tuesday, Typed. Please do not talk at this timeMarch 16
Focus Question: What was fighting the Cold War like? Answer this question in a single statement that uses your category title. This is your Thesis. Ex. Fighting of the Cold War created a brutal civilian experience. Write your thesis on the handout. Make sure it is something you can prove.
Put a sample thesis on the board. Put this example on the back of your sheet. What could we use to prove this? What would the explanation look like?
HW: Test Friday: Bring your Cold War Map! Please staple the following and turn them in: TYPED paragraph Paragraph work sheet Glued down boxes When you are done, get a Fall of Russia Handout. Please do not talk at this timeMarch 17 Happy St. Patricks Day!
The Fall of Communist Russia Use the handout to focus in on Key events, people and ideas from the end of the Communist Russia. These things appear on the test. Read the right hand column of the handout. In the left hand column, record key words or draw pictures or symbols for key events and ideas from the reading. Gorbachev Remember this famous Birthmark!
Video on the fall of communism… Add Perestroika, Glasnost and Demokratizatsia and their definitions to your map.
The Breakup of Soviet Satellite Countries: Please set up your paper like this: East GermanyComparisonPoland What was life like before independence? How was independence achieved? What did the newly independent government look like? Please do not talk at this timeMarch 19 HW: Test on Friday! Bring your Cold War Map to use and turn in!
Please check your map… Your Map should have… Iron curtain Foreign aid Marshal Plan Molotov Plan Truman Doctrine Multinational Alliances NATO Warsaw Pact Brinkmanship Berlin Blockade and Airlift Containment Cuban Missile Crisis Korean War Domino Theory Propaganda Proxy Wars Vietnam Civil War in Nicaragua Revolution in Afghanistan Espionage- U-2 Spy Plane Incident Berlin Wall Perestroika Glasnost Demokratizatsia
With a partner… Get a placard on how East Germany and Poland gained their independence from Russia with the fall of the Soviet Union. Read about each country and fill in the boxes on your chart. (left and right boxes) Finally, compare the two countries. What does their experience have in common? (middle box) Everyone needs their own paper but you and your partner can have the same answers!
Test review Bingo! Sign your own name on the middle square. Find someone who can answer one of the questions on your paper and get them to sign their name on that square. Try to get 5 in a row! Or a Postage Stamp (inside squares) or a Picture Frame (outside Squares) Bring me your card when you have 5 in a row!
Intro to the UN Our next unit will be a few days on the United Nations. Check out this quick video for an introduction to the UN.quick video