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As you come in, please silently review for your CIS quiz. You may not use your CIS or any notes on the quiz itself. Please label a piece of paper 1 – 15 and put your name, date and period on top. Please do not talk at this time Jan 13 HW: Finish your Vocabulary Word Map
CIS Quiz 1.This class includes the study of WWII. T/F 2.Name 5 social studies skills we will work on this year. 3.Our 6 Expected, School Wide Learning Results are: 4.Attendance can affect your grade. T/F 5.The Formal Notebook is worth approximately ___________% of your grade. 6.Grades are based on the percentage of points you earn out of the total possible. T/F 7.The lesson for what we do each day and all homework and downloads are located in which section of the web page? 8.A student is tardy if….. 9.If a student is absent what are three things they can do to get their work? 10. To turn in Late work a student must _____________________. 11.The 4 class rules are: __________________________________________. 12.Food is allowed in the classroom. T/F 13.Cell Phone and iPods are allowed in class only ________________________________. 14.Mrs. Caramagnos office hours are:____________________________________. 15.Four ways to get in touch with Mrs. Caramagno are____________________________.
Quiz Correction Procedure: Like this: 30/30 Perfect! or 26/30, 20/30, etc….. 1.Trade papers and sign your name after the words, Corrected by: 2.Correct Papers together. Put a slash through incorrect answers and write correct ones. 3.Add the number correct and multiply by 2. 4.Put this number at the top of the page over Hand the paper back to its owners so they can see how they did. 6.Everyone: Turn in corrected quiz to the Turn in box. Everything you turn in goes here!
1.True 2.(Any 5) studying, reading, listening, writing, researching, discussing, interpreting, collaborating with others, problem solving, presenting and computer literacy, using maps, charts and graphs. 3.* Critical Thinking Skills * Knowing How to Learn Skills* Problem Solving Skills * Creative Skills * Communication Skills * Computer Skills 4. True, Attendance is part of your grade 5.Notebooks make up about 15% of your grade 6.True, grades are based on a percentage of total points. 7.CWI Documents 8.Students are Tardy if not sitting in their desk when the bell rings 9.Absent students can call, text or e- mail Mrs. C, check the web page or ask a friend. 10.To turn in late work: Use a bonus point 11.Class Rules: Nothing Rude, Crude, Lewd or Nude 12.False, food is not allowed in class 13.Electronics are only allowed if you ask permission first. 14.Office Hours: Monday 2:30 – 4:30 15.Call her, her, come to her office hours, text her, stop in at lunch.
Notebook Set UpYou may use a spiral notebook or a binder Index- Continued 3A Index Page TitlePg. # Title Page 1A Index 2A – 3B CIS4A 2A Name Period Subject 1A 1B2B3B CIS 4A 4B Pages are numbered 1 A,B; 2 A,B and so on…. Name, Period and Subject Page 1A: Index Page 2A – 3B: CIS Page 4A: Write neatly and be careful about labeling pages. As we add things to the notebook, continue to add to your Index.
Helpful Notebook Info: Label Pages as we go. Add to your Index as we go. A sides are ALWAYS on the right side of the Notebook. B sides are ALWAYS the back of the page. Go on to C and D if you need to, but keep the page number. B sides are often blank. You can glue hw assignments or other papers you get back here. Papers too big for your notebook page? Fold them in half and just glue down the upper edge. Then you can fold them out again AND look at both sides. 6A Title Fold Glue upper back of paper only
Homework Policy Homework is given to prepare you for the next days lesson and to review what we have learned in class. You will use your homework on pop quizzes at the start of class or on in class activities. You will use homework to prepare for unit tests and writing assignments.
How Homework is Graded… Checked Off:Complete or Missing/Incomplete or no star Collected on due date (incomplete work receives an F grade) A, B, C, Inc.or +,, -, Inc. Collected with daily notes at the end of a unit in a unit packet
Vocabulary Word Maps Today we will be making Vocabulary Word Maps. You may remember these from last year, or you may have done something similar in the past. All Key Vocabulary will be done this way in this class. Well do the first one together
Word Map: AppeasementCopy this chart onto a piece of paper 1. Glossary Definition- The policy of granting concessions to potential enemies to maintain peace. Versions of the word: 2. Examples- give examples of the vocab word 3. Related Words- List words related to this concept 4. My Definition- Write a definition in your own words 5. Graphic- Draw a picture or symbol that represents this idea…
WordDefinitionPeople at Desk # Freedompolitical independence, liberty1A - 3B ConflictFighting between countries or groups of people 4A - 6B Genocidesystematic, planned annihilation (total destruction) of a racial, political or cultural group 7A – 8C Militarismstrong focus on the military establishment and war preparedness 9A – 10C Nationalismthe belief that people should be loyal to their nation; strong identification with ones nation 11A – 13B Fascisma totalitarian dictatorship, stressing nationalism and often racism 14A – 15B Directions: Look for your desk number and make a Vocab Word Map on your handout for that Review Vocabulary Word. The glossary definition has been provided for you.
As you come in, please trade vocabulary word maps with your pod and check their work. Look for the vocabulary word they did and make any necessary corrections. Their answers may not look exactly like these. Use your best judgement or ask for clarification/help. Please do not talk at this time Jan 15 WordExamplesRelated Words FreedomNot in jail, living in the USA, independence, right to make your own choices, turning 18, Life, Liberty, Statue of Liberty, Declaration of Independence, Voting, living your own life. ConflictIraq war, Vietnam, Middle East vs. USA and Europe, Democrats Vs. Republicans, Parent Vs. Child, Emotional problems Class conflict, war, arguments, fighting, disagreements, GenocideDarfur, Holocaust, Armenian Genocide, Rape of Nanking, Hutus and Tutsis, Bosnian Genocide, Native American Deaths with North American Colonization Ethnic cleansing, Hitler, blame, mass murder, race, segregation, Militarismpassion for guns and military discipline, Arms Race, Weapons of Mass Destruction, competition for most prepared for war Military rating, army, enthusiasm for weapons, tactics, uniforms and other military symbols, military state NationalismParades, national holidays, national anthem, flag, bird, etc. Celebrating ones nation and culture Pride in and loyalty to ones nation, dedication to your nation FascismHitler, Mussolini, Franco, Nazis, Italy, Spain and Germany in the 1930s – 1940s All decisions made for the good of the Country, little individual value, Militarism and Nationalism combined, control of public actions.
Now that we have a class set of great Vocab. Word Maps… 1. Trade word maps with someone who had a different word than you did. 2. Record the word map information for that word into your own Word Map onto your own piece of paper. You may get more paper as needed. 3. As soon as you are done, trade that card for a new one. 4. Make sure you get all 6 review words! When you have all six review words, staple them together and turn them in to the Turn In Box. HW: Finish your Above/Below the Surface Tree Questions and answers for Chapt. 15, Sec. 2 & 3
Above and Below the Surface Questions: Consider this tree… How do you know the roots are under the tree? There is the part that everyone can see easily because the tree grows so tall above the surface…. And there are the roots that you cant see at all because they are below the surface…. But you know they are there…
Above and Below the Surface Questions: This tree is also a symbol for things in life…. There is the part that everyone can see easily, the who, what, when and where of life. We call these Above the Surface Questions that get Above the Surface Information. And there are the parts of life that are just hinted at, that you have to figure out based on what you know….the why, how and what if of life. The could, would and should of life…We call these Below the Surface Questions, that get Below the Surface Information.
Above and Below the Surface Questions: Who What When Where How Why What If Could Would Should Draw this tree on Pg. 5A in your notebook and add the two boxes of questions….
Practice Above and Below the Surface Above the Surface: Please Draw a stick tree on Pg. 6A in your notebook. 1. With your pod, look at Chapt. 15, Sec. 2. Then look at the Chart labeled The Great Depression on pg Record facts and information that you find from these pages on pg. 6A in your notebook on the upper half of your paper (near the branches of your stick tree.) 3. Not sure what to write? Answer your Above the Surface Questions: WhoWhen WhatWhere 9 Bullet notes! Minimum for this section. Great Depression Info Financial Crisis Fact Great Depression Fact Weimar Republic Fact Post War Europe Info Great Depression Statistic
Practice Above and Below the Surface Below the Surface: No look at the roots of your stick tree… 1. With your pod, look at the information you have gathered in the Above the Surface part of your tree. 2. What connections can you find? 3. Can you identify any Cause and Effect relationships? 4. What Below the Surface questions can you answer with the info you have collected? How?Why? What if?Could? Would?Should? 5. Record some Below the Surface Questions in the roots of your tree and then answer them. You need 3! Q. How did inflation affect the savings of the average family? A. Families watched their life savings disappear as they paid 10 and 100 times the 1920 price for bread and other necessities. Inflation means money is worth less German Gov Prints money to pay debts Bread costs < 1 mark in 1918, 200 Billion Marks in 1923 Finish anything you have left over to do for Homework.
For Homework, please look at Chapt. 15, Sec. 3 on Fascism and record Above and Below the Surface information on Pg. 7A. Draw a Stick Tree and use the Model we did yesterday. Info Facts Statistics Facts Cause and Effect Relationships Connections Answer Questions: Who?What? When? Where? Answer Questions: How?Why? What If? Could? Should?Would?
Please do not talk at this timeJan 16 Get out your above and below the surface trees for the Great Depression and Fascism. Review your info! Do you know why these things are important? Unstable Democracies Inflation Weimar Republic Nationalism Dawes Plan Unemployment Kellogg-Briand Pact Great Depression Hitler New Deal German Territorial Claims Appeasement Nazis Stock Market Crash Mussolini Fascism HW: Finish your Fascist Armies on the Move Reading and Questions!
Great Depression/Fascism Pictionary You will be divided into 8 teams. Each team will get 2 or more main concepts from Chapter 15, Sec. 2 and 3. Together with your team, review EVERYTHING you know about your topics. Discuss in your group the significance of your topics. Why would I have picked them out? Why are they important? Now brainstorm ways you could visually represent your topics in a game of pictionary! What pictures, symbols or images would allow your classmates to figure out what your topic is?
Pictionary Rules: 1.No words 2.No numbers 3.No pointing or gestures 4.NO TALKING! Points given to the team that guesses the topic correctly and the team doing the drawing!
Directive Word:Pg. 8A Describe: Write about a subject so that it can be visualized. Make clear how it looks or how it occurred by providing revealing details. Activity: Find your partner (Match your puzzle piece to theirs) Describe this person so completely, we can tell who it is without knowing their name. Paint a picture with words of the person you are describing. You can include both visual things like what they look like, as well as what their personality is, their interests, their favorites and so on….
Now try it with History…. Use the tools below to describe one of the following: Odd numbered Desks: The Great Depression Even Numbered Desks: Fascism Do this one a half sheet of paper. Share with a friend. Tools: 1. List of adjectives on the next slide 2. Your notes on pages 6 and 7 in your notebook 3. Chpt. 15, Sections 2 and 3 in your book 4. The knowledge you have in your brain from last year
swiftancientmodernbittersweetsoft combative harsh cleverjealousdeadlyalert puny harshnoisy frantic high quality gianttinymassivehollow miniscule stunning careful expensivecheap fabuloushorriblewrongrightpoor bumpy desperatecruel painfulsolidjoyous hard working shallow soredangeroussafe firm wearysteep innovative delicious dulldrabdim sharp mellowcold aggressive wild fancyexcitedscaryfilthysuperiorlongshortstrong lazybitterhungrycrazysane alertattractive gigantic worriedfreshglowingbloodyvastlush unexpected tart averagegracefulplainunusuallightbetterterribledead sour properwoodenplasticbrillianthuge tremendous low melodicwhisperingshrillnarrowcrookedanxious enormous furious Adjectives to paint a picture of History for us….
Fascist Armies on the Move…. 1.Read your paper on the Spanish Civil War or The Italian Invasion of Ethiopia Person A:Read about the Spanish Civil War Person B:Read about the Italian Invasion of Ethiopia Person C:You choose! Read one or the other! 2.As you read Underline information you find that would help you answer these questions: A.What events or situations in these readings will make Germany/Italy so successful in WWII? B.What does the international communitys response to Germany/Italy tell those countries about what to expect? 3.Share the contents of your reading with your partner. Identify what the two readings have in common? Anticipate:What problems will Britain, France, or the USA face in WWII that Germany and Italy will not?
August 29 Please do not talk at this time. HW: Vocab word maps for Allied Powers, Axis Powers and Occupation. Possible vocabulary pop quiz next week. Allied Powers The group of nations (Great Britain, France, USSR, U.S.) that opposed the Axis Powers. Axis PowersThe group of nations (Germany, Italy, Japan) that opposed the Allied Powers. OccupationTaking and holding control of a place by military force As you come in, please write down your homework and then put your Below the Surface Sentences about Fascism on the board.
Directive Word: Pg. 11A Explain/Analyze/Account: Make the subject easyto understand by giving clear reasons and details. Show the below-the surface meaning. Practice:Turn to your partner and explain what your Freshman year was like. Make sure your partner really understands what you mean, specifically. Do not use dead words like nice, ok, good, bad, and so on….
Activity: Cookie Story Listen to the story about the German boy and his mother. Explain what the mother should do next. (Still on pg. 11B)
PPT on The Road to War… Start your notes on page 12A in your Notebook. Title your notes The road to war Please use the STAR Note Format (AKA Cornell Notes). You will use these notes later as a ore write for the short essays on the test for this unit, for your Battles Project and to study for the Final. Label these pages 12A, 12B, 12C… and so on. You can go back and update or add to your notes on line from the web page. This PPT will be posted for 1 week. Your MUST answer the questions in Green in your notebook. These will be graded when your notebook is collected. Write the question on the left side youre your paper and the answer on the right.
Name: Per. Notes Title: Headings, key words, vocabulary Questions: Notes, charts, drawings, lists, graphic organizers, definitions, etc… Answers! Summary: Top 5 pieces of Info for this page of notes STAR Notes Form
The Versailles Treaty Fails Germany loses Land Germany loses her Territories Germany is forced to pay over $30 Mil. in Reparations Germany gives up her Military Germany is blamed for the whole Disaster of WWI Versailles Treaty Review
The Stab-In-The-Back Theory German soldiers are dissatisfied. German soldiers are dissatisfied.
France – False Sense of Security? The Maginot Line Maginot Line- Heavy guns defend a piece of France
International Agreements Locarno Pact – 1925 France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy Guarantee existing frontiers Guarantee existing frontiers Establish DMZ 30 miles deep on East bank of Rhine River Establish DMZ 30 miles deep on East bank of Rhine River Refrain from aggression against each other Refrain from aggression against each other Kellogg-Briand Pact – 1928 Makes war illegal as a tool of diplomacy Makes war illegal as a tool of diplomacy No enforcement provisions No enforcement provisions
The Great Depression People are desperate Desperate people are unpredictable Unpredictable people can be unstable Unstable people make poor choices
A Weak League of Nations Nations in Black are NOT in the League of Nations
A Weak League of Nations Look who is IN the League of Nations! Germany Italy Japan
The Ineffectiveness of the League of Nations No Authority. No Authority. No Military. No Military. Members Make and Break Promises. Members Make and Break Promises. A. How are these things preventing the League from being effective?
U. S. Neutrality Acts: 1934, 1935, 1937, 1939 No backup for Europe
Italy Attacks Ethiopia, 1935 Emperor Haile Selassie loses to superior Italian technology and training
What will the USA do? Ethiopia begs the League of Nations for help… What will Europe do? What will the League of Nations do? NOTHING BUT TALK!
What effect will all this talk have on Hitler and Mussolini? Absolutely NONE! At this point, ACTION on the part of the European nations might have prevented Hitler and Mussolini from starting WWII. B. What decision by American President Bush in 2003 might have been inspired by this piece of History?
Fascists Fascists Royalists (people supporting the king) Royalists (people supporting the king) Anarcho-Syndicalists. Anarcho-Syndicalists. Basques. Basques. Catalans. Catalans. Communists. Communists. Marxists. Marxists. Republicans. Republicans. Socialists. Socialists. Anarcho-Syndicalists. Anarcho-Syndicalists. Basques. Basques. Catalans. Catalans. Communists. Communists. Marxists. Marxists. Republicans. Republicans. Socialists. Socialists. The National Front [Nationalists] The National Front [Nationalists] The Popular Front [Republicans] The Popular Front [Republicans] The Spanish Civil War:
The Spanish Civil War
The Spanish Civil War: A Dress Rehearsal for WW II Italian troops in Madrid Today, Spain: Tomorrow, The World
Guernica by Pablo Picasso C. What does this painting tell you about the nature of war in the 1930s?
What do your notes look like? As a class, put notes up on the board in STAR notes Form and compare….