2 POP QUIZ: Please do not talk at this time….. Sept. 5 Using your homework from last night, please answer the following on a piece of paper.1. Give a clear historical example of appeasement from the 1930’s.2. All the following countries posed a threat to the League of Nations except:A. Great Britain C. ItalyB. Japan D. Germany3. As part of his dream of building a great Italian Empire once more Mussolini invaded:A. Somalia C. EritreaB. Libya D. Ethiopia4. During the Spanish Civil War, Italy and Germany did all of the following except:A. Earned a powerful allyB. Gave Franco weapons and suppliesC. Fought against the FascistsD. Practiced their fighting skills5. The region of Asia invaded by the Japanese in 1931 was _______
3 Please trade papers and sign your name under “Corrected By:” Please make corrections to the quiz. Put a line through incorrect answers. Then write the correct answer.1. Possible answers: The league of nations allowing Hitler to occupy the Rhineland, Austria or the Sudetenland. Mussolini allowed to invade Ethiopia.2. A3. D4. C5. Manchuria
4 Please answer the following on a piece of paper. Please do not talk at this time… Jan 26Vocab Quiz:Please answer the following on a piece of paper.1. Describe a clear historical example of appeasement from the 1930’s.2. These Countries made up the Axis Powers:________________3. Three historical examples of Genocide are________________4. Some things you might do if you had a strong sense of Nationalism are:5. This imageIllustrates the concept of ____________?
5 Please trade papers and sign your name under “Corrected By:” Please make corrections to the quiz. Put a line through incorrect answers.1. Possible answers: The league of nations allowing Hitler to occupy the Rhineland, Austria or the Sudetenland. Mussolini allowed to invade Ethiopia.2. Japan, Germany and Italy (must have all three)3. Any three of the following: Darfur, Holocaust, Armenian Genocide, Rape of Nanking, Hutus and Tutsis, Bosnian Genocide, Native American Deaths with North American Colonization4. Answers should show great pride in one’s culture and country.5. Militarism
6 Share out Descriptive paragraphs on the Japanese Invasion of China
7 Appeasement: The Munich Agreement, 1938 Please add these notes to the bottom of your notes handoutHow does Europe and the League of Nations respond to these aggressions?Appeasement: The Munich Agreement, 1938(If we give Hitler a cookie, Czechoslovakia, he will calm down and stop invading people!)British Prime Minister Neville ChamberlainNow we have “peace in our time!” Herr Hitler is a man we can do business with.
8 Czechoslovakia Becomes Part of the Third Reich: 1939 What is going on with this woman?Is she happy or sad about Czechoslovakia being handed over to the Germans in the Munich Agreement?Why is she giving the Nazi salute?
9 The Nazi-Soviet Non-Aggression Pact, 1939 Foreign Ministers von Ribbentrop & Molotov
10 Please take these notes on a separate piece of paper you set up like this You will need to write a short version of the questions in Green before you answer them.Name:Per.Notes Title: WWII BeginsHeadings, key words, vocabularyQuestions:Notes, charts, drawings, lists, graphic organizers, definitions, etc…Answers!Summary: Top 5 pieces of Info for this page of notes
12 Blitzkrieg [“Lightening War”] Poland Attacked: Sept. 1, 1939First look at the Invasion Arrows…What do they tell you?Where is THIS arrow coming from?!?Who is helping the Germans win in Poland?Why would they do that?Blitzkrieg [“Lightening War”]
13 What is this Blitzkrieg? Please do not talk at this time Jan 27HW: Posters due Friday (will be worked on in class Thursday)Chapter 16, Sec. 2 Cornell Notes, Section Questions or Online Handout due Monday.What is this Blitzkrieg?A military strategy to win warA massive technologically advanced attackPsychological warfareWatch the Video and record evidence of each of these things in your notes…Use the new video clip to help you complete your notes…
17 What to do?Britain and France declare they WILL have war with Germany if the Germans don’t withdraw Right NOW! (Who does this sound like?)Based on Germany’s experience with countries like Britain and France what do you think will happen?Germany does not withdraw. In fact, they ignore the British and refuse to answer them.Britain declares war on September 3rd, 1939.Unfortunately Britain and France are not ready to fight. They must raise, equip, train and position their armies. That takes time…..
18 And Then….. The Phony War: Not much happens between invasion of Poland (Sept 1939) and April 1940.Everyone wonders if Hitler has finally had enough cookies.France re-enforces the Maginot Line and some ships get sink in the Atlantic.Then…. Lightning Strikes again!Hitler and Mussolini- Just Good Friends
19 Mussolini and HitlerJune 1940, Italy declares war on Great Britain and France
20 Blitzkrieg, 1940Hitler, His army trained, experienced and well supplied with advanced weapons and machines, attacks everywhere at once!April 9th - Norway and DenmarkMay 10th – Belgium and the NetherlandsMay 13th- France
21 Destruction in France Civilian centers burned to the ground! Jews, Gypsies, and others rounded up to be sent back to Germany for execution!Maginot Line completely ignored!The combined French, British, and Belgian Armies on the run!
22 Dunkirk Evacuated June 4, 1940 Allied soldiers chased all the way to the seaEvery seaworthy vessel in England mobilized for the rescueHitler almost wins the day that June, but enough soldiers are rescued to keep fighting the war.
23 Hitler meets with Gen. Petain of France as France begins armistice talks
25 A Divided France“Vichy France becomes the lapdog of Hitler and Germany. They do what they are told.Henri Petain Leads the new Vichy government.He means to save as much of France as possible.
26 General Charles DeGaulle The French ResistanceNeither Free nor actually in France, DeGaulle leads the Resistance (from England), making spies and saboteurs out of everyday Frenchmen and women. The citizens, still in France, smuggle in supplies from the Allies and disrupt the Germans whenever and wherever possible.The Free FrenchGeneral Charles DeGaulleWhat would we call a small group of people attacking an unpopular government and blowing things up with small home made weapons today? So, what makes these people different?
27 Rome-Berlin-Tokyo Axis: The Tripartite Pact September, 1940
29 U. S. Lend-Lease Act, 1941Great Britain $31 billion Soviet Union $11 billion France $ 3 billion China $1.5 billion Other European $500 million South America $400 million The amount totaled: $48,601,365,000
30 Lend-LeaseBrilliant!US Economic Strategy- Lend money to other countries and then sell them supplies and weapons. US makes money selling goods AND makes money when the loans are paid back.
34 The London “Tube”: Air Raid Shelters during the Blitz
35 What effect did Germany expect this type of warfare to have? With the Battle for Britain, Germany intentionally targeted Civilians in their homes and not just military targets.What effect did Germany expect this type of warfare to have?
36 King and Queen visit Londoners After the Blitz Elizabeth refused to leave England despite being advised to travel to safety in Canada by the Cabinet. "The princesses would never leave without me, and I couldn’t leave without the King, and the King would never leave," she said. Buckingham Palace even took a direct hit during the height of the bombing although luckily no-one was hurt.
37 The Royal Air ForceOutnumbered, Outgunned, Out Manned: British Pilots (with a few Polish, American and Canadian friends) Defend their Homeland…
40 APPARTS- Churchill’s Dunkirk Speech Please do not talk at this time Jan 29HW: Posters due Monday (will be worked on in class part of Friday)Chapter 16, Sec. 2 Cornell Notes, Section Questions or Online Handout due Monday.APPARTS- Churchill’s Dunkirk SpeechRead the speech and fill in the boxes for each piece of information.We are analyzing a primary source with this method.Use the focus question to answer How the Source is Significant.
41 What effect does the Battle of Britain ACTUALLY have on the people of England?
42 The Atlantic CharterRoosevelt and Churchill sign treaty of friendship in August 1941.Solidifies alliance.Fashioned after Wilson’s 14 Points.Calls for League of Nations type organization.
43 WWII Battle Posters Project Please see the folder with the same name for all the documents you need for this project…The State standards ask us to cover every major battle in WWII. These battles are heavily represented on my tests and state tests. We will be working with this information by making Posters on each significant battle.You will work in groups and everyone will have a specific job to do. You will be graded for your own work only on this assignment so make sure to label everything you do VERY Carefully. I am not accepting late work on this assignment as we must present the posters on Friday. If it isn’t on the poster by Friday for the class to read, there isn’t much point in doing it.If you think you will be gone Friday, your assignment to me by Thursday night.
44 4 Jobs- Job A C grade Person A Job Paragraph Summary on what led to the Battle, how it started and how it went after that. Typed.Map of the region where the battle took place or of the action of the battle itself.
45 Job B- C grade Person B Job Paragraph Summary on what happened next, how the Battle ended and who won. Typed.Chart or Graph showing the casualties or gains and losses of the battle
46 Job C- C grade Person C Job Paragraph on Why the Battle is Significant or How the Battle was a Turning Point in the War. Typed.Title for the Poster including the Battle Name, Date and Who was fighting on each side4 Questions that can be answered by reading your poster. These questions should reveal the most important information about the Battle. 2 of them should be Below the Surface How/Why questions.
47 Job D- C grade Person D Job Paragraph in the form of a Letter from a soldier or civilian in the battle telling a loved one what it was like. Typed. Handwriting font is ok.Timeline of the main events in the battle
48 To get a B grade or A grade… You must do more…. All Group Members (anyone can do these): Pictures, Drawings, Art and LABELS for Everything!You may get your pictures on-line. You will need to print them yourself. You must verify they are of the correct subject/battle/time period. Accuracy counts a great deal. You may do your own art or find art from this period that applies to the Battle.You MUST label everything. Tell me what it is: summary, map, chart of casualties, etc…and put your name on your work or it will not be graded.Posters MUST also be: Readable, Colorful, Clear, Correct, and Complete.
49 Mrs. Caramagno’s Guide to Awesome Posters ACORN PostersAccurateClear and CompleteOrganizedReadableNeat
50 Accurate Make sure all the information on your poster is Accurate Don’t paste pictures of WWI on your WWII poster!Make sure you double check your facts before you put them down.Have a team mate proof read your work to catch the silly mistakes you just can’t see.
51 GoodHitler, the leader of the Axis Powers, handed over the command of his desert armies to General Rommel.BadHitler, the leader of the Allies, handed over the command of his desert armies to General Patton.
52 Clear and CorrectUse proper English, complete sentences and correct grammar and spellingNothing makes you look less of an expert than a poorly crafted sentence, bad grammar and incorrect spelling!Label EVERYTHINGDon’t make your readers guess at what they are reading or looking at!
53 GoodThe Battle of El Alamein- Leaders: Hitler, the leader of the Axis Powers, handed over the command of his desert armies to General Rommel.BadEisenhower, the leader of the Allies, hnded over the running of his dessert armies to Claude Auchinleck.Erwin Rommel
54 Organized Code Information Put things that go together near each other Help your readers identify what they are looking at and what goes together with color codes, numbering, bullets or other indicators.Put things that go together near each otherGive your poster some flow.You might be organizing chronologically, by topic, by importance, etc… just make sure there is some reason for why information is placed as it is on your poster.
55 Easily identifiable Question Clear titleColor coding linking question and location of answerBelow the Surface Question:The End of the Battle of El AlameinBy the end of the Battle of El Alamein, Rommel had……blah, blah, blah,…. blah, blah, blah,…. blah, blah, blah…blah, blah, blah,…. blah…blah, blah, blah,…. blah…blah, blah, blah,…. blah…blah, blah, blah,…. Answer blah…blah, blah, blah,…. blah…blah, blah, blah,…. blah…blah, blah, blah,…. Answer to the Below the Surface Question blah, blah, blah,…. blah, blah, blah…blah, blah, blah,…. blah…blah, blah, blah,…. blah…blah, blah, blah,…. blah…blah, blah, blah,…. Answer blah…blah, blah, blah,…. blah…blah, blah, blah,…. blah…blah, blah, blah,….
56 The Significance of the Battle A Letter from a Soldier GOODBattle Title and InfoASQBSQASQThe Start of the BattleThe Significance of the BattleA Letter from a SoldierBSQChart of deaths in this battle by sideThe End of the BattleTimeline
57 BADBSQThe End of the BattleASQASQBSQThe Significance of the BattleThe Start of the BattleA Letter from a SoldierTimelineBattle Title and Info
58 ReadableTypePrintMake your letters Large enough to read from a distanceMake your pictures large enough to see detail
59 GoodHitler, the leader of the Axis Powers, handed over the command of his desert armies to General Rommel.BadHitler, the leader of the Axis Powers, handed over the command of his desert armies to General Rommel.Hitler, the leader of the Axis Powers, handed over the command of his desert armies to General Rommel.
60 Neat Take care with your work Blotches and messy glue imply your thinking is messy too.Random images/colors/glitter etc can be confusing to your reader.Keep your work uncluttered. Make sure everything on your poster is important to understanding.
61 Please do not talk at this time Jan 30 HW: Posters must be done by Monday. Chapter 16, Sec 2 due Monday. Your choice of Cornell Notes, online handout or section questions 1-8.Be an Anthropologist!As you look at these items, think about what they reveal about this period in History. All of them are from London during the Battle of Britain, known as the London Blitz.On pg. 9A in your notebook, answer this question:Based on these items, what was life like for the average British Londoner during this time? What can you find out?
62 Friday, Jan 30 Continue to work on Posters. Finish pasting all parts to your poster and label all work by the end of class.Be ready to read posters when you come in on Monday.
63 Let us Pause and make some comparisons Let us Pause and make some comparisons. Get out your Comparison Matrix from yesterday. Using your notes so far and Chpt. 16, Sec. 1 in your book, as well as any prior knowledge, fill out WWII side of the Comparison Matrix. Then see if you can identify some things each side has in common. Put
64 Please do not talk at this time Sept 6 Please update your notebook Index and prepare notebooks for Friday Notebook Index: Pg. 1A Name, Per., Class Pg. 2A-3B Index Pg. 4A CIS (Signed) Pg. 5A Clock Partners Pg. 6A Appeasement Pg. 7A, B, C… Word Maps- Review Words Pg. 8A Above/Below Tree Pg. 9A Depression Tree Pg. 10A Fascism Tree Pg. 11A Directive Words Pg. 11B Cookie Story Response Pg. 12A, B, C… Road to War STAR notes Ques. A - K Pg. 13A Axis Aggression Map Pg. 14A Start of WWII STAR Notes HW: Notebooks Due Friday Pts All other papers should be glued into the back of your Notebook or kept in a folder. DO NOT throw anything away.Please do not talk at this time Sept 6Then… Sign up on the board for a group to do one of WWII’s Battles in a Group Project Get out your homework to be checked off.
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