Presentation on theme: "Please do not talk at this timeFeb 11-12 On a half sheet of paper: Should you always support a friend no matter what he or she does? What are the long."— Presentation transcript:
Please do not talk at this timeFeb 11-12 On a half sheet of paper: Should you always support a friend no matter what he or she does? What are the long term consequences of refusing to help a friend?
Get out your White Mans Burden paper and your Question Answers… How is this poem related to Social Darwinism? How does Kipling use Sarcasm in this poem? Do you think Kipling believes in Social Darwinism? Defend your answer! What is Kipling trying to say with this poem?
Does anyone have a poem they would like to share?
The World Before WWI… Today we will do a simulation of the state of the world before WWI to see if WWI was unavoidable.
Simulation Directions: First, find your group and get a packet on your country. Read your packet and fill out your chart for Your Country ONLY. Make sure to include information from your World Summary page also! Now, on one piece of paper for your group, write down the following: –A List of the things Your Country wants in the upcoming negotiations. –A list of your Friends (public and secret) –A list of your Enemies Get this paper checked off by me!
Start Negotiations Negotiation Rules: –You may not make a treaty with an enemy. –You may not make a treaty with the Friend of an enemy. –You may not betray a treaty. –You may end a treaty if you check with me first and identify the consequences. –You may make treaties with Friends or Neutral Parties if you check with me first (I know the secret alliances) Your Goal: Get what you Want! Dont go to War!
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