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1 Please do not talk at this timeOct 28 HW: Afghan Paragraph due Friday! Soviet Reforms due Tuesday. Cold War Test Monday. Packet Due also Please get out your Cold War Notes and get a handout from the front of the room, Soviet Reforms- Pg. 49A/B

2 To be Collected Monday Chapter 17.1 Cornell Notes- Pg 36A Cold War DBQ- Pg 37A Cold War Map and Lecture Notes- Pg 40A Korean War DBQ- Pg 43A/B Cuban Missile Crisis Mini DBQ- Pg 44A/B Soviet Reforms Pg 48A/B End of the Cold War DBQ, Pg 49A

3 Due Friday – Cold War paragraph – Your Rubric – Your soldier/peasant comparison chart.

4 By the 1970s and 80s … The Superpowers are Tired of War…. After fighting in Afghanistan and Vietnam, both the US and the USSR were tired of war, both were facing huge debt from spending money on the cold war and both were afraid an accident might happen with nuclear weapons. They began the policy of Détente: An easing of cold war tensions, led by US president Nixon.

5 Détente: An easing of cold war tensions in the 1970s Begun by President Nixon Follows Khrushchev's De-Stalinization program where he tried to erase Stalin from Russian history and got rid of most of Stalins programs. Add this to your Lecture Notes

6 Mikail Gorbachev- Russias new President Gorbachev sees how much trouble the USSR is in and begins the changes that will end both the Cold War and the Soviet Union. Remember this famous Birthmark!

7 The Fall of Communist Russia Soviet Reforms Handout- Pg. 48A/B 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. Directions: Close Reading Practice. First Use three different colors to highlight Social, Political and Economic information in this reading. As you read, identify each category and highlight the info in the appropriate color. Then, Read pgs and add NEW information to the space on the left. Next, answer the question at the bottom of the back page. Finally, go back over all these notes and put a star next to the most important information.

8 Perestroika- a restructuring of the Soviet economy to permit more local decision making and individual control of business. Glasnost- Soviet policy of openness to the free flow of ideas and information Demokratizatsia- Democratization or the process used to make a government more democratic Add Perestroika, Glasnost and Demokratizatsia and their definitions to your Cold War Notes.

9 Détente Ends With Reagan He poured money into defense spending to build new military weapons and attack vehicles. The Russian economy cant keep up, and the USSR spends more and more of the money meant for its people on its own military. The USSR runs out of money first. President Reagan was a fierce anti communist. Reagans Ray Gun

10 The Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI): Star Wars "The weapons required included space- and ground-based nuclear X-ray lasers, subatomic particle beams, and computer-guided projectiles fired by electromagnetic rail gunsall under the central control of a supercomputer system. By using these systems, the United States planned to intercept intercontinental ballistic missiles while they still flew high above the Earth, minimizing their effects. At the end of the Strategic Defense Initiative, thirty billion dollars had been invested in the program and no laser and mirror system was ever used, not on land, not in space.

11 Please do not talk at this timeOct 29 HW: Afghan Paragraph due Friday! Cold War Test Monday. Packet Due also Please get a Packet from the front of the room, Pg 50A- Cold War Ends DBQ

12 To be Collected Monday Chapter 17.1 Cornell Notes- Pg 36A Cold War DBQ- Pg 37A Cold War Map and Lecture Notes- Pg 40A Korean War DBQ- Pg 43A/B Cuban Missile Crisis Mini DBQ- Pg 44A/B Soviet Reforms Pg 49A/B End of the Cold War DBQ, Pg 50A

13 Due Friday – Cold War paragraph – Your Rubric – Your soldier/peasant comparison chart.

14 The End of the Soviet Union This DBQ covers several causes for the Collapse of the Soviet Union. As you read, decide what you think the TWO main causes of the collapse of the Soviet Union are, based on what you ALREADY know and what the Documents say. Answer the packet questions on your handout to help you focus on each documents. Then answer the Big Question on a separate paper, typed or neatly printed.

15 Regions in color are part of the USSR, but considered a republic. They had some independence, like States in America, but were still under the control of the Communist Party and its leaders in Moscow. People in these areas are of different nationalities, ethnicities than Russian.

16 What categories have you come up with so far….?

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18 Big Question: How was the break up of the USSR and the Eastern Bloc nations inevitable? Justify your answer using the evidence from the documents. This will be graded as a Critical Thinking Assignment. At least 4 pieces of evidence 3-5 Transition Words Concluding thought at the end Spelling, Complete Sentences Typed or Neatly Printed

19 Big Question: How was the break up of the USSR and the Eastern Bloc nations inevitable? Need a clue? Try this idiom: let the genie out of the bottle: to allow something big to happen which cannot then be stopped Usage notes: In old Arabian stories, a genie was a magic spirit that would do whatever the person who controlled it wanted. With the Internet, we really let the genie out of the bottle. People now have unlimited access to all manner of material.

20 Big Question: How was the break up of the USSR and the Eastern Bloc nations inevitable?

21 Please do not talk at this timeOct 30/31 HW: Afghan Paragraph due Friday! Cold War Test Monday. End of the Cold War DBQ Due Monday with Packet Due also Please get your Pg 50A- Cold War Ends DBQ

22 To be Collected Monday Chapter 17.1 Cornell Notes- Pg 36A Cold War DBQ- Pg 37A Cold War Map and Lecture Notes- Pg 40A Korean War DBQ- Pg 43A/B Cuban Missile Crisis Mini DBQ- Pg 44A/B Soviet Reforms Pg 49A/B End of the Cold War DBQ, Pg 50A

23 Due Friday – Cold War paragraph – Your Rubric – Your soldier/peasant comparison chart.

24 Big Question: How was the break up of the USSR and the Eastern Bloc nations inevitable? Need a clue? Try this idiom: let the genie out of the bottle: to allow something big to happen which cannot then be stopped Usage notes: In old Arabian stories, a genie was a magic spirit that would do whatever the person who controlled it wanted. With the Internet, we really let the genie out of the bottle. People now have unlimited access to all manner of material.

25 Big Question: How was the break up of the USSR and the Eastern Bloc nations inevitable? USSR is low on Resources: Effect 1- Document Evidence: Effect 2- Document Evidence:

26 Big Question: How was the break up of the USSR and the Eastern Bloc nations inevitable? USSR is low on Resources: Effect 1- Document Evidence: Effect 2- Document Evidence:

27 Berlin Back to your Cold War Notes: The Berlin Wall

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31 The Berlin Wall Goes Up (1961) Checkpoint Charlie Russians seek to stop the emigration of citizens to the West through West Berlins Airports They build a wall around West Berlin and kill anyone who tries to cross.

32 The Berlin Wall was erected in the night of August 13, It was a weekend and most Berliners slept while the East German government begun to close the border.

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34 When the wall goes up in the middle of the night, people get trapped on one side or the other, away from friends and family. For the next three decades, people try to escape. Its easy at the beginning, but later requires more and more patience, time, and genius.

35 First Victim August 17, 1962 Peter Fechter, 18, a bricklayer from East Berlin, is shot and left to bleed to death in full view of western media. Bystanders in the West tried to rescue him, but were prevented from it at gunpoint.

36 Over the course of the Walls existence, 133 people were confirmed killed trying to cross into West Berlin according to official sources, while a victims group puts the number at over 200 dead.

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38 Ich bin ein Berliner! (1963) President Kennedy tells Berliners that the West is with them! (Or that he is a Jelly Donut. Kind of both…) (Or that he is a Jelly Donut. Kind of both…)

39 Standoff at the Wall It began on October 22, 1961 as a dispute over whether East German guards were authorized to examine the travel documents of a U.S. diplomat passing through to East Berlin. By October 27, 10 Soviet and an equal number of American tanks stood 100 meters apart on either side of the checkpoint. The next day the East Germans, backed by the Soviets, backed down. What Cold War concept is this an example of?

40 June 12, 1987 President Ronald Reagan visits Berlin and calls on Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev to tear down the Berlin Wall.

41 August 23, 1989, Communist Hungary removes its border restrictions with Austria. September 10, 1989 The Hungarian government opens border for East German refugees. More than 13,000 East Germans escape into Austria.

42 November 4, 1989 An estimated one million people attend a pro-democracy demonstration in East Berlin's main square. Within days, the East German Government resigns. November 9, 1989 The East German government announces that visits in West Germany and West Berlin will be permitted. Thousands of East Berliners pass into West Berlin as border guards stand by. People begin tearing down the wall which is opened. June 22, 1990 Checkpoint Charlie was removed on. A copy of the American guardhouse was erected on the original place on August 13, October 3, 1990 Germany is formally reunited.

43 And the Wall came down…

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45 Berlin Wall Choose a symbol to represent the Berlin Wall and put it on the small map of Berlin (not Germany) on your map. In your map key, indicate that your symbol represents the Berlin Wall. Put the Berlin Wall in your Lecture Notes and Underline it.

46 Please do not talk at this timeNov 1 HW: Test Monday! Binder Pages collected also. Butter Battle Book End due Tuesday. Please Staple and turn in to the Turn In Box. – Cold War paragraph – Your Rubric – Your soldier/peasant comparison chart.

47 Please do not talk at this timeNov 1 Take a moment to brainstorm what you know about the end of the Cold War…. What events make up the end of the Cold War? Who was part of the end? What images come to mind? HW: Test Monday! Binder Pages collected also. Butter Battle Book End due Tuesday.

48 To be Collected Monday Chapter 17.1 Cornell Notes- Pg 36A Cold War DBQ- Pg 37A Cold War Map and Lecture Notes- Pg 40A Korean War DBQ- Pg 43A/B Cuban Missile Crisis Mini DBQ- Pg 44A/B Soviet Reforms Pg 48A/B End of the Cold War DBQ, Pg 49A

49 Story Time: The Butter Battle Book- Pg. 51A Dr. Seuss wrote this book to teach children about the cold war. However, it was published before the Cold War ended. You will write a new ending for this book that covers the actual end of the Cold War. First, I will read you the story. As I read, record what each symbol and metaphor in the book stands for in the real life Cold War into the chart on your paper.

50 Now finish the story! Use the directions and the rubric on your paper to finish the story in a way that reflects what really happened when the Cold War ended.

51 Please staple the following to a Scoring Rubric: Please do not Talk at this timeNov 4 HW: Finish your Batter Battle Book End for Tuesday Chapter 17.1 Cornell Notes- Pg 36A Cold War DBQ- Pg 37A Cold War Map and Lecture Notes- Pg 40A Korean War DBQ- Pg 43A/B Cuban Missile Crisis Mini DBQ- Pg 44A/B Soviet Reforms Pg 48A/B End of the Cold War DBQ, Pg 49A

52 Cold War Test

53 Pg 49A Soviet Reforms Pg. 50A Cold War Cartoon Analysis Pg. 51A Butter Battle Book End


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