Daily Slides

Ms. Nicoll’s World History 2019

World War 2 Unit

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(Genocide & Global Goals)

Thursday, Jan 17 & Friday, Jan 18

ACT Vocab:

campaign

Definition:

a series of (military) actions intended to achieve goal

SWBAT:

Explain the European campaign during WW2 through the use of group activities in order to explain cause and effect.

Writing Prompt & CNN10:

How can a campaign to solve one global problem help prevent a crisis in the future? Give an example.

“I can explain cause and effect.”

Agenda

  • Bell Work
  • Pre Assessment (LINK)
  • European Campaign, Jigsaw (LINK)

UNIT 8

World War 2, Part B:

Europe and Pacific Campaigns

(2017 Nuclear Policy)

Exit Ticket & Daily Assessment -

Clean up the room.

Jigsaw

Expectations

Rules

Limits

  • 20 minutes to prep
  • 5 minutes to practice
  • 1 minute presentation
  • Leader has final say.
  • Stay in your groups / area.
  • Every member speaks equally.
  • Respect others, stay, and clean up after.
  • Name the important people & countries.
  • Explain what happened / detail as needed.
  • Use any props from the room.
  • Entertain the crowd!

Tuesday, Jan 22 & Wednesday, Jan 23

ACT Vocab:

siege

Definition:

when military forces surround & compel surrender

SWBAT:

Explain the Pacific campaign during WW2 through the use of lecture and video in order to explain cause and effect.

Writing Prompt & CNN10:

How can a military siege be both successful in terms of winning, and terrible in terms of cost?

“I can explain cause and effect.”

Agenda

  • Bell Work
  • WW2 Pacific Theatre Lecture (LINK)
  • Oversimplified Video (LINK)

UNIT 8

World War 2, Part B:

Europe and Pacific Campaigns

(2017 Nuclear Policy)

Exit Ticket -

Lecture Notes

The World Wars

Thursday, Jan 24 & Friday, Jan 25

ACT Vocab:

none

Definition:

SWBAT:

Detail the responsibilities of individuals, NGO’s, and governments in confronting violence through the use of a timed essay in order to explain cause and effect and synthesize past information with ongoing lessons and current events.

Writing Prompt:

See next slide

“I can synthesize past and present events.”

Agenda

  • Bell Work
  • Notes and recall to prep for essay.
  • WW2 Timed Essay (LINK)

UNIT 8

World War 2, Part B:

Europe and Pacific Campaigns

(2017 Nuclear Policy)

Exit Ticket -

Timed Essay

The World Wars

Monday, Jan 28 & Tuesday, Jan 29

ACT Vocab:

proliferation

Definition:

a rapid increase in numbers

SWBAT:

Explain how the creation and dropping of nuclear bombs during WW2 was seen as both necessary and terrible by using primary documents and lecture notes in order to understand different points of view.

Writing Prompt & CNN10:

How would you react if there was a proliferation of missiles in Iran, North Korea, Russia, and China? Explain.

“I can understand different points of view.”

Agenda

  • Bell Work
  • Creation of the Nuclear Bomb & Dropping the Atomic Bomb (LECTURE)
  • Class Reading - Primary Documents (LINK)
  • Pro/Cons (LINK)

UNIT 8

World War 2, Part B:

Europe and Pacific Campaigns

(2017 Nuclear Policy)

Exit Ticket -

How would you feel?

Japan Case Study (LINK) and

US Case Study (LINK)

The World Wars

Wednesday, Jan 30 & Thursday, Jan 31

ACT Vocab:

foreign policy

Definition:

a government's strategy in dealing with other nations

SWBAT:

Explain modern nuclear policy over the past two presidencies by using primary documents and comparison worksheet in order to compare and contrast foreign policy.

Writing Prompt & CNN10:

If you were in charge of a country’s foreign policy what would be your top two agenda items? Explain.

(Ex. Global Trade, Environment, International Security, Global Peace, Human Rights, etc.)

“I can understand foreign policy.”

Agenda (Sub Day)

  • Bell Work
  • Deep Reading Document (LINK)

UNIT 8

World War 2, Part B:

Europe and Pacific Campaigns

(2017 Nuclear Policy)

Exit Ticket -

Posture Review - Written Discussions and Opinions (LINK)

Friday, Feb 1 / Monday, Feb 4 / Tuesday, Feb 5

ACT Vocab:

sanctions

Definition:

a penalty for disobeying a rule

SWBAT:

Explain how WW2 ended by using lecture notes in order to summarize change over time.

Writing Prompt & CNN10:

If you were President and had to punish a country for not following a treaty, what sanctions would you impose? (Remember, sanctions are not military in nature.)

“I can detail the end of WW2.”

Agenda

UNIT 8

World War 2, Part B:

Europe and Pacific Campaigns

(2017 Nuclear Policy)

Exit Ticket -

Lecture Notes

B Day will be made up on March 1st.

Wednesday, Feb 6

Thursday, Feb 7 & Friday, Feb 8

ACT Vocab:

treaty

Definition:

a formal agreement between countries

SWBAT:

Explain WW2 by using a review guide in order to synthesize (combine and make sense of) past information, which will be assessed on the UNIT TEST.

Writing Prompt & CNN10:

If you were in charge of a treaty with North Korea, what two details would you include in the agreement?

“I can combine past and present information.”

Agenda

  • Bell Work
  • Jeopardy (LINK)
  • Test Review Guide (LINK)
  • Tabitha’s Quizlet (LINK)

UNIT 8

World War 2, Part B:

Europe and Pacific Campaigns

(2017 Nuclear Policy)

Exit Ticket -

Review Guide

Review (LINK)

Pacific Campaign

Critical Thinking

European Campaign

  • Different tests for different country groups
  • Primary documents for students who were absent
  • Major events (e.g. genocide)
  • Pearl Harbor
  • A-Bomb pro/con
  • Island hopping
  • Iwo Jima
  • Enola Gay, Fat Man, Little Boy
  • Nuclear damage
  • Connect to Cold War
  • Rhyme with WWI (connect to past)
  • Remember timed essay (connect to present)

Monday, Feb 11 & Tuesday, Feb 12

ACT Vocab:

None (Test Day)

Definition:

SWBAT:

Combine information, draw conclusions, and cite evidence of WW2 nuclear policies that came from WWI and lead to Cold War through a written examination in order to be assessed for academic growth.

Writing

Prompt:

Study!

“I can describe the events of WW2.”

Post Assessment

Unit 8 Test will take place on...

Monday or Tuesday

UNIT 8

World War 2, Part B:

Europe and Pacific Campaigns

(2017 Nuclear Policy)

Exit Ticket & Assessment -

TEST (LINK)

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(The Cold War)

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