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Tues day April 16, 2013. 10.8 Students analyze the causes and consequences of World War II . A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives. Jackie Robinson. Warm Up: CST Prep on next slide. Warm Up. Warm Up Pop Quiz

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Tuesday April 16, 2013

10.8 Students analyze the causes and consequences of World War II.

A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives. Jackie Robinson

Warm Up:

CST Prep on next slide.

Warm Up

Warm Up

Pop Quiz

WWII Illustrated Timeline, you should be done with 80% by the end of the period.

Wrap Up

Agenda

  • Current Event #11

  • 14-4,5 Vocabulary

  • Timeline Due Friday

  • 14-3 Cornell Notes (17)

  • Boot camp Saturday

  • Eagles help your Eaglets get their grade up.

Home Fun


Using page 464 in the book answer the following in complete sentences.


MOndayMARCh 5, 2012

10.8 Students analyze the causes and consequences of World War II.

CONGRATS CIF CHAMPS BOYS SOCCER! EAGLE PRIDE!

  • Home Fun:

  • Signed Progress Report Due Tomorrow for 100 points

  • All Make up Work due before 3/16

  • Eagles help your Eaglets get their grade up.

  • Current Event #9: Friday

Agenda

Warm Up: Week 9

Flocabulary: WWII. Quiz Friday!!

Finish 14-3 Cornell Notes: The Allies Turn the Tide

Wrap Up: DO IT!!!

Warm Up: Turn to page 483. Study the infographic on D-day. Answer questions 1 and 2 IN COMPLETE SENTENCES.


10.8 Students analyze the causes and consequences of World War II.

  • Identify and locate the Allied and Axis powers on a map and discuss the major turning points of the war, the principal theaters of conflict, key strategic decisions, and the resulting war conferences and political resolutions, with emphasis on the importance of geographic factors.

    3. Describe the political, diplomatic, and military leaders during the war (e.g., Winston Churchill, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Emperor Hirohito, Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Joseph Stalin, Douglas MacArthur, Dwight Eisenhower).

    6. Discuss the human costs of the war, with particular attention to the civilian and military losses in Russia, Germany, Britain, the United States, China, and Japan.

Today’s Standard


14-3 THE ALLIES TURN

THE TIDE.

Essential Question: How did the Allies begin to push back the Axis powers?


You will be able to:

  • Identify the reason’s that the United States Joined World War II.

  • Discuss the “human costs” of the major amphibious battles of World War II.

  • Create a timeline that will put the events leading up to and durring WWII in chronilogical order, while analyzing and evaluating the importance of the events.

Today’s Objectives


Japan Strikes in the Pacific


Japan Seeks a Pacific Empire

Isoroku Yamamoto

  • Japan is overcrowded & has shortages of raw materials

  • Military leaders encourage nationalism and begin building a Pacific empire

  • Chinese resistance strains Japan’s economy

  • Japan makes plans to take Southeast Asia


Japanese Empire at Height:1942


U.S. wants to protect colonies:

  • Sends aid to China

  • Cuts off oil shipments to Japan in July 1941

  • Lend-Lease Act: allowed the US to lend war materials to any country whose defense is of interest to U.S. safety

  • Yamamoto fears U.S. presence in Pacific

  • U.S. Responds


    Pearl Harbor – December 7, 1941

    • Japanese surprise attack

    • Nearly whole Pacific fleet damaged

    • 2,348 Americans killed

    • More than 1,000 wounded

    • Roosevelt: “a date which will live in infamy.”

    • On Dec. 8 Congress declares war


    Japan’s Pacific Victories

    • Battle for the Philippines (Jan. 1942)

    • Bataan Death March (Jan. 1942) - The transfer of over 90,000 American POW’s, resulting in death due to their brutal treatment by the Japanese

    • Conquers 1 million square miles of land  about 150 million people (1942)

    • Brutal treatment for 150,000 POW’s


    Turning Points in the War

    • Allies win the battles of Coral Sea and Midway thanks to aircraft carriers.


    Victory in North Africa

    • Troops led by Dwight Eisenhower trap Rommels army and he surrenders in May 1943.

    YOU LOSE!


    • Allies then overthrow Mussolini in Italy.


    Battle of Stalingrad

    • Soviets encircle Germans left without food and ammunition and they surrender.

      • 240,000 Germans & 1 million Soviet soldiers die


    Life on the Home Front

    • Total War  Factories converted for wartime production

    • Rationing & Propaganda

    • Women join workforce

    • Feb. 1942: Internment & property loss for Japanese Americans

      • 2/3 of the interned were native-born American citizens


    D-Day Invasion

    • D-Day Invasion: June 6, 1944

      • Eisenhower strikes Normandy

      • American, British, French, Canadian troops

      • 6,603 Americans die

    • Aug. 25 Paris is freed from German control

    • Sept. 1944 France, Belgium, Luxembourg Liberated


    • Feb. 1945 Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin meet at Yalta

    • Stalin wants control of Eastern Europe to create a buffer zone between U.S.S.R. and Europe

    • US and England wanted self-determination for Eastern European countries

    • End agreement –

      • Stalin would enter war against Japan

      • Soviet gets certain lands

      • Germany will be divided into 4 zones – British, French, U.S. and Soviet

      • Stalin agreed to hold free elections in Eastern European nations….. But he won’t

    The Yalta Conference


    Take three notes from the video explaining sequence of events of the D-Day invasion, and it’s significance.

    D- Day Invasion


    • How did WWII change life on the home front in the US?

    • GIVE 3 Examples!

    Wrap Up


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