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34. DAILY US HISTORY The Week of 28 Apr- 2 May 14. MONDAY-A. Objectives - Chapter 10 Formative Assessment Language Objectives- None Daily History- Define the following words or None Activities - Chapter 10 Exam/ “Read “The Nazi Party and

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DAILY US HISTORYThe Week of 28 Apr- 2 May 14

MONDAY-A

Objectives- Chapter 10 Formative Assessment

Language Objectives- None

Daily History- Define the following words or None

Activities- Chapter 10 Exam/ “Read “The Nazi Party and

complete the reading check questions/ Read “The Rise of Fascism

in Europe”/ Work on Propaganda Project

Homework- Propaganda Posters are due on

Tuesday

TUESDAY-B

totalitarianism – a system of government that exerts total control over a nation and its citizens

appeasement- policy of giving in to a competitor’s demands in order to preserve the peace

Objectives- 1) Discuss why dictators came to power around the

world 2) Describe what actions led to the outbreak of WWII

Language Objective-Using a graphic organizer, Explain why

totalitarian governments arose in the 20’s and 30’s

Daily History- Define the following words or Phrases:

totalitarianism, appeasement

Activities- PowerPoint Presentation on Chapter 12, Section 1

/ Collect Propaganda Projects/Surprise Pop-Quiz

Homework- The Nazi Party and complete the Reading check

questions

WEDNESDAY-A

totalitarianism – a system of government that exerts total control over a nation and its citizens

appeasement- policy of giving in to a competitor’s demands in order to preserve the peace

Objectives- 1) Discuss why dictators came to power around the

world 2) Describe what actions led to the outbreak of WWII

Language Objective-Using a graphic organizer, Explain why

totalitarian governments arose in the 20’s and 30’s

Daily History- Define the following words or Phrases:

totalitarianism, appeasement

Activities- PowerPoint Presentation on Chapter 12, Section 1

/ Collect Propaganda Projects/Surprise Pop-Quiz

Homework- The Nazi Party and complete the Reading check

questions

THURSDAY-B

Blitzkrieg – name given to the sudden, violent offensive used by the Germans during World War II; lightening war

Lend-Lease Act- 1941 law that authorized the President to aid any nation whose defense he believed was vital to American security

Objectives- 1) Identify which European nations fell to Germany in

1939 and 1940 2) Describe how the United States responded to

the war in Europe

Language Objective- Using a series of moving maps, show how

Germany quickly overran most of the European countries

Daily History- Define the following words or phrases:

Lend-Lease Act, Blitzkrieg, dictator, fascism, Anti-

Semitism, disarmament, mobilization

Activities- PowerPoint Presentation on Chapter 12, Section 2

/Surprise Pop-Quiz, Cell Phone Review,

Homework- Read “Soviet-German Non-Aggression Pact” and

answer the Reading Check Questions

dictator- a leader who rules with total authority, often in a brutal or cruel way

fascism- a political system, headed by a dictator, that calls for extreme nationalism and racism and no tolerance for opposition

Anti-Semitism- hostility towards or discrimination against Jews.

mobilization- gathering resources and preparing for war

FRIDAY-A

Blitzkrieg – name given to the sudden, violent offensive used by the Germans during World War II; lightening war

Lend-Lease Act- 1941 law that authorized the President to aid any nation whose defense he believed was vital to American security

Objectives- 1) Identify which European nations fell to Germany in

1939 and 1940 2) Describe how the United States responded to

the war in Europe

Language Objective- Using a series of moving maps, show how

Germany quickly overran most of the European countries

Daily History- Define the following words or phrases:

Lend-Lease Act, Blitzkrieg, dictator, fascism, Anti-

Semitism, disarmament, mobilization

Activities- PowerPoint Presentation on Chapter 12, Section 2

/Surprise Pop-Quiz, Cell Phone Review,

Homework- Read “Soviet-German Non-Aggression Pact” and

answer the Reading Check Questions

dictator- a leader who rules with total authority, often in a brutal or cruel way

fascism- a political system, headed by a dictator, that calls for extreme nationalism and racism and no tolerance for opposition

Anti-Semitism- hostility towards or discrimination against Jews.

mobilization- gathering resources and preparing for war


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DAILY US HISTORYThe Week of 28 Apr- 2 May 14

MONDAY-A

Objectives- Chapter 10 Formative Assessment

Language Objectives- None

Daily History- Define the following words or None

Activities- Chapter 10 Exam/ “Read “The Nazi Party and

complete the reading check questions/ Read “The Rise of Fascism

in Europe”/ Work on Propaganda Project

Homework- Propaganda Posters are due on

Tuesday

TUESDAY-B

Objectives- 1) Discuss why dictators came to power around the

world 2) Describe what actions led to the outbreak of WWII

Language Objective-Using a graphic organizer, Explain why

totalitarian governments arose in the 20’s and 30’s

Daily History- Define the following words or Phrases:

totalitarianism, appeasement

Activities- PowerPoint Presentation on Chapter 12, Section 1

/ Collect Propaganda Projects/Surprise Pop-Quiz

Homework- The Nazi Party and complete the Reading check

questions

WEDNESDAY-A

Objectives- 1) Discuss why dictators came to power around the

world 2) Describe what actions led to the outbreak of WWII

Language Objective-Using a graphic organizer, Explain why

totalitarian governments arose in the 20’s and 30’s

Daily History- Define the following words or Phrases:

totalitarianism, appeasement

Activities- PowerPoint Presentation on Chapter 12, Section 1

/ Collect Propaganda Projects/Surprise Pop-Quiz

Homework- The Nazi Party and complete the Reading check

questions

THURSDAY-B

Objectives- 1) Identify which European nations fell to Germany in

1939 and 1940 2) Describe how the United States responded to

the war in Europe

Language Objective- Using a series of moving maps, show how

Germany quickly overran most of the European countries

Daily History- Define the following words or phrases:

Lend-Lease Act, Blitzkrieg, dictator, fascism, Anti-

Semitism, disarmament, mobilization

Activities- PowerPoint Presentation on Chapter 12, Section 2

/Surprise Pop-Quiz, Cell Phone Review,

Homework- Read “Soviet-German Non-Aggression Pact” and

answer the Reading Check Questions

FRIDAY-A

Objectives- 1) Identify which European nations fell to Germany in

1939 and 1940 2) Describe how the United States responded to

the war in Europe

Language Objective- Using a series of moving maps, show how

Germany quickly overran most of the European countries

Daily History- Define the following words or phrases:

Lend-Lease Act, Blitzkrieg, dictator, fascism, Anti-

Semitism, disarmament, mobilization

Activities- PowerPoint Presentation on Chapter 12, Section 2

/Surprise Pop-Quiz, Cell Phone Review,

Homework- Read “Soviet-German Non-Aggression Pact” and

answer the Reading Check Questions


Essential QuestionThe Week of 28 Apr-2 May 14

"War is an ugly thing, but not the ugliest of things. The decayed and degraded state of moral and patriotic feeling which thinks that nothing is worth war is much worse. "

John Stuart Mill

MONDAY

None

TUESDAY

Why do you think there was so much opposition to the Treaty of Versailles in America?

Answers will vary, but should include the idea that most Americans had doubts about the harsh treatment Germany was given. Many did not want American foreign policy restricted by the League of Nations.

WEDNESDAY

Why do you think there was so much opposition to the Treaty of Versailles in America?

Answers will vary, but should include the idea that most Americans had doubts about the harsh treatment Germany was given. Many did not want American foreign policy restricted by the League of Nations.

THURSDAY

Why did so many countries allow dictators to rise to power?

These countries felt that they were not treated fairly after WWI and dictators promised to restore the glory of their respective country.

FRIDAY

Why did so many countries allow dictators to rise to power?

These countries felt that they were not treated fairly after WWI and dictators promised to restore the glory of their respective country.

Why did the Puritans want to leave the Netherlands?


Essential QuestionThe Week of 28 Apr-2 May 14

"War is an ugly thing, but not the ugliest of things. The decayed and degraded state of moral and patriotic feeling which thinks that nothing is worth war is much worse. "

John Stuart Mill

MONDAY

None

TUESDAY

Why do you think there was so much opposition to the Treaty of Versailles in America?

WEDNESDAY

Why do you think there was so much opposition to the Treaty of Versailles in America?

THURSDAY

Why did so many countries allow dictators to rise to power?

FRIDAY

Why did so many countries allow dictators to rise to power?


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