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NUMBER. THE. ST. RS. NUMBER. THE. RS. ST. This presentation will: Introduce you to the events and importance of World War II Familiarize you with the important characters in history Supply background for the story in Number the Stars by Lois Lowry. Unit 3.

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NUMBER

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NUMBER

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  • This presentation will:
  • Introduce you to the events and importance of World War II
  • Familiarize you with the important characters in history
  • Supply background for the story in Number the Stars by Lois Lowry
unit 3
Unit 3

What does it take to save a life?

essential questions
Essential Questions
  • What does it mean to be brave?
  • What is the relationship between knowledge and power?
  • Would you ever be willing to risk your life for another person? Under what circumstances might you take this risk?
  • What does it take to escape oppression?
  • What are the consequences of being "relocated"?
  • What emotional dilemmas are families faced with during the time of war?
  • What leads man to act inhumanely to man?
  • What civic responsibilities do humans have to one another?
  • How can I recognize human integrity?
  • It is possible for me to empathize with those received a lack for human decency?
  • Why it is important to create an awareness of past historical events?
enduring understandings
Enduring Understandings
  • Historical events have long-lasting consequences.
  • Bravery can be shown in many different situations and in many different ways.
  • Dehumanization is the taking away of a person’s self-worth, identity, pride and culture.
  • Risking personal safety to commit to one’s own beliefs demonstrates moral responsibility.
  • A person’s reaction to a dilemma can transform their character.
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WWII > Who?

The allies

The axis

united states of America

Nazi germany

united Soviet Socialist Republic

japan

United kingdom

italy

china

hungary

france

romania

poland

bulgaria

Canada

finland

australia

thailand

New zealand

iraq

South africa

netherlands

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WWII > Who?

Adolf hitler

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WWII > Who was hitler?

Adolf

hitler

family

tree

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WWII > Who was hitler?

the

boy

Adolf Hitler as a baby

Adolf Hitler as a young boy

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WWII > Who was hitler?

the

soldier

Adolf Hitler as a soldier in world war i

Adolf Hitler as a soldier in world war i

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WWII > Who was hitler?

the

Fuhrer,

Chancellor of germany

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Why did

World War II happen?

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WWII > why did it happen?

  • Nationalistic tension
  • Unresolved issues from world war i
  • Effects of the great depression
  • Economic turmoil in germany
  • Political vacuum in germany
  • 1937 japanese invasion of china
  • 1939 german invasion of poland
  • 1941 japanese bombing of pearl harbor

world

war

II

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WWII > When?

Germans elect Nazis into power

Olympics begin in Berlin, Germany

Britain, France,

Australia, &

New Zealand declare war on Germany

Nazis invade

Denmark

Adolf Hitler becomes leader of Nazi Party

1st concentration camp opened near Berlin

Assassination attempt on Hitler fails

German military mobilizes

Annemarie Johansen born

Nazis begin euthanasia on sick and disabled

Adolf Hitler voted Chancellor of Germany

German Jews stripped

of rights.

Hitler reveals

war

plans.

U.S. Stock Market crashes

World War I ends

Kristall-nacht

More timeline

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WWII > When?

Lisa

Johansen

Murdered

Nazis order Jews to wear yellow stars

King Christian X arrested

&

Danes

sink their

fleet

The

Handkerchief

Japan bombs Pearl Harbor

Japanese-Americans sent to US concentration camps

Japan surrenders

Nazis invade northern

Africa

Mama

Has

Trouble

Germany surrenders

Nazis bomb Britain

Jews fight back in Warsaw ghetto

Nazi mass murders start

Hitler declares war on USA

Allied Forces D-Day invasion

Gas chambers

at Auschwitz

Great

Aunt

Birte

More timeline

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What was the holocaust?

WARNING: Some of the upcoming images are intense and graphic in nature. They are not for the light of heart, but they are something that must be remembered, lest humankind falter and repeat our past mistakes.

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WWII > the holocaust

Flow charts were used to determine who was german and who was not.

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WWII > the holocaust

Synagogue in Warsaw ghetto

Auschwitz death camp

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the shoes of the dead
“The Shoes of the Dead”

On an index card respond to following question:

What is your reaction to the poem? How would you feel if you were “in the shoes” of those depicted in the poem?

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