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2012 Armenian Genocide Lesson. Date your papers: Monday, May 7, 2012 Tuesday, May 8, 2012. Study Guide Questions Addressed. 4. What was the Armenian Genocide? Why did it happen? How does it relate to the new concept of Total War? Possible Short Answer/Essay Questions:

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2012 Armenian Genocide Lesson

Date your papers:

Monday, May 7, 2012

Tuesday, May 8, 2012


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Study Guide Questions Addressed

4. What was the Armenian Genocide? Why did it happen? How does it relate to the new concept of Total War?

Possible Short Answer/Essay Questions:

12. Historians identify World War One as the first modern war. This is due to a number of factors like the embracing of the total war, the new mass destruction weapons, the willingness to sacrifice millions of lives for little land gain, having war target civilians in their attacks, and the amount of control exerted by the governments on the home front to put everything into the war. Be able to examine in depth the above concepts with historical examples and evidence like primary source quotes, statistics, etc…


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  • Essential and Guiding Questions:

  • How was World War I different than most wars that preceded it (both on the battlefields and on the home front)?

  • What were the consequences of the war when it ended?

  • Why did this conflict become so widespread?

  • What was the course of WWI?


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  • Materials:

  • Photocopied 2012 Armenian Genocide Student Lesson Plan with Attached Graphic Organizer

  • Ms. Barben’s Defining Genocide and the Armenian Genocide Powerpoint Presentation

  • “The Armenian Genocide” DVD

  • Supplemental Reading on the Armenian Genocide uploaded on Ms. Barben’s Teacher Page to be accessed to fill in gaps in graphic organizer


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Monday, May 7, 2012

  • Quiet Question: Type Two Prompt---Working with a partner, read and analyze the primary sources on the Battle of the Somme---“Lions led by donkeys….Noblesse oblige…responsibility brings obligations”.From theinformation in the source and using your notes and reading from the last lesson, do you think Haig adequately justifies the military strategies that resulted in such loss of life on the Western Front? Or is Haig to blame for the unnecessary high casualties by fighting battles of attrition? Explain your position with historical evidence.


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Monday, May 7, 2012

  • Class: Have students share their analysis of the methods used to fight World War One. Review TOTAL WAR and use to introduce GENOCIDE.

  • Class: Ms. Barben is going to do her Introduction to Genocide and Defining the Eight Stages of Genocide Powerpoint Presentation. You are to takes notes on this material in the graphic organizer on the LEFT SIDE of the graphic organizer.

  • Homework: Work on your World War One Poetry Analysis Homework.


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Tuesday, May 8, 2012

  • Class: We are going to watch the documentary “The Armenian Genocide” and write down examples in the RIGHT SIDE of the graphic organizer for how the events of the Armenian Genocide follows the eight stages of all genocides.

  • Homework: Work on your World War One Poetry Analysis Homework.


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