world war ii life during the war l.
Download
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
World War II: Life during the War PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
World War II: Life during the War

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 30

World War II: Life during the War - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 142 Views
  • Uploaded on

World War II: Life during the War. La Segunda Guerra Mundial. Student Objectives. Strand 1.8.04 Students will be able to explain how the war industry affected the U.S. home front during World War II.

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

World War II: Life during the War


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
world war ii life during the war

World War II:Life during the War

La Segunda Guerra Mundial

student objectives
Student Objectives
  • Strand 1.8.04
    • Students will be able to explain how the war industry affected the U.S. home front during World War II.
    • Students will be able to explain how the women and minorities in the work force affected the U.S. home front during World War II.
    • Students will be able to explain how the rationing affected the U.S. home front during World War II.
  • Strand 5.1.01
    • Students will explain who limited resources and unlimited human wants cause people to choose some things and give up others.
    • Students will analyze how scarcity, opportunity costs, and trade-offs, influence decision-making.
student language objectives
Student Language Objectives
  • Listening & Speaking ELL III-Early Intermediate
    • Students will contribute to classroom discussions.
  • Reading ELL III-Beginning
    • Students will comprehend terms to learn.
  • Writing ELL III-Intermediate
    • Students will create a Powerpoint presentation to contribute for classroom discussions.
assessment expectations
Assessment Expectations
  • Each student will create a PowerPoint presentation that includes a illustration or picture on each slide. The following will need to be included in the presentation:
    • World War II's Effect on America (food, education, clothing, cars, etc.).
    • US Workers Rush Tanks and Ships to Fighting Fronts
    • America Salutes Women Workers in War Effort (Rosie the Riveter and the roles women had in America).
    • Advertisements that were presented during the war to help and support it.
    • Each student must include a slide which will present a question to the class for discussion.
  • Students will be given 15 minutes to present their presentation to the class.
terms to learn
Terms to Learn
  • Sacrifice
  • Serving Overseas
  • Consumer goods
  • Rationed
  • Parachute
  • Ration Coupons
with the war effort came sacrifices

For millions of American families, the war meant separation from loved their ones serving overseas. Those at home lived in fear of receiving a telegram announcing that a family member had been killed, wounded, or captured.

With the war effort came sacrifices.

slide9

With industries making war materials, Americans faced shortages of many consumer goods. After 1942, for example, automakers stopped making new cars and turned instead to making tanks, planes, and trucks. Women could not buy stockings. Silk imports from war-torn Asia had halted, and nylon was needed to make parachutes.

slide10

In addition many resources and goods needed for the war effort were rationed, consumers could buy only limited numbers of them. Americans used government-issued books of ration coupons to purchase certain items, such as shoes, gasoline, tires, sugar, and meat. When people ran out of coupons, they did without the rationed items. But because Americans overwhelmingly supported the war effort, they generally accepted inconveniences and shortages with good spirits.

mardi gras during world war ii 1942

Mardi Gras during World War II 1942

World War II, cancels most of Carnival. No parades roll, but some celebrations are held. This continues until 1945, the end of the conflict.

new roles for women in war
New Roles for Women in War

Thru the eyes of others

rosie the riveter
Rosie the Riveter
  • http://www.rosietheriveter.org/memory.htm
  • http://www.rosietheriveter.org/poem.htm
slide22
Chapter 10 (Page 245-268)Rosita the RiveterWelding Tradition with Wartime Transformationsby Naomi Quiñonez
slide25

(Photo, S.D. Warren Company,Posters Used by American Industriesas War Production Incentives, 1942. 93-2129)

slide26

(Photo, b&w, S.D. Warren Company,"The colorful poster campaign...", p. 6, 93-2127Courtesy S.D. Warren Company.)

slide27

"Get Hot / Keep Moving"(Unattributed. Poster, 163991.09,28" x 40", 93-2318Gift of S.D. Warren Company.)

slide28

"It's a Two Fisted Fight"(Fisher Body Division, General Motors Corporation. Poster, 164393.07, 31" x 41", 91-10320, 1942, Gift of Fisher Body Division, General Motors Corporation.)

assessment
Assessment
  • Each student will create a PowerPoint presentation that includes a illustration or picture on each slide. The following will need to be included in the presentation:
    • World War II's Effect on America (food, education, clothing, cars, etc.).
    • US Workers Rush Tanks and Ships to Fighting Fronts
    • America Salutes Women Workers in War Effort (Rosie the Riveter and the roles women had in America).
    • Advertisements that were presented during the war to help and support it.
    • Each student must include a slide which will present a question to the class for discussion.
  • Students will be given 15 minutes to present their presentation to the class.
wrap up
Wrap-up
  • Each student will have 15 minutes to present their presentation.