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  1. World History March 10 to March 14

  2. Agenda – Monday, Mar. 10 • Editing Journal Mon – Thur due Thurs • Photo discussion of Pandemic • Reading Pandemic of 1918, Questions 1 – 7 in notebook pg. 26 • Collect notebooks, pages 15 - 25 • video – You tube • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qx748gLo_Ks HW – Chap 11.4 Terms and Questions on paper or on edmodo, Due Friday

  3. Mar 10 Editing Journal • the first words ever spoken over the telephone happened on this date in 1876 • the salvation army started in the united states on march 10 1880 • The first words ever spoken over the telephone happened on this date in 1876. • The Salvation Army started in the United States on March 10, 1880.

  4. Pandemic of 1918 – Photo 1 • Who is in the picture? • What clues help us determine some background information about the person in the picture? • What do they do? Where do they live? • When and where was this picture taken? • What clues lead you to a certain time period and location? • What types of actions are taking place? • Why is the person doing these specific activities?

  5. Pandemic of 1918 – Photo 2 • Who is in the picture? • What clues help us determine some background information about the people in the picture? • (What do they do? Where do they live?) • When and where was this picture taken? • What clues lead you to a certain time period and location? • What types of actions are taking place? • Why are the people doing these specific activities?

  6. Pandemic of 1918 – Photo 3 • Who is in the picture? • What clues help us determine some background information about the person in the picture? • What do they do? Where do they live? • When and where was this picture taken? • What clues lead you to a certain time period and location? • What types of actions are taking place? • Why is the person doing these specific activities?

  7. Pandemic of 1918 – Photo 4 • Who is in the picture? • What clues help us determine some background information about the people in the picture? • What do they do? Where do they live? • When and where was this picture taken? • What clues lead you to a certain time period and location? • What types of actions are taking place? • Why are the people doing these specific activities? http://history1900s.about.com/od/1910s/p/spanishflu.htm

  8. Spanish Flu Pandemic Quests 1 – 6 Write the Answers 1 – 6 in your notebook pg. 26 • In what U.S. state was the flu thought to have started? • Why was it called the "Spanish" flu? • How did the Spanish flu death toll compare with that of World War I? • How many people died every day at Fort Devans during the pandemic? • Which city decided to "seal" their town so no one could leave or enter during this time? • Why is October 1918 considered the deadliest month in U.S.? • Name two ways we can prevent another flu pandemic.

  9. Spanish Flu Pandemic Quests 1 - 4 1. In what U.S. state was the flu thought to have started? • C. Kansas 2.Why was it called the "Spanish" flu? • C. The Spanish press gave it world-wide attention. 3. How did the Spanish flu death toll compare with that of World War I? • B. More people died from the flu than the war. 4. How many people died every day at Fort Devans during the pandemic? • Nearly 100 people died every day, including doctors and nurses.

  10. Spanish Flu Pandemic Quests 5 - 7 5. Which city decided to "seal" their town so no one could leave or enter during this time? • In Ogden, Utah, officials sealed the town so no one could leave or enter. 6. Why is October 1918 considered the deadliest month in U.S.? • 195,000 people died from the Spanish flu in that month. 7. Name two ways we can prevent another flu pandemic. • People need to wash their hands and get flu shots.

  11. Agenda – Tuesday, Mar. 11 • Editing Journal Mon – Thur due Friday • Return notebooks • Stalemate and End of WWI Powerpoint Questions 1 - 6 HW – Chap 11.4 Terms and Questions on paper or on edmodo, Due Friday

  12. Tues, Mar. 11 Editing Journal • the worst influenza epidemic in history began at fort riley kansasit would eventually kill more 20 million people worldwide • The work on the boulder dam beings on this date in 1931 when completed it will be the worlds tallest dam at over 700 ft • The worst influenza epidemic in history began at Fort Riley, Kansas. It would eventually kill more than 20 million people worldwide. • The work on the Boulder Dam begins on this date in 1931. When completed it will be the world’s tallest dam at over 700 ft.

  13. Stalemate and End of WWIQuests 1 – 6, BACK of pg. 26 • What was the “Spark” of World War I? • What was the Domino Effect? • Who were the 3 main Allied Powers and 3 main Central Powers? • How did Trench Warfare cause a stalemate? • What did Germany have to do after the Treaty of Versailles? • Name three countries created after WWI.

  14. Agenda – Wednesday, Mar. 12 • Editing Journal Mon – Thur • Cut and Paste 11.4 Summary , notebook pg. 27 • Chart notes on BACK of pg. 27 • MOVIE – All Quiet on the Western Front HW – Chap 11.4 Terms and Questions on paper or on edmodo, Due Friday

  15. Wed, March 12 • the girl scouts of america were founded on march 12 1912 • the united states post office department was established on this date in 1789 • The Girl Scouts of America were founded on March 12, 1912. • The United States Post Office Department was established on this date in 1789.

  16. 11.4 Notes BACK of pg. 27

  17. Agenda – Thursday, Mar. 13 • Editing Journal Mon – Thur, collect today • Writing activity – Armistice Day Peace Celebration, 1918 • Answer Quests 1 – 8 in COMPLETE sentences • #10 Write TWO PARAGRAPHS for the TWO REASONS why WWI was a different kind of war

  18. Mar. 13 Editing Journal • chicagowas founded by jean baptiste point du sable on march 13 1877 • won of the discoverers of oxygen was joseph priestly he was born on march 13 1733 • Chicago was founded by Jean Baptiste Point Du Sable on March 13, 1877. • One of the discoverers of oxygen was Joseph Priestly. He was born on March 13, 1733.

  19. Agenda – Friday, Mar. 14 • Collect 11.4 HW • WWI Project – Create a TIMELINE – Due Thursday! • Movie - War Horse – Write 5 facts