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DO NOW!!. Number all pages of your notebook, front and back Page 2 : Glue in the tracking sheet Page 3: Glue Chapter 14 Vocabulary Chart. DNA – Jan. 9, 2013. Write the following question and answer it in complete sentences. (page 4)

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do now
DO NOW!!
  • Number all pages of your notebook, front and back
  • Page 2: Glue in the tracking sheet
  • Page 3: Glue Chapter 14 Vocabulary Chart
dna jan 9 2013
DNA – Jan. 9, 2013

Write the following question and answer it in complete sentences. (page 4)

What would you do if our government was “oppressing” your rights? Explain your answer.

* It is your responsibility to ensure that you receive a stamp on your DNAs for credit purposes!

chapter 14 russian revolutions

Chapter 14Russian Revolutions

Write the Title on Page 5 of your Interactive Notebook

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Causes and Consequences of the Russian Revolution

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SS# 10.7.1 –

Understand the causes and consequences of the Russian Revolution, including Lenin’s use of totalitarian means to seize and maintain control.

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NOTES are written on the right pages only!!

czarist regimes before the revolution
Czarist Regimes before the Revolution
  • Alexander II
    • Reforms and modernization ex. Freeing serfs
    • Assassinated in 1881
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Alexander III

    • strengthens government with harsh methods
      • Enemies sent to Siberia
      • Stops reforms and creates a police state
      • Spies, pogroms- legal racism against Jews
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Nicholas II

    • Crowned in 1894
    • Slow industrialization
      • Did create Trans-Siberian Railroad – longest in world

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causes of discontent
CAUSES of Discontent

Write here

1. Industrialization brought new problems

  • Poor Wages, working conditions, hours
  • Low standard of living
  • Gap between rich and poor grew

2. Karl Marx – Communist Manifesto

  • Workers will revolt, overthrow government
  • Common people will be equal
title analyzing causes assignment
Title –Analyzing Causes Assignment
  • Complete the following question under the DNA.
  • Use complete sentences.
    • Page 434: Why did industrialization in Russia lead to unrest?

Write here

* It is your responsibility to ensure that you receive a stamp for credit purposes!

causes cont
CAUSES cont.

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3. Russo – Japanese War

    • fought for control of Korea and Manchuria
  • Japan destroyed the Russian Navy
  • Russia is humiliated
  • Czar becomes more unpopular-weak and useless
causes cont1
CAUSES cont.

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4. Bloody Sunday – 1905

    • Workers march to the Winter Palace
    • Demanded
      • Better living and working conditions
      • end to war
      • a parliament
    • Soldiers fire on crowd killing 500
  • Set off a wave of riots, strikes and murders
causes cont2
CAUSES cont.

5. World War One

  • Poorly trained/equipped army
  • 4 million died the first year
  • Economy could not keep up with demand
  • Continuously Defeated
  • Nicholas II goes to the warfront to led troops

Write here

postcard from the past
Postcard from the Past

A postcard is a photograph that people often send while on vacation. It shows the people back home what they are missing and allows for a brief note.

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Postcard from the Past Assessment

Your task: On an index card create a postcard that you would send home to tell your family about one of the events from the Russian Revolution.

  • The FRONTof your postcard should have a colored picture of the event and a quote/phrase.
  • The BACKof the card should have a short note describing the event and a
  • Stamp that represents a famous person from Russia .
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Impact of WWI

Criticism of the Czarina

  • Inexperienced and incompetent ruler
  • Under the influence of Rasputin
  • Unpopular because she was German

Criticism of the Czar

  • Weak military and political leader
  • Left the Czarina in charge while away
  • Refused to accept advice from the Duma (Congress)

Role of Rasputin

  • Claimed to be a healer
  • Disliked by many yet held influence over both the Czar and Czarina

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output activity
OUTPUT ACTIVITY
  • Complete the questions on the left side of your CN
  • Complete the summary by answering the following question:

Explain the five causes of the

Russian Revolution.

* It is your responsibility to ensure that you receive a stamp for credit purposes!

dna 1 11 13
DNA – 1/11/13
  • Communism or Capitalismis an ideology that seeks to establish a classless, stateless social organization, based upon common ownership of the means of production.
  • What is the difference between equality and equal rights?
  • Is it possible for everyone to be equal?

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* It is your responsibility to ensure that you receive a stamp for credit purposes!

revolutionary groups
Revolutionary Groups
  • Mensheviks
    • moderates
    • wanted support of the people to change government
  • Bolsheviks
    • small group of radicals
    • deeply committed to making changes at any cost

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vladimir lenin
Vladimir Lenin
  • Leader of the Bolsheviks
  • Excellent speaker, organizer.
  • Forced to flee Russia.
  • Waited for an opportunity to return.

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march revolution
March Revolution

Causes

  • Shortage of food, shelter, fuel
  • Russian factory workers upset and strike

Consequences

  • Workers marched to protest in Petrograd
  • Soldiers now joined protests
  • Czar abdicates (gives up) thrown 1917

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provisional government
Provisional Government
  • Temporary Gov’t Refuses to end fighting in World War I
    • Loses public support
  • Soviets- local city governments gain power

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lenin returns
Lenin Returns
  • April 1917- smuggled in by the Germans
  • promises to end fighting if in power

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bolshevik revolution
Bolshevik Revolution
  • Slogan: “Peace, Land, and Bread”
  • Nov. 1917- took over government
    • Gave farmland to peasants
    • Gave factories to Workers
    • Signed Treaty of Brest-Litovsk
      • lost land and $$ to Germany
      • Causes Civil War to break out in Russia

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russian civil war
Russian Civil War
  • Red Army (Bolsheviks) vs. White Army
  • 1918 to 1920
  • 14 million died
    • fighting
    • famine
    • the Flu
  • Bolsheviks won
  • Lenin in Power
  • July 1918 – Czar and family

executed

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lenin restores order
Lenin Restores Order
  • Gov’t controls all major industries, banks, & media
  • Bolsheviks = Communist Party
    • Held all power, a dictatorship
  • Renames the country - Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR)

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power change
Power Change

Lenin dies in 1924

1928 -Joseph Stalin in power

All opponents killed or in exile

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output activity1
OUTPUT ACTIVITY
  • Complete the questions on the left side of your CN
  • Complete the summary by answering the following question:

Explain four [or more] consequences of the

Russian Revolution.

* It is your responsibility to ensure that you receive a stamp for credit purposes!

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DNA
  • Explain why the provisional government became unpopular with the Russian people?
  • Explain who the Bolsheviks are and what they became under Lenin’s rule.

Write here

* It is your responsibility to ensure that you receive a stamp for credit purposes!

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Stalinist Russia

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SS# 10.7.2 –

Trace Stalin’s rise to power in the Soviet Union; trace the connection between economic and political policies, absence of a free press, and systematic violations of human rights.

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totalitarianism
Totalitarianism
  • Stalin created a totalitarian state – a government that controls all aspects of life
  • Kills or arrests anyone that threatened his power
    • Trotsky forced into exile by 1929

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economic control
Economic Control
  • Five year plan
    • Rapid industrialization in steel, coal, oil, & electricity
  • People were given jobs, specific hours, forced to work and could not move
  • Collective Farms - gov’t seized 25 mil farms
    • Peasants refused to work – 10 mil die or sent to Siberia

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political control
Political Control
  • Stalin’s secret Police
    • Monitored telephones, mail, and planted spies
  • Enemies were jailed, sent to Siberia, or killed
  • Great Purge – Bolsheviks, army leaders, and other influential revolutionaries
  • 8 to 13 million deaths

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cultural control
Cultural Control
  • Propaganda spread throughout radio, speeches, Books, and movies
  • Censorship of all material not involved in promoting communism
  • No religious practices allowed, all figures destroyed
  • Women given equal rights
  • Women in charge of working and raising loyal communists
  • All education and information controlled by government

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positive side of communism
Positive Side of Communism
  • Everyone is given housing, jobs, a place to farm
  • Wealthy are stripped of their money
  • No titles (Lord or Sir)
  • Borders do not exist
  • Needs are met by government
  • People work together
  • IN THEORY - Everyone is equal

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writing activity interactive notebook
Writing Activity – Interactive Notebook

You have just learned how a communist country can/does control its citizens. However, you have also learned what it can provide it’s citizens.

Write a journal entry describing what you personally would be willing to give up to have the government provide the basic living requirements to you.

(housing, food, jobs, education, healthcare)

Write here

output activity2
OUTPUT ACTIVITY
  • Complete the questions on the left side of your CN
  • Complete the summary by answering the following question:

Explain 2 Economic, 2 Political, 3 Cultural methods used by a totalitarian regime to control it’s citizens.

* It is your responsibility to ensure that you receive a stamp for credit purposes!

notebook check
Notebook Check
  • Glue the Study Guide on the first blank left and right pages (facing each) other after your notes.
  • Verify that you have completed all requirements from the Tracking Sheet glued on page 2

* It is your responsibility to ensure that you receive a stamp for credit purposes!