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Thursday, February 3

  1. page Unit Three-Origins- Practices- Results of World War Two. edited Unit Plan Unit Plan-Origins-Practices-Results of World War Two Enduring Understanding-20th ce…
    Unit Plan
    Unit Plan-Origins-Practices-Results of World War Two

    Enduring Understanding-20th century conflicts are more often about disputes over resources than political systems.
    Essential Questions:
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    World War TwoII the policies
    Appeasement was the main contributing factor to World War II. How far do you agree?
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    World War IIII.
    Identify and explain the turning points during World War II.
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    World War Two.II.
    Learning Outcomes:
    Identify and prioritize the short and long term causes of WW II.
    Explain the major turning points in WW II.
    Discuss the role of technology during WW II.
    Examine the results of WW II.
    Links to TOK: Ethical- Was it justified to drop atomic bombs on a civilian population?
    Activities:
    Mind map creation-An uneasy peace 1929-35; Failiure of collective security 1935-37; The drift to global war-1938-41
    Debate causes of WW II.
    Short answer introductory pargaraph development emphasizing the causes-practices-results of WW II.
    Wiki page development- An uneasy peace 1929-35; Failiure of collective security 1935-37; The drift to global war-1938-41.
    Debate and prioritize causes of WW II.
    Power Point presentation diagraming and explaining cause-effect relationship of the events contributing to WW II.
    Identify primary and secondary source material that supports/refutes a historical debate.
    Assessments:
    Formative:
    Wiki page development
    Quizzes
    Debates
    Power Point presentations
    Summative:
    Five paragraph essay- To what extent did Hitler's policies cause WW II?
    Wiki page development
    Power Point Presentation
    Resources:
    Roads to War- Josh Broman
    Modern World History- Ben Walsh
    Activehistory.co.uk
    WIKI PAGE-instructions

    Develop a wiki page for the content listed below. Also develop an analysis question and answer it at the bottom of the wiki. I will post comments on your wiki page. Check your discussion tab to revise your wiki page.
    Part One- An Uneasy Peace, 1929-35
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  2. page Unit Three-Origins- Practices- Results of World War Two. edited Unit Plan ... than political systems systems. Essential Questions Questions: To what ext…
    Unit Plan
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    than political systemssystems.
    Essential QuestionsQuestions:
    To what extent was the cause of World War Two the policies of Hitler?
    Appeasement was the main contributing factor to World War II. How far do you agree?
    Explain the long terms causes of World War II
    Identify and explain the turning points during World War II.
    Explain the results of World War Two.

    Develop a wiki page for the content listed below. Also develop an analysis question and answer it at the bottom of the wiki. I will post comments on your wiki page. Check your discussion tab to revise your wiki page.
    Part One- An Uneasy Peace, 1929-35
    Focus Question: To
    To
    what extent
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    countries successful?
    - it

    It
    was sucessful
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    a mininum, they'retheir role was
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    do so.
    - Japan

    Japan
    took over
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    stop it.
    - Germany

    Germany
    began rebuilding
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    blind eye.
    - The

    The
    League of
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    military powerful.
    The 'New Era' -hopes for peace in 1929 Gob
    The Great Depression Jean
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    The revival of Germany, 1933-35 P.T.
    Part Two- The collapse of collective security, 1935-37
    Focus question:
    How did the actions of Italy, Japan, and Germany during 1935-1937 (1933-1939 for Japan) lead to their signing of the Anti-Communist Pact in 1936-1937?
    htmldiff21. Germany and Japan both hated communism.
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    The Empire of the Sun, 1933-39 Viking
    Part Three- The drift to global war, 1938-41
    Focus question:
    Was Hitler solely responsible for World War II?
    Pro:
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    Stalin and Hitler made a pact to divide Poland, each gaining territory. When this happened, Britain and France declared war on Germany, but not the Soviet Union.
    Appeasement encouraged war. It made Hitler think no one dare stop him, which encouraged him to go further and further until in the end he went too far.The Sudetenland led Stalin to make the Nazi-Soviet Pact, because he believed he could not trust Britain.
    1. TheThe disappointment of
    The Czech crisis of 1938 Tito
    Europe's last year of peace, 1938-39 Nicha
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Tuesday, February 1

  1. page Unit Three-Origins- Practices- Results of World War Two. edited ... Counter: Treaty of Versailles was too harsh. Other countries blamed Germany for the cause of …
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    Counter:
    Treaty of Versailles was too harsh. Other countries blamed Germany for the cause of WW1, it wasn't only Germany's fault. If the Treaty of Versailles wasn't set up, Germany wouldn't have to gain back its territory.
    Appeasment was a wrong policy. The Appeasement just gave Hitler more confidence. It encouraged Hitler's gambling.
    The communist threat was a major cause of WW2. Most countries in Europe didn't want to be influence by the idea of Communism.
    The League of Nation didn't have any power. They can't deal with the communist threat or with Hitler.
    Stalin and Hitler made a pact to divide Poland, each gaining territory. When this happened, Britain and France declared war on Germany, but not the Soviet Union.
    Appeasement encouraged war. It made Hitler think no one dare stop him, which encouraged him to go further and further until in the end he went too far.The Sudetenland led Stalin to make the Nazi-Soviet Pact, because he believed he could not trust Britain.

    1. The disappointment of Austria, 1938 Rock
    The Czech crisis of 1938 Tito
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Monday, January 31

  1. page Unit Three-Origins- Practices- Results of World War Two. edited ... The Empire of the Sun, 1933-39 Viking Part Three- The drift to global war, 1938-41 To what …
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    The Empire of the Sun, 1933-39 Viking
    Part Three- The drift to global war, 1938-41
    To what extent did Hitler's aim to expand German territory led toWas Hitler solely responsible for World War II?
    Large Extent

    Pro:
    Hitler broke the Treaty of Versailles.
    Hitler's act threatened the peace of other countries.
    The Nazis soviet pact threatened the independence of Poland, British and France.
    Hitler invaded Czechoslovakia.
    Hitler held massive rearmament rally in Germany.

    Counter:
    Treaty of Versailles was too harsh. Other countries blamed Germany for the cause of WW1, it wasn't only Germany's fault. If the Treaty of Versailles wasn't set up, Germany wouldn't have to gain back its territory.
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    Hitler more confident.confidence. It encouraged Hitler's gambling.
    The communist threat was a major cause of WW2. Most countries in Europe didn't want to be influence by the idea of Communism.
    The League of Nation didn't have any power. They can't deal with the communist threat or with Hitler.

    1. The disappointment of Austria, 1938 Rock
    The Czech crisis of 1938 Tito
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    10:24 pm
  2. page Unit Three-Origins- Practices- Results of World War Two. edited ... Counter: Treaty of Versailles was too harsh. Other countries blamed Germany for the cause of …
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    Counter:
    Treaty of Versailles was too harsh. Other countries blamed Germany for the cause of WW1, it wasn't only Germany's fault. If the Treaty of Versailles wasn't set up, Germany wouldn't have to gain back its territory.
    TheAppeasment was a wrong policy. The Appeasement just gave Hitler more confident. It encouraged Hitler's gambling.
    1. The
    disappointment of
    The Czech crisis of 1938 Tito
    Europe's last year of peace, 1938-39 Nicha
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    9:51 pm
  3. page Unit Three-Origins- Practices- Results of World War Two. edited ... Develop a wiki page for the content listed below. Also develop an analysis question and answer…
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    Develop a wiki page for the content listed below. Also develop an analysis question and answer it at the bottom of the wiki. I will post comments on your wiki page. Check your discussion tab to revise your wiki page.
    Part One- An Uneasy Peace, 1929-35
    ToFocus Question: To what extent
    ...
    countries successful?
    it

    - it
    was sucessful
    ...
    do so.
    Japan

    - Japan
    took over
    ...
    stop it.
    Germany

    - Germany
    began rebuilding
    ...
    blind eye.
    The

    - The
    League of
    ...
    and military powerfulpowerful.
    The 'New Era' -hopes for peace in 1929 Gob
    The Great Depression Jean
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    The Nazis soviet pact threatened the independence of Poland, British and France.
    Counter:
    Hitler rearmed his army to decreaseTreaty of Versailles was too harsh. Other countries blamed Germany for the ratecause of unemployment.WW1, it wasn't only Germany's fault. If the Treaty of Versailles wasn't set up, Germany wouldn't have to gain back its territory.
    The disappointment of Austria, 1938 Rock
    The Czech crisis of 1938 Tito
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    9:43 pm
  4. page Unit Three-Origins- Practices- Results of World War Two. edited ... Develop a wiki page for the content listed below. Also develop an analysis question and answer…
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    Develop a wiki page for the content listed below. Also develop an analysis question and answer it at the bottom of the wiki. I will post comments on your wiki page. Check your discussion tab to revise your wiki page.
    Part One- An Uneasy Peace, 1929-35
    Focus Question: ToTo what extent
    it was sucessful to a mininum, they're role was to stop or prevent any wars, and they failed to do so.
    Japan took over a neighboring country and more without the League being able to stop it.
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  5. page Unit Three-Origins- Practices- Results of World War Two. edited ... Part One- An Uneasy Peace, 1929-35 Focus Question: To what extent was the League Of Nations r…
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    Part One- An Uneasy Peace, 1929-35
    Focus Question: To what extent was the League Of Nations role in stopping Germany and Japan in interfering with neighboring countries successful?
    - itit was sucessful
    ...
    do so.
    - Japan

    Japan
    took over
    ...
    stop it.
    - Germany

    Germany
    began rebuilding
    ...
    blind eye.
    - The

    The
    League of
    ...
    and military powerful. powerful
    The 'New Era' -hopes for peace in 1929 Gob
    The Great Depression Jean
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    9:42 pm

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