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Dictators of World War II Hitler Mussolini Tojo Stalin
Nationalism is the belief that your country and ethnic group are superior to all. This was a problem during WW I as well. The Treaty of Versailles gave very strict consequences to Germany. A massive war guilt clause of debt was placed on the nation. Germany also lost imperialistic territories. This
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World War II Leaders
**Includes music & video!** This lesson will introduce students to the leaders involved in World War II, as well as a background on the country's they represent. This will include some lower-level objectives like vocabulary, in order to provide proper context as we go through the unit. They wil
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Tiered Assignment World War II and Great Depression - Georgia Studies
In this differentiated task, students will be able to choose assignments based on interest and learning styles. Each task is tailored for scaffolding information to fit all learners and levels of understanding. PLEASE NOTE: This assignment is made for teaching World War II and the Great Depression
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1930s World War I to World War II Writing/Graphic Summary Activity
The Years Between WWI and WWII summary activity is a worksheet that requires analytical thinking, yet looks simple and students love it. It asks students to create their own list of events connecting WWI with WWII II, which could include the Treaty of Versailles, British and French insistence on Kri
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Star Wars WWII Unit Plan
This is my entire WWII unit that includes lessons on the post WWI world and the rise of Fascism in Europe and the Japanese invasion of China and Manchuria. This unit takes me approximately 8 weeks and though it includes some background on the Holocaust it does not discuss it in detail ( I have that
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U.S. Aim # 136 Why did America enter WWII?
U.S. Aim # 136 Why did America enter WWII? Objectives – Students will be able to  Cite information from an informational text to support a conclusion or argument.  Define words they do not know using context clues.  Identify and describe why America enters World War II. Do Now – 3 Minutes 1. Desc
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Object Lesson: World War II Landmark Destruction
Introduce a unit and scaffold learning by teaching with an object lesson that students can touch and feel to spark interest and incite curiosity. While historical artifacts are awesome, they come with a big sticker price and on a teacher budget, who can afford it!? Object(s) suggestions are not anti
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FDR's New Deal: Packing the Supreme Court (Primary Source Analysis)
FDR rescued America from the Great Depression and WWII, but he was highly controversial at the time, and perhaps no decision was less popular than his attempt to pack the Supreme Court with his own judges in order to ensure that his New Deal policies would not be ruled unconstitutional. In this acti
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Politics and Economics Before World War II
Complete lesson plan for middle school American History class discussing the political and economic situation before World War II. Contains standards of learning (VA SOLs), anticipatory set, direct teaching description, assessment suggestions, journal rubric and map activity. The focus is mainly on
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President Hoover and The Great Depression
Herbert Hoover, a Republican, was President when the Great Depression began. Hoover did not want the government to intervene. He believed the government could step in to help negotiate labor issues, but not to use tax payer money to give direct relief to those in need. He felt government assistance
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U.S. Aim # 126 What caused the Great Depression?
U.S. Aim # 126 What caused the Great Depression? Objectives – Students will be able to  Cite information from an informational text to support a conclusion or argument.  Define words they do not know using context clues.  Identify and describe what some factors that caused the great depression ar
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U.S. Aim # 123 What were some after effects of World War I?
U.S. Aim # 123 What were some after effects of World War I? Objectives – Students will be able to  Cite information from an informational text to support a conclusion or argument.  Define words they do not know using context clues.  Identify and describe what changes arise after World War I. Do N
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Great Depression Skits
The Great Depression. New Deal. PowerPoint. Drama. Skit. Student Led Learning. Student-Directed. Hands On Learning. Hands-on learning. Role Plays. Role-play. Role-plays. Class skit. Wall Street Crash of 1929, Wall St. Crash of 1929, Smoot Hawley Tariff Act, Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act Passed, Banks Coll

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Object Lesson: Great Depression Bowl of Cherries
Introduce a unit and scaffold learning by teaching with an object lesson that students can touch and feel to spark interest and incite curiosity. While historical artifacts are awesome, they come with a big sticker price and on a teacher budget, who can afford it!? Object(s) suggestions are not anti
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The Great Depression (No-Prep Lesson Plan)
The Great Depression is arguably one of the hardest times in American history! Join us as we hop into our DeLorean and head back in time to the 1930s! The Great Depression no-prep lesson plan is a must-have for any educator looking for a fun and engaging way to teach this topic! Lesson IncludesDetai
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U.S. Aim # 115 Why did the United States enter World War I?
U.S. Aim # 115 Why did the United States enter World War I? Objectives – Students will be able to  Cite information from an informational text to support a conclusion or argument.  Define words they do not know using context clues.  Identify and describe what were some of the causes and results o
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U.S. Aim # 119 How did our involvement in WWI threaten Americas Civil Liberties?
U.S. Aim # 119 How did our involvement in WWI threaten Americas Civil Liberties? Objectives – Students will be able to  Cite information from an informational text to support a conclusion or argument.  Define words they do not know using context clues.  Identify and describe some of the reasons A
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Object Lesson: World War I Gasmask
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1930s/ Great Depression Historical Dinner Party: GREAT ASSIGNMENT
Historical Dinner Party Project- Great Assignment You are hosting a dinner party and are inviting 12 historical figures from our unit this school year. Some of your guests may not get along, they are from different cultures, and some may not eat what you have planned. It is your job to create a su
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A New Century In South Carolina {Unit 9}
This Social Studies unit is aligned to the 3rd grade South Carolina standards. The New Century in South Carolina Unit focuses on: * The Rise and Fall of the textile industry * Jim Crow Laws * Changes in Technology * Emigration and Immigration during the 19th and 20th century * The Effects of the G

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1970s the Ford / Carter Years- how did US change socially and culturally? Lesson
The Ford and Carter Years: What Accounted for the Changes in American Attitudes during the 1970s? STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO 1. Evaluate the [residency of Gerald Ford 2. Assess the domestic policies of Jimmy Carter 3. Analyze how American society Changed in the 1970s BACKGROUND: On July 4, 1976,
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FDR and Opposition to The New Deal
Many programs formed President FDR’s New Deal strategy. Through the Civil Works Administration, the government built thousands schools, paid 50,000 rural teachers, and built over one million miles of roads. This immediately created jobs for the unemployed and built infrastructure for the USA. The go
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WW II The Home Front Lesson Plan
Japan believed that attacking Pearl Harbor in 1941 would intimidate the USA and stop them from challenging their conquest of the Pacific. However, the opposite occurred. Many Americans wanted to be neutral in foreign conflicts, until Pearl Harbor. After the attack, five million volunteered for mili
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U.S. Aim # 151 Who was “The Man in the Grey Flannel Suit?”
U.S. Aim # 151 Who was “The Man in the Grey Flannel Suit?” Objectives – Students will be able to  Cite information from an informational text to support a conclusion or argument.  Define words they do not know using context clues.  Identify and describe what life was like after World War II. Do
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