Bundle of 6 - 4 Tutorials & 2 PP - Atomic Weapons in World War II - Study Guide

Bundle of 6 - 4 Tutorials & 2 PP - Atomic Weapons in World War II - Study Guide
Bundle of 6 - 4 Tutorials & 2 PP - Atomic Weapons in World War II - Study Guide
Bundle of 6 - 4 Tutorials & 2 PP - Atomic Weapons in World War II - Study Guide
Bundle of 6 - 4 Tutorials & 2 PP - Atomic Weapons in World War II - Study Guide
Bundle of 6 - 4 Tutorials & 2 PP - Atomic Weapons in World War II - Study Guide
Bundle of 6 - 4 Tutorials & 2 PP - Atomic Weapons in World War II - Study Guide
Bundle of 6 - 4 Tutorials & 2 PP - Atomic Weapons in World War II - Study Guide
Bundle of 6 - 4 Tutorials & 2 PP - Atomic Weapons in World War II - Study Guide
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(14 MB|60-pages (30-pages in the Student Study Guides + 30-pages in the Teacher's Answer Keys) + 30 slides)
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    Bundle Description

    This is a bundle of 6 products on the use of atomic weapons during World War II and the aftermath of the bombings. The bundle includes 2 tutorials, each with two parts and 2 stand-alone power point presentations which support the tutorials.

    There is a total of 60-pages in the 4 tutorials, including 30-pages in the Student Study Guides and 30-pages in the Teacher's Answer Keys. There are 30 slides in the 2 power point presentations. All of the pages and slides are editable, so you are free to modify the presentations to meet your individual needs.

    • Tutorial #1 - Winning World War II, Part 1
    • Tutorial #2 - Winning World War II, Part 2
    • Tutorial #3 - From World War to Cold War, Part 1
    • Tutorial #4 - From World War to Cold War, Part 2
    • Power point #1 - The United States & WW II - The Manhattan Project
    • Power point #2 - The United States & WW II - The Decision to Drop the Atomic Bombs

    Tutorial #1 & #2

    These 2 tutorials are Student Study Guides on: Winning World War II, Parts 1 & 2. Winning World War II. Part 1 comprises a 6-page Guided Notes Activity Worksheet and a 6-page Teacher’s Answer Key. Winning World War II, Part 2 comprises an 8-page Guided Notes Activity Worksheet and an 8-page Teacher’s Answer Key. Both of the tutorials comply with five (5) Florida Benchmark Standards: Standard #SS.912.A.6.1, Standard #SS.912.A.6.3, Standard #SS.912.A.6.6, Standard #SS.912.A.6.7 and Standard #SS.912.A.6.9.

    Benchmark #1: For Florida Benchmark Standard #SS.912.A.6.1, the student will be required to examine causes, course, and consequences of World War II on the United States and the world. 

    Benchmark #2: For Florida Benchmark Standard #SS.912.A.6.3, the student will be required to analyze the impact of the Holocaust during World War II on Jews as well as other groups. 

    Benchmark #3: For Florida Benchmark Standard #SS.912.A.6.6, the student will be required to analyze the use of atomic weapons during World War II and the aftermath of the bombings.

    Benchmark #4: For Florida Benchmark Standard #SS.912.A.6.7, the student will be required to describe the attempts to promote international justice through the Nuremberg Trials. 

    Benchmark #5: For Florida Benchmark Standard #SS.912.A.6.9, the student will be required to describe the rationale for the formation of the United Nations, including the contribution of Mary McLeod Bethune. 

    Note the following Link:

    www.FloridaStudents.org/PreviewResource/StudentResource/152057  

    Note the following Link:

    www.FloridaStudents.org/PreviewResource/StudentResource/167480

    Tutorial #3 & #4 – From World War to Cold War, Parts 1 & 2

    These two tutorials are Student Study Guides on the beginnings of the Cold War immediately following the end of World War II: From World War to Cold War, Parts 1 & 2. Part 1 comprises a 7-page Guided Notes Activity Worksheet and a 7-page Teacher’s Answer Key. Part 2 comprises a 9-page Guided Notes Activity Worksheet and a 9-page Teacher’s Answer Key. Both tutorials comply with six (6) Florida Benchmark Standards: Standard #SS.912.A.6.1, Standard #SS.912.A.6.6, Standard #SS.912.A.6.10, Standard #SS.912.A.6.11, Standard #SS.912.A.6.12 and Standard #SS.912.A.6.13.

    Benchmark #1: For Florida Benchmark Standard #SS.912.A. 6.1, the student will be required to examine causes, course, and consequences of World War II on the United States and the world. 

    Benchmark #2: For Florida Benchmark Standard #SS.912.A. 6.6, the student will be required to analyze the use of atomic weapons during World War II and the aftermath of the bombings.

    Benchmark #3: For Florida Benchmark Standard #SS.912.A. 6.10, the student will be required to examine causes, course, and consequences of the early years of the Cold War (Truman Doctrine, Marshall Plan, NATO, Warsaw Pact).

    Benchmark #4: For Florida Benchmark Standard #SS.912.A. 6.11, the student will be required examine the controversy surrounding the proliferation of nuclear technology in the United States and the world.

    Benchmark #5: For Florida Benchmark Standard #SS.912.A. 6.12, the student will be required to examine causes, course, and consequences of the Korean War.

    Benchmark #6: For Florida Benchmark Standard #SS.912.A. 6.13, the student will be required to analyze significant foreign policy events during the Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon administrations. 

    Note the following Link:

    www.FloridaStudents.org/PreviewResource/StudentResource/156321

    Note the following Link:

    www.FloridaStudents.org/PreviewResource/StudentResource/167410

    If you do not have a computer for each student, you can present the tutorial class activity completing each activity as you progress through the tutorial. If you have a smartboard, students can complete the activity at their seat, individually or with partners, and then come to the smartboard to present the answer. If you have computers or a laptop for each student, students can complete the tutorial and add answers as they progress through the tutorial at their own pace. Either way, students can then use the worksheet as a study guide for a quiz or the End of Course Exam.

    Power point #1 - The United States & WW II - The Manhattan Project contains 18 editable slides.

    Early in 1939, the world's scientific community discovered that German physicists had learned the secrets of splitting a uranium atom. Fears soon spread over the possibility of Nazi scientists utilizing that energy to produce a bomb capable of unspeakable destruction. They believed that the Nazi’s would certainly use it on the civilian population of some large city, probably London, Moscow or on a large population of Jews.

    Scientists Albert Einstein, who fled Nazi persecution, and Enrico Fermi, who had escaped Fascist Italy, were now living in the United States. They agreed that the President must be informed of the dangers of atomic technology in the hands of the Axis powers.

    At first, FDR saw neither the necessity nor the utility for such a project, but agreed to proceed slowly.

    Scientific Discovery
    Support of Albert Einstein
    Presentation to Washington
    The Project is Green Lighted
    First Breakthrough
    The Project is Advanced
    Secrecy
    Preparation For Testing
    Successful Test
    Should the Bomb Be Dropped?
    Japan Refuses to Surrender
    The Bombs Are Dropped
    Bombing of Hiroshima
    Bombing of Nagasaki
    Effects of the Bomb Blasts
    End of Presentation

    Power point #2 - The United States & WW II - The Decision to Drop the Atomic Bombs contains 12 editable slides.

    When Harry Truman learned of the success of the Manhattan Project, he knew he was faced with a decision of unprecedented gravity. The capacity to end the war with Japan was in his hands, but it would involve unleashing the most terrible weapon ever known.

    American soldiers and civilians were weary from 4 years of war, yet the Japanese military was refusing to give up their fight. American forces occupied Okinawa and Iwo Jima and were intensely fire-bombing Japanese cities.

    Japan had an army of 2 million strong stationed in the home islands guarding against invasion. Prolonging the war was not an option for the President. Over 3,500 Japanese kamikaze raids had already wrought great destruction and loss of American lives. Truman stated that his decision to drop the bomb was purely military. A Normandy-type amphibious landing would have cost an estimated 1 million casualties.

    Truman believed that the bombs saved Japanese lives as well.

    America and the Bomb

    Overtures to Japan

    First Bomb Drop

    Second Bomb Drop

    Truman’s Critics

    Other Criticism

    Truman’s Justification

    Demonstration Rejected

    The Ethical Debate

    End of Presentation

    This is one of many presentations I offer in my store under the heading.... Tutorials.

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