How did World War II conclude in Europe and America?

How did World War II conclude in Europe and America?
How did World War II conclude in Europe and America?
How did World War II conclude in Europe and America?
How did World War II conclude in Europe and America?
How did World War II conclude in Europe and America?
How did World War II conclude in Europe and America?
How did World War II conclude in Europe and America?
How did World War II conclude in Europe and America?
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GLOBAL 10, UNIT 5

WORLD WAR II

LESSON 12

  • ACTIVITY 1 -- MAP ANALYSIS: Students will analyze a map to determine whether or not the Allies could have achieved a victory without the Soviet Union.
  • ACTIVITY 2 -- TEXT ANALYSIS: Students will analyze a text explaining how the Battle of Stalingrad was the beginning of the end for Nazi Germany. The text also explains the fate of both Mussolini and Hitler.
  • ACTIVITY 3 -- VIDEO: Students will analyze a video accounting the unconditional surrender of Germany. Students will also read a small text about the unconditional surrender of Japan and watch a video narrated by eyewitnesses of the atomic blasts over Hiroshima and Nagasaki, while assessing a computer simulation of the bombs in action.
  • ACTIVITY 4 -- ASSESSMENT: Students will choose one of two options for assessment to submit on looseleaf.

  • ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:
    • Page for guided notes (to accompany the PowerPoint included.)
    • Additional political cartoon for higher-level students that need an additional challenge.
    • PowerPoint included. Counts as differentiation for visual learners with broken down definitions for students (or emerging ENL students) that need the extra reinforcement.
    • ADDITIONAL ASSESSMENT: Students may answer the AIM using the R.A.C.E.S. format (FREE Download Here).
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