This awesome animated PowerPoint is filled with HUNDREDS of great pictures, charts, sounds, explanations and animations. It will bring history alive for you and your students! This is far beyond the normal PowerPoints you're used to. Please check out the preview and I'm sure you'll agree.
I have also included some “check for understanding” type questions and review. My PowerPoints are a mix of outline with important fill-in names, words and terms. Some slides will contain the outline portions with images, while other slides are fully for visual demonstration.
7.1 is a 93 slide animated PowerPoint presentation which is part of an epic 6-part series (7.1 through 7.6) that covers the entire era of the Second World War and the early-mid 20th century. 7.1 in particular covers the aftermath of WWI; the rise of fascism; fascism in Italy; the rise of Mussolini; the march on Rome; the Lateran Treaty; rise of fascism in Japan; Hirohito and Tojo; Japanese invasion of Manchuria and China; the Spanish Civil War; the rise of Franco; fascism in Germany; the rise of Hitler and the Nazis; the Beer Hall Putsch and Mein Kampf; Hitler’s rise to Chancellor; the Third Reich; the Nuremberg laws, Nazi party ideology; the re-militarization of the Rhineland; the union with Austria, the Munich crisis, German invasion of Czechoslovakia; the German Non-Aggression pact with Stalin and the USSR, the invasion of Poland, the Finnish Winter War; and the British/French declaration of war against Germany precipitating WWII.
This product would be awesome for any World History class. It can work perfectly for various age groups and ability levels. The product can be easily adapted and modified.
I have included the notes (with a key, just in case) in Word and pdf formats. I’ve also included the entire note packet for my WWII Unit as you may be interested in the other PPt lessons for this unit.
Additionally, I have other supplementary readings/assignments for WWII. Please check out my store!
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