The Historical and Current Relationship Between the U.S. and Iran Pack

The Historical and Current Relationship Between the U.S. and Iran Pack
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Five files are included with this product.

- PowerPoint presentation

- Corresponding notes in Microsoft Word and PDF

- Corresponding cloze worksheets in Microsoft Word and PDF

Objective: To examine the historical and current relationship between the United States and Iran.

Topics Covered:

1979 Iranian Revolution

U.S. embassy in Iran / hostages

Presidential election of 1980

Iran-Contra deal

Nicaragua: Contras v. Sandanistas

Iranian presidential election of 2009

Iranians protest election results

Iranian presidential election of 2013

Iran Nuclear Deal

Killing of General Qasem Soleimani

Key Terms and People:

Ayatollah Khomeini

Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi

President Ronald Reagan

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

Mir Hossein Mousavi

Grand Ayatollah Ali Khamenei

Hassan Rouhani

John Kerry

President Barack Obama

President Donald Trump

General Qasem Soleimani


Video - Iran Hostage Crisis: A Look Back (3:39)

Video - June 14, 2009: Police Intervention in Iranian Protests (3:30)

Video - Death of Neda: Video Becomes Symbol of Iranian Protests (2:26)

Video - Secretary of State John Kerry Calls on Lawmakers to Hold Off on New Iran Sanctions (2:29)

Video - How the Iran nuclear deal works, explained in 3 minutes

Video - President Obama Delivers Remarks on Iran (13:09)

Video - Trump: US Will Withdraw From Iran Nuclear Deal


Video - U.S. Drone Strike Kills Top Iranian General QassemSoleimani (3:35)

Total Pages
24 pages
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