This 2 page worksheet is created to accompany the opening speech by Robert H. Jackson at the Nuremberg Trials. It coveres CA standards RC 2.6 and LRA 3.8. It also review denotation and connotation from selected vocabulary of the speech. The questions work in chronological order of the speech, guiding student comprehension through the lengthy and sophistocated vocabulary. There are also 3 opinion questions, which works nicely with pair/share activities and to spur classroom discussion. Could be used in English or US History. The 2nd worksheet is a practice in Etymology working with political words of the time period (also found in Arr.& Cruelty of Pwr). Students utilize a computer lab, and two different websites to determine etymology, meaning and related words of assigned terms.