As students discuss and evaluate the radical changes in the world after WWII, as an assessment, the Guided -Notes will assist them in expanding their knowledge of the changes as the concepts (nationalism, economic systems and culture) are reinforce
Assessment: Students will analyze and discuss their perspectives on imperialism and its
lasting effects on independent African nations. They will provide reasons and evidence for their viewpoints as they complete the open - ended questions and
The destruction of Europeans agricultural lands, industries and cities after WWII sparked the need for economic cooperation. International economic program, such as the Marshall Plan, was developed with the intent to rebuild the torn nations. At the
The emergence of the superpowers impacted the world politically, ideologically, socially and economically- historical nations such as: Great Britain, France, Germany, the Soviet Union, the satellite countries of Eastern Europe and the developing
Skills and Concepts Building:
Choral Reading is effective for reviewing new concepts and learning new ones. It can be used as warm-up as the instructor gives immediate feedback.
Response Cards allow each student to choose from preprinted or write