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  • Panel Instructions: While the groups are preparing, read over the pages as well and gather a small amount of background information on each job candidate (dictator). But remember, an interview is not just about WHAT the candidate says, but HOW they say it.Panel Questions: (Use these questions and/or formulate your own)1. What are your qualifications to be dictator?2. How did you help to improve your country? 3. What do you think your greatest strength is?4. What do you think your greatest weakness is?5. What are your political ideologies?6. What is your leadership style?7. Why is your country/culture the best?Take short notes during the interviews that you can use to determine the best candidate for WORLD DICTATOR. You will discuss this and vote in front of the class.

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  • 1. The Origins of World War II
    Standard 11.7 Students analyze America’s participation in WWII
  • 2. What’s going on in the world in the 1930s?
  • 3. HOT ROC – Group Concept Map
    Each group will have a different color white board marker
    We will go around the class one group at a time and add new information to the white board.
    The last group to add information will be the winner 
  • 4. Reviewing 4 Leaders: Hitler, Stalin, Mussolini and Tojo
    Reading--origins of the war 436-438.
    Dictator Resumes
    Each group will read and prepare the for a job interview, titled: World Dictator
    You will present this information to a panel of judges who will determine the most qualified dictator.
  • 5. Reviewing 4 Leaders: Hitler, Stalin, Mussolini and Tojo
    Review
    What are three commonalities between Stalin, Mussolini, Hitler and Tojo?
  • 6. Europe After WWI
    The Versailles Treaty
    Germany forced to sign “war guilt” clause and pay reparations (32 billion)
    Limitations on Germany’s military
    Loss of all colonies
  • 7. The Rise of Hitler
    1920: The Nazi Party (National Socialist German Workers' Party) founded
    Adolf Hitler (1889-1945), a WWI veteran
    *don’t write down
    1923: Attempts a coup, spends year in jail
    Writes Mein Kampf
    1930: Nazi party second largest in Germany—appeals to middle class, farmers, veterans
    1933: Hitler elected Chancellor of Germany
    1934: Uses people’s desperation during the Depression to end democracy in Germany and become appointed Führer by his cabinet
  • 8. Alliance System- *See Map
    Allies:
    Great Britain and France.
    Later:
    U.S.
    U.S.S.R.
    Australia
    China
    Canada, etc
    Axis:
    Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy and the Empire of Japan
    On August 23, 1939, Germany and the Soviet Union signed the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact.
  • 9. British, July 1936 - by Sir David Low
  • 10. Germany invades Poland
    On September 1, 1939, Germany invaded Poland, using the false pretext of a faked "Polish attack" on a German border post.
    1940, the Germans invaded Belgium, the Netherlands, and France using “blitzkrieg” (lightning war).
  • 11. Germany occupies Paris
    June 22, 1940. French sign armistice.
    Summer of 1940:
    Battle of Britain
    Summer of 1941: Germany attacks the Soviet Union
  • 12. *London
  • 13. The War- Ken Burns
    Introduction:
    “A Necessary War”
    Episode 1
    Netflix- Instant Streaming, start at 3:10
    Is there ever such a thing as a necessary war?
    How can a war bring out “the best and the worst in a generation?”
  • 14. Homework
    Use p. 444-445 to create diary or story from British person’s pov about Germany’s invasions, Dunkirk and Battle of Britain.
    1 page.
  • 15. HOT ROC, 1/8/10- What is Dr Seuss’ Message?
  • 16. U.S. Response
    Isolationism vs Interventionism
    1936 Congress passes Neutrality Acts (prohibits selling of weapons to nations at war).
    FDR’s position
    Sees Germany and Japan as threats
    FDR Actions Timeline
    1938 Asks Congress for $300 million
    1940 Selective Service (Draft)
    1941 (January) Lend-Lease program to aid allies
    1941 Embargo against Japan
    scrap metal sales, aviation fuel, all metals, chemicals, machine parts and anything that could be used for military means
  • 17. Japanese militarism
    Read pgs 439-440 and find 2 similarities and 2 differences to Hitler and Germany’s aggression
    Review:
    Imperial Japan in the 1930s was looking to become a world power.
    1931 Japan invaded Manchuria and China in 1937.
    The United States and the United Kingdom reacted by
    making loans to China.
    providing covert military assistance, pilots and fighter aircraft to Kuomintang China.
    instituting increasingly broad embargoes of raw materials and oil against Japan.
  • 18. Japanese Militarism
  • 19. Pearl Harbor
    December 7, 1941
    At 6am, 6 Japanese carriers launched a first wave of 183 planes.
    Overall, 21 ships of the U.S. Pacific fleet were damaged and the death toll reached 2,403.
    Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6LlbQCmj8nk&feature=related
    Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gpqm0KT9MJA&NR=1
  • 20. U.S. Enters War
    December 8, 1941 FDR asks Congress for Declaration of war against Japan.
    Germany and Italy declare war on U.S.
    After Pearl Harbor, a new selective service act made men between 18 and 45 liable for military service.
    Army increases from 1.8 million in 1941 to 3.9 million by 1942
  • 21. What was the U.S. fighting for?
    Revenge?
    Ideals?
    A way out of the Great Depression?
    To defeat totalitarianism and fascism?
  • 22. FDR’s 4 FreedomsSpeech to Congress on January 6, 1941
    The first is freedom of speech and expression
    The second is freedom of every person to worship God in his own way
    The third is freedom from want
    The fourth is freedom from fear
    Audio Clip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5iHKtrirjlY
  • 23. Ours…to fight for
    Freedom of Speech
    Freedom of Religion
    Norman Rockwell, 1943
    Freedom from Fear
    Freedom from Want
  • 24. Homework for Monday
    2 options – 1 paragraph for either
    Compare/Contrast Pearl Harbor and 9/11
    Compare/Contrast trench warfare of WWI with Germany’s blitzkrieg of WWII. Use p.443 to help understand details of blitzkrieg.