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  • Origins of World War II and the American Response
  • Essential Questions
  • GOAL Can you explain the American response to the events that lead up to World War II?
  • Goal Setting  Role: President Franklin D. Roosevelt  Audience: The American public  Format: A brief response to a reporter’s question. (2-3 sentences)  Topic: What are your foreign policy goals in 1936 based on the crisis developing in Europe and Asia?  Read the handout and write your answer in your notebook.
  • What do you see in this cartoon? What does the flag indicate we are going to do? What does the ship’s name indicate we are going to do? Based on what you know about the neutrality laws, which one is more correct and why?
  • What do you see in this cartoon? Who does the seated man represent? What is the ship attempting to do? Which side is winning out? Why?
  • Decision- Mounting Aggression in 1936  Role: President Franklin D. Roosevelt  Audience: The American public  Format: A 30 second segment of a Fireside Chat radio address.  Topic: How should the United States respond to the mounting aggression in 1936 in Europe and Asia?  Read the handout and write your answer in your notebook.
  • Decision- Mounting Aggression in 1937 and 1938  Role: President Franklin D. Roosevelt  Audience: The American public  Format: A 30 second segment of a Fireside Chat radio address.  Topic: How should the United States respond to the mounting aggression in 1937 and 1938 in Europe and Asia?  Read the handout and write your answer in your notebook.
  • Decision- Continuing Aggression in 1938  Role: President Franklin D. Roosevelt  Audience: The American public  Format: A 30 second segment of a Fireside Chat radio address.  Topic: How should the United States respond to the continuing aggression in 1938 in Europe and Asia?  Read the handout and write your answer in your notebook.
  • World Reaction  Britain and France were passive spectators as Germany expanded into Austria.
  • Decision- Aggression in 1939 and 1940  Role: President Franklin D. Roosevelt  Audience: The American public  Format: A 30 second segment of a Fireside Chat radio address.  Topic: How should the United States respond to the continuing aggression in 1939 and 1940 in Europe and Asia?  Read the handout and write your answer in your notebook.