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Rock, Paper, Scissors, Communism Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Rock, Paper, Scissors
    • How did you feel at the start of the game?
    • How did you feel when you ran out of points and had to quit the game?
    • What tactics could you have used to get back into the game?
    • Do you think the game was unfair? Why or why not? State your reasons.
    • What action could the teacher take, if any, to make the game fair? Should the teacher take such an action? Why or why not?
  • 2. Students started with their own tokens Students played Rock, Paper, Scissors Some students won, most lost Discussed how winners and losers felt Planned to get tokens back (i.e. stealing, etc.) and argued about games fairness
  • 3. Teachers redistributed tokens evenly Teacher collected tokens Students would refuse to play game and choose to share tokens Students all have the same tokens Teacher would no longer need to supervise
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  • 6. A. The Reign of Nicholas II Conditions: Tsar Nicholas II = weak Results: Instability People wanted more say
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  • 8. B. The 1905 Revolution Conditions: Bloody Sunday Results: Revolts Soviets organized
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  • 10. C. World War I in Russia Conditions: Drawn in by alliances More strain on unstable situation Rasputin Results: Huge losses Discontent at home
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  • 12. D. The February Revolution Conditions: Protest “ Bread and Peace” Results: Tsar abdicates (steps aside) Provisional Government
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  • 14. E. Lenin and the October Revolution Conditions: Lenin, a Marxist sneaks into Russia “ Land, Bread, and Peace” Red Guard gains power Results: Russian revolution - Oct. 25 th , 1917 Treaty of Brest-Litovsk Civil war – Reds vs. Whites
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  • 16. F. Soviet Union Under Lenin