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DRAW A LINE BETWEEN TODAY AND THE LAST LESSONRIGHT CORNER: 1) Write: Name: _, Period: _,Date: 03/08/12, Topic: Causes of W...
Agenda1) Causes of WWIWhat you will be able to do:1) Why did the Great War (WWI)start?Reminder1) Complete Foreign News Sho...
Opener #                   Reminders        Name2)Hi & Lo………………………………………….                  Period2) Opinion, Question or ...
Opener 1                          Permission Slip Due Fri   Bruce Lee2)Hi-talked with friends, Lo-Feeling tired           ...
By Friday You need a World Studies bound notebook for in- class notes for just this class. Today and block notes can be st...
Notes #8a, Title: “WWI Causes Notes”1) Family Connections: Family rivalryUK QUEEN VICTORIA (the mother queen)Edward III – ...
1) Queen Victoria’s Grandchildren                  Queen                  Victoria     UK             Germ            Russ...
UK         Germany     RussiaFrance         Austria   Bosnia Serbia                    Ottomans
A     C         C                    Germany UK                   OttomansFrance                    Austria  Russia      S...
2) Long Term Causes: M.A.N.I.A.(not in chronological order)Militarism-Arms raceAlliances-Mutual protection agreementsNatio...
4) Militarism: Arms race:Bismarck: said Germany should not build a strong  navy to avoid a race with UKa) Wilhelm II: Feel...
Activ. #8a, Title “Battleship Buildup Race”Battleship Arms Race! With your team:Build the biggest battleship you can make ...
Long Term Causes: M.A.N.I.A.(not in chronological order)Militarism-Arms raceAlliances-Mutual protection agreementsNational...
Notes #9a, Title: “WWI Causes Notes”1) Secret Alliance Network: Country’s agree to  defend each other. Tradition was for a...
1) Alliances: Alliances designed to create peace:a) Bismark’s Plan: Germany satiated (needs nomore Eur. land), just wants ...
Long Term Causes: M.A.N.I.A.(not in chronological order)Militarism-Arms raceAlliances-Mutual protection agreementsNational...
Activ. #9a, Title “Alliances”1) Everyone stand up. Everyone secretlyally with 2 other people (no 4 way) in theclass, write...
Activ. #9b, “Alliance Debate”1) Read the 2 sides, choose 1 side, and write  which you choose and explain why.2) Then write...
Long Term Causes: M.A.N.I.A.(not in chronological order)Militarism-Arms raceAlliances-Mutual protection agreementsNational...
Notes #2b, Title: “WWI Causes Notes”
Notes #9b, Title: “WWI Causes  Notes”1) Balkans: Diverse area  between Austria, Russia, and  Middle East, mixed Christian,...
3) Archduke Franz Ferdinand: Heir to Austrian  empire assassinated on Bosnia visit: 6/28/19144) Kaiser’s Blank Check: Germ...
Long Term Causes: M.A.N.I.A.(not in chronological order)Militarism-Arms raceAlliances-Mutual protection agreementsNational...
Activ. #9c, Title “Video: Assassination of theArchduke of Austria”1) Copy Source Title: BBC2…) Discuss questions on the bo...
Homework: (10 Points):1) Print out and watch a Foreign News Show
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  1. 1. DRAW A LINE BETWEEN TODAY AND THE LAST LESSONRIGHT CORNER: 1) Write: Name: _, Period: _,Date: 03/08/12, Topic: Causes of WWILEFT CORNER: Write “Opener #9” and then:1) Write 1 high+1 low in last 24 hours2) Rate your comprehension for thisweek’s topic so far: lost<1-5>easy3) Respond to the Opener by writingat least 1 sentences about:Your opinions/thoughts OR/ANDQuestions sparked by the clip OR/ANDSummary of the clip OR/ANDAnnouncements: None
  2. 2. Agenda1) Causes of WWIWhat you will be able to do:1) Why did the Great War (WWI)start?Reminder1) Complete Foreign News ShowSheet
  3. 3. Opener # Reminders Name2)Hi & Lo…………………………………………. Period2) Opinion, Question or Summary…………… Date3) # Rating Past Understanding……………… TopicCues/Topic Notes HereNavigation +Section Reflections & Responses HereHeading:# & Title + SIGNATURES + STAMPSMain Ideas +QuestionsSUMMARY/EXIT REFLECTION
  4. 4. Opener 1 Permission Slip Due Fri Bruce Lee2)Hi-talked with friends, Lo-Feeling tired Period 22) Why was Japan’s military modernizationturn out better than China’s? 8/25/123) 3 Asian ImperialismNotes #1a Meiji Emperor more symbol than powerMeiji Young, handsome, wore Western clothesEmperorActiv #1a 1) 3 because tradition is importantDebate 2) 5 because survival is most importantActiv #1b 1) The reason students returned was nationalism.Reading 2) I think people are more individualistic today.Military #1Ruso War?Closing your country to threats can weaken you.
  5. 5. By Friday You need a World Studies bound notebook for in- class notes for just this class. Today and block notes can be stapled in.
  6. 6. Notes #8a, Title: “WWI Causes Notes”1) Family Connections: Family rivalryUK QUEEN VICTORIA (the mother queen)Edward III – Her sonKing George V – Her grandsonGERMANYKaiser Wilhelm I - Her son in law(Bismarck works for Kaiser)Kaiser Wilhelm II – Her grandson(KW II fires Bismarck)RUSSIACzar Nicolas I – His wife is her granddaughter
  7. 7. 1) Queen Victoria’s Grandchildren Queen Victoria UK Germ RussiaKaiser of Germany jealous of the power of his cousin in UK.
  8. 8. UK Germany RussiaFrance Austria Bosnia Serbia Ottomans
  9. 9. A C C Germany UK OttomansFrance Austria Russia Serbia Bosnia
  10. 10. 2) Long Term Causes: M.A.N.I.A.(not in chronological order)Militarism-Arms raceAlliances-Mutual protection agreementsNationalism-Belief they were betterImperialism-Competition for territoryAngst+Assasination: Society’s restlessness3) Immediate Trigger of WWI: Assassination of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand
  11. 11. 4) Militarism: Arms race:Bismarck: said Germany should not build a strong navy to avoid a race with UKa) Wilhelm II: Feels inferior to UK, starts naval race b) Dreadnaught: Class of battleship was the superweapon 21 - UK 14 - Germany
  12. 12. Activ. #8a, Title “Battleship Buildup Race”Battleship Arms Race! With your team:Build the biggest battleship you can make using paper and only paper, no tape/glue!1) Does building more weapons entice war?
  13. 13. Long Term Causes: M.A.N.I.A.(not in chronological order)Militarism-Arms raceAlliances-Mutual protection agreementsNationalism-Belief they were betterImperialism-Competition for territoryAngst: Society’s restlessness and problems at homeIf in chronological order: N.I.M.A.A.NationalismImperialismMilitarismAlliancesAngst2) Immediate Trigger of WWI: Assassination of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand
  14. 14. Notes #9a, Title: “WWI Causes Notes”1) Secret Alliance Network: Country’s agree to defend each other. Tradition was for alliances to be secret. Germany France Russia Ottomans Austria Serbia UK
  15. 15. 1) Alliances: Alliances designed to create peace:a) Bismark’s Plan: Germany satiated (needs nomore Eur. land), just wants to keep France fromtaking back W. border (won in Franco-Prussian War)b) Imperial Alliance (1882): Germany creates aalliances of kings: Germany, Austria, Italy, + Russiac) Wilhelm II’s Plan (1892): Fears Russia will getstrong, stops trade with Russia, thinking Russia(dictator) will never ally with France (republic)d) Franco-Russian Alliance (1894): F+R ally, UKlosing out to German ind. rev. joins France + Russiae) Russian Slavic Protection: Russia shares cultural ties with and has interests in the Balkans (East Europe), so pledges to protect them (esp Serbia)f) Ottomans Ally with Germany (1914): Turkey allies w. the Eur it hates least + who they thought will win
  16. 16. Long Term Causes: M.A.N.I.A.(not in chronological order)Militarism-Arms raceAlliances-Mutual protection agreementsNationalism-Belief they were betterImperialism-Competition for territoryAngst: Society’s restlessness and problems at homeIf in chronological order: N.I.M.A.A.NationalismImperialismMilitarismAlliancesAngst2) Immediate Trigger of WWI: Assassination of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand
  17. 17. Activ. #9a, Title “Alliances”1) Everyone stand up. Everyone secretlyally with 2 other people (no 4 way) in theclass, write their name down under 1)2) What happened with X and Y went towar?When we startthe war, you’llstand by whoyou are alliedwith, if there’sa conflict, yousit the war out.
  18. 18. Activ. #9b, “Alliance Debate”1) Read the 2 sides, choose 1 side, and write which you choose and explain why.2) Then write down what your partner thinks (include their name at the end).1 2 3 4 5PRO: Alliances provide CON: Alliances make warextra security more likely1) Alliances make war so 1) If any one goes to war,devastating, it makes we are all involved,countries think twice creating a more likelybefore going to war trigger2) Having more partners 2) Having more partnersmeans more security means more to defend
  19. 19. Long Term Causes: M.A.N.I.A.(not in chronological order)Militarism-Arms raceAlliances-Mutual protection agreementsNationalism-Belief they were betterImperialism-Competition for territoryAngst-Society’s restlessness and problems at homeIf in chronological order: N.I.M.A.A.NationalismImperialismMilitarismAlliancesAngst2) Immediate Trigger of WWI: Assassination of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand
  20. 20. Notes #2b, Title: “WWI Causes Notes”
  21. 21. Notes #9b, Title: “WWI Causes Notes”1) Balkans: Diverse area between Austria, Russia, and Middle East, mixed Christian, Muslim, Ottomans control, but weakening (Greece leaves 1829):2) Europeans Slice the Balkans (1828–1908):a) Serbia: Win their independenceb) Bosnia: Austria takes, angers Serbs who wanted Bosniac) Northern Balkan: Russia informally controls.
  22. 22. 3) Archduke Franz Ferdinand: Heir to Austrian empire assassinated on Bosnia visit: 6/28/19144) Kaiser’s Blank Check: German says it will back Austria no matter what, itching for war5) Austrian Demands: Austria demands Serbia to denounce terrorism + allow Aust. to investigate with in Serbian borders6) Serbian Response: Agrees to most7) Austrian Response: Austria rejects the reply + declares war (no turning back)8) Russia backs Serbia: Declares war on Austria9) Germany backs Austria: Declares war on Russia10) France backs Russia: Declares war on Germany11) Reluctant Allies:a) Italy: Refuses to back ally Germany + Austria.b) UK: Hesitant to back France and Russia.
  23. 23. Long Term Causes: M.A.N.I.A.(not in chronological order)Militarism-Arms raceAlliances-Mutual protection agreementsNationalism-Belief they were betterImperialism-Competition for territoryAngst: Society’s restlessness and problems at homeIf in chronological order: N.I.M.A.A.NationalismImperialismMilitarismAlliancesAngst2) Immediate Trigger of WWI: Assassination of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand
  24. 24. Activ. #9c, Title “Video: Assassination of theArchduke of Austria”1) Copy Source Title: BBC2…) Discuss questions on the boardwith a partner. Summarize yourdiscussion (include their name at theend). Remember participation pointsare deducted if off task.5 Reading/Film Qs Come From These Journ.
  25. 25. Homework: (10 Points):1) Print out and watch a Foreign News Show

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