Agenda: March 5-9, 2018

Advanced Placement World History with Mr. Duez
Unit 6: Most Recent Century, 1900 - 2013
Chapter 21: Collapse & Recovery of Europe, 1914 - 1979
First World War; Great Depression; Rise of Dictators & Authoritarian Rule
MON - British Imperialism & India
TUE - TEST CH 19 & 20; Article: WWI - Propaganda & Tragedy of Consent - due on Wed.
WED -  Article due; Discuss Article; WWI: Causes, Impact, & Course of the War
THU - Nature of WWI: Trench Warfare; Conclusion, Aftermath, & Consequences of 'Great War'; Trench War Simulation
FRI - VIDEO: Ferguson's War of the WorldEpisode One: The Clash of EmpiresVideo Questions & Viewing Guide.
DUE Wed: Article: WWI - Propaganda & Tragedy of Consent
Have a wonderful SPRING BREAK! No Quiz on the Monday after the break!
No work due after the break. Enjoy your time with your friends and family!
Monday, March 05, 2018
Quote"History is a myth that men agree to believe." - Napoleon

1. DO NOW QUESTION: What was the result of Westernization on those who were colonized?

2. Notes, Video, Discussion: 2nd Wave of Imperialism - India

3. Document Analysis: Chicken Tikka Masala - today it's the national dish of Britain.

TEST CH 19 & 20
Article: WWI - Propaganda & Tragedy of Consent
Tuesday, March 6, 2018
Quote:  "Ongoing research continues to demonstrate conclusively that your IQ is an excellent predictor of your score on an IQ test." - Neil deGrasse Tyson @neiltyson

1. TEST: CH. 19 & 20 Test

2. Pick up article after test. 
Article: WWI - Propaganda & Tragedy of Consent - due on Wed.
TEST CH 19 & 20
Article: WWI - Propaganda & Tragedy of Consent
It sure seemed like it was going to be fun. Whoops.
 •  To consider the repercussions of nationalism and colonialism in Europe and Japan
 •  To increase student awareness of the effects of the two world wars
 •  To help students imagine the appeal of totalitarian movements in the twentieth century 

      1.   What explains the disasters that befell Europe in the first half of the twentieth century?
      2.   In what ways were the world wars a motor for change in the history of the twentieth century?
      3.   To what extent were the two world wars distinct and different conflicts, and in what ways were they related to each other? In particular, how did the First World War and its aftermath lay the foundations for World War II?
      4.   In what ways did Europe’s internal conflicts between 1914 and 1945 have global implications?

Margin Review Questions:
      1.   What aspects of Europe’s nineteenth-century history contributed to the First World War?
      2.   In what ways did World War I mark new departures in the history of the twentieth century?
      3.   In what ways was the Great Depression a global phenomenon?
      4.   In what ways did fascism challenge the ideas and practices of European liberalism and democracy?
      5.   What was distinctive about the German expression of fascism? What was the basis of popular support for the Nazis?
      6.   How did Japan’s experience during the 1920s and 1930s resemble that of Germany, and how did it differ?
Wednesday, March 7, 2018
Quote"Success is the ability to go from one failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm." - Winston Churchill

1. DO NOW QUESTION: Prepare article to turn in after a discussion.

2. Discuss Article: WWI - Propaganda & Tragedy of Consent
Collect Article

3. Notes, Video, Discussion: First World WarEuropean Civilization in Crisis. Causes, development, and historic difference from wars past


MAIN - Causes of WWI: 
* plus assassination of Archduke FF

Thursday, March 8th, 2018
Quote: "A life without love is like a year without spring." -Octavian Paller

1. DO NOW QUESTIONWhat were the causes of World War I?

2. Notes, Video, Discussion: The Course of WWI - The nature of Trench Warfare

3. Simulation: Trench Warfare Simulation

Chapter 21 - Read, Target Sheet Vocabulary, Take Notes from Presentations
Friday, March 9, 2018
Quote: "The war has ruined us for everything." - Remarque, All Quiet on the Western Front  

1. DO NOW: Pick up the video questions for Part 1 of War of the World, by Ferguson
Video Questions & Viewing Guide

2. Video Study: Niall Ferguson's The War of the World
The series begins with how the first World War ignited fires of racial animosity in people, exploited by new and more terrible nation-states that were far more preoccupied with national and racial purity. It was the beginning of an age of genocide.

Video Questions & Viewing Guide. Will collect answers at the end of the period.

Discussion and introduction of World War I. 

No assigned work over Spring Break

Enjoy your break!
Come back rested and ready for the sprint to the finish line!