Axis and Allies:
In this 1 time class students will discover how The Great War (WWI) set the stage for World War II. The members of the Axis and Allies alliances and how those relationships evolved is the foundation of this course.
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How did the outcome of World War I lead to the Second World War? And HOW did alliances between the Soviet Union and the United States, and Germany and Japan manifest in spite of geographical distance and ideological differences? These are the questions that will be answered during this one time class. During a class that is comprised of lecture, slides, discussion interactive assessment tools and role playing, students will discover how disgruntled losers, sore winners, a Revolution, a...
Goal: Students will learn about the political, diplomatic, and military precursors to World War II. Objectives: 1) Students will connect WWII leaders to their respective countries. 2) Students will correlate the outcomes of WWI to the conditions that led to WWII. 3) Students will analyze and discuss the philosophies and orientations of the leaders during World War II. 4) Students will describe and present their chosen leader through role-playing.
I am an experienced educator who has taught grades 5 through undergraduate classes, and specialize in Holocaust Education.
2 files available upon enrollmentPaper and a writing instrument are needed for the role playing activity. Students are also asked to complete the K and W portions of the K-W-L chart prior to class.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
informal assessment through Kahoot questions and role playing activity
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
War can be a sensitive topic for many students. While we will not discuss the actual war, sensitive students may be challenged with the outcomes of World War I and how they led to the rise of the leaders and countries that participated in the second World War.
PBS Kids, the US Holocaust Museum, and History Channel are resources used for images, video and statistics.
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