Instructor

Ms. Jennise Conley

Neuroeducational Specialist/Secondary Instructor

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Overview

You know how we call one war World War One and another war World War Two? Well, when World War One broke out, they didn't know that there was going to be a sequel, so they just called it the Great War.

Get those 'Googlin'" fingers ready, we are going to move fast through this course. Ready, set, go!

Assignment:

Getting Started...

  1. Read the Video Summary.
  2. Preview the Quiz Preparation Questions.
  3. Watch the video  Archdukes, Cynicism, and World War I without taking any notes.
  4. Watch a second time. Pause the video as needed so that you can answer the Crash Course World History Video Notes. Feel free to also use the Video Transcript to complete these notes.
  5. Complete the Task 1: WW1 Timeline Analysis under tasks.
  6. Complete the Reading: Treaty of Versailles.
  7. Complete Task 2: The Causes and Effects of the Treaty of Versailles.
  8. Watch Video: Did WWI Lead to WWII?
  9. Watch Video: Totalitarianism after WWI.
  10. Complete Task 3: Rise of Totalitarianism Jigsaw
  11. Go over the Study Aid: Quiz Preparation Questions.
  12. Complete the Task 4 Quiz: Archdukes, Cynicism, and World War I under tasks.

 

Objectives:

  • Review World War I and the rise of totalitarianism in Europe following WWI
  • Analyze the Treaty of Versailles as a major causes of World War II.
  • Analyze cause and effect relationships between and among individuals and/or historical events.
  • Construct a timeline of major events in WWI.

 

Standards:

6-8.SL.1 Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions (one-on-one, in groups, and teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade level topics, texts, and issues, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly. [Bell Ringer]

AZ State Standards

S2.C8.PO 1. Review the rise of totalitarianism in Europe following World War I.

S2.C8.PO 2.  Analyze the resentment toward the Treaty of Versailles as a major cause of World War II.

S2.C1.PO 1.  Construct charts, graphs and narratives using historical data.

S2.C1.PO 7.  Analyze cause and effect relationships between and among individuals and/or historical events.

S2.C1.PO 4.  Formulate questions that can be answered by historical study and research. [Bell Ringer]

S2.C1.PO 3.  Construct timelines (e.g., presidents/ world leaders, key events, people) of the historical era being studied.

S4.C1.PO 4.  Locate physical and cultural features (e.g., continents, cities, countries, bodies of water, landforms, mountain ranges, climate zones) throughout the world. [Bell Ringer]

Course content

  • Archdukes, Cynicism, and World War I

  • Video Transcript: Archdukes, Cynicism, and World War I

  • Reading: Treaty of Versailles

  • Video: Did WWI Lead to WWII?

  • Video: Totalitarianism after WWI

  • Study Aid: Quiz Preparation Questions

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