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APUSH- 3/31/14 March 31, 2014

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  • We discussed:
    • Truman’s Fair Deal
    • Civil Rights in the Eisenhower Administration
      • Brown v. BOE
      • Montgomery Bus Boycott
      • Little Rock Central High
    • Eisenhower Foreign Policy
      • “Massive Retaliation”
      • “New Look” Military
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HWW- 3/28/14 March 28, 2014

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  • Do Now-Once the brutal nature of WWI became apparent, how did governments persuade their citizens to continue to participate?
  • Pick up the Propaganda Techniques guide and activity sheet handouts from the table at the front of the room.
    • Read the Propaganda Techniques article. As you read, think of and write down in the margins examples of how these techniques are used in modern propaganda, including editorials and advertisements. Participate in the analysis of the 2 large posters at the end of the reading (25 minutes)
    • Watch the video showing modern examples of propaganda techniques. (7 minutes)
    • With your elbow partner, follow the directions on the last page of the reading to either:
      • analyze 2 additional posters and develop your modern example of propaganda identifying the techniques that are used and evaluating whether they are effective
      • create your own WWI Propaganda poster following the directions provided in the packet.

APUSH- 3/28/14 March 28, 2014

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  • We discussed Truman foreign policy of the early Cold War.
    • Truman Doctrine
    • Marshall Plan
    • Berlin Airlift
    • NATO
    • Fall of China
    • Korea

HWW- Block Day, 3/26/14 & 3/27/14 March 27, 2014

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  • Do Now-Which cause(s) of WWI do you think made the war most likely? ( 3 minutes)
  • Participate in overview of beginning of WWI and the development of trench warfare. (20 minutes)
  • Turn to the for the Technology of warfare video notes page in the packet and prepare to take notes (65 minutes)

APUSH- Block Day, 3/36/14 & 3/27/14 March 27, 2014

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  • We reviewed key events of the Cold War during the Truman Administration:
    • Truman Doctrine
    • Marshall Plan
    • Berlin Airlift
    • National Security Act
    • NATO
    • Fall of China
    • Korean War
  • Students participated in a Cold War espionage activity, The Spy’s Dilemma.

HWW- 3/25/14 March 25, 2014

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  • Do Now- Turn in your packet to the reading on the causes of the war. Locate and write down at least 2 facts for each of the following categories: (15 minutes)
    • Militarism (Arms Race)
    • Alliances
    • Imperialism
    • Nationalism
  • Participate in the walk-thru of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand.

APUSH- 3/25/14 March 25, 2014

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HWW- 3/24/14 March 24, 2014

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  • Do Now- Under what circumstances would you support going to war?
  • Turn in WWI vocab to tray by the door.
  • Review the selection starting on page 6 of the packet and pages 407-410 in your textbook over causes of WWI.
    • What are the M.A.I.N. causes of WWI?
    • Which ones do you think were more important?
  • Take notes over the causes of WWI.

APUSH- 3/24/14 March 24, 2014

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We did a quick overview of WWII in Europe.

HWW- 3/12/14 March 12, 2014

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  • Do Now- When is war justified?
  • Pick up the WWI learning targets packet from the table by the door.
  • Review the quotes: When is war justified?
  • Read the selection starting on page 6 of the packet over causes of WWI.
    • What are the M.A.I.N. causes of WWI?
    • Which ones were more important?
    • Participate in the interactive lecture on causes of WWI.
    • Go to everyslide.com/RUJUVP on your smart device or computer.
    • Respond to interactive questions.
  • With any time left, work on the WWI vocabulary packet.
  • WWI vocab will be due Monday.