Final exam study guide: you may have a 3x5 notecard with hand done notes on both sides to assist you on the day of the final exam (June 5).
You will be assigned one of the following regions of the world to research:
So.... how should it look? Entries for your assigned region should look like:
- EVENT name, location, date (date-date)
- Summary, in your own words, of what happened
- What was the US involvement?
- WHY? What did we gain from being there? What were we after or preventing?
- Results or legacy of our involvement? How are we affected by this today?
The resources below and your text book are starting places for your research. You should go beyond what is handed to you for your information and analysis.
On your own paper, # 1-30. Then write the capital letter of what you believe to be the most correct answer for each question. (see test doc below).
When done, put your answer sheet in the "In box". Return to your seat without communicating.
Being reading 18.1
Read 17.5. and review the Ppt below:
For those watching the film: You will answer the questions on the attached document.
For those going to the library: Research ONE of the following WWII topics, and create a PREZI or Google Presentation (at least 15 slides) on the topic: 1) Rationing in American & Europe OR 2) The Role of Women in the War (in Europe) OR 3) What Was the War Like for Children (in UK/Europe) OR 4) American Internment: What was it about and what were conditions in the camps? Where were the camps? What has happened to these people since then? OR 5) D-day
Dear Parent of Guardian,
World War II was perhaps the pivotal event of the twentieth century and a defining moment for America and the world. It shifted the borders of the globe, forever changed those who survived it, and shaped the past five decades.
As we finish our unit on WWII, we will view a film that captures the feeling of that time. Please fill out the Google Form below to give your student permission to view the film, Saving Private Ryan.
Set during and immediately following the invasion of Normandy, Saving Private Ryan tells the story of a squad of American soldiers on a dangerous mission to find Private James Ryan whose three brothers have been killed in combat. On direct orders from Washington, Captain John Miller leads his men deep behind enemy lines. As the squad pushes on, the men find themselves asking: Why is one man worth the lives of eight?
Amid the chaos and terror of those days in early June 1944, this remarkable story searches to find decency in the sheer madness of war.
17.1: Read the section and answer the questions attached below.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.
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