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Unit Plan Stage 3 Learning Plan

Day 1 2 3 Objectives Addressed Intro. to Foreign Policy Types Foreign Policy cont Cold War Intro. Destruction of Old Order Assessment Strategies Used Note Taking RAP Group Presentation Quiz on Foreign Policy Types Participation from assigned reading Learning Activities Discussion, Presentation, Reading Group work on policy examples throughout history Prezi and discussion of WWII transition -Yalta Conference, East vs. West Timeline Gaddis and Patterson Article Reading and Discussion *Add to Timeline Group Activity on Policy Making: -Truman Doctrine -Marshall Plan -NSC-68 -IMF -World Bank -United Nations *Add to Timeline Video and Discussion NATO and its impact *Add to Timeline Movie: Fog of War *Add to Timeline Movie: Fog of War *Add to Timeline Group Work on Eisenhowers choices: -Power Change and Soviet Union -CIA -Nuclear Race *Add to Timeline CNN Video on Kennedy Each Group gets a different president and discusses their policy and choices *Add to Timeline Wrap up with teacher power point presentation and hand out of large assignment

Origins of the Cold War

Article Notes and Discussion

Cold War and Policy Making

Group Presentations Opinion Paper on Origins of the Cold War

Germany

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Asia Beginnings Asia Cont Eisenhower

Leaving the Classroom Pass on something interesting you didnt know previously Worksheet/Notes Worksheet/Notes Readings and Group Discussion

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Kennedy Intro. President Analysis

Worksheet/Notes Group Presentation on Presidents Your Decision Paper

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The Collapse of the Soviet Union Cold War Wrap Up

ED 321 Unit Plan Lesson Plan # 1 Title: Foreign Policy Topic: Cold War Grade: 10 Subject/Course: US/World History Designer: Sarah Ward Stage 1 Desired Results Established Goal(s) G B.8.3 Describe the relationships between and among significant events, such as the causes and consequences of wars in United States and world history B.8.12 Describe how history can be organized and analyzed using various criteria to group people and events chronologically, geographically, thematically, topically, and by issues Understanding(s) -Who and what shapes foreign policy -There are many different types of foreign policy Students will know -What foreign policy is -Who and What shapes foreign policy -The 5 types of foreign policy U Essential Question(s) Q -What is foreign policy? -What effects foreign policy decision makers?

Students will be able to S -look at different historical events and decide what shaped the policy making during this event -understand the relationship between economy, people, events and how they affect the governments decision making process, in regards to foreign relations.

Stage 2 Assessment Evidence Students will present the types of foreign policy through a group presentation. Stage 3 Learning Plan L
Materials: -Article Explaining the History of American Foreign Relations Introduction Section -Worksheet on Article Introduction: -Opening Question and Discussion Who Shapes Foreign Policy?

-Students will brainstorm ideas and will write them on the board

Procedures: -Go through who actually shapes foreign policy: -Congress, President, Secretary of State/Defense/Treasury/Commerce, Chiefs of Staff, National Security Advisor, CIA, UN Ambassador, Public Opinion, Issue Groups, Business Groups

-Transition to the types of foreign policy -Separate Class into 5 groups: nationalist, progressive, realist, revisionist, and post-revisionist -Give the Article to each group for them to read and fill out worksheet on their assigned topic
Closure:

-Each Group will present the information they found and the class will fill in the worksheet as each group goes.

FOREIGN POLICY DISCOVERY


SCHOOLS PERSPECTIVE TIME PERIOD EVENTS HISTORIANS

Nationalist

Progressive

Realist

Revisionist

Post-Revisionsist

ED 321 Unit Plan Lesson Plan # 2 Title: Cold War Policy Topic: Cold War Grade: 10 Subject/Course: US/World History Designer: Sarah Ward Stage 1 Desired Results Established Goal(s) C.8.9 Describe the role of international organizations such as military alliances and trade associations G

B.8.2 Employ cause-and-effect arguments to demonstrate how significant events have influenced the past and the present in United States and world history B.8.3 Describe the relationships between and among significant events, such as the causes and consequences of wars in United States and world history Understanding(s) U -During the Cold War foreign policy made a drastic shift to international policy -The shift in foreign policy during the Cold War created many international organizations Students will know K -Foreign Policy became very much an international issue during the Cold War -What the IMF, United Nations, World Bank are and their purpose -How Truman and the National Security Council changed this view of policy Essential Question(s) Q -How did foreign policy change during the Cold War? -What was the reason for this shift? Students will be able to S -Read and analyze a primary source document -Explain why international organizations were created and how they affect our government still today.

Stage 2 Assessment Evidence Students will present the documents (ideas) and international organizations through group presentations. Stage 3 Learning Plan L
Materials: -Computer for the group to research IMF, United Nations, World Bank -Primary Source document for groups reading the Marshall Plan, Truman Doctrine, and NSC-68 Introduction: -Watch video on the United Nations

-How has the United Nations affected us today? What other organizations do you know of control several different countries?
Procedures: -Explanation that these international organizations were created during the beginnings of the Cold War

-Separate Class into 6 groups: 3 based on documents and 3 based on international organization -Each group will need to make a power point slide explaining their document or organization
Closure:

-Each Group will present the information they found via the power point slide -We will add these documents to our Cold War timeline

ED 321 Unit Plan Lesson Plan # 3 Title: Collapse of the Soviet Union Cold War Wrap Up Subject/Course: US/World History Topic: Cold War Grade: 10 Designer: Sarah Ward Stage 1 Desired Results Established Goal(s) C.8.9 Describe the role of international organizations such as military alliances and trade associations G

B.8.2 Employ cause-and-effect arguments to demonstrate how significant events have influenced the past and the present in United States and world history B.8.3 Describe the relationships between and among significant events, such as the causes and consequences of wars in United States and world history Understanding(s) U -The variety of events of the Cold War and how they impacted decision making -Why policy makers of the Cold War made the decisions that they made Students will know -How the Cold War came to an end -The time layout of significant Cold War events -The role of different Cold War presidents -Types of Foreign Policy -International Organizations K Essential Question(s) Q -Why did the Cold War End? -What events led up to the fall of the Soviet Union? -What role did President Reagan play in the End of the Cold War? Students will be able to S -apply what they learned about foreign policy to todays governmental decisions -look at governments decision making from various points of view.

Stage 2 Assessment Evidence Students will write a paper based off the assignment Your Decision. Stage 3 Learning Plan L
Materials: -Computer for presentation and video -Assignment Sheet

Introduction: -Watch video on the Cold War via BrainPop.com

-How did the Cold War end? What happened? Who was president?
Procedures: -Give power point presentation on Reagan and the end of the Cold War

-presentation includes snippets from his different speeches -Take a look at the timeline
Closure:

-Hand out final assignment Your Decision

YOUR DECISION ASSIGNMENT


Pretend you are one of President Obamas closest advisors. Taking what you have learned about foreign policy during the Cold War and the decisions Presidents Truman, Eisenhower, and Kennedy made during this period, pick a foreign issue/event that the US is involved in currently or has recently been involved in and write a letter/memo to President Obama discussing how you think he should go about dealing with this foreign issue/event. Which category of foreign policy does your decision fall into? Is it similar to a Cold War issue and how? Is your advice similar to that of one of the Cold War presidents and why? Feel free to create your own international organization to help solve the problem. Explain the history and relationship this country or area of the world has with the United States and how that is affecting your decision making.
GRADING RUBRIC
NEEDS IMPROVEMENT PERFORMANCE CRITERIA Chose a current foreign issue/event and gave background information on the topic. Proposed a solution to the issue and explained why you chose to go about it in the way that you did. Chose a category of foreign policy, explained the category, and gave explanation of why you chose it. Compared decision to a Cold War Presidents decision 10th grade level writing- few spelling errors, few grammar mistakes, correct paper structure EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS

UNIT GRADING PLAN - 5 points each day for participation in group work: 4 days of group work (20) - 5 points for worksheets/homework: 8 worksheets (40) - 10 points for foreign policy quiz (10) - 20 points for opinion paper (20) - 40 points for Your Decision paper (40) - TOTAL: 130 points

Grade A B C D F

Points 130-117 116-104 103-91 90-85 85 or lower

Percent 100-90 89-80 79-70 69-65 65-0

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