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Materials Needed Ready to Turn In

• Notebook
• Writing utensil

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4 TH

Bellwork:
What do you know about World
War I?
(If you did not take the Industrial Rev. test,
use time to study!!!)
MONDAY AGENDA
• If
you took the test two • If
you were absent for
weeks ago: watch the the test, take it in
WWI documentary class today’
write a four to five
sentence paragraph
answering: • If
not taken today it
will go in as a zero
• “Howand why did WWI until you take it
begin?”
Materials Needed Ready to Turn In
• Notebook
• Writing utensil

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5 TH
Advisory:
Look for at least five volunteer
opportunities you could take
advantage of to get your
necessary 40 community service
hours
SENIOR COMMUNITY SERVICE
Name of Organization Address Phone Number

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.
Materials Needed Ready to Turn In
• Notebook
• Writing utensil

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5TH

Bellwork:
What causes war?
THINK, PAIR SHARE: WHAT CAUSES WAR?
• Get together with a partner and
brainstorm at least five things
that cause a war to start
• At the end of the five minutes,
write your best answer on the
paper in the front of the room
• Don’t repeat words!
19.1 AND 19.2 NOTEBOOK QUESTIONS
1. What types of technology were used in the war?
(19.1)
2. What caused Germany to build up its military?
3. Other than Germany, what other nations were trying
to expand?
4. What was the name of the two major alliances that
emerged and what countries were in each?
5. What happened in Serbia that kick-started the war?
6. How did Europeans react to the breakout of the
war?
Materials Needed Ready to Turn In
• Notebook
• Writing utensil

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7TH

Bellwork:
What was the name of the two
major alliances in WWI?
19.1 AND 19.2 NOTEBOOK QUESTIONS
1. What types of technology were used in the war?
(19.1)
• Rockets,
flares, mines, rifles and machine guns,
barbed wire, aircraft, artillery, poison gas
2. What caused Germany to build up its military?
• Germany: strongest industrial power in Europe
• Germany surrounded by potential enemies: France to
west and Russia to the east
• Solution?  build up army and navy
19.1 AND 19.2 NOTEBOOK QUESTIONS
3. Other than Germany, what other nations were trying
to expand?
• Russia also trying to expand in Asia and Balkans
• Great Britain also had many colonies around globe
• France building up its military
4. What was the name of the two major alliances that
emerged and what countries were in each?
• Triple Alliance: Germany, Italy, Austria-Hungary
• Triple Entente: Great Britain, France, Russia
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wyg8CgKo7Do
19.1 AND 19.2 NOTEBOOK QUESTIONS
5. What happened in Serbia that kick-started the war?
•A Serbian shot and killed the archduke Franz
Ferdinand
• Fromthere, both sides backed up their alliance and
went to war https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XS1gROq5iZ8

6. How did Europeans react to the breakout of the


war?
• With celebration and confidence, thought it would
only last a few months
REMAINDER OF THE HOUR
• Work on Vocab if not
finished
• Work on your 19.1 +
19.2 Reading
Questions
Materials Needed Ready to Turn In
• Notebook
• Writing utensil

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8TH

Bellwork:
Whose assassination started World
War I?
19.3 NOTEBOOK QUESTIONS
1. What was the Schlieffen Plan and why didn’t it
work?
2. Why was the Battle of the Marne significant?
3. Describe how new technologies intersected
with old strategies in WWI (weapons vs. strategy)
4. Describe war on the Eastern Front
5. What was the Armenian genocide?
6. What happened to European nations back
home?
Materials Needed Ready to Turn In
• Notebook
• Writing utensil

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11 TH

Bellwork:
What was “no-mans” land and
what was trench warfare?
Over 40 million casualties resulted from World War I, many occurring
in the trenches, where you currently are. As a World War I soldier in
the trenches, your daily life can be quite rough. During battle, you risk
losing your life, which can be stressful and terrifying. Yet, life can also
be incredibly boring and even depressing during the periods when
you sit waiting for battles to ensue. Regardless, at all times, you have
to worry about rats, catching diseases, shellfire, and body lice. Food is
sometimes in short supply also. When soldiers are injured, it can take a
while until they are treated. And, if you have an open wound, lying in
the unsanitary, dirty and infested trenches can result in a serious
infection. Some injuries are so bad that soldier’s limbs have to be
amputated. Also, if you disobey your commander’s orders, you run
the risk of being executed. Imagine that this is your reality, and has
been your reality for weeks. Every movement could be a disease
infested rat or an enemy approaching. It’s 20 degrees out and you
are freezing, exhausted, and all you want to do is go home.
TRENCH WARFARE
• Commanders will choose which
members to send out
• When an assaulting army enters
“no-mans-land” it can fire and
be fired upon.
• If someone is hit with a piece of
paper, they become a casualty
and must lay down until the
attack is over.
• Armies will take turns attacking
• Due to the intensity of World War I trench
warfare, 10% of the fighting soldiers were
normally killed. For those of you injured,
understand that medical services were not as
advanced as today, and life-saving medicines,
procedures, and antibiotics had not yet been
discovered. A minor injury in the trenches could
kill you, since it was likely that infection or
gangrene could set in. Gangrene is when your
body tissue begins to decay due to the
introduction of bacteria. The Germans
recorded that 12% of leg wounds and 23% of
arm wounds resulted in death, mainly through
infection. The Americans recorded that 44% of
casualties who developed gangrene died.
GANGRENE

Gangrene
As in many other wars, World War I's greatest killer was disease.
Sanitary conditions in the trenches were quite poor, and
common infections included dysentery and cholera (both
involve severe diarrhea and stomach ache, and typhus(disease
caused by the bacteria lice carry). Many soldiers suffered from
parasites (worms that live inside and feed of your body, making
you severely ill) and related infections. Poor hygiene also led to
fungal conditions, such as trench mouth and trench foot.
Another common killer was exposure, since the temperature
within a trench in the winter could easily fall below zero degrees
Celsius (32 °F). Burial of the dead was usually a luxury that neither
side could easily afford. The bodies would lie in no man's land
until the front line moved, by which time the bodies were often
unidentifiable.
REFLECTION NOTEBOOK QUESTIONS
1. What did that experience feel like? Imagine the
weapons you were throwing were real, or that
you had been in the trenches for two weeks.
What would this experience have been like then?
2. What do you think was the worst aspect of the
trenches for WWI soldiers and why?
3. You were told that soldiers were often in the
trenches for weeks, much of that time spent on
edge as the waited for an attack. How do you
imagine this affected them?
WWI LETTER ASSESSMENT
• Write a letter to your family or a friend from the trenches in Europe.
Your letter should help the recipient understand the stress and
trauma of life in the trenches.
• Cut out the letter sheet from your Student Handout. Write the
address of the recipient on the lines provided. You have the
remainder of the front and back of the letter sheet to write your
letter.
• Use your notes from the experiential exercise to help you write your
letter. Be sure to describe all of the following:
• The fear and anticipation you felt.
• Your living conditions and daily life.
WHITMER’S STATE OF THE STATE
Whitmer’s Major Issues (Topics)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Materials Needed Ready to Turn In
• Notebook • 19.1 – 19.3 Notes
• Writing utensil • Trench Warfare Letter

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13TH

Bellwork:
Describe what was happening on
the home front for European
countries engaged in the war
19.3 NOTEBOOK QUESTIONS
1. What was the Schlieffen Plan and why didn’t it work?
• Germany to defeat France in west, knocking it out of the
war before Russia could attack from the east
• Didn’t work because France built up their defenses
• Germany had to invade Belgium instead
2. Why was the Battle of the Marne significant?
• British and French attack against Germans in France
• It denied Germany of achieving Schlieffen Plan but
Germany now controlled part of France
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WFvEnjtaCOA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k7v3cq1ZJjM

19.3 NOTEBOOK QUESTIONS


3. Describe how new technologies intersected with old
strategies in WWI (weapons vs. strategy)
• Old strategies: trenches, charging all at once
• New Tech: rifles, machine guns, artillery,
barbed wire, tanks, poison gas, airplane
4. Describe war on the Eastern Front
• Less trench warfare, just as bloody
• Russians attacked Germany despite not being
ready, Germans had better weapons
• The attack caused the Russian gov. to collapse
19.3 NOTEBOOK QUESTIONS
5. What was the Armenian genocide?
• Russia had history of stirring up drama for Armenians
living in Turkey
• Russian Armenians helped invade Turkey so Turkish
soldiers feared their own Armenians would attack so
forced into prison camps 600,000 people starved or
were killed
6. What happened to European nations back home?
• No countries ready for impacts of the war, suffered
inflation, rationing of food, instituted the draft, and
made propaganda to boost moral
REMAINDER OF THE HOUR
• Work on 19.3 RQ due tomorrow
Materials Needed Ready to Turn In
• Notebook • 19.1 – 19.3 Reading
• Writing utensil Questions

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14 TH

Bellwork:
What was the Armenian
genocide?
HISTORY OF VALENTINES DAY TIMELINE
• Create a timeline showing the evolution of
Valentines Day
• For
each of the sections in the reading, write
the date of the event (when possible), the
major event as the underline heading, and a
sentence of details underneath that
• With
time remaining, add pictures to each
event and make it look colorful
• When done with that, work on any missing
assignments you might have
Materials Needed Ready to Turn In
• Notebook
• Writing utensil

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15 TH

Bellwork:
What is propaganda?
WHITMER’S STATE OF THE STATE
Whitmer’s Major Issues (Topics) Your Ranking of Whitmer’s Major
1. Issues (Topics)
2.
3.
4.
5.

What would be your top 5 issues in your state of the


state address?
Materials Needed Ready to Turn In
• Notebook
• Writing utensil

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19 TH

Bellwork:
Compare and contrast conflict on
the Eastern and Western front
19.4 NOTEBOOK QUESTIONS
1. What
were U-Boats and how did they impact
the war?
2. Why had Americans wanted to stay neutral?
3. What two actions brought the U.S. into WWI?
4. Whatwere the Fourteen Points and which
president was responsible for creating them?
5. How did the war end?
6. What were the wars costs?
WEDNESDAY ADVISORY
1. Get caught up on News
Notes, test tomorrow!!!!!
2. Work on Genius Hour Projects
3. If behind in another class, use laptops
to get caught up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
4. End of Trimester in threeish weeks!
Materials Needed Ready to Turn In
• Notebook
• Writing utensil

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20TH

Bellwork:
Which of the Fourteen Points do
you think is the most important?
Explain
19.4 NOTEBOOK QUESTIONS
1. What were U-Boats and how did they impact the
war?
• German submarines attacked and sank enemy
boats (previously gave chance to surrender)
2. Why had Americans wanted to stay neutral?
• Large German population
• Didn’t want to get involved in a European dispute
• Wanted to sell supplies to both sides
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVwrdEQZOnw
19.4 NOTEBOOK QUESTIONS
3. What two actions brought the U.S. into WWI?
• Germanssank boat called Lusitania, killing 128
Americans
• Zimmerman Telegram- Germany made secret deal
with Mexico if Mex. went to war with U.S.
4. What were the Fourteen Points and which
president was responsible for creating them?
• Woodrow Wilson created the Fourteen Points as war
goals (what should be done after the war)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lbdhxLVlrhI
19.4 NOTEBOOK QUESTIONS
5. How did the war end?
• Germany knew that the only way to survive was to
surrender
• Armistice (Peace Agreement) signed on November
11th, 1918 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=soFhWkxSZAY

6. What were the wars costs?


• 8.5 million men killed, 21 million wounded
• Germany and Russia both lost the most men (1.7 mill
each)
• Destruction cost $37 billion plus $200 billion to fight
EXTRA CREDIT QUESTION
• Who
is the founder of
Facebook?
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• Notebook
• Writing utensil

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21 ST
Bellwork:
Should the U.S. have broken its
neutrality and joined in the war?
Why or why not?
19.5 NOTEBOOK QUESTIONS
1. Who were the “Big Four” and what countries did
each represent?
2. Compare and contrast two philosophies on how
Germany should be punished for the war?
3. How was the Ottoman Empire divided and how did
Turkish nationalists react to it?
4. How and why was Russia’s territory split up?
5. How did WWI impact western society culturally?
6. What were the major flaws of the League of
Nations?
Materials Needed Ready to Turn In
• Notebook
• Writing utensil

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22 ND

Bellwork:
What were the major flaws with
the League of Nations?
19.5 NOTEBOOK QUESTIONS
1. Who were the “Big Four” and what countries did
each represent? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8SOOOHZgEc

G. Britain France Italy USA


Lloyd George Clemenceau Orlando Wilson
2. Compare and contrast two philosophies on how
Germany should be punished for the war?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0jycVFL8CNM

• France: wanted Germany crushed  give Germ.


Territory to France and pay major reparations
• G.B.:
more moderate b/c they wanted to trade, still
give up colonies and pay some reparations
19.5 NOTEBOOK QUESTIONS
3. How was the Ottoman Empire divided and how did Turkish
nationalists react to it?
• Britain and France took over Arab area and shaped
Southwest Asia
• Greece and Italy shaped modern day Turkey
• Turk nationalists revolted, taking over gov and pushing
out Greece and Italy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MawOLbHtnMY

4. How and why was Russia’s territory split up?


• Russia split up because it had communist rev. and too
weak to defend itself
• Created: Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOK1TMSyKcM
19.5 NOTEBOOK QUESTIONS
5. How did WWI impact western society culturally?
• Causedpeople to reject Enlightenment ideals of
human progress, people who died are “Lost
Generation”
• Literature: Hemingway and others write about
dissatisfaction of life in 20s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CHNuHsZ59rg
• Art: Dali and Picasso created abstract Surrealism art
6. What were the major flaws of the League of
Nations? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y59wErqg4Xg&t=36s

• No influence or prestige and no power to enforce


Materials Needed Ready to Turn In
• Notebook • 19.4 + 19.5 RQ
• Writing utensil

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25 TH
Bellwork:
If you were trying to convince
someone of something, what
techniques could you use?
INDIVIDUALLY ANALYZE THE
PROPAGANDA POSTER
1. What do you think the
picture is meant to
convey?
2. What is the text meant to
convey?
3. Overall, what is the picture
trying to convince people
to do?
PROPAGANDA GALLERY WALK
• Spend5 minutes just skimming the 20
posters around the room (about four posters a
minute)
• Next, work through taking notes on the
“World War I Posters Notes” handout-
Write the name and a sentence
explanation
• Take your time, this is last task for
remainder of the hour
ADVISORY

Work on Genius
Hour projects- due
in two weeks!!!
Materials Needed Ready to Turn In
• Notebook
• Writing utensil

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26 TH

Bellwork:
Is propaganda used today?
Explain your answer
TUESDAY AGENDA
• Use the rest of the hour to work on
your project assessment
• Keep in mind your project must be
an original piece, not a copy
• (This is a good opportunity to get
your grade up before the end of
Tri!)
Materials Needed Ready to Turn In
• Notebook
• Writing utensil

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27TH

Bellwork:
What are five (techniques)
types of propaganda?
WEDNESDAY AGENDA
• Use the rest of the hour to work on
your project assessment
• Keep in mind your project must be
an original piece, not a copy
• (This is a good opportunity to get
your grade up before the end of
Tri!)
Materials Needed Ready to Turn In
• Notebook
• Writing utensil

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28 TH

Bellwork:
Who were the “Big Four” world
leaders who ran the Paris Peace
Conference