I showed you a documentary called "Tides of War" today, which covered the internment of Japanese-Canadians in WWII.You need to go through the rest of the PowerPoint on the internment of Japanese-Canadians in WWII that I started in class yesterday (I will not finish it off in class). I did a homework check on the questions for analysis from the Way of Subjects reading in your Social 20-1 workbooks today.
On Monday, October 31st you'll be writing your Chapter 5-6 Test, please see the study guide below.
CHAPTER 5-6 TEST STUDY GUIDE:
1. Study the following key concepts/key people/key events:
2. Look at what I have emphasized in class (causes of WWI, nature of WWI, armistice, Paris Peace Conference, Treaty of Versailles, the Interwar Years, rise of ultranationalism in Germany, Italy and Japan): this will be the emphasis of the test, there are several topics in your textbook Chapters 5-6 that WILL NOT be on this test, especially if it is event that occurs AFTER the events listed above (so things like Canada's role in Afghanistan, and Arctic sovereignty won't be on the test)
3. Focus your review on the following big concepts:
IB 20 HOTA
I showed you a video from the Turning Points of History series on Napoleon Bonaparte's invasion of Russia today, and while you watched the video you should have taken notes. I reviewed with you the 19th Century Political Spectrum. I also drew connections between the events that we have studied so far this semester: the Enlightenment, the American Revolution, the French Revolution, the Age of Napoleon, and what we will be studying in the next week or so, namely the Haitian Revolution and Forging the American Republic (Washington, Adams, Jefferson and Madison). Please check your e-mail, I've shared with you a Google Doc study guide link for Friday's Current Events Quiz #5. One week from today you'll be writing the French Revolution and Napoleonic Age Test, be see the study guide below.
Unit 5 Test Study Guide: (French Revolution and Napoleonic Age Test)
- know the causes of the French Revolution (short term, long term, economic, political, social, intellectual)
- know the structure of French society during the Old Regime
- know Napoleon's domestic policy
- know Napoleon's foreign policy (Continental System in particular)
- know key battles in the Napoleonic Wars (results of the Battle of Trafalgar, Russian campaign, the Battle of Leipzig, and the Battle of Waterloo)
- know chronology of key events in the French Revolution
- know the chronology of key events in the Napoleonic Age
- know the key players at the Congress of Vienna (country and representatives)
- what were the major decisions of the Congress? what were the guiding principles at the Congress of Vienna
- know the 19th century political spectrum (please see the graphic below; values and characteristics of the various positions on the spectrum; what groups are represented on the various positions on the spectrum?; what phases/accomplishments of the French Revolution are represented on the spectrum?)