I showed you the rest of Episode 1 of the Ken Burns' The Civil War and the key parts of the last episode. On your Paper 3 exam in May, please do not write on any of the Civil War topics. I'm just covering the Civil War to get to Reconstruction, so that you can see the historical context of the African-American Civil Rights Movement ()which we will look at after the Spring Break).
We brainstormed the causes of the Second World War in small groups, and then as a class we put together a massive mind map on the board. I also started the "Ultranationalism in WWII" PowerPoint lecture but didn't finish it. Please go over the rest of this lecture on your own, and I'll start with these concepts when we get back from the Spring Break.
Please remember that you're writing the Unit 2 WRA I tomorrow in Room 104 (go there directly), and you will not be allowed to have any writing guides or analyzing political cartoon sheets out to assist you this time. You will also have the Chapter 5-6 Test on Wednesday, April 4th, please see the study guide below.
Chapter 5-6 Test Study Guide:This test will have a matching section, and a long answer section.
1. Study the following key concepts/key people/key events:
- Archduke Franz Ferdinand
- Triple Alliance
- Triple Entente
- the Black Hand
- Gavrillo Princip
- Tsar Nicholas II
- Kaiser Wilhelm II
- Battle of Tannenberg
- the Schlieffen Plan
- Plan 17
- General von Moltke
- Battle of the Marne
- Alsace and Lorraine
- total war
- Battle of Verdun
- Battle of the Somme
- the Brusilov Offensive
- sinking of the Lusitania
- the Zimmermann Telegram
- Treaty of Brest-Litovsk
- General Ludendorff
- Friedrich Ebert
- Paris Peace Conference
- David Lloyd George
- Woodrow Wilson
- Fourteen Points
- Georges Clemenceau
- Vittorio Orlando
- League of Nations
- collective security
- war debts
- Treaty of Versailles
- "war guilt clause"
- "Manchurian Incident"
- Greater East Asian Co-Prosperity Sphere
- Hideki Tojo
- Benito Mussolini
- Adolf Hitler
- the Nuremberg Laws
- any of the key concepts or key events in the Interwar Years booklet is also testable material
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:
- MAIN Causes of World War I
- the nature of World War I (trench warfare, stalemate, total war)
- the Paris Peace Conference (national interests in negotiating the treaties)
- Woodrow Wilson's Fourteen Points (links on the blog, under Social 20-1 Links, CHECK IT OUT!!)
- the Treaty of Versailles (terms of the Treaty of Versailles: GARGLe)
- Hitler's violation of the Treaty of Versailles (chronology; order of events that violated the terms of the Treaty of Versailles)
- the Interwar Years (key events, study your Interwar Years notes from the Unit 2 study booklet)
- the League of Nations (FAILURe of the League of Nations)
- ultranationalism in Germany, Japan and Italy
- failure of collective security (League of Nations) in Manchuria, Abyssinia, and the Spanish Civil War
- appeasement of Adolf Hitler (Munich Conference, Neville Chamberlain, a foreign policy response to ultranationalism)
SOCIAL 10-1You had the entire class to work on Chapter 8 Key Terms and Questions (these will be due after the Spring Break).
You have your Unit 1 Final Exam tomorrow, please see the study guide below.
SOCIAL 10-1 UNIT 1 FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE:
Please study your key terms from Chapters 1-5, and the topics covered in that unit.
1. Key Terms/Key Concepts in Unit 1:
3. Be able to apply key concepts!
CHAPTER 7 TEST STUDY GUIDE:
This quiz will have three sections: a matching section, a multiple choice section, and ashort answer section.
1. Key Terms for Chapter 7 Test:
2. Study the Questions for Inquiry from Chapter 7 (be able to answer these questions using case studies and examples that we have covered in class):