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  31.   Lesson 2: Turning the Tide in Europe, 1942 - 1944
...ugh it was the Japanese who attacked Pearl Harbor in 1941, U.S. military planners decided that Germany, not Japan, was to be the primary target of operations. American forces were to maintain a largely defensive posture in the Pacific while forces were massed in the British Isles for an invasion of Europe. Yet there was serious debate over what shape that invasion would take. Most American military leaders preferred the direct approach, in the form of an invasion of northern France. However, their British counterparts convinced them that it would be unwise to attempt such an invasion before 1944 at the ear...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  32.   Cold Weather Brings Xmas Chaos to Europe
Cold Weather Brings Xmas Chaos to Europe Most Europeans pray for a white Christmas. This year they have a little more of the white stuff than they hoped for. Freezing cold weather and snow have brought death and disruption across the continent. Over 100 people have died in the sub-zero temperatures. The icy conditions have brought chaos from Mos...
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  33.   Europe's Population Now Half a Billion
Europe's Population Now Half a Billion (28th July, 2010) Europe's population has passed the half-a-billion mark for the first time ever. Europe's statistics database agency Eurostat put the official figure at 501.1 million people across the 27-nation European Union. This was a rise of 1.4 million people between...
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  34.   Western Europe
Steve Zimmerman Blue Mountain High School Teacher/Gifted Program Coordinator Unit 3: Western Europe Name:____ Unit Length: 10 days Unit Points:100 Rate = 10 points per day Grade Levels: F = 0 - 69 D=70 - 75 C=76 - 84 B=85 - 92 A=93-100 Selections in bold will appear on the Unit Test and should be completed by all students. Only 2 assessments are allowed the last day of the unit. A and B layer count as...
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  35.   WWII in Europe
Name: Amani Floyd Subject: 11th grade U.S. History from 1877 Period: 1st period Date: June 25, 2008 Approximate Time: 50 minutes OBJECTIVES: 1. TSW summarize the major battles of WWII in Europe/N. Africa (DOK 2, USH 1b). MATERIALS: paper/notebook, pen/pencil, textbook, computer, LDC protector, fill-in the blank notes, glue, colored pencils/markers DO NOW (2 min): Imagine that you get into a fight with someone. You are getting beat up really bad until a friend of yours jumps in to help you. What...
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  36.   Rise of European Dictators Events in Europe in World War II
Name: Mr. Amutah Subject: U.S. History Period: 1st, 6/24 Time: 50 minutes Objective: (1) The students will create a timeline of important events in the European theater of World War II. (DOK 4, USH 1b) (2) The students will compare and contrast the rise of dictators in the USSR, Italy, and Germany prior to World War II. (DOK 2, USH 1b) Materials: Class set textbook, LCD projector, Macbook (and connecting cables) loaded with Keynote/PowerPoint Presentation, Macb...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  37.   Causes of the War in Europe
...s, tape, construction paper, stapler, markers Approximate time: 50 minutes Warm up: Open your book to page 451. Using the map as a resource, please list the Allied Powers, the Central Powers, and the neutral nations at the commencement of WW1. Objectives: *TSW summarize the causes of World War I in Europe (circa 1880-1910). (Social Studies US History from 1877 1b, 6b; DOK 2) Set: Have you ever watched reality TV shows? Survivor? Real World? What do the participants on these shows do if they want to win? TTW field responses after each question and ask follow-up guiding question until the student comments on...
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  38.   Lesson 3: Victory in Europe, 1944 - 1945
...and British aircraft. These bombing raids were designed to disrupt production of war materiel, divert German fighters from the Eastern and Western fronts, and undermine civilian morale. This lesson plan will focus on the overall strategy pursued by the Allies in the final months of World War II in Europe. By examining military documents and consulting an interactive map of the European theater, students will learn why they chose to land at Normandy, and how the Allied offensive in the West contributed to Germany's defeat. Also, students will study the summary report of the United States Strategic Bombing...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  39.   Lesson 3: Victory and the New Order in Europe
By the beginning of 1944, victory in Europe was all but assured. The task of diplomacy largely involved efforts to define the structure of the postwar world. Among the salient issues with which allied diplomatists grappled were the fate of the Eastern European nations, the future of Germany, and the establishment of a new international organization...
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  40.   Lesson 3: U.S. Neutrality and the War in Europe, 1939 - 1940
The outbreak of war in Europe in September 1939 posed a serious challenge to U.S. neutrality, since Americans' sympathies lay overwhelmingly with Great Britain and its allies. The task of remaining neutral became even more formidable in mid-1940, when it appeared as though Hitler's Germany might actually win the war. Public sentiment...
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