Lessons for Russian

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  • Exploring Tsarskoye Selo - … its Catherine and Alexander Palaces, which were significant residences for Russian autocrats. Through background information and an Internet research study guide … studied the churches of Moscow, and because Elizabeth liked Russian forms, he incorporated Russian styles into his Baroque Churches. His style is sometimes called “Elizabethan Rococo.” He showed both European and Russian influence – he stressed the horizontal, rather than the perpendicular in …
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  • Depression (Interwar) - … materials): Daily Agenda Slot Notes “Depression Fixes” List “Diamond 9” Russian Revolution Quiz Concept Map Just Do It: Students will think … is NOT a reason the Russian Revolution took place? A. There was anger over military C. The Russian legislature was defeats during … Smith 8. Which statement best describes the relationship between the Russian Revolution and World War I? A. WWI helped restore confidence …
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  • Boston Bombings: Czech Republic Not Chechnya - … a Central European country; Chechnya is a part of the Russian Federation." The Czech president reminded Americans that his country is … Central European country; Chechnya is a (8) ____ of the Russian Federation." entities users revenge part ambassador difference alarmed posts The … Central European country; Chechnya is a part of / for the Russian Federation." The Czech president remained / reminded Americans that his country …
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  • Protests Against the World Cup and the Olympics - … in 2010. Writing for , Sports Editor Dave Zirin argues that Russian President Vladimir Putin should be held accountable: If $30 billion … not? Student Reading 3: A Boycott of the Russian Winter Olympics? The 2014 Russian Winter Olympics are contentious for another reason: Some … article for the Garry Kasparov - a former World Chess Champion, Russian presidential candidate, and noted critic of Vladimir Putin - argued that …
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  • The Holocaust's Other Victims - … all Slavic peoples Poles, Lithuanians, Ukrainians, Latvians, Czechs, Estonians, and Russians untermenschen (subhuman). The regular German army, in its invasion of … . In the first few months of the Russian campaign, the Germans captured almost four million Russian prisoners. Hitler feared they would "infect … and more workers, and Hitler permitted the use of Russian prisoners. The Russians were frequently selected at random and hanged to warn …
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  • The Holocaust's Other Victims - … all Slavic peoples Poles, Lithuanians, Ukrainians, Latvians, Czechs, Estonians, and Russians untermenschen (subhuman). The regular German army, in its invasion of … . In the first few months of the Russian campaign, the Germans captured almost four million Russian prisoners. Hitler feared they would "infect … and more workers, and Hitler permitted the use of Russian prisoners. The Russians were frequently selected at random and hanged to warn …
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  • Russian Roulette - … the part of the Russian military in dealing with the rebels in Dagestan, and how did different Russian government officials respond to … present economy on the Russian people. Then, analyze how the conflict in Dagestan might further affect the Russian economy. Journalism/Language Arts … the conflict do these photographs seem to capture? -Examine how Russian newspapers are presenting the conflict in Dagestan. Ecola Newsstand (http …
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  • Seeking Refuge, in Words and Pictures - … . Resources / Materials: -student journals -pens/pencils -classroom board -copies of "Russians Treat Chechen Children to a Summer Vacation from War" (one … . How many Chechen children might spend time at Russian camps this year, according to Russian officials cited in the article? Why are … /campaigns/russia/chechnya/) presents press releases and reports on the Russian incursion into Chechnya. Chechen Republic Online (http://www.amina.com …
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  • U.N. Calls Emergency Food Prices Meeting - … food agency is reacting to the recent announcement made by Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin to extend his country's ban … food agency is reacting to the recent announcement made by Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin to ____ on wheat exports. Droughts … destroyed a lot of Russia's wheat production and the Russian government is ____ own people. Putin's extension raises fears … food agency is reacting to the recent announcement made by Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin to extend his country's ban …
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  • League of Nations - … Check for Evidence of Understanding Students will finish up their “Russian The skits will be graded on Revolution Skits.” the accuracy … will also fill out concept maps on the Russian Revolution. Slot notes on Russian Revolution (10 min) We will go over a … Focus: How do economics affect countries and the world? • • • • • • Russian Revolution Skits Russian Revolution Slot Notes PowerPoint on the League of Nations …
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