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Schofield Middle School - Submitted by: Bennett
Date
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Learning Objective and Essential
Question(s)
Lesson Objective: The student will
demonstrate an understanding of the
causes and effects of world conflicts in
the first half of the twentieth century.
Essential Question: How did the
outcomes of World War II influence
future relationships throughout the
world?
Procedure (Warm-up, Guided Practice, Independent
Practice, Closure)
WU: Warm-Up Questions
Lesson Objective: Compare the
ideologies of socialism, communism,
fascism, and Nazism and their
influence on the rise of totalitarian
governments after World War I in
Italy, Germany, Japan, and the Soviet
Union as a response to the worldwide
depression.
Essential Question: What are
attributes or characteristics of the
governmental ideologies that surfaced
as a result of the
worldwide depression?
Lesson Objective: Summarize the
causes and course of World War II,
including drives for empire,
appeasement and isolationism, the
invasion of Poland, the Battle of
Britain, the invasion of the Soviet
Union, the “Final Solution,” the LendLease program, Pearl Harbor,
Stalingrad, the campaigns in North
Africa and the Mediterranean, the DDay invasion, the island-hopping
campaigns, and the bombing of
Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Essential Question: What role did
the Treaty of Versailles play in
causing World War II?
Lesson Objective: Summarize the
causes and course of World War II,
including drives for empire,
appeasement and isolationism, the
invasion of Poland, the Battle of
Britain, the invasion of the Soviet
Union, the “Final Solution,” the LendLease program, Pearl Harbor,
Stalingrad, the campaigns in North
Africa and the Mediterranean, the DDay invasion, the island-hopping
campaigns, and the bombing of
Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Essential Question: What role did
the Treaty of Versailles play in
causing World War II?
Lesson Objective: Summarize the
causes and course of World War II,
including drives for empire,
appeasement and isolationism, the
invasion of Poland, the Battle of
Britain, the invasion of the Soviet
Union, the “Final Solution,” the LendLease program, Pearl Harbor,
Stalingrad, the campaigns in North
Africa and the Mediterranean, the DDay invasion, the island-hopping
campaigns, and the bombing of
WU: Warm-Up Questions
GP: WWII Pre-test
IP: WW II Vocab chart
C: Exit question
March 6 - March 10
Subject: SS
SCCCRS/SCSS/Instructional Strategies/Assessment
HW
Std: Standard 7-4: The student will demonstrate an
understanding of the causes and effects of world
conflicts in the first half of the twentieth century.
HW:
Enrichment/Accelerati
on
Acceleration- Math Day
SSTT- Practice Speeches
Vocab Due 3/8
IS: Direct Instruction, Multiple Means of Representation,
Word Wall, Effective Questioning Strategies
Vocab Quiz 3/8
ASM:
GP: Totalitarian Lesson (Voting for Class President)
IP: Totalitarian Notes- comparing ideologies
C: Exit question
Std: 7-4.4 Compare the ideologies of socialism,
communism, fascism, and Nazism and their influence on
the rise of totalitarian governments after World War I
in Italy, Germany, Japan, and the Soviet Union as a
response to the worldwide depression.
IS: Direct Instruction, Multiple Means of Representation,
Word Wall, Effective Questioning Strategies
HW:
Acceleration- Social
Studies Day
SSTT- Practice
Vocab Due 3/8
Speeches
Vocab Quiz 3/8
ASM:
WU: Warm-Up Questions
GP: Causes of WWII Notes
IP: Foldable
C: Exit ticket
Std: 7-4.5 Summarize the causes and course of World
War II, including drives for empire, appeasement and
isolationism, the invasion of Poland, the Battle of
Britain, the invasion of the Soviet Union, the “Final
Solution,” the Lend-Lease program, Pearl Harbor,
Stalingrad, the campaigns in North Africa and the
Mediterranean, the D-Day invasion, the island-hopping
campaigns, and the bombing of Hiroshima and
Nagasaki.
IS: Direct Instruction, Multiple Means of Representation,
Word Wall, Effective Questioning Strategies
HW-
Acceleration-Math
SSTT- Practice
speeches/get amendments
ready
ASM: Vocab Quiz- WWII Vocabulary
WU: Warm-Up Questions
GP: Causes of WWII Notes cont.
IP: Foldable cont.
C: Exit question
Std: 7-4.5 Summarize the causes and course of World
War II, including drives for empire, appeasement and
isolationism, the invasion of Poland, the Battle of
Britain, the invasion of the Soviet Union, the “Final
Solution,” the Lend-Lease program, Pearl Harbor,
Stalingrad, the campaigns in North Africa and the
Mediterranean, the D-Day invasion, the island-hopping
campaigns, and the bombing of Hiroshima and
Nagasaki
IS: Direct Instruction, Multiple Means of Representation,
Word Wall, Effective Questioning Strategies
HWAcceleration- Social
Studies
SSTT- Practice
speeches/get amendments
ready
ASM:
WU: Warm-Up Questions
GP: Germany Invasions
IP: Handout- “How did Hitler Come to Power?”
C: Exit question
Std:
IS: Direct Instruction, Multiple Means of Representation,
Word Wall, Effective Questioning Strategies
ASM:
HWAcceleration-Science
SSTT- Practice
speeches/get amendments
ready
Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Essential Question: What role did the
Treaty of Versailles play in causing
World War II?
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