I can analyze the military strategies the United States & its allies pursued during World War II.
Critical Vocabulary: Benito Mussolini, Adolf Hitler, Third Reich, Emperor Hirohito,Neutrality Acts, "Cash-and-Carry,” General Francisco, Berlin-Rome Axis, "Rape of Nanking," "Quarantine Speech,” Munich Conference, Non-Aggression Pact, "Battle of Britain," "Arsenal of Democracy,” "Lend-Lease" Bill, American First Committee, Atlantic Charter, General Hideki Tojo, Pearl Harbor, General Douglas MacArthur, Battle of the Coral Sea, Battle of Midway, "Island-Hopping," Iwo Jima, Okinawa, General Dwight David Eisenhower, General Omar Bradley, General George S. Patton, Battle of Stalingrad, D-Day, “Battle of the Bulge,” War Resources Board, National War Labor Board, War Labor Disputes Act, Office of Price Administration, Office of Scientific Research and Development, “Manhattan Project,” Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, WAVEs, "Tuskegee Airmen," "Codetalkers,” "Rosie the Riveter,” "Double-V," "Zoot Suit Riots," Office of War Information, Executive Order 9066, Korematsu v. United States, Tehran Conference, United Nations, Yalta Conference, Potsdam Conference, Hiroshima, Nagasaki
- Background Question: Create Trading Cards for George Patton and Douglas MacArthur.
- Citizenship Question: Who does a U.S. Senator represent?
- all people in the United States
- all people in the Senator's state
- only the people in the state who voted for the Senator
- only people who belong to the political party of the Senator
- Guided Instruction: The War in the Pacific
- Independent Learning: World War II Notes
- Reflection Question: Was the US justified in its use of atomic bombs at Hiroshima and Nagasaki?
Homework: World War II Reading