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Korean War Notes

February 24, 2012 Leave a comment

We will be looking at the first “hot” conflict of the Cold War–the Korean War.

Here are the notes for the Korean War: Cold War Notes (Sec 4 – Korean War)

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Cold War Notes

February 23, 2012 Leave a comment

I have set the due date for the Cold War Notes we have been working on for Monday February 27 at 11:59 PM on SpringBoard. The classes I have today will have time to finish up the independent part of the notes and we will finish up the rest of the lecture on Friday.

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Cold War Propaganda Project

February 17, 2012 1 comment

Here is the directions and guidelines for the new project where you will be creating a video production to demonstrate a Cold War theme within the United States. You will be creatinga propaganda production (can be a commercial, a short movie, etc.)

DON’T FREAK OUT!!!! This assignment is intended to be fun, promote creativity, demonstrate understanding in an alternative way, and give media production experience! I’m not expecting your productions to be Steven Spielberg caliber! Cold War Propaganda Project

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The Iron Curtain Falls on Europe

February 17, 2012 1 comment

The alliance between the U.S. and the Soviet Union quickly faded after WWII

February 17, 2011

Good morning sophomores,

Today we will begin discussing and taking notes on the beginning of the Cold War Era. We will discuss the main   circumstances and issues that led to the 40 year struggle called the Cold War.

Here are your notes for today: Cold War Notes 1 (Sections 2&3) – Iron Curtain & Healing the Wounds of War  (We will be covering the material in section 1 in class. You will be covering the material in section 2 independently.)

Be prepared to discuss and participate today!

Next Stop…the Cold War

February 14, 2012 Leave a comment

February 15, 2012

You need to know who these two people are!

Today we will begin covering the Cold War. You should have a solid prior knowledge of this topic from covering it with Mr. O’Neil last year. We will go into a bit more detail while focusing on particular topics that can show up on the OGT.

I want you to think about the main ways that the end of World War II led to the Cold War.

Today you will be going over a vocabulary for chapter 25. It is very important that you take this seriously and learn these terms–because most of them can show up on the OGT. The better you understand them, the better you will do on a potential question that includes them!

Here is today’s assignment that we will be working on in class: Ch. 25 Introduction (Cold War Begins)   (PLEASE EITHER BRING YOUR LAPTOPS OR PRINT THIS US FOR CLASS ON WEDNESDAY!)  We wil

Question…

February 8, 2012 5 comments

Hey Sophomores!

I hope you all had a good day today. Could someone (from each class) post in the comments how far you got on the DVD today? I need to know if you finished it or not so I can plan time to finish it (if we need to) tomorrow.

Also, did you think the DVD was good? Did you learn anything from it? Were most people able to answer the questions?

Thanks and I’ll see you all tomorrow.

Mr. Jones

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World War II Test Study Guide

February 7, 2012 1 comment

Hello students,

I know you all have been waiting for this. Here is the Study Guide for the World War II Test on Friday: World War II Test Study Guide

Remember that the PowerPoint is on the Uploads Page if you want to review it to study for the test.

Remember, don’t study hard…study smart!

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