Rise of totalitarianism after WW1

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The Rise of Dictators After ww1

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Content Standards ● 10.7.1. Understand the causes and consequences of the Russian Revolution including Lenin’s use of totalitarian means to seize and maintain control e.g. the Gulag. ● 10.7.2. Trace Stalin’s rise to power in the Soviet Union and the between economic policies political policies the absence of a free press and systematic violations of human rights e.g. the Terror Famine in Ukraine. ● 10.7.3. Analyze the rise aggression and human costs of totalitarian regimes Fascist and Communist in Germany Italy and the Soviet Union noting especially their common and dissimilar traits.

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Big Ideas 21 Century Skills ● What factors cause governments to fall ● Why do entire populations allow dictators such as Hitler to take control of a country ● What factors lead to the fall of a country ● Students will use the internet to do research about the decades after WW1 to write a research paper practicing proper internet safety and ethical research methods. ● Students will use Chromebooks or iPads to participate in Kahoot activity as a segway into lecture. ● Students will collaborate and research for debates about totalitarianism.

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Student Learning Objectives Assessments ● Students will be able to explain totalitarianism and how Lenin used it to rise/maintain power. ● Understand Stalin’s rise to power and his economic and political policies. Understand what it means to have your rights removed and what the consequences of having your rights removed are. ● Be able to compare and contrast totalitarian leader of Italy Germany and the Soviet Union. compare and contrast Communism and Fascism and be able to recognize these system’s effects politically and socially. ● Students will work in groups to compare and contrast Germany Italy and the Soviet Union under Totalitarian dictatorship. ● Students will write an essay about Stalin and make connections between his economic political and censorship policies and his treatment of the Russian people. ● Students will be able to explain what totalitarianism is and how it was used through group debates.

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Learning Activities 1. Students will read text relevant to this standard as homework prior to class. Begin class with a Kahoot quiz about fascism and communism in Germany Italy and the Soviet Union. Going over the answers which will last most of the period will lead into explination and discussion about these topics that cover this standard. I will be using Kahoot as a fun way to break up lecture into small bite size pieces. 2. quick timed activity: Have students make a simple origami. Some students will not have dests being forced to fold their origami in their lap. This activity is to facilitate discussion about having your rights removed and how the Russian people had their rights removed. Students will use Chromebooks to research Stalin his rise to power and his policies. Students will be practicing internet safety and good and ethical research skills.

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Why I chose this topic ● I chose this topic because although twentieth century history has never been a favorite time period of mine I always enjoyed learning about the dictators in Europe. ● It is important to understand the World Wars and this time period offers a unique view on both World War 1 and 2. We get to observe the horrible consequences WW1 had and we get to put together how those consequences lead to the rise of totalitarianism and the dictators of Europe in the twentieth century. The rise of totalitarianism lead eventually to WW2 and it is import to be able to recognize the events that lead to this tragic conflict and also recognize the circumstances that allowed dictators like Hitler and Lenin to take power.