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Warm-Up: January 20 Directions: Follow the directions below. 1. Have a seat 2. Take

Warm-Up: January 20 Directions: Follow the directions below. 1. Have a seat 2. Take out a pen or pencil

Warm-Up: January 21 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer

Warm-Up: January 21 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer choice. 1. Which of the following is true about the United States, in the days prior to the Japanese attacks on Pearl Harbor? A. The United States was at war with Germany, but not Japan. B. The United States was at war with both Germany and Japan. C. The United States was at war with Japan, but not Germany. D. The United States was not at war with Germany nor Japan.

Warm-Up: January 22 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer

Warm-Up: January 22 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer choice. 2. Under the U. S. Constitution, the government may not take private property unless — A. The land requires extensive restoration B. The government determines that the land is critical to developers’ profits C. The landowner refuses to build a home on the land D. The government pays the owner fair compensation for the land

Warm-Up: January 23 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer

Warm-Up: January 23 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer choice. . "The great rule of conduct for us in regard to foreign nations is, in extending our commercial relations, to have with them as little political connection as possible. " 3. This quotation supports a foreign policy of A. Imperialism B. Appeasement C. Neutrality D. Economic sanctions

Warm-Up: January 26 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer

Warm-Up: January 26 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer choice. Neutrality Acts, 1935 -1937 Cash & Carry Program, 1939 Lend-Lease Program, 1941 1. Which change in United States foreign policy is demonstrated by the passage of these acts prior to World War II? A. A shift from neutrality toward more direct involvement B. An effort to become more neutral C. A movement from isolationism to containment of communism D. A desire to provide aid to both Allied and Axis powers

Warm-Up: January 27 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer

Warm-Up: January 27 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer choice. 2. This World War II cartoon was used to encourage Americans to A. Buy war bonds B. Conserve natural resources C. Serve in the armed forces D. Work in war industries

Warm-Up: January 28 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer

Warm-Up: January 28 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer choice. § Use the information in the charts from your notes yesterday to answer these questions… 4 -6 complete sentences each. 1. What was the biggest change on the U. S. home front during WW 2? Why? 2. What were the positive & negative aspects of the changes in the American home front during WW 2? 3. Which group had it the “best” during the war? The “worst”?

Warm-Up: January 29 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer

Warm-Up: January 29 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer choice. § Use the timeline on the back of the notes from yesterday, and the reading on the Holocaust from class to answer these 3 questions. 1. Why do you think more was not done to help the situation? 2. What could or should have been done differently by (a) the president? (b) The media? (c) The military? 3. Do you agree that the best way to help European Jews was to win the war quickly? Or do you think the U. S. should have prioritized humanitarian efforts to help Jews even if it meant that the war went on longer?

Warm-Up: January 30 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer

Warm-Up: January 30 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer choice. 9. What was a key challenge faced by the United States during World War II? A. Lack of public support for the war effort B. Fighting the war on several fronts C. Difficulty gaining congressional support D. Total reliance on naval power

Warm-Up: February 2 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer

Warm-Up: February 2 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer choice. 1. Shortly after entering World War II, the United States began the Manhattan Project to – A. Work on the development of an atomic bomb B. Increase economic production to meet wartime demands C. Defend New York City against a nuclear attack D. Recruit men for the military services

Warm-Up: February 3 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer

Warm-Up: February 3 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer choice. 2. Which statement best explains why the U. S. mainland suffered little physical attack during World War II? A. B. C. D. The policy of isolationism discouraged foreign attacks Latin America provided a buffer zone from acts of aggression by others Geographic isolation still kept America protected from most of the fighting U. S. military fortifications prevented attacks on U. S. soil

Warm-Up: February 4 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer

Warm-Up: February 4 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer choice. New Test Day Procedures: 1. Take out a pencil 2. Place all other belongings, backpacks, electronic devices (OFF), in the front of the room (Like STAAR) 3. Any electronic device found out/cheating will result in an automatic 0 on the test, with the re-take to be taken during tutoring.

Warm-Up: February 5 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer

Warm-Up: February 5 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer choice. 3. What was one result of World War II? A. The arms race ended. B. The Cold War ended. C. Communism was eliminated. D. Two superpowers emerged.

Warm-Up: February 6 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer

Warm-Up: February 6 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer choice. 4. Among the allied powers, which nation’s economic system was most different from that of the United States following World War II? A. France B. Great Britain C. Australia D. Soviet Union

Warm-Up: February 9 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer

Warm-Up: February 9 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer choice. 1. Which of these was the result of the production of an atomic bomb by the Soviet Union? A. The spread of communism B. The continuation of the 28 th parallel C. A space race between the Soviets and Americans D. An arms race between the Soviets and Americans

Warm-Up: February 10 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer

Warm-Up: February 10 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer choice. 2. The primary goal of the United States foreign policy of containment was to A. Return to noninvolvement in world affairs B. Stop communist influence from spreading C. Gain territories in Africa and Latin America D. Overthrow existing dictatorships

Warm-Up: February 11 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer

Warm-Up: February 11 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer choice. TURN IN YOUR HOMEWORK FROM YESTERDAY (7 -Questions) 3. What was a major outcome of the Korean War (1950– 1953)? A. Korea continued to be a divided nation. B. North Korea became an ally of the United States. C. South Korea became a communist nation. D. Control of Korea was turned over to the United Nations. 4. The main foreign policy objective of the Marshall Plan (1948– 1952) was to – A. stop communist aggression in Korea B. fight poverty in Latin America C. rebuild the economies of European nations D. provide jobs for unemployed Americans

Warm-Up: February 12 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer

Warm-Up: February 12 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer choice. TURN IN YOUR HOMEWORK That was due YESTERDAY (7 -Questions) 5. The protestors in the photograph are expressing their hatred for – A. Fascists B. Communists C. Immigrants D. Police Officers

Warm-Up: February 13 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer

Warm-Up: February 13 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer choice 6. How did the Soviet launch of Sputnik (1957) impact American society? A. It proved that the Soviet Union could merely duplicate American accomplishments which caused a great degree of national pride. B. It caused a demand for more emphasis on math and science in American schools because the Russians had bested American ingenuity. C. It resulted in a better relationship and scientific sharing between the Soviet Union and the United States. D. It resulted in the federal government cutting back on spending for education in an effort to increasing defense spending. 7. Which phrase best describes the 1950 s U. S. policy of brinkmanship? A. Providing economic aid to needy postwar Europeans B. Offering military aid to democratic governments C. Establishing peaceful relations with the Soviet Union D. Using the threat of nuclear war to prevent the spread of communism 8. President Dwight Eisenhower strengthened the nation’s transportation system by – A. Ordering the desegregation of the armed forces B. Creating the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare C. Promoting passage of the Interstate Highway Act D. Encouraging funds for science and math education

Warm-Up: February 17 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer

Warm-Up: February 17 Directions: Be sure to write the date, question, and complete answer choice 1. NEW CELL PHONE & WI-FI RULES 2. Take out your reviews from Friday, you have 15 minutes to work on them before EVERYONE is required to play Kahoot!!!!!

Warm-Up: February 18 Test Day Procedures: 1. Take out a pencil 2. Place all

Warm-Up: February 18 Test Day Procedures: 1. Take out a pencil 2. Place all other belongings, backpacks, electronic devices (OFF), in the front of the room (Like STAAR) 3. Any electronic device found out/cheating will result in an automatic 0 on the test, with the re-take to be taken during tutoring.

Warm-Up: February 25 1. List three generalizations you can make about this period from

Warm-Up: February 25 1. List three generalizations you can make about this period from looking at these images. 2. What are some interesting things you see in this collage of photographs? 3. What don’t you see in this collage?