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  • MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY

    3/19 Causes of WWI

    3/20 WWI: Duration and Effects

    3/21 Aftermath of WWI

    3/22 WWI LEQ

    3/23 Road to WWII

    3/26 WWII

    3/27 WWII

    3/28 Finish WWII; WWII DBQ- Analyze docs

    3/29 WWII DBQ- Write DBQ response

    3/30 NO SCHOOL!

    UPCOMING WHAP AGENDA

    Other WHAP Reminders: *Pay for your AP Test ASAP if you haven’t already done so! *Our mock exam will be on Saturday, April 7 from 8-11:30 am. More details coming soon. *We will finish our content (Period 6) on Friday, April 20. We will review for almost 4 weeks from 4/23-5/16. *The AP World History Exam is on Thursday, May 17!

  • The M.A.I.N. Causes of World War I

  • LONG-TERM CAUSES OF WORLD WAR I M- Militarism

    ● Arms race among European countries

    ● Belief that a strong military was needed to be great

    ● Glorification of the military (show of strength)

    ● Generals planned for mobilization “just in case” war were to break out

  • LONG-TERM CAUSES OF WORLD WAR I A- Alliances

    ● Rivalries, suspicion and mistrust among European countries led to defensive alliances

    ● Germany, led by Otto Von Bismarck, felt France was the biggest threat to peace (maybe they wanted revenge for their defeat in the Franco-Prussian War?)- wanted to isolate France

    ○ Germany formed an alliance with Austria-Hungary and Italy by 1883- this was called the Triple Alliance

    ○ Germany also made a treaty w/ Russia in 1881 Otto Von Bismarck

  • LONG-TERM CAUSES OF WORLD WAR I A- Alliances

    ● Kaiser Wilhelm II became ruler of Germany in 1888- forced Otto Von Bismarck out in 1890

    ○ Wilhelm II let treaty w/ Russia lapse- RUS responded by allying w/ France

    ○ GER under Wilhelm II had a major shipbuilding project- BR alarmed, formed an entente w/ France

    ○ By 1907, the Triple Entente included France, Britain, and Russia

    Kaiser Wilhelm II

  • Discussion Questions

    ● What do you think militarism and alliances were intended to do?

    ● What are the problems with these developments?

  • LONG-TERM CAUSES OF WORLD WAR I I-Imperialism

    ● Competition for political prestige and economic power among European countries

    ● Increased rivalry, mistrust as they competed for overseas empires

    ● Colonies provided additional resources (material and human resources) that could be used in war

  • LONG-TERM CAUSES OF WORLD WAR I N- Nationalism

    ● Intense devotion to one’s nation ● Fueled increase rivalry among

    European nations ● In the Balkan Peninsula, intense

    feelings of nationalism among different ethnic groups (Serbs, Bulgarians, Romanians, etc)- many had demanded independence from Ottoman Empire

  • IMMEDIATE CAUSES OF WORLD WAR I ● The Balkans were seen as the “Powder

    Keg” of Europe- potentially explosive due to nationalistic sentiment among ethnic groups

    ● Serbia had a large Slavic population- hoped to unite the Slavs of the Balkans

    ○ Russia supported this ○ Austria opposed this- feared it may cause

    Austria’s own Slavic population to rebel

    ● 1908: Austria annexed Bosnia and Herzegovina- 2 Balkan areas w/ large Slavic populations

    ○ Serbia was outraged- it wanted to rule this area

  • IMMEDIATE CAUSES OF WORLD WAR I ● June 28, 1914- Austrian Archduke

    Franz Ferdinand and his wife were in Sarajevo (capital of Bosnia)

    ● Both were assassinated by a Serbian nationalist and member of the Black Hands (secret society that wanted Bosnia free of Austrian rule)

    ● Austria wanted to punish Serbia- Serbia sought to comply, but by July 28 Austria declared war on Serbia

    WORLD WAR I HAD BEGUN!

  • OUTBREAK OF WORLD WAR I (1914) ● After Austria declared war on Serbia, a domino

    effect began as the alliances went into effect

    1. Austria declared war on Serbia 2. Russia (Serbia’s ally) moved troops to borders

    w/ Austria and Germany 3. Germany (Austria’s ally) declared war on

    Russia, then pre-emptively declared war on France (Russia’s ally)

    4. Britain (ally of France and Russia) declared war on Germany

  • OUTBREAK OF WORLD WAR I (1914) Alliances during World War I

    ● CENTRAL POWERS: Germany and Austria-Hungary- Bulgaria and the Ottoman Empire also joined, hoping to regain lost territory

    ● ALLIES: Britain, France, and Russia- Japan also joined later, also Italy switched sides (felt the other side had unjustly started the war)

  • Notes About Daily Grades for WHAP ● Make sure you are doing your daily assignments and putting forth effort! ● The key is to be thorough! Be as comprehensive as you possibly can! “Bare

    bones” simplistic/minimalistic responses will not cut it!

  • Literacy Assignment (Ottoman Essay) Feedback ● Not a DBQ or LEQ, but still needed to see a quality essay ● Should’ve still followed the 5 paragraph model- Intro, Body Paragraphs (3),

    Conclusion ● Intro should’ve had context and a clear thesis statement ● Each body paragraph needs a topic sentence that clearly identifies what the

    paragraph is about and also ties back to the thesis ● Body paragraphs still needed to support your argument with text evidence,

    thorough analysis

  • DON’T serve your reader this!

    Nobody wants “bare bones”!

    Instead, make sure to put plenty of “meat” on those “bones”! Your reader is hungry- give them plenty to “eat”!

    Writing an essay is kind of like serving a meal...

  • LEQ Feedback ● With the prompts given, you were to choose ONE prompt, then decide the

    skill you were going to use- this determined which kind of LEQ you would write

    ○ Comparison- Similarities, differences, or both ○ Causation- Causes, effects, or both ○ CCOT- Continuities, changes, or both

    ● Then, you were to decide how specific or broad you would make your response- would you focus on one revolution, two revolutions, Atlantic Revolutions in general?

    ● 5 paragraph model, provide plenty of specific examples and analysis (“meat”)!

  • Revolutions LEQ ● Half of a test grade- 50 points out of 100 (the other half will come from the

    imperialism DBQ) ● Want to improve your score? Revise your LEQ- look over the feedback given,

    and make it better. Follow the LEQ revision guide that is posted on the website.

    ● Turn in your revised LEQ by Thursday, March 22 (before we write our next LEQ)

  • WHAP HW ● Revise your Revolutions LEQ- use the LEQ revision guide on the website-

    turn this in by Thursday, March 22 (this Thursday) ○ MUST be handwritten! ○ MUST be your original ideas- no copying!

    ● Read and take notes over the Intro to Period 6 (973-979) and Ch. 20 pp 981-985