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Academic Accommodation TTW constantly check to see if the student is working on the assignment.

TTW allow extra time to complete the assignment if necessary. TTW ask student(s) to repeat the directions to make sure that they understand what is expected of them to complete in this assignment.



Social Accommodation TTW be certain to seat students of mixed abilities around each other. Students with any disabilities will not be seated near each other, but near a student without a disability as much as possible.

Environmental Accommodation For a student with ADHD TTW be certain that the student(s) is not near a window or the hallway door to help avoid distraction.

Behavioral Accommodation TTW give appropriate feedback to a student with any behavioral issue to encourage that student(s) to continue working on the given task. Classroom rules will be posted clearly. If needed a cool off area will be established for a student.

Name:
Date:


Class Period:

The Origins of World War II


Match the left column with the letter of the statement in the right column which best describes it.



1. ___Germany

a. This country along with France declared war on Germany after Hitler invaded Poland.

2. ___France

b. This country made a non-aggression pact with Germany.

3. ___Britain

c. Hitler was appeased at the Munich Conference with a portion of this country called the Sudetenland.

4. ___Austria

d. This country was blamed for World War I and forced to pay huge reparations to the victor countries.

5. ___Czechoslovakia

e. This country fortified its borders with Germany except for an area called the Ardennes forest which they assumed could not be penetrated by a large army.

6. ___Soviet Union

f. Hitler invaded this country only to get to the northern part of France.

7. ___Belgium

g. This country was unwillingly annexed by Germany in a move called the Anschluss.

8. ___Poland

h. The invasion of this country sparked the beginning of World War II.

Answer the following short essays based upon the discussion in class.

1. What was the Munich conference? Why did the French and British give into Hitler's demands?

2. What was the Nazi-Soviet Pact? Why did Hitler make a deal with the Soviet Union?

Bonus: What was the name of the region in Western Germany which Hitler illegally reoccupied?

The Origins of World War II Worksheet Answer Key:

Section 1 matching
1. d
2. e
3. a
4. g
5. c
6. b
7. f
8. h

Short Answer

1. Leaders from Britain and France met with Hitler and agreed to give him a portion of Czechoslovakia where many ethnic Germans lived. Neither country wanted to fight another large scale war. The French were especially terrified about fighting the Germans again after the massive number of casualties and damage resulting from World War I.

2. The Nazi-Soviet Pact was a non-aggression pact between Germany and the Soviet Union. It was important because Britain and France had been trying to arrange a pact with the Soviet Union but were unsuccessful. With the Soviet Union now neutral, Britain and France were out of possible powerful European allies. Hitler did not want to fight a two front war against Britain/France in the west and against the Soviet Union in the east. The Germans needed raw materials to fight the coming war against Britain and France. The Soviet Union is a huge country abundant with raw materials.

Bonus: The Ruhr Region

Fill in the names of the countries we discuss and take notes on their importance in the space provided below.



Country/Region

Importance

Ruhr


 

Austria


 

Czechoslovakia


 

Soviet Union


 

Poland


 

Belgium


 

France


 

Great Britain


 

ANSWER KEY:



Fill in the names of the countries we discuss and take notes on their importance in the space provided below.

Country/Region

Importance

Ruhr


Area of western Germany which Hitler illegally reoccupied with troops and military equipment. Illegal based upon Versailles Treaty of WWI.

Austria


In March 1938, Hitler's army marched in and occupied Austria. This is referred to as the Anschluss.

Czechoslovakia


The Czechs had already lost the Sudetenland and in March 1939, Hitler's army marched in and took the Western half of the country and declared Slovakia an independent country.

Soviet Union


On Aug. 23, 1939, the Germans and Soviets signed a non-aggression pact which included a secret protocol for dividing up Poland which was Hitler's next target.

Poland


France and Britain had promised to protect Poland if it was invaded and the Germans did invade on Sept. 1, 1939. On September 1, 1939, France and Britain declared war on Germany. World War II had begun.

Belgium


Belgium was a victim of circumstance in WWII. Hitler only invaded Belgium to get to France.

France


When the Germans invaded, the French army was of equal size to the German army. But due to lack of morale, poor leadership, and fear left over from WWI the French were defeated by the Germans in only 6 weeks. Germans attacked with a maneuver called a Pincer. Half of their army came from the North through Belgium and the other half surprised the French by attacking through the thick Ardennes forest in Western France. Germans set up a puppet government in Vichy, France.

Great Britain


After the fall of France, the British were left all alone to fight the Germans for almost a year and a half until the United States entered the war in December of 1941.

References

LD Online. (2010). Accommodations and Modifications. Retrieved from http://www.ldonline.org/indepth/accommodations.

Schultz, R. (2010). The Origins of World War II. Retrieved from http://www.lessonplanspage.com/SSOriginsOfWWIIDiscussionAndWorksheets1012.htm. Accessed on Feb. 27, 2011.



Watson, S. (2011). Best practices for behavior disorders in the classroom. About.com. Retrieved from http://specialed.about.com/cs/behaviordisorders/a/Behavior.htm.


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