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1 Assignment 35 Thursday February 1,2018 Story War in Yemen Congress Member s Wreck CDC Director Loses Job Ten-second Trivia Now Playing: Rock a Insert Bye by Clean Bandit Student Music 1 paragraph summary 1 Sentence Summary Today s Music Requests: 1. Rock a Bye by Clean Bandit 2. The Potato Song 3. Cheerleader by OMI 4. This Will be the Day by Jeff Williams 5. Safety Dance by Crazy Frog main idea 3 supporting details your opinion.

2 Assignment 35 Thursday February 1,2018 Story War in Yemen Congress Member s Wreck CDC Director Loses Job Ten-second Trivia Insert Student Music 1 paragraph summary Now Playing: The Potato Song 1 Sentence Summary Today s Music Requests: 1. Rock a Bye by Clean Bandit 2. The Potato Song 3. Cheerleader by OMI 4. This Will be the Day by Jeff Williams 5. Safety Dance by Crazy Frog main idea 3 supporting details your opinion.

3 Assignment 35 Thursday February 1,2018 Story War in Yemen Congress Member s Wreck CDC Director Loses Job Ten-second Trivia 1 paragraph summary 1 Sentence Summary Today s Music Requests: 1. Rock a Bye by Clean Bandit 2. The Potato Song 3. Cheerleader by OMI 4. This Will be the Day by Jeff Williams 5. Safety Dance by Crazy Frog main idea 3 supporting details your opinion.

4 Assignment 37 Homework Online HW, PMT 3 Study Time Posted at mrharbaugh.com > Homework Page 20 points Free Response Due Monday 2/5 by 9am Unlimited attempts Open Study

5 Class Business Assignment 21 Makeup Assignment The link is now fixed WWII Video Quiz

6 Intramural Sports info at mrharbaugh.com or carwisecivics.org

7 Extra Credit Opportunity State of the Union Address tonight at 9pm. Or watch it online (YouTube) if it s on too late for you. Due by Monday 2/5/ points of extra credit. Write a 1 page summary including topics covered by President Trump. Include your reaction (opinion).

8 Civics in the News Absent students are excused. Students wishing to improve their grades should research a current news event dealing with U.S. government, and write a 1/2 page summary describing who, what, when, where and why. Include your opinion. It must be in complete sentences. Bring it to Mr. Harbaugh or scan it and it to For more information about CNN10 go to mrharbaugh.com > CNN10 Page or Google CNN10.

9 Assignment 35 Thursday February 1,2018 Story War in Yemen Congress Member s Wreck CDC Director Loses Job Ten-second Trivia 1 paragraph summary 1 Sentence Summary Today s Music Requests: 1. Rock a Bye by Clean Bandit 2. The Potato Song 3. Cheerleader by OMI 4. This Will be the Day by Jeff Williams 5. Safety Dance by Crazy Frog main idea 3 supporting details your opinion.

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11 Assignment 35 Thursday February 1,2018 Story War in Yemen Congress Member s Wreck CDC Director Loses Job Ten-second Trivia Now Playing: Insert Student Music Cheerleader by OMI 1 paragraph summary 1 Sentence Summary Today s Music Requests: 1. Rock a Bye by Clean Bandit 2. The Potato Song 3. Cheerleader by OMI 4. This Will be the Day by Jeff Williams 5. Safety Dance by Crazy Frog main idea 3 supporting details your opinion.

12 Assignment 35 Thursday February 1,2018 Story War in Yemen Congress Member s Wreck CDC Director Loses Job Ten-second Trivia Share 1 paragraph summary 1 Sentence Summary Today s Music Requests: 1. Rock a Bye by Clean Bandit 2. The Potato Song 3. Cheerleader by OMI 4. This Will be the Day by Jeff Williams 5. Safety Dance by Crazy Frog main idea 3 supporting details your opinion.

13 Assignment Number Correction Assignment Points Draw this chart on Workbook page 28 or Notebook paper Conflict (blank Page) Why did the U.S. Get involved? WW I WW II Korean War Gulf War I Gulf War II The war in Afghanistan Now Playing: News Stamp Check This Will be the Day by Jeff Williams

14 Conflict Why did the U.S. Get involved? The War in Afghanistan Jump to War in Afghanistan

15 Assignment Points Conflict World War I Why did the U.S. Get involved?

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17 Germany had formally surrendered on November 11, 1918, and all nations had agreed to stop fighting while the terms of peace were negotiated. On June 28, 1919, Germany and the Allied Nations (including Britain, France, Italy and Russia) signed the Treaty of Versailles, formally ending the war.

18 Conflict World War I Why did the U.S. Get involved? On April 6, 1917, the U.S. entered this war to help its allies of Britain, France, and Russia--to fight in Germany, Austria- Hungary, Turkey, Bulgaria. It lasted from 1914 to More than 2 million U.S. soldiers fought, although many Americans were not in favor of the U.S. entering the war and wanted to remain neutral.

19 WWI Tanks

20 Conflict World War I Why did the U.S. Get involved? On April 6, 1917, the U.S. entered this war to help its allies of Britain, France, and Russia--to fight in Germany, Austria- Hungary, Turkey, Bulgaria. It lasted from 1914 to More than 2 million U.S. soldiers fought, although many Americans were not in favor of the U.S. entering the war and wanted to remain neutral.

21 Conflict Why did the U.S. Get involved? World War II

22 Countries Involved in WWII The war Began in Europe with Nazi Germany's attack on Poland in September 1939, and in Asia in 1939, the U.S. did not enter the war until after the Japanese bombed the American fleet in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on December 7, WW II involved most of the world's countries, and ended in 1945.

23 Conflict Why did the U.S. Get involved? World War II The war Began in Europe with Nazi Germany's attack on Poland in September 1939, and in Asia in 1939, the U.S. did not enter the war until after the Japanese bombed the American fleet in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on December 7, WW II involved most of the world's countries, and ended in 1945.

24 Conflict Why did the U.S. Get involved? World War II The war Began in Europe with Nazi Germany's attack on Poland in September 1939, and in Asia in 1939, the U.S. did not enter the war until after the Japanese bombed the American fleet in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on December 7, WW II involved most of the world's countries, and ended in 1945.

25 The End of WWII WW II ended in World War II proved to be the most devastating international conflict in history, taking the lives of some 35 to 60 million people, including 6 million Jews who died at the hands of the Nazis.

26 WWII Soldier Bear

27 Conflict Korean War Why did the U.S. Get involved?

28 Conflict Why did the U.S. Get involved? Korean War This war began in 1950 when 75,000 soldiers from the North Korean Army poured across the boundary between the Sovietbacked North Korea and the pro-western South Korea. This invasion was the first military action of the Cold War. By July, American troops had entered the war on South Korea's behalf. Finally, in July 1953, war came to an end. In all, some 5 million soldiers and civilians lost their lives. The Korean peninsula is still divided today.

29 Conflict Why did the U.S. Get involved? Korean War This war began in 1950 when 75,000 soldiers from the North Korean Army poured across the boundary between the Sovietbacked North Korea and the pro-western South Korea. This invasion was the first military action of the Cold War. By July, American troops had entered the war on South Korea's behalf. Finally, in July 1953, war came to an end. In all, some 5 million soldiers and civilians lost their lives. The Korean peninsula is still divided today.

30 Cold War- Gulags

31 Conflict Why did the U.S. Get involved? Gulf War I (Persian Gulf War)

32 Conflict Gulf War I (Persian Gulf War) Why did the U.S. Get involved?

33 Conflict Gulf War I (Persian Gulf War) Why did the U.S. Get involved?

34 Conflict Gulf War I (Persian Gulf War) Why did the U.S. Get involved?

35 Conflict Gulf War I (Persian Gulf War) Why did the U.S. Get involved?

36 Conflict Gulf War I (Persian Gulf War) Why did the U.S. Get involved? A military conflict in 1991 between Iraq and a coalition force of 34 nations mandated by the United Nations and led by the U.S. under President H.W. Bush. Its goal was to give military aid to the country of Kuwait after it was invaded by the neighboring country of Iraq led by the dictator Saddam Hussein.

37 Conflict Gulf War I (Persian Gulf War) Why did the U.S. Get involved? A military conflict in 1991 between Iraq and a coalition force of 34 nations mandated by the United Nations and led by the U.S. under President H.W. Bush. Its goal was to give military aid to the country of Kuwait after it was invaded by the neighboring country of Iraq led by the dictator Saddam Hussein.

38 The End of the Persian Gulf War President George H.W. Bush declared a cease-fire on February 28; by that time, most Iraqi forces in Kuwait had either surrendered or fled.

39 Conflict Why did the U.S. Get involved? Gulf War I (Persian Gulf War) Jump to WWI A military conflict in 1991 between Iraq and a coalition force of 34 nations mandated by the United Nations and led by the U.S. under President H.W. Bush. Its goal was to give military aid to the country of Kuwait after it was invaded by the neighboring country of Iraq led by the dictator Saddam Hussein.

40 Conflict Why did the U.S. Get involved? Gulf War I (Persian Gulf War) Jump to WWI A military conflict in 1991 between Iraq and a coalition force of 34 nations mandated by the United Nations and led by the U.S. under President H.W. Bush. Its goal was to give military aid to the country of Kuwait after it was invaded by the neighboring country of Iraq led by the dictator Saddam Hussein.

41 Conflict Why did the U.S. Get involved? Gulf War I (Persian Gulf War) Jump to WWI A military conflict in 1991 between Iraq and a coalition force of 34 nations mandated by the United Nations and led by the U.S. under President H.W. Bush. Its goal was to give military aid to the country of Kuwait after it was invaded by the neighboring country of Iraq led by the dictator Saddam Hussein.

42 Conflict Gulf War II (Operation Iraqi Freedom) Why did the U.S. Get involved? This was the 2003 military conflict in Iraq, also called the Iraq War. It began March 20, 2003, initiated by the U.S. under president George W. Bush, the United Kingdom and other nations with the goal of overthrowing the dictator Saddam Hussein and putting a democratic form of government in Iraq.

43 Assignment Points It began March 20, 2003, initiated by the U.S. under president George W. Bush,

44 The end of Operation Iraqi Freedom December 15, American troops lower the flag of command that flies over Baghdad officially ending the U.S. military mission in Iraq.

45 News Coverage- US Invades Iraq

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47 Conflict Why did the U.S. Get involved? Gulf War II (Operation Iraqi Freedom) This was the 2003 military conflict in Iraq, also called the Iraq War. It began March 20, 2003, initiated by the U.S. under president George W. Bush, the United Kingdom and other nations with the goal of overthrowing the dictator Saddam Hussein and putting a democratic form of government in Iraq. Jump to Gulf War I

48 Conflict Why did the U.S. Get involved? Gulf War II (Operation Iraqi Freedom) This was the 2003 military conflict in Iraq, also called the Iraq War. It began March 20, 2003, initiated by the U.S. under president George W. Bush, the United Kingdom and other nations with the goal of overthrowing the dictator Saddam Hussein and putting a democratic form of government in Iraq. Jump to Gulf War I

49 Conflict Why did the U.S. Get involved? The War in Afghanistan

50 What happened on 9/11/2001?

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52 Flight 175 and Flight 11

53 First Plan Impact

54 Second Plan Impact

55 First Tower Falls

56 President George W. Bush Addresses the People

57 The U.S. Strikes Afghanistan

58 The U.S. Strikes Afghanistan

59 Conflict Why did the U.S. Get involved? The War in Afghanistan

60 Conflict Why did the U.S. Get involved? The War in Afghanistan

61 Conflict Why did the U.S. Get involved? The War in Afghanistan

62 Flight 93

63 Flight 77

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66 What is an extremist?

67 Warmup Why do you think those responsible attacked the U.S.?

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69 1991 Gulf War

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76 4. How has the U.S. changed after ?

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78 Conflict Why did the U.S. Get involved? The War in Afghanistan

79 Conflict Why did the U.S. Get involved? The War in Afghanistan Jump to Gulf War II

80 Conflict Why did the U.S. Get involved? The War in Afghanistan Jump to Gulf War II

81 Assignment 36 Check C.4.3 Notes Clean up Time Stamp Check Now Playing Safety Dance by Crazy Frog

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