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World War II Diplomacy Lesson Plans - Chapter Summary
In this chapter, you'll find lesson plans and other resources on World War II diplomacy for your review. Topics presented here by our expert instructors include the Yalta Conference, the Potsdam Conference and the Atlantic Charter. These lesson plans are intended to give you confidence, knowing that all of the curriculum you're presenting to your class meets the appropriate educational standards. If you have any questions that you'd like to discuss with one of our professional instructors, reach out to one of them through the Dashboard.
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- Homework suggestions: Includes detailed information about the significance and purpose of these events to help you create meaningful assignments for your students
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1. Yalta Conference Lesson Plan
Teachers, this lesson plan explores the events that led to the Yalta Conference and the aftermath. Students will watch a video, read a lesson, participate in discussion questions, complete an activity and take two quizzes.
2. The Yalta Conference and The Potsdam Conference: US Diplomacy & International Politics During World War II
Throughout the course of WWII, leaders of many Allied nations met many times to discuss strategy. Then, near the end of the war, two historic conferences shaped the post-war world.
3. Yalta Conference: Definition, Significance & Results
In this lesson we will learn about the Yalta Conference, which took place toward the end of World War II. We will learn what took place at this conference, and we will identify its significance and the results that came from it. We will also explore other key themes and developments surrounding it.
4. Potsdam Conference Lesson Plan
Use this lesson plan to help you teach your students about the Potsdam Conference. Students will read a lesson that explains the meeting, indentifies its attendants, and provides the results. Explore the conference's impact and aftermath, discuss and interact with content, then give a quiz.
5. Potsdam Conference: Definition, Results & Agreements
World War II changed the world in many ways. In this lesson, we're going to talk about how a meeting at the end of the war helped move past WWII and into a new era.
6. Atlantic Charter Lesson Plan
Teach your students about the Atlantic Charter with this lesson plan. Students will read a text lesson that explains the charter, its background and impacts. They will then discuss and analyze content, and apply their knowledge with an activity and quiz.
7. Atlantic Charter: Definition & Purpose
Most documents that redefined world history were formal treaties or declarations. Some, however, were just rough plans. In this lesson, we're going to examine the Atlantic Charter, and see how this agreement helped to reshape the modern world.
8. WWII Appeasement Lesson Plan
This lesson will provide activities for the classroom about Neville Chamberlain's appeasement policy and its consequences during World War II. Students will watch a video lesson, create a battle map, and write a letter of advice to Chamberlain.
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