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This lesson focuses on three main elements of WWII's consequences: immediate actions, the world's response, and moving forward.
The DBQ requires you to analyze the documents in addition to bringing outside information to bear on the question.
This is a difficult task, and you have only 15 minutes to plan before you begin writing. Use the same strategies given for the LEQ for document analysis.
Use the questions in this lesson to help your students understand the effects of the war more clearly.
The second world war had long-lasting and global effects.The world had been at war for many years, yet the resolution of WWII ushered in the Cold War.Use the questions below to help your students better understand the immediate reactions to the war, the effects on the world, and how the world moved on after the war ended.Directions: Question 1 is based on the accompanying documents.The documents have been edited for the purpose of this exercise.One way to engage your students in critical and analytical thought about World War II is to provide them with essay topics designed to promote intellectual analysis.Writing essays helps your students develop their own voice while gaining practice with the writing process.Overall, World War II changed the face of the United States and set into motion movements that would transform what it meant to be an American in the decades to come.As war seemed inevitable, Americans were called to factories to begin the process of rebuilding American military power and to also bolster America’s only free ally, Great Britain.Either create an outline of key points or time yourself for 55 minutes (15 to prep and 40 to write) to get test day practice.Check your answers against the sample response at the end to see how yours compares!