Using your notes and the book create a venn diagram or comparison chart to compare the two ward we have studied as part of our Cold War unit.
Use textbook pages 370-373
Vietnamese says G.I.s slew 567 in Town
300 protesting Columbian Students Barricade College Dean
250,000 War Protesters
Images that defined the era :https://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/09/04/a-veteran-reporter-reflects-on-a-distant-war/
Photos that made a difference: https://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/09/04/a-veteran-reporter-reflects-on-a-distant-war/
How young soldiers saw life in Vietnam: www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2016/06/28/blogs/how-young-soldiers-saw-life-in-wartime-vietnam/s/28-lens-vets-slide-P7GI.html?action=click&contentCollection=Blogs&entrySlide=1&module=RestartSlideShow&pgtype=imageslideshow®ion=Slideshow+Promo&slideshowTitle=How+Young+Soldiers+Saw+Life+in+Wartime+Vietnam&version=EndSlate
Use pages 368-370 to take notes on the following:
Read textbook pages 348-351 and answer the questions from page 306.
Use textbook pages 336-340 to answer the questions on page 305-306 (Main idea #3)
Read and take notes on the section in your textbook from page 307-311.
1. Read "I Got You at Last, You Little German Girl" on page 321-322 then answer one of the consider this questions in your notes.
2. Read "Genocide" pages 323-326. Record 3 key facts and your reaction to the primary source.
3. Read "Gas" pages 328-330. Record 3 key facts and your reaction to the primary source.
4. Choose one other primary source from this section. Read and record 3 key facts and your reaction to the primary source.
Use pages 312-317 in your textbook to take notes. The questions for this section can be found on page 304 in the textbook.