Project #211609 - 4.3.8 Practice Responses to the Global Depression

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Due By (Pacific Time) 11/12/2017 01:03 pm

4.3.8 PracticeResponses to the Global Depression
Practice Guide
World History Sem 2 (S3855095)
Anayeli Cancino
Points possible: 30
Date: ____________

 

In this assignment, you will complete the following steps:
  1. Research: Using reliable sources, research key actions taken by the German, Japanese, and U.S. governments to address the Great Depression.
  2. Analyze: Answer questions that compare and contrast each government's response to the financial crisis.
  3. Synthesize: Draw conclusions about global responses to the Depression and predict how these responses affected each country following the crisis.
 
Research
This section is worth 15 points. See the scoring rubric below for more details on how you will be graded on your research. 

You have learned about some of the key actions taken by the German, Japanese, and U.S. governments to address the Great Depression. Using reliable resources, you will now research additional responses from these countries.
  • For each country, record three responses to the Great Depression not covered in this lesson (ideas mentioned in timelines are O.K.). Be sure to include the date of each response.
  • At least one response for each country should involve that country's military.
  • When you finish your research, write a few sentences summarizing each country's overall response to the Great Depression.
  • Take notes in the graphic organizer provided below.
Begin your research by looking at the websites below. There you will find links to other web pages and sites that may be helpful as well.
Country Responses involving the military Responses not involving the military
Germany























Briefly summarize the German approach:





Japan























Briefly summarize the Japanese approach:





United States























Briefly summarize the U.S. approach:





Analyze
This section is worth 10 points. See the scoring rubric below for more details on how you will be graded. 

Use your research findings to answer the questions below. Remember to support your answers with evidence from your notes.

For questions 1 and 2, select two of the three countries you researched (Germany, Japan, or the United States).



1. Choose two of the countries you researched and answer the following question. How were these countries' approaches to the Great Depression similar?








2. Choose two of the countries you researched and answer the following question. How were these countries' approaches to the Great Depression different?








3. How did the United States and Germany use the power of the government to solve the problems of the Great Depression?








4. How did the U.S. government's approach to the military during the Great Depression differ from that of Germany's Nazi government?








5. Of the three countries you researched, which approach to the Great Depression do you think was most effective? Why?








Conclude
This section is worth 5 points. See the scoring rubric below for more details on how you will be graded. 
Use your research findings to answer the questions below. Remember to support your answers with evidence from your notes.



6. Why do you think certain countries favored military solutions to the Great Depression while other countries did not?








7. Predict how the German, Japanese, and U.S. approaches to the Great Depression may have affected each country once the Depression ended.








Here is the rubric on which your research and writing will be graded.
Research Points Possible Points Awarded
Student accurately describes three additional German responses to the Great Depression; at least one response involves the military. Student thoroughly summarizes the German government's approach to the Great Depression. 5  
Student accurately describes three additional Japanese responses to the Great Depression; at least one response involves the military. Student thoroughly summarizes the Japanese government's approach to the Great Depression. 5  
Student accurately describes three additional U.S. responses to the Great Depression; at least one response involves the military. Student thoroughly summarizes the U.S. government's approach to the Great Depression. 5  
Analyze Points Possible Points Awarded
Question 1: Student accurately compares similarities in two countries' approaches to the Great Depression. 2  
Question 2: Student accurately contrasts differences between two countries' approaches to the Great Depression. 2  
Question 3: Student accurately compares similarities in how the United States and Germany used the power of the government to solve the problems created by the Great Depression. 2  
Question 4: Student accurately describes how the U.S. government's approach to the military during the Great Depression was different from that of Germany's Nazi government. 2  
Question 5: Student convincingly explains why one country's approach to the Great Depression was most effective. 2  
Synthesize Points Possible Points Awarded
Question 1: Student draws a reasonable conclusion about why Germany and Japan favored military solutions to the Great Depression while the United States did not. 2  
Question 2: Student makes reasonable predictions about how the German, Japanese, and U.S. approaches to the Great Depression affected each country once the Depression ended. 3  
Total 30  
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