Authoritarian governments are on the rise! A billion more people live under dictatorships now than 15 years ago!
A resource for history teachers and students to make history education more engaging. Thursday, February 28, Rise of Dictators Pop Up Notes This wonderfully creative lesson has students creating pop up figures of 5 dictators who came to power in the 's and 30's before World War II.
Included is a sheet with 5 people to cut out: Students then place these onto an included world map that covers 2 pages of their notebooks with spaces for notes about each person.
A powerpoint comes with this download as well that covers everything students need to know based on Common Core Standards.
The powerpoint has a warm up, quotes, pictures, and all relevant information for each dictator. This lesson is amazing for your visual and kinesthetic learners as they are creating a fantastic visual representation of dictators literally rising up out of their notebooks. A free Preview file is available as well with the pop ups, notes pages, answer key, and 1 sample powerpoint slide.
The full download includes the full 14 slide powerpoint with incredible images and quotes like below:This part of the initiativeblog.com web site looks at some of the deeper geopolitical issues in the Middle East, where the control of resources (oil in particular) has led to the overthrow of democracies, support of dictators and human right abusers and so on.
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The recent turmoil in North Africa and the Middle East disproves the idea that dictatorships are acceptable to the people of these nations.
From the uprising in Tunisia to the overthrow of Egypt's Hosni . Hey guys, have you heard? Authoritarian governments are on the rise! A billion more people live under dictatorships now than 15 years ago!
We're living through the Shithead Enlightenment, forcing us to wonder how so many people can ignore the lessons of history and cheerily support dictators.
3 Joseph Stalin (USSR) Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin was a Georgian dictator, and was the leader of the Soviet Union from the mids until his death in Holding the post of the General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, he was effectively the dictator of the state.
Leftist politics is basically a religion these days, including a litany of saints.
Many had cults of personality, some ongoing. Criticizing them gets the same reaction as telling a fundamentalist that a Biblical prophet was a nut. The United States is one of the primary facilitators of anonymous shell companies, which are often used to fund terrorism and crime that threaten U.S.