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4.3.8 Practice: Responses to the Global Depression Practice Guide World History Sem 2 (S3873938) Cameron Saylor 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. 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.
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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. U.S. Department of State: Office of the Historian University of California, Berkeley: Department of Economics University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: Department of English BBC: GCSE Bitesize National Diet Library: Modern Japan in Archives Country Responses involving the military Responses not involving the military Germany 1936: The Hitler Youth Act makes children's membership in the Hitler Youth organization mandatory. The organization teaches young Germans military skills. 1933: Nazis ban different trade unions and force all workers to join the German Labor Front.People are forced to work more hours, yet wages are frozen.
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