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Julian March 11-12

Wednesday, 12 March, 14


Task • In this task there will be some pictures of major events that have happened in the past. • Look at the events and think what happened • Choose 2-3 pictures and write about your interpretation and understanding of the event • Ask yourself “What was the event?” and “How do I know what happened?” • Delete any of the slides that you do not use and post on your blog by converting it into a pdf and then uploading to ISSU.

Wednesday, 12 March, 14


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Where we are in place and time

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‘Different interpretations of the past can be discovered by investigating historical events’ Wednesday, 12 March, 14


World War 2

“What was the event?” and “How do I know what happened?” Wednesday, 12 March, 14


What happened in this Event? How do I know what happened? • I read the Bomb book about WWII • Adolf Hitler didn’t like Jewish people so he invaded Poland and world forces found out, creating the Allied Forced against Italy, Japan, and Germany. • It lasted from 1938 to 1945

Wednesday, 12 March, 14


Hong Kong Hand over

“What was the event?” and “How do I know what happened?” Wednesday, 12 March, 14


What happened in this Event? How do I know what happened? • We have fireworks today symbolizing the birth of HK • The British had occupied HK in 1850 and stayed until Beijing had found out and gave them a 99 year contract to stay until ’97 • The British handed over HK into China as a SAR(Special Administrated Region

Wednesday, 12 March, 14


Tiananmen Square

“What was the event?” and “How do I know what happened?” Wednesday, 12 March, 14


What happened in this Event? How do I know what happened? • Memorials on the day • There was a university protest against the government and the military came in with tanks and rampaged • Science Museum video on the subject in a G4 field trip. • May 6, 1989

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