Capacity Matrix: Peace Keeping Group:IB History of the Americas Student: Know Do LWBAT PROFICIENT ADVANCED PERFORMANCE TASK: the 13–15: Answers are 16–20: Answers are clearly students will choose the manner structured and focused, of performance task to clearly focused on the have full awareness of the demonstrate their skill as they demands of the demands of the wish as long as it follows the question. Specific question, and if appropriate read, write, discuss, and present knowledge is may challenge it. Detailed format. Students will be applied as evidence, specific knowledge is used responsible for citing their and analysis or critical as sources and presenting these commentary are used evidence to support papers in a MLA format. A appropriately to assertions and arguments. Student developed rubric must be produce a specific Historical processes such as attached and partners may not argument. Events are comparison and contrast, duplicate their final product. The placed in context and placing events in context plan, do , check, and adjust must there is sound and evaluating different be included as a reflection of understanding of interpretations are used learning. Once you start your PT historical processes appropriately and you are on the clock, you have and comparison and effectively. three (3) days to complete task or contrast. Evaluation of deduct 30% for each day of non different approaches completion. Thank you may be used to Management! substantiate arguments presented. Explain the aims or objectives and effects of Wilson and the Fourteen Points on the participants and peacemakers of the post WWI era Analyze the terms of the Paris Peace Treaties 1919-20: Versailles, St Germain, Trianon, Neuilly, Sèvres/Lausanne 1923 Explain the geopolitical and economic impact of the treaties on Europe; the establishment and impact of the mandate system Analyze and explain the enforcement of the provisions of the treaties on US isolationism—the retreat from the Anglo–American Guarantee; disarmament— Washington, London, Geneva conferences Analyze the Ruhr Crisis (1923); Locarno and the “Locarno Spring” (1925) and their effects on international peacekeeping efforts Explain the international effects of depression and its threats to international peace and collective security: Manchuria (1931-33) and Abyssinia (1935-36).
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