Chapter 25 Assignment
Hello U.S. History Class!!! Here is your assignment!!
1. Research and present a 5 minute power point slide show on the
WWII topic that you picked in class.
2. Your presentation must include the following :
A. Why is your topic important to WWII.
B. How did your person, event, or topic help shape the WWII era.
C. Use pictures, quotes, interesting facts, graphs, charts, maps,
and anything that helps convey the importance of your topic.
D. Dates, names, places, and events of interest.
E. Any other valuable information you find.
3. What you need to do to get a good grade on this assignment.
A. At least a 10 slide power point (With pictures)(Videos??)
B. Good presentation skills
C. Good Research!! Four good resources. Use credible sources.
D. Title page - Topic, name, date, teacher, and class
E. Digital Copy - Share Google Slides with
F. Bibliography - Cite your four resources
G. Accurate, well-organized information
H. Present and turn it in on time!!
4. How I will grade your assignment :
A. 10pts. - Presentation- eye contact, volume, confidence,
grammar, prepared, and knowledge of topic.
B. 10pts. - Length/Quality of slides- creative, time, good pics,
use of background, colors, layout, and extras
C. 10pts. - Information/Resources- text/font, grammar, spelling,
credible/accurate info, content, sources used
D. 10pts. - Title page/Share slides with me/Bibliography- cited
properly, turned in on time, all info included
5. We will start the Power Point presentations on Monday, January 31st!!
6. Due Date -
Points - 40 points
Good luck and do a good job!!!!
WWII Topics List
Josef Stalin Kamikaze/Bonzai/Kaitens
Benito Mussolini Subs/Battleships
Fascism Japanese Internment camps
Pearl Harbor Weapons/Battle tactics
Dwight Eisenhower Erwin Rommel
Island Hopping Bernard Montgomery
Manhattan Project George Patton
NATO Admiral Nimitz
Warsaw Pact Admiral Halsey
Iwo Jima Bataan Death March
Adolf Hitler Doolittle Raids
Nazism Battle of the Bulge
Franklin Roosevelt 1936 Olympics
Douglas MacArthur African campaign
D-Day Eastern/Western Fronts
Atomic Bomb Midway/Guadalcanal
Marshal Plan George Marshall
General Tojo Rudolph Hess
Winston Churchill Joseph Goebbels
Harry Truman Heinrich Himmler
Holocaust Concentration camps
Emperor Hirohito African-American and WWII
Women and WWII Nuremburg Trials
Butch O'Hare Operation Valkyrie
101st Airborne Resistance Movements
Anne Frank Aftermath - Nazis/Europe
The Sullivan Brothers Tuskegee Airmen
Battle of Stalingrad Life in Germany/Europe
Other specific battles, events, and people must be approved by me!!