Class Agenda #30- BBK Russian Revolution -Cornell Notes

Opener- Whether you’ve started on this one or not, spend 10 minutes reading and taking Cornell Notes on Trotsky

 

Prompts- Review together

  • What are the philosophical similarities and differences between Russian leaders Lenin, Tortsky and Stalin?
  • What are the differences in their approaches to ruling their country?
  • Of Karl Marx, Vladimir Lenin, Leon Trotsky and Joseph Stalin, who do you identify with the most and why?

Mini-Lesson: An adjustment to your Cornell Notes.

  • You can continue to take general notes, but we’re trying to figure out why these characters and events have historical significance, so let’s try to be a bit more choosy.-
  • You still want to know some general information about these people and events, but you’re also

SLTs- 

  • I can identify evidence from a text to analyze and draw inferences from. (R1)
    • I can use Cornell Notes to highlight the key points of central characters and events in early 20th century Russian History

CFU- Based off of the video-

  • What ideals did Trotsky try to spread? And how did he do this?
  • Who did Trotsky connect with?- why? What’s revolutionary ferver?
  • Who did Trotsky clash with? why?

 

Texts-

 

Tasks-

Round 2 – Fill out Cornell Notes for each section. Stineman and B work with designated groupings.

(CFU) Discussion Questions- Can be turned into a reaction paper

  • What are the philosophical similarities and differences between Russian leaders Lenin, Tortsky and Stalin?
  • What are the differences in their approaches to ruling their country?
  • Of Karl Marx, Vladimir Lenin, Leon Trotsky and Joseph Stalin, who do you identify with the most and why?

Exit ticket- How do you define happiness? What does being happy look like to you? E-mail your answer to Boccheciamp and Stineman.

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