World War II Leaders Trading Cards

World War II Leaders Trading Cards

World War II Leaders Trading Cards Student Directions Objective: SWBAT describe the political, diplomatic, and military leaders during the war by creating and sharing trading cards. GROUP 1 GROUP 2 GROUP 3 Adolph Hitler Benito Mussolini Joseph Stalin Franklin D. Roosevelt Dwight Eisenhower Charles DeGaulle Winston Churchill Neville Chamberlain Harry Truman GROUP 4 Emperor Hirohito Hideki Tojo Douglas Macarthur Student Instructions: STEP 1: Get into groups of 4 STEP 2: Each student will be assigned a group of leaders above. STEP 3: Research information about your leaders and their significance during World War II using the textbook or internet and complete the template (text) * Do not include name of leader in text, only on picture.

STEP 4: Find a picture of your leaders and place it on the template (picture) STEP 5: Make 3 copies of each completed template (1 to turn into the your teacher to be graded. STEP 4: For each leader, cut and glue the photos of your leaders to 3x5 index cards and cut and glue the information about each leader on the back of the cards with the corresponding picture. (create 4 cards per leader = 12 total cards per student in group) STEP 5: On the due date, you will give one trading card of each of your assigned leaders to each group member. As you pass out your cards, explain the significance of each leader during WWII to your group. Each group member should have 1 trading card for each leader. (a total of 12 cards) STEP 6: Turn in 1 printed page of each leader to the teacher. Attach the grading rubric on top. STEP 7: Use the cards to study! *REMINDER: It is important to complete all of your trading cards. Your group members are depending on you! World War II Leaders Trading Cards Grading Rubric STUDENT NAME ____________________________ Period _____ Assigned Leaders: ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ 4 Awesome 3

Acceptable 2 Minimal 1 Unacceptable Content: Each card includes the name, title and significance of leader during WWII. Trading Cards: A total of 12 cards were created. All directions were followed. Knowledge of Topic: The information demonstrated knowledge of leader related to World War II. All information is accurate. Total Points Possible ______ Total Points Received ______ Letter Grade ______ Teacher Comments ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ SAMPLE Most famous person during Christmas besides Jesus

He is most famous for his red & White suite and white, long beard Most famous person during Christmas besides Jesus #1: Write or type information about leader here He lives in the North Pole with his wife and many elves He lives in the North Pole with his wife and many elves He delivers presents on Christmas Eve He delivers presents on Christmas Eve He is very jolly and has a very distinctive laugh. He has a list to determine who has been naughty and who has been nice. He travels on a slay pulled by several rain deer. Leader: Santa Clause He is most famous for his red & White suite and white, long beard He is very jolly and has a very distinctive laugh. #2: Print or copy 3 pages

#3: Cut out and paste information of leader on back of 3.5 card and paste corresponding picture on back. You should have 4 completed cards for each leader He has a list to determine who has been naughty and who has been nice. He travels on a slay pulled by several rain deer. Leader: Santa Clause Samples Leader 1 #1: Write or type information about leader here #2: Print or copy 3 pages #3: Cut out and paste information of leader on back of 3.5 card and paste corresponding picture on back. Leader: ____________

Place picture of leader here You should have 4 completed cards for each leader Leader: ____________ Place picture of leader here Leader 2 #1: Write or type information about leader here Dddddddqdqd dsd #2: Print or copy 3 pages #3: Cut out and paste information of leader on back of 3.5 card and paste corresponding picture on back. Leader: ____________ Place picture of leader here You should have 4 completed cards

for each leader Leader: ____________ Place picture of leader here Leader 3 #1: Write or type information about leader here #2: Print or copy 3 pages #3: Cut out and paste information of leader on back of 3.5 card and paste corresponding picture on back. Leader: ____________ Place picture of leader here You should have 4 completed cards for each leader Leader: ____________ Place picture of leader here

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