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  • Slide 1 - Germany
  • Slide 2 - Objectives I can identify the key physical features of Germany. (7.3.spi.10) I can examine Germany’s history (key events and people) and identify its form of government. (7.4.1) I can identify Germany’s economic contributions worldwide. (7.2.1) Directions: Make sure to make 4 sections for your notes: 1) geography, 2) History (timeline of major events), 3) key people 4) Economy (i.e. major products/exports)
  • Slide 3 - Focus Question What role does engines and jeans play in our lives?
  • Slide 4 - Germany
  • Slide 5 - Germany in Dark Green
  • Slide 6 - I. Germany It is about the size of Montana and it lies in the heart of Europe. Black Forest is known for its scenery and its wood products. Danube River is an important waterway.
  • Slide 7 - Black Forest
  • Slide 8 - Clock-making is huge in Germany especially around the Black Forest Ex: Cuckoo Clock
  • Slide 9 - Danube River
  • Slide 10 - Berlin, Germany: capital
  • Slide 11 - Bradenberg Gate: A symbol of Berlin and Germany
  • Slide 12 - I. Germany During the 1500s, a monk by the name of Martin Luther worked to reform the Catholic church. His main problem was the buying of sins to the church. He nailed the 95 Theses on Oct 31,1517 to Wittenberg Church
  • Slide 13 - Martin Luther
  • Slide 14 - Statue of Martin Luther in Berlin, Germany
  • Slide 15 - 95 Theses were nailed to
  • Slide 16 - Wittenberg Church
  • Slide 17 - I. Germany Western Germany has a place called Ruhr and it is an important industrial center. Production of iron ore and coal is important here. Many battles have been fought here.
  • Slide 18 - I. Germany Germany has superhighways called autobahns. Late 1800s, Otto von Bismarck united a group of territories into a nation-Germany.
  • Slide 19 - Autobahn in Germany: NO SPEED LIMIT
  • Slide 20 - Otto von Bismark: founder of Germany (united in 1871)
  • Slide 21 - Adolph Hitler: Takes power in 1933
  • Slide 22 - I. Germany A great horror occurred in Germany during WWII called the Holocaust. Adolf Hitler lead a slaughter of more than 6 million Jews and lead to the death of more than 10 million.
  • Slide 23 - Holocaust in Auschwitz May 26, 1944 (one of the Most Deadliest Concentration Camps)
  • Slide 24 - Empty Gas Cans used to gas those in the concentration camp in Auschwitz
  • Slide 25 - Berlin, Germany in ruins after WWII
  • Slide 26 - May 1945 End of WWII
  • Slide 27 - Berlin Wall
  • Slide 28 - I. Germany Following WWII, Germany was divided in 1961 into the East and West. East Germany became Communist. West Germany became a Democracy. 1989 Germany came together as a whole.
  • Slide 29 - I. Germany Today Government: Federal Republic with an elected president. (Just like the United States)., Work continues to improve the economic gap between the east and west. Population: 82.5 Million 90% live in Urban Areas
  • Slide 30 - Chancellor Angela Merkel (germany’s Current President)
  • Slide 31 - Chancellor Merkel with Presidents Bush and Obama
  • Slide 32 - Germany’s Economy
  • Slide 33 - Germany is on the cutting edge of renewable energyIt has the world’s largest wind farm and solar power capacity
  • Slide 34 - Germany is well-known for engineering and technology
  • Slide 35 - Car Companies from Germany
  • Slide 36 - Audi
  • Slide 37 - Volkswagen
  • Slide 38 - Mercedes-Benz
  • Slide 39 - BMW
  • Slide 40 - Key People in Germany’s Past and Present
  • Slide 41 - Martin Luther: Protestant Reformation
  • Slide 42 - Otto von Bismark
  • Slide 43 - Hitler
  • Slide 44 - Levi Strauss
  • Slide 45 - Rudolf Christian Karl Diesel
  • Slide 46 - Ludwig van Beethoven: Germany
  • Slide 47 - Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Slide 48 - Albert Einstein
  • Slide 49 - Atomic Bomb Invented by Einstein
  • Slide 50 - Heidi Klum
  • Slide 51 - Dirk Nowitzki
  • Slide 52 - Put the following items in the correct chronological order Hitler gains power Luther begins Protestantism Berlin Wall Falls Bismarck unites Germany Germany divided
  • Slide 53 - H.O. Questions What choice would you have made if you were a Jew that had heard of the awful concentration camps? Do you agree with the actions of Adolph Hitler? What is your opinion of him?
  • Slide 54 - STOP! Hasta La Vista, Baby! Turn in Timeline place Germany notes in your binder. DO NOT GO ON!!!! Click
  • Slide 55 - II.Switzerland
  • Slide 56 - Objectives I can describe the physical features of Switzerland and Austria. (7.3.spi.9 & 7.3.spi. 10) I can identify key economic products of Switzerland and Austria. (7.2.spi.1) I can summarize the cultures of Switzerland and Austria. (7.1.spi.1) Directions: On your paper, make a T chart. One column should say Switzerland, the other Austria.
  • Slide 57 - Focus question In what way, does Arnold and Hitler relate?
  • Slide 58 - Arnold
  • Slide 59 - Hitler
  • Slide 60 - Switzerland in Green
  • Slide 61 - Federal Palace in BernBern is the capital of Switzerland
  • Slide 62 - II.Switzerland The Alps form most of the landscape of Switzerland, Austria, and Liechtenstein. These countries are called Alpine countries. Switzerland remains neutral in wars.
  • Slide 63 - Danube River
  • Slide 64 - II. Switzerland The Alps divides Western and Eastern Europe through Switzerland. Most of the jobs in industries and farms are located in the plateau (Mittelland) between Jura and Alps
  • Slide 65 - II. Switzerland It has few natural resources ,yet it is a thriving industrial nation. It has many ethnic groups and religions.
  • Slide 66 - II. Switzerland Four national languages: German, French, Italian, and Romansch. Most speak German, and many speak more than one language. Government: federal republic.
  • Slide 67 - Zurich, Switzerland
  • Slide 68 - Wintertime view of Sent
  • Slide 69 - View of the Mountains
  • Slide 70 - Swiss Cheese: Exports 50,000 tons yearly
  • Slide 71 - Swiss Chocolate
  • Slide 72 - Swiss Army Knifes
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  • Slide 77 - Breitling Watch Company
  • Slide 78 - International Red Cross: Headquarters is located in Switzerland
  • Slide 79 - Folkloric Dance
  • Slide 80 - Roger Federer
  • Slide 81 - Actress Rene Zellweger’s Father is Swiss
  • Slide 82 - III. Austria
  • Slide 83 - Austria’s Location in Orange
  • Slide 84 - Austria’s Flag
  • Slide 85 - Vienna, Austria Capital of Austria
  • Slide 86 - III. Austria It is one of Europe’s largest countries. Austrian Empire ruled central Europe from late 1200s to the early 1900s. Alps cover 3/4 of land area in Austria. Very mountainous
  • Slide 87 - III. Austria The mountains in Austria provide valuable timber and hydroelectric power. Minerals: iron ore, timber, and coal Attract millions of tourist each year to enjoy hiking & skiing
  • Slide 88 - Danube River in Austria
  • Slide 89 - III. Austria Most of the people live in cities and towns Jobs: manufacturing or service industries 90 % follow the religion of Roman Catholic; Vienna is the capital and largest city.
  • Slide 90 - Hitler was from Austria
  • Slide 91 - Vienna’s Opera House
  • Slide 92 - UN Building in Austria
  • Slide 93 - Vienna, Austria Parliament Building
  • Slide 94 - Hermesvilla
  • Slide 95 - Rathaus
  • Slide 96 - Wolfgang Puck
  • Slide 97 - Franz Ferdinand: Assassination Started WWI
  • Slide 98 - Home to Arnold
  • Slide 99 - Johann Strauss: Austria
  • Slide 100 - Wolfgang Mozart: Austria
  • Slide 101 - Focus question How does Arnold and Hitler relate?
  • Slide 102 - Answer Both relate to one of the countries in this lesson. Arnold=Austria Hitler= Germany but he is from Austria too
  • Slide 103 - Homework: Complete guided reading 12.2 “Europe’s Heartland” Clink
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