1. The Munich agreement delayed but did not prevent World War II. Mere days after it was signed, Winston Churchill predicted as much. Learn more about World War II, and the Munich Agreement by watching the full educational video Delaying World War II. Educators can get a free DVD version of the video, as well as access a full teacher’s guide and other teaching resources by creating a free account at izzit.org.

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    Topics:
    ■ Appeasement
    ■ Chamberlain
    ■ Churchill
    ■ Czechoslovakia
    ■ Deterrence
    ■ European History
    ■ Great Britain
    ■ Hitler
    ■ World War II

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  2. September 30th, 1938 – Hitler demanded the Sudetenland, so France and Britain, desperate to stop a war they didn’t want to fight, signed the Munich agreement. The lands given to Czechoslovakia by the treaty of Versailles after World War I would be given to Germany. But would the Germans stop there? Learn more about World War II, and the Munich Agreement by watching the full educational video Delaying World War II. Educators can get a free DVD version of the video, as well as access a full teacher’s guide and other teaching resources by creating a free account at izzit.org.

    Subject Areas:
    ■ World History/Geography

    Topics:
    ■ Appeasement
    ■ Chamberlain
    ■ Churchill
    ■ Czechoslovakia
    ■ Deterrence
    ■ European History
    ■ Great Britain
    ■ Hitler
    ■ World War II

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  3. The 1930’s, Nazi Germany continued its rise to power. First they annexed Austria. Then they turned their attention to Czechoslovakia and the Sudetenland, populated mainly by ethnic Germans. Germany wanted it and they demanded it. Learn more about World War II, and the Munich Agreement by watching the full educational video Delaying World War II. Educators can get a free DVD version of the video, as well as access a full teacher’s guide and other teaching resources by creating a free account at izzit.org.

    Subject Areas:
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    Topics:
    ■ Appeasement
    ■ Chamberlain
    ■ Churchill
    ■ Czechoslovakia
    ■ Deterrence
    ■ European History
    ■ Great Britain
    ■ Hitler
    ■ World War II

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  4. If the government paid you per head of sheep in your pasture, how many sheep would you have? More than you should? More than is healthy or environmentally sound?

    In New Zealand, agriculture is a main source of income. Farmers used to get 30% of their income from government subsidies. Then subsidies were abolished. How did farmers survive?

    Watch No More Skinny Sheep. Educators can access a full teacher’s guide and other educational resources by creating a free account at izzit.org.

    Subject Areas:
    ■ Business
    ■ Economics
    ■ World History/Geography

    Topics:
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    ■ European Economic Community
    ■ Farm Subsidies
    ■ Government
    ■ Immigration
    ■ New Zealand
    ■ Trade
    ■ United Kingdom

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  5. If I paid you per head of sheep, how many would you put in your pastures? How would you decide? Would that impact the quality of your sheep? Listen to these New Zealand farmers’ story. Then find out more about unintended consequences by watching the full video, No More Skinny Sheep. Educators can get a free DVD version of the video, as well as access a full teacher’s guide and other teaching resources by creating a free account at izzit.org.

    Subject Areas:
    ■ Business
    ■ Economics
    ■ World History/Geography

    Topics:
    ■ Agriculture
    ■ European Economic Community
    ■ Farm Subsidies
    ■ Government
    ■ Immigration
    ■ New Zealand
    ■ Trade
    ■ United Kingdom

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