Falco276
  • Falco276
HELP!!!! MEDAL WILL BE AWARDED!!!!! Now that you have learned about the impact of World War I on different groups of Americans at home, imagine that social media websites, like Facebook or Twitter, were available during this time. What would minority groups' updates or tweets look like? You will use your knowledge of the treatment of minority groups in the United States during World War I and your familiarity with social media such as Facebook and Twitter to complete the assignment for this lesson.
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Falco276
  • Falco276
Use the Native American postings as an example to create two posts from the perspective of each of the following groups: German Americans Jewish Americans Asian Americans Hispanic Americans Women Dissenters Your posts should address the following questions: How was this group treated by the U.S government during World War I? How was this group treated by other Americans during World War I? What was the reaction of the group to the way they were treated? How did World War I change the way these groups live in the United States?
anonymous
  • anonymous
how long do your posts need to be?
Falco276
  • Falco276
just a short answer.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
which ones do you want to use?
Falco276
  • Falco276
I think the first one.
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh wait i read that wrong, we have to use all of the choices and answer two of the questions about them umm you do 3 and ill do 3
Falco276
  • Falco276
ok.
anonymous
  • anonymous
sound good?
Falco276
  • Falco276
I already have the first one for the german americans
anonymous
  • anonymous
alrite lets hear it ^.^
Falco276
  • Falco276
It was bad that the German Americans were treated. I imagine saying you were proud German wouldn’t have cut it in those days. And definitely not as bad as blacks were in the 50's. They say since they didn’t really have to announce they were German unless you seen their name and figured it out, most not any different treatment at all. They were treated much worse during world war 1.
anonymous
  • anonymous
How were they treated much worse in ww1?
Falco276
  • Falco276
Honestly, I think they were much more treated worse than the others in WW1. That's all I can say. Still confused about the others.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well you gotta give examples so here, basically they were discriminated against in which people would change the spelling of their name or they would drop german classes from highschools... um oh and they would have like "party lines" and wouldnt be allowed to speak in german so english speaking operators could listen in on them.
Falco276
  • Falco276
ah, okay. I understand. So they weren't treated very harshly. They had to learn the American way.
Falco276
  • Falco276
That's what I think.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Exactly, the were somewhat discriminated against but like you said, nowhere near as bad as blacks in those times.
Falco276
  • Falco276
right.
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay so what next?
Falco276
  • Falco276
Im also confused on the second question for the german americans- wait. I think I have to do it with every group. Its gonna take a long time to do this :(
anonymous
  • anonymous
No you'll be alright im here to help (:
Falco276
  • Falco276
Thanks, yes Im confused on the second question. I tried seeking help on Google, there was nothing. Im also homeschooling, so I have no teachers to help me.
anonymous
  • anonymous
What was the second question thats confusing you?
Falco276
  • Falco276
How was this group treated by other Americans during World War I? (German Americans)
anonymous
  • anonymous
maybe looked at funny by other americans or somewhat feared and misunderstood
Falco276
  • Falco276
Is it just only 2 questions I have to do? Because I need to do it for every group.
anonymous
  • anonymous
im pretty sure its just two questions per group
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay so well do women next?
Falco276
  • Falco276
oh, okay then! sure, yes women.
Falco276
  • Falco276
How were the women treated by other Americans during WW1?
anonymous
  • anonymous
How did World War I change the way these groups live in the United States? http://women-in-war2.tripod.com/ use that to find the answer for this question and by other americans reactions varied, some looked at them like they shouldnt be working like men or wearing pants and dressing the way they did whereas other americans found it empowering
Falco276
  • Falco276
true. Yes, I'll use that. I wish could give you another medal! :D Okay for the next one I think it will be: How were women treated by the U.S government during World War I?
anonymous
  • anonymous
i just gave you a link to answer How did WW1 change the way these groups live in the us. it blends with your question.
anonymous
  • anonymous
and dont mention it :p
Falco276
  • Falco276
Oh, I didn't notice that. Sure, will do that!
anonymous
  • anonymous
alrite what next
Falco276
  • Falco276
I think, lets take the Asian americans.
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay you start
Falco276
  • Falco276
um, okay.
Falco276
  • Falco276
Numerous Chinese and Japanese began immigrating to the U.S. in the mid-19th century for work, because of poor economic conditions in their home nations. Many of the immigrants worked as laborers on the transcontinental railroad. Although the absolute numbers of Asian immigrants in the late 19th century were small compared to that of immigrants from other regions, much of it was concentrated in the West, and the increase caused some Americans to fear the change represented by the growing number of Asians. This fear was referred to as the "yellow peril". The United States passed laws such as Asian Exclusion Act and Chinese Exclusion Act to sharply restrict Asian immigration.
Falco276
  • Falco276
Found it on Wikipedia
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay put that in your own words (:
Falco276
  • Falco276
okay. Many of the immigrants that came from Asia they worked as domestic laborers in America. Unlikely there was an Excitution Act, which the American Gov. passed the laws.
Falco276
  • Falco276
That's all I can summarize.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay yeah, thats a start. Id go a liiiiiiiiiiittle further and say, Americans started fearing the growing number of Asian immigrants so much that they passed an Asian Exclusion Act and Chinese Exclusion Act that restricted immigration.
anonymous
  • anonymous
what question was that answering?
Falco276
  • Falco276
How did World War I change the way these Asian Americans live in the United States?
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay what question are we using next?
Falco276
  • Falco276
What was the reaction of the Asian Americans to the way they were treated?
anonymous
  • anonymous
This one i dont even think you have to look up, how would you feel about the way you were treated?
Falco276
  • Falco276
I think they- IDK. I think they were populating america which was bad.
anonymous
  • anonymous
not at all!
Falco276
  • Falco276
why?
Falco276
  • Falco276
:(
anonymous
  • anonymous
how would it be bad that they were populating america?
Falco276
  • Falco276
no I meant I think it was about the Acts.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh okay so how do you feel about those acts other then that it was bad?
Falco276
  • Falco276
Im in the verge of confusion now.
anonymous
  • anonymous
just google the question then
Falco276
  • Falco276
okay. :)
Falco276
  • Falco276
The last 20 years or so has seen Asian Americans become the fastest-growing targets for hate crimes and violence.
anonymous
  • anonymous
ehhhh that has nothing to do with ww1.
Falco276
  • Falco276
found it in this website: http://www.asian-nation.org/racism.shtml
Falco276
  • Falco276
(sigh)
anonymous
  • anonymous
try this link http://racerelations.about.com/od/historyofracerelations/a/RevisitingtheYellowPowerMovement.htm
Falco276
  • Falco276
they continued to face discrimination. Speaking out about it, however, felt risky considering their past treatment.
Falco276
  • Falco276
BRB I gotta go. I'll tag you in the question when I get back. :D

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