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A Clever War: Scientific and Technological Advances in World War I
9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Technology—changing lives and transforming war. Your tech-loving historians examine photographs and primary documents to explore how technology changed not only World War I, but also how it moved society forward. They apply their...
Deciphering Propaganda Posters of World War I
7th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
What strategies are employed when creating propaganda? Your young historians will learn about six different techniques utilized in the construction of political propaganda, particularly in the advertisements of World War I. The...
The Soldier’s Experience—Vietnam versus World War I
6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
The Vietnam War and World War I were two very important—and different—wars. To understand the differences, and similarities, class members watch videos, examine primary source documents, and then create a newscast that examines the...
African-American Soldiers After World War I: Had Race Relations Changed?
9th - Higher Ed
Students utilize an online database to conduct research and analyze the conditions for African-Americans before and after World War I. They consider the role of the 92nd and 93rd divisions in affecting social change.
African-American Soldiers in World War I: The 92nd and 93rd Divisions
9th - Higher Ed
Students research the role played and contributions made by African American soldiers during World War I. They discuss the evolution of civil rights in America's history, and the progress that has been made in the last 100 years.
More Than Mud and Cooties: The Poetry of World War I Soldiers
6th - 8th CCSS: Designed
Poetry is not just for romance. Teach middle schoolers about soldiers' experiences during World War I with poetry written by the soldiers themselves. The lesson includes a simulation activity, a graphic organizer activity, and a...
United States Entry into World War I: Two Diametrically Opposed Views
9th - 12th
Young scholars analyze the events leading to U.S. entry into World War I. They read a speech by President Wilson and an opposition speech, list the reasons each gives for American entry into the war, and complete a Venn diagram.
Why Did the United States Enter World War I in 1917?
9th - 12th CCSS: Designed
World War I was the first major conflict on a global scale. Using primary documents, learners determine why the United States chose to enter World War I when it did. After analytical writing and group research, the causes of America's...
The Sky Was The Limit - Aviation in World War 1
9 mins 9th - Higher Ed CCSS: Adaptable
Planes flying high above the trenches of World War I aided ground troops for the first time in battle. Scholars analyze the use of aircraft in warfare for the first time in a video on the Great War. They investigate how newly formed...
German Pistols of World War 1
12 mins 9th - Higher Ed CCSS: Adaptable
Need to describe the importance of new technology and weaponry to the Germans during World War I? The resource does just that! Scholars view different prominent pistols and cutting-edge technologies Germans used during World War I,...
George Patton and Douglas MacArthur In World War 1
9 mins 9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Have you ever wondered about the man behind the corncob pipe? Or the brains behind the motivational speeches to troops? Young historians examine how Douglas MacArthur and George Patton cut their teeth in the battlefields of World War I....
Who Started World War I: Crash Course World History
11 mins 9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
World War I was one of the more complicated and complex conflicts of the twentieth century—but who started it? High schoolers watch a video from Crash Course World History ponders whether Germany, Austria, or Russia were to blame for...