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Why Didn't the U.S. Join the League of Nations?: Primary Source Based Lesson
Why didn't the U.S. join the League of Nations? In this lesson, students use political cartoons to learn why Americans supported and opposed U.S. membership in the League of Nations through ratification of the Treaty of Versailles [note: the U.S. ultimately failed to ratify the Treaty and join the L
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League of Nations political cartoon-primary source for U.S. role at end of WWI
This Primary Source activity is intended to help students understand the United States’ role at the end of World War I, particularly in regards to joining the League of Nations. It asks students to evaluate a political cartoon in light of what they have learned about World War I. This activity shoul
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The End of World War I/Treaty of Versailles & The League of Nations
This two page worksheet gives students lots to do and learn! They can begin by evaluating the death tolls for both the Allies and Central Powers. They are then asked 5 questions about the death tolls. The Terms of The Treaty of Versailles are listed along with Germany's requirements. Students are as
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League of Nations Appeasement Simulation
This simulation lesson addresses both the appeasement and origins of WWI content standards. Students participate in a simulation activity where they work together to problem solve the problems facing the League of Nations circa 1937. Each student is assigned to one of 10 different League of Nations
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Political Cartoon Analysis Activity: The U.S. & the League of Nations
This political cartoon analysis activity examines the implications of the United States not joining the League of Nations (the brainchild of U.S. President Woodrow Wilson) after World War I. I use these primary source analysis activities to help prepare my students for the state End of Course (EOC)
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Scripts: WW1 and League of Nations reader's theater
Sorting out who did what when internationally regarding WW1 can be confusing. Two of these three scripts help students comprehend events by means of an analogy to a club brawl. They explain the causes, events and aftermath of WW1 including the peace process. The third script covers the debate a
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U.S. HISTORY UNIT 9 LESSON 4: Versailles Treaty & League of Nations POWERPOINT
This excellently illustrated PowerPoint covers the state of the world after the Great War was finally over. Among the subjects covered: + The death, damage, and sheer destruction that was wrought by World War I + A thorough analysis of Woodrow Wilson's 14 Points + The main points of the Treaty of V
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League of Nations - To Join, or Not to Join
Students will examine the pros and cons of the US joining the League of Nations. Activities include analyzing political cartoons and arguing/agreeing with opinion statements.
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Why did the League of Nations fail to preserve peace? PowerPoint Presentation
A detailed PowerPoint presentation discussing the League of Nations and its failure to maintain world peace.
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U.S. HISTORY UNIT 9 LESSON 4: Versailles Treaty & League of Nations GUIDED NOTES
This set of Guided Notes goes hand-in-hand with the excellently illustrated PowerPoint of the same name. The lesson examines the state of the world after the Great War was finally over. Among the subjects covered: + The death, damage, and sheer destruction that was wrought by World War I + A thorou
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The Treaty of Versailles and The League of Nations Activity
Looking for an innovative and engaging lesson on the causes and start of the end of World War 1 including the Treaty of Versailles and the League of Nations? This "The Treaty of Versailles and The League of Nations" Activity includes: 1) An activity that assess your students's comprehension of th
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5.45 The Treaty of Versailles and League of Nations
Document includes a text discussing The Treaty of Versailles and League of Nations and text-dependent questions. 5.45 Refer to details and examples in a text to explain the aims of world leaders in the Treaty of Versailles and why the United States rejected Wilson's League of Nations.
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League of Nations and Treaty of Versailles Political Cartoon Analysis Activity
In this activity, students analyze four political cartoons related to WWI- the League of Nations and the Treaty of Versailles. Students are asked to answer four questions for each political cartoon, where they discuss the symbolism, purpose, and viewpoints expressed in each cartoon. I have used thi
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The Treaty of Versailles and The League of Nations Bundle
Finally! You can create an engaging and innovative lesson on Woodrow Wilson's "Fourteen Points", the Treaty of Versailles, and the fight over whether the U.S. should join the League of Nations! And all of the materials you need are in this bundle! This "Treaty of Versailles and The League of Nation
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4114-13 The League of Nations
In this COMPLETE lesson from InspirEd Educators, students will be able to explain why the League of Nations failed to keep the peace in Europe between World Wars I and II. Lesson warm up, teacher instructions, teacher answers, guiding discussion questions, all student handouts and activities are in
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League of Nations Reading Passages Leveled Texts
In this resource, there is a nonfiction reading passage about the League of Nations and Woodrow Wilson's fourteen points plan for peace in Europe. Includes Henry Cabot Lodge's opposition to the League, along with Warren J. Harding running for president using League opposition as a platform. It is di
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League of Nations Political Cartoons
A set of four political cartoons from the era that illustrate the problems incurred by the League of Nations in the aftermath of WWI. Use as transparency or import into Powerpoint. Have students anaylyze the political cartoons.
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Treaty of Versailles and League of Nations Powerpoint for use with slotted notes
Treaty of Versailles and League of Nations Powerpoint for use with slotted notes (fill in blank notes)- sold separately Great pictures, charts, graphs, and embedded activities. Raise participation in your class and your test scores!
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World War I: Should the US Join the League of Nations? Activity
World War I: Should the US Join the League of Nations? Activity Should the United States Join the League of Nations? After the Paris Peace Conference, the United States had to decide whether to join the League of Nations. The League’s purpose was to help maintain peace in the world. In the politica
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"Opposition to the League of Nations" - Henry Cabot Lodge - US History/APUSH
“Opposition to the League of Nations” – Henry Cabot Lodge Primary source reading from Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, the leading opponent to the League of Nations. The reading is followed by 5 reading comprehension and critical thinking questions. The worksheet works well as an in-class activity or as
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Wilson's League of Nations
World War One WWI Treaty of Versailles Fourteen Points League of Nations US History American Common Core Aligned Danielson NYC New York City Rigor Effective Highly Primary Sources Maps 11th Grade 12th Grade This is guided notes and an assessment for a rigorous student- centered lesson in United Sta
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US Involvement in WWI: Lusitania, Treaty of Versailles, & the League of Nations
Aligned to the NEW Georgia Standards of Excellence: SS5H2 Describe U.S. involvement in World War I and post-World War I America. a. Explain how German attacks on U.S. shipping during the war in Europe (1914-1917) ultimately led the U.S. to join the fight against Germany; include the sinking of th
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Efforts to Eliminate War: League of Nations, Kellogg-Briand Pact
This assignment contains 4 separate primary sources covering the marginalized groups of people during World War 1.The sources includes;(1.) Excerpts from Woodrow Wilson’s Fourteen Points(2.) Punch Magazine, July 28, 1920(3.) The Washington Naval Conference, Washington DC November 12, 1921 - February
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Global Aim # 79 What was The League of Nations?
Global Aim # 79 What was The League of Nations? Objectives – Students will be able to  Cite information from an informational text to support a conclusion or argument.  Define words they do not know using context clues.  Identify and describe how and why the League of Nations was not successful.
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