Want to introduce the Start of WWI
in a creative and skill utilizing
Hoping to practice analyzing primary sources
while teaching about WW1
and the Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand
sparking the conflict leading to the Great War
Use this Primary Source Analysis Activity to address the NCSS standards while helping your students gain a better understanding of the events and positions leading to World War One
, including the assassination of the Archduke.
Students can read this primary source to investigate original text between key figures in history for analysis with guiding questions.
This primary source
includes the original accounts given by a conspirator
, a guard
, and Franz Ferdinand
on the day of the assassination.
May be used as a class assignment, homework assignment, assessment, or as a small group response activity.
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