Understanding cause and effect is vital in understanding history!
Use this quick graphic organizer (shrink it slightly to fit in interactive notebooks!) to help students make connections between events--World War I, the Great Depression, the rise of totalitarian leaders, and World War II.
I like for my students to begin by individually connecting the events. Then, I have them discuss their connections in small groups. We finish with the small groups sharing their connections with the class and by filling in the graphic organizer together.
An example of a possible connection between the events/topics is included.
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