The Cold War Map Exercise
guides students through the divisions that formed immediately after World War II. Students color the alliances of each country in Europe then answer a few questions on their new map. After, they read an excerpt of the Truman Doctrine and complete the exercise based on their analysis of the primary source and map. No other maps from the book are needed, just a set of red and blue color pencils or crayons. This can be used in class or as homework as it’s a completely stand alone assignment. This is also perfect for substitute teacher plans. And of course, a key is included.
To get this product and with the entire Cold War unit, go to The Cold War Unit Bundled
• Debating NATO Membership Primary Source Activity
• Cold War Crossword Puzzle Review
• Space Race from CNN’s The Sixties Video Link & Video Guide
• Cold War PowerPoints
• Cuban Missile Crisis Political Cartoon Analysis
• Korean War Map Exercise
• Cold War Entire Unit
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