Daily Warmups & Bell Ringers for World History! On This Day History: SEPTEMBER!
In this daily warmup, daily trivia, and bell ringer product for World History, you receive 30 daily warmups for the month of SEPTEMBER!
Each short activity is designed to start class each day, and each warmup is focused on a historical event that happened on each day during the month of September!
Questions are focused mainly on topics studied during early and modern World History courses. While all questions are historical in nature, 80% of questions deal with World History content (for example, famous people, events, etc.), 10% deal with American History from a World History lens, and 10 % deal with a "people's history" (music, entertainment, sports, etc.). A key is included for each question as well!
Here are few sample questions from this set of "On This Day" activities:
★ World War II begins when this country invades Danzig, Poland on this day (September 1) in 1939.
★ In 2001 (on September 11), two hijacked airplanes were flown in the World Trade Center towers in NYC. A third was flown into the Pentagon. A fourth was heading toward either the White House or the Capitol Building before being forced down in a field in this state due to a revolt by the passengers.
★ This former leader of the Chinese Communist Party had his funeral on this day (September 18) in 1976.
This product is sold in PowerPoint format, and a Google Slide presentation is also included in this purchase if you prefer this method!
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