FRANZ FERDINAND FREE LESSON:
Nonfiction Informational Text teaches students about the life and death of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, including his promotions to General and Inspector of the Austro-Hungarian Army, his marriage to Sophie von Chotkova, and his assassination, setting the stage for World War I with a Common Core-aligned lesson and hands-on activities:
• nonfiction informational text~we provide all of the Franz Ferdinand reading passages!
• Questions to assess Informational Text Comprehension
• Differentiate between Primary and Secondary Sources
• World War I Time Line from 1863-1914
• United States Time Line from 1863-1914
• Franz Ferdinand Vocabulary Quiz
Archduke Franz Ferdinand, aligned with the 5th-8th Grade Common Core READING, WRITING, and LANGUAGE Standards (see Lesson for Standard Alignment), is one of 12 literacy-based lessons in our WORLD WAR I: COMPLETE UNIT
We've included a context-appropriate World War I Glossary and Answer Pages.
MORE WORLD WAR I RESOURCES (INCLUDED IN THE WORLD WAR I UNIT):
WORLD WAR I: THE JULY CRISIS
WORLD WAR I: AMERICA ENTERS THE WAR
WORLD WAR I: BATTLES OF 1914 AND 1915
WORLD WAR I: BATTLES OF 1918
WORLD WAR I: BATTLES IN THE AIR & AT SEA
WORLD WAR I: WEAPONS
WORLD WAR I: THE END OF THE WAR
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