Guided Reading: World War One - THE FULL COLLECTION

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2018 marks the centenary of the end of World War One.

This collection of ten guided reading activities, aimed at 10 and 11 year olds, tests children’s comprehension, retrieval, inference and deduction skills. It will also promote reflective and engaging classroom discussion as children discover more about this important chapter in the world’s history.

CONTENTS

Causes of the war - Why did the First World War take place and how did it begin? Find out about how tensions in Europe reached boiling point in the summer of 1914.

The assassination of Franz Ferdinand - Read in detail about the daring mission which led to Archduke Franz Ferdinand being killed – and how this led to war.

Movers & Shakers - From Woodrow Wilson to the Kaiser, find out about the leaders who played a pivotal part in the war. You will also discover how Adolf Hitler started out as a soldier in World War One.

Recruiting an Army- The posters of Lord Kitchener and Uncle Sam are recognised throughout the world, but just how difficult was it to recruit an army for war?

A Tale of Two Soldiers: Private John Parr - The story of the first soldier to be killed in World War One

A Tale of Two Soldiers: Private George Ellison - The story of the last Allied soldier to be killed in the war, just minutes before peace was declared. Read about the extraordinary link between Ellison and Private John Parr.

Saving Corporal Adolf - How one British soldier’s humanity spared the life of future dictator, Adolf Hitler.

The Daily News - Stories of courage and loyalty from the war, including Edouard Izac, the American naval officer who escaped from a prisoner of war camp to pass on vital intelligence to his commanders.

Life in the Trenches - The horrors and humour of life on the Western Front.

The Christmas Truce - The remarkable story of how British and German soldiers celebrated Christmas together in 1914.



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Teaching Duration
1 Month

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Guided Reading: World War One - THE FULL COLLECTION
Guided Reading: World War One - THE FULL COLLECTION
Guided Reading: World War One - THE FULL COLLECTION
Guided Reading: World War One - THE FULL COLLECTION
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