This is a student viewing guide that accompanies the documentary movie Paris, 1919 produced by the National Film Board of Canada. A full copy of the video is in the folder as well as links to the complete documentary online.
The student guide is divided into 7 chapters. Each chapter lists the exact time of the video clip. Questions include: pre-viewing, during and after-viewing discussions.
I have used it in multiple ways: loading it on student google drives and have them access it at home or In-class discussions (plan 4-5 days).
The amount of material in this movie is incredible! I don’t use movies too often in class but I honestly believe that if you are sincere about wanting to learn how the political, social, and economic effects led to World War II, then you must watch this.