Looking for an innovative and engaging lesson on the causes and start of the end of World War 1 including the Treaty of Versailles and the League of Nations?
This "The Treaty of Versailles and The League of Nations" Activity includes:
1) An activity that assess your students's comprehension of the key points of the Treaty of Versailles. Your students will identify Woodrow Wilson's 14 points including the purpose of each of the points. Students will then describe the weaknesses of the Treaty of Versailles and the reasons why the U.S. Senate chose to reject the treaty. Finally your students will compare Woodrow Wilson's view on the treaty to the view that Henry Cabot Lodge and other Republican Senators had on the treaty.
2) A detailed answer key to the lesson activity to save you time and help guide student comprehension.
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