There is no better way to facilitate an inclusive and engaging activity to help students immerse themselves in the past and live the American experience of World War 1 than this America Fights Over There gallery walk.
This "America Over There" Digital Activity includes:
1) A digital document-based "GALLERY WALK" activity that creates a unique opportunity for your students to engage with REAL, HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS and investigate
the lives of Americans during WWI. Your students will love walking around your classroom "art
gallery" and analyzing the 8 different documents and multi media resources
provided, discussing them with their peers, and developing conclusions about
American citizens during the war.
2) A detailed answer key to the lesson activity to save you time and help guide student
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The U.S. in WWI: America Fights "Over There" Bundle
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World War I and the Roaring Twenties Unit Activity Bundle
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Objective 4.2 - 'Over There
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