Looking for an innovative and engaging lesson on the causes and start of World War 1? Are you looking to go totally paperless?
This "World War 1 Begins" Activity includes:
1) An activity that assess your students's comprehension of the factors that led to World War 1. Your students will identify the four "MAIN" causes of the war and describe the influence they had in starting the war. Students will then describe why different groups either supported the war or wanted to remain neutral. Finally your students will engage with the key events leading up to American involvement in the war. Each step of the way they will explain why the event brought the United States closer to war.
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The U.S. in WWI: World War I Begins Bundle
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Objective 4.1 - The Great War
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