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This activity requires students to read an abridged version of the Treaty of Versailles. Rather than focusing on only the bigger picture of ending the war, it looks at how individuals themselves were effecting by World War I. Students answer a series of questions that are directly referred to by Roman numerals/titles from the attached document. Then, they must answer a reflection question on the back of the paper. I have used this lesson with ESL/SPED students in my regular courses, as well in my AP U.S. History course.
As a bonus, I have added in the journal question that I hand out to students before the activity begins. Often, I give this journal, then discuss the end of the war/Treaty of Versailles, give out the activity, and end with a discussion on how people were massively effected by the war.