US History: World War II: Isolation or Intervention?

US History: World War II: Isolation or Intervention?
US History: World War II: Isolation or Intervention?
US History: World War II: Isolation or Intervention?
US History: World War II: Isolation or Intervention?
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Students construct a timeline of events that inch the US closer to involvement in the Second World War.

Students are provided with a chart with 11 events that precede the US joining the Allies in 1941. Students are expected to find the year the legislation is passed, provide a brief description of the event and then decide if this action was internationalist or isolationist.

This product pairs well with my other product, US History: World War II: Point of No Return. Students use the same events in this product to determine at what point did the US switch from a policy of isolation and neutrality to interventionist who could not "turn back".

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1 page
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N/A
Teaching Duration
40 minutes
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