WWII Primary Source Analysis Google Drive Lesson
Allow students to investigate WWII with this Google Drive Interactive Notebook Primary Source Analysis Lesson.
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This lesson includes 8-pages of quotes and images for students to analyze with guiding questions for a better understanding of the economic, political, cultural, and decade changes in the 1940s and WWII. Includes a wrap-up question on each topic in which students make comparisons to our modern economy.
Answers will vary, so no key provided!
Leading to WWII
Homefront During WWII
Minorities During WWII
Also includes a writing prompt to conclude activity for a summary of the decade and its impact on our modern world.
Includes 9 digital or printable pages:
8 Primary Source Analysis Interactive Notebook Pages
1 Cumulative Writing Prompt Page
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Great for skills practice, the reviewing of core content, AP Prep, or the introduction of the topic at the beginning of a unit. A number of other implementation ideas are provided in the teacher notes!
Also available as a PDF in the Primary Sources Category of my TpT Store or here:
United States Complete Primary Source Analysis Bundled Set Civil War- Modern Day (Original Set with Images, Quotes, and More!)
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