This activity focuses on President Wilson's famous Fourteen Point speech that he made towards the end of World War I, which expressed his ideas on how to maintain peace in the world following the Great War. First students will read Wilson’s Fourteen Points, which are broken down in a way students can easily understand. Following the points, students are prompted to answer a series of questions about the points, including an analysis of which points they feel are most effective and least effective. This is a quick assignment, yet very effective.
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