To learn about history you need to explore it and importantly you need to use your 'noggin' (brain). This resource pack will help you do this. Written in plain, simple English it contains eight information sheets which your students can read as an introduction to some of the most significant technologies of World War 1. A great resource to initiate discussion, to provoke interest and to begin research into World War 1 technologies.
Key inquiry questions covered are:
• What technologies were used during World War 1?
• How were these technologies used and by whom?
• How did these technologies change?
• What were the impacts of these technologies on people and the outcome of the war?
This resource pack contains the following:
• World War 1 technologies overview
• WW1 aircraft/WW1 aircraft facts
• WW1 communication technologies
• WW1 tanks
• WW1 artillery/WW1 artillery facts
• WW1 deadly field weapons (machine guns, rifles, gas and barbed wire)
• WW1 submarines
• WW1 glossary
• Extensive activity suggestions which can be used to promote historical skills.
• A PMI chart
• An air, land and sea retrieval chart
• A KW chart
• A senses chart
This pack is introduced by Ned and Kelly. Ned and Kelly are History Explorers and together their names form the name of one of Australia's most famous bushrangers, Ned Kelly. Ned and Kelly love History and their stories and resource packs make history fun. Join them on their explorations of all things historical. If you would like to know more about History Explorers visit www.educationcreations,com.au.
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