Nonfictional Informational Text teaches students about the events that led to World War I, including the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and the conflicts between Serbia and Austria-Hungary, with this Common Core-aligned World War I lesson and hands-on activities:
• The July Crisis nonfiction informational text-all CONTENT included!
• Questions to assess Informational Text Comprehension
• Persuasive Letter to Emperor Franz Josef~we take students through entire Writing Process
• The July Crisis Vocabulary Quiz
The July Crisis, aligned with the 5th-8th Grade Common Core READING, WRITING, and LANGUAGE Standards (see Preview for Standard Alignment), can be purchased separately or as part of our Common Core-aligned WORLD WAR I INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK UNIT
We've included a context-appropriate Glossary, Answer Pages, and Grading Rubrics for the World War I Persuasive Writing Activity.
Download the World War I Preview to see the complete Lesson Plan, Common Core Alignment, and samples from the World War I lesson and activities.
OUR OTHER WORLD WAR I RESOURCES (ALL INCLUDED IN THE INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK UNIT):
FRANZ FERDINAND FREE LESSON
WORLD WAR I BATTLES OF 1914 AND 1915
AMERICA ENTERS WORLD WAR I
WORLD WAR I BATTLES OF 1918
WORLD WAR I BATTLES IN THE AIR & AT SEA
WORLD WAR I WEAPONS
THE END OF WORLD WAR I
WORLD WAR I INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK UNIT
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