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World War I Primary Source Set

World War I Primary Source Set
World War I Primary Source Set
World War I Primary Source Set
World War I Primary Source Set
World War I Primary Source Set
World War I Primary Source Set
World War I Primary Source Set
World War I Primary Source Set
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This is a collection of primary source texts aligned to the College Board's Advanced Placement United States History Curriculum Framework. Each texts includes 2-3 text-dependent questions to engage students.

These rich texts are a great resource in all APUSH classrooms, and can be used
develop skills assessed on the APUSH exam in May, including analysis of historical evidence.

Educators can adapt these texts to create assessments, multiple choice questions, or short answer questions. These texts can also be assigned for homework.

The primary source included in this set are

Letters from the Great Migration (1917)
Eugene Kennedy, A “Doughboy” Describes the Fighting Front (1918)
Newton D. Baker, “The Treatment of German-Americans” (1918)
Warren G. Harding, Campaign Speech at Boston (1920)
Woodrow Wilson, The Fourteen Points (1918)
Total Pages
10 pages
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Does not apply
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