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- This unit was designed for World History and European History courses at an AP and regular level as I teach all of those courses. These are plenty of materials here for a course to thoroughly cover the war.Items:5 PowerPoints4 projectsResearch Paper, Timeline, Creative Project, and an Academic Post$18.05$36.01Save $17.96
- This bundle includes resources that can be used for distance learning. It contains several readings that can be uploaded to Google Classroom or could be printed and sent home in packets. It also contains two projects that can be done at home. The creative project is easy to complete at home (most$9.99$15.24Save $5.25
This reading activity/simulation can be done numerous ways. The main item that the students read is the Ultimatum that Austria-Hungary sent Serbia in July (July Crisis) prior to the outbreak of World War I. You can have your students read just the 10 points and answer the 4 questions, or have them read the whole ultimatum and answer all 6 questions (there are numerous ways to answer it, so there is no answer key, but the answers are easy after you read the document once).
The final option is to have them read the entire document and answer the 6 questions and then have them split up into different country groups and try to achieve what is on their card that you give them. Everyone is basically seeking peace or at most small war between Austria-Hungary and Serbia. However, the class is destined to fail at finding peace. I have done the reading and simulation in 1 class period (57 minutes) with 11th and 12th graders. Prepping a day ahead of time helps speed things up if you want to do the simulation. It is really short.