World War II: What's the Question
is a set of bell-ringers, challenges of the week, and more to engage students in World War II topics. Give students an answer related to World War II, students come up with the question. If the answer is V-Mail, what is the question students can develop? Challenge your students to come up with creative World War II questions. A great addition to your study of the World War II.
This guide contains:
- Teacher's guide
- Student directions
- 12 answers + Potential Questions for those answers
- Printables for bulletin board
Provide this activity along with other World War II
activities to engage students’ different interests and learning styles.
World War II Resources currently available include:
- World War II: Unit Project
- World War II: Pacific Theater
- World War II: Home Front Activities
- World War II: Interactive Notebook Timeline Activity
- World War II: Propaganda and Political Cartoons
- World War II: Morse code, code talkers and cryptology
- World War II: Illustrated Timeline
- World War II: Related to Maps and Map Activities
- World War II: Enemies of the state - Japanese Internment camps and Italian-American Experience during World War II
- World War II Interactive Notebook Pages
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