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World War II - Source Analysis Bundle (Causes of WWII, Atomic Bombs, etc)

World War II - Source Analysis Bundle (Causes of WWII, Atomic Bombs, etc)
World War II - Source Analysis Bundle (Causes of WWII, Atomic Bombs, etc)
World War II - Source Analysis Bundle (Causes of WWII, Atomic Bombs, etc)
World War II - Source Analysis Bundle (Causes of WWII, Atomic Bombs, etc)
World War II - Source Analysis Bundle (Causes of WWII, Atomic Bombs, etc)
World War II - Source Analysis Bundle (Causes of WWII, Atomic Bombs, etc)
World War II - Source Analysis Bundle (Causes of WWII, Atomic Bombs, etc)
World War II - Source Analysis Bundle (Causes of WWII, Atomic Bombs, etc)
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Excellent tool for analyzing World War II readings, primary sources, cartoons, propaganda and speeches! Each of the 9 resources contains all necessary answer keys and rubrics for ease of assessment! Over 120 pages of content!

You save 50% by buying this World War II Source Analysis Bundle!

This World War II bundle covers topics such as: World War II Propaganda, the Home Front, Causes of World War II, Reasons for and against the Atomic Bombing of Japan, Roosevelt's Pearl Harbor Speech, Hitler's Speech on the Treaty of Versailles, Rise of Hitler, Nazi Party, etc.

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World War Two Causes Source & Cartoon Analysis - This 21 page causes of World War Two (WWII) package includes 7 engaging and informative sources as well as 5 interesting cartoons related to the causes of World War Two (WWII). This is a great activity for having students analyzing text sources and political cartoons and for analyzing the importance of the causes of World War Two (WWII).

World War Two - Hitler's Speech on the Treaty of Versailles - Source Analysis - This 5 page World War Two (WWII) document contains the transcript of a speech by Hitler in regards to how he felt about the Treaty of Versailles and how it impacted Germany. The speech is brief but engaging and will give your students a great insight into how Hitler, and many Germans, felt about the Treaty of Versailles and the extent to which the Treaty of Versailles was a cause of World War Two (WWII).

Hitler and Nazi Party Rise to Power - Reading with Questions and Timeline Assignment - This 17 page rise of Hitler and Nazi Party package includes a three and a half page engaging and informative reading (visual and text) related to the rise of Hitler and the Nazi Party in the years before World War Two (WWII). This is a great activity for having students analyzing a reading and for analyzing the importance of the rise of Hitler and the Nazi Party in the years before World War Two (WWII).

World War Two (WWII) Analyzing Propaganda Source Analysis - This fantastic 24 page World War Two (WWII) resource contains a source analysis package related to American propaganda posters from World War Two (WWII). The resource contains two activities that offers explanations on possibilities for differentiation. This is a great product for introducing your students to propaganda from World War Two (WWII).

World War II Home Front - Reading, Questions and Journal Activity - This 7 page World War II resource includes a 2 page reading on the home front of World War II in the United States. The reading includes 4 World War II home front topics, including: the Lend-Lease Act, Japanese-American Internment, World War II Propaganda Campaigns and American Women Entering the Workforce (Rosie the Riveter). The resource includes a set of 12 questions related to the reading and a journal activity in which students journal from the perspective of a woman or Japanese-American on the home front during World War II. The resource includes a teacher key and rubric for ease of assessment.

World War II - Roosevelt's Pearl Harbor Speech - Speech Analysis - This 4 page World War II resource contains a speech analysis of Franklin D. Roosevelt's Pearl Harbor Address after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. The resource contain the speech with an image of Roosevelt. Next, this World War II related resource contains 8 questions that will help your students to analyze the significance of the speech and the attack on Pearl Harbor which brought the United States into the fighting of World War II. The resource includes a teacher key for ease of assessment.

World War II - Why Didn't the USA Join Until 1939? Reading & Questions - This 6 page World War II resource includes a reading related to why the United States decided to not join fighting in World War II in 1939. The reading discusses the political opinions of the time and the sentiment of the American public. Next, the resource includes 8 questions related to the reading with a teacher key for ease of assessment.
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