This primary source analysis lesson on the Zimmerman Note is perfect for any study of World War I. Students will watch a film clip, analyze the document with an APPARTS Foldable Graphic Organizer and questions, practice “cracking codes” with two fun worksheets, and complete a ticket-out-the-door. Here’s what you get:
1. Implementation Page
2. Pair-Share slides with film clip link
3. Primary Source Analysis APPARTS Foldable
5. “Crack the Code” Worksheets
7. Answer Keys
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I have a PowerPoint, cloze notes, and activity that explains the entire process of analyzing historical documents to students. Get it here:
Primary Source Analysis
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Primary Source Activities
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