Overview: World War I was “the war to end all wars” and began in 1914. However, those words were not used until 1917 by President Woodrow Wilson to describe a war well underway in Europe for three years without U.S. participation. By that time,
Social Studies - History, U.S. History, World History
These are questions based on the documentary series by Ken Burns on the Civil War (on Netflix). It covers the first 40-45 minutes of Episode 1, "The Cause". Questions follow the episode chronologically, so students can easily follow along.
Social Studies - History, U.S. History, Other (Social Studies - History)
2-Column Notes, primarily about Germany's preparation for war and the invasion of Poland, ends at the beginning of WWII. Cover's Germany's suspension of democracy, annexation of Austria, to appeasement and blitzkrieg.
Social Studies - History, European History, World History
This is a worksheet students can use to guide them through analyzing a news source. They will analyze the source itself, as well as the validity of the source. The questions are specific enough for students to be able to answer on their own, I've
English Language Arts, Social Studies - History, Other (Specialty)
This graphic organizer goes specifically with any of the Presidential Debates of 2016. It is designed to have students identify the issues that the candidates discussed, as well as each candidate's position on them, as they watch a debate from the
Social Studies - History, Civics, U.S. History
Not Grade Specific
Internet Activities, Graphic Organizers, Movie Guides