These notes are a great way to get students engaged and interested in American Imperialism! By looking through these political cartoons as a class, it allows for great class discussions. This resource helps students understand different viewpoints
This resource offers 4 guided readings that can be used as stations or for group work. Students will read about the different causes of World War I: Militarism, Imperialism, Alliances, and Nationalism. By using this resource, especially in a US
The Washington Post's Lily Cunningham does a fantastic job at making the Presidents of the United States come alive and become relatable. She discusses their personal lives and also legislation that was passed and how that effected American
World War I was a big European conflict, leading America to delay entering the war. But it's important to look at the reasons why America decided after years to join the war. Students will complete 2 short readings which analyze the reasons
This engaging review will help your students prepare for their US I exam in an exciting way!
Students will work in cooperative groups to test their knowledge on the material covered so far. As the Jenga pieces are pulled there are questions for