World War I

Unit 3 Chapter 9 World War I 1914-1919 Lesson Plan

AH8:6 Students will identify the events and people of World War I and explain how that war changed the world.

War, Prosperity, and Depression
Video:  WWI American Legacy
Video:  World War I in Color and HD

AH8:6-1 identify and evaluate the causes of World War I

The Great War (PBS)

AH8:6-2 explain how WWI was a new type of war in regards to weapons and tactics

New Weapons

AH8:6-3 explain the importance of the US entry into WWI

American Entry into World War I, 1917

AH8:6-4 describe the outcomes of WWI and analyze the impact of the Treaty of Versailles on the future of the world

Treaty of Versailles

Games:

Trench Warfare Game

World War When?

Multimedia:

World War I – Kids Social Studies Videos

Tutorials:

HippoCampus U.S. History II

The American Journey Modern Times © 2009

Chapter 9: World War I

By clicking on the links below, students can read a summary of the chapter, learn more about a chapter-related topic by completing a web-based activity, take a ten-question quiz to test their knowledge of the chapter, have fun and challenge themselves with a puzzle or game based on the chapter content, and quiz themselves or fellow students using eFlashcards for chapter-specific academic vocabulary, glossary terms, and people, places, and events.

Chapter Overviews

Student Web Activities

Self-Check Quizzes

ePuzzles and Games

Vocabulary eFlashcards

In Motion Animations

Interactive Graphic Organizers

World War I Articles

How a century-old war affects you (series of articles…this is a link to Part 1)

How World War I gave us ‘cooties’ (Part 2)

The ‘bionic men’ of World War I (Part 3)

ISIS caliphate shows still no end to WWI (Part 4)

The mighty women of World War I (Part 5)

How toxic weapons killed 90,000 (Part 6)

After war atrocities, who must pay? (Part 7)

World War I’s broken promise (Part 8)

How World War I gave birth to the modern (Part 9)

In 2014, countries are still paying offf debt from World War One

Where Americans Turned the Tide in World War I

This Week in World War I, Nov. 1-7, 1914

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