America was less than 200 years old. How did we end up in a World war? Find out in this ToolBook, and learn what life was like on the homefront and how the War ended.
"America in World War I" covers:
- The War in Europe: U.S. neutrality despite the sinking of the Lusitania
- Why America entered the war: Germany (submarine warfare), Mexico (Zimmerman Note), Russia (communist revolution), England & France (they were losing). President Wilson: "Making the world safe for democracy."
- Predict the past about who won the War by playing "Name that strength!" Film worksheets of A&E’s "Foot Soldiers" lend visual aid.
- Life on the homefront: Propaganda placards. Sedition Act of 1918. The Great Migration. Who were the famous people of this War?
- How should a war end? The Paris Peace Conference; President Wilson’s Fourteen Points; The League of Nations; Debate: "Resolved, the U.S. should have joined the League of Nations."
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- Lectures and Stories―provide the basic facts behind the subject being covered and help establish a framework for further learning
- Interactive Exercises―develop higher levels of skill through graphic organizers, maps, charts, timelines, important documents and links to other materials
- Games―Unique action Games, brain games and board Games are fun, exciting, encourage fast-paced learning, and provide practice in all 6 levels of Bloom
- The Tests―practice and preparation for the end-of-grade state tests, with hundreds of practice test questions.
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