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Know Your Bit Guided Reading Group-Students should be able to do a "book examination" prior to reading and make educated guesses on the topic, setting, and characters, and form questions they may have prior to reading.
-Students should be able to read and comprehend Knit Your Bit: A World War I Story and actively discuss in a guided reading group.
-Students should be able to answer the following critical thinking questions:
1. What is the setting of the story?
2. Who are the main characters?
3. Can you connect to this in any way?
4. What did you already know about a "knit-in?" or, What did you think a "knit-in" was before reading this?
5. What activities do we often think are only for boys or girls? What did the story teach you about this? Should everyone be allowed to do any activity they like? Ridge Road Elementary Lesson Plan: WWI Review-Students will be able to explain the causes of WWI
-Students will be able to identify the countries involved in WWI
-Students will be able to understand the vocabulary involved in WWI 9-12th Grade Week Five Lesson PlanTo conclude the discussion on Biblical Sexuality as well as introduce The Great War with its implications on history and the society which we live 9-12th Grade Week Six Lesson PlanThe aim for this week is to orient students with the events of World War I discussing key questions of Who, What, When Where, & ultimately Why World War I: Trench Warfare Lesson(1)Students will be able to analyze letters written by World War I soldiers and summarize them. (2)Students will also be able to create their own letters to send home using the information about the war that we have learned in previous lessons. (3) Students will then reenact trench warfare and answer questions about their experiences. Review for WWILearning Target
Classify information about WWI into 3 categories - Causes, Events and Effects Review for WWI Unit AssessmentLearning Targets:
List the major causes of WWI
Define: Imperialism, Militarism, Nationalism, Alliance System
Describe chronological order
Give an example of a primary source
Explain the goal of Wilson's 14 points and the creation of the League of Nations
Explain why the U.S. Senate opposed joining the League of Nations The Liberty Bond PosterStudents will be able to list at least 3 widely shared and recognized symbols, analyzed a WWI Poster for persuasive elements. Explain how the posters' creator used words and images (symbols) to convince the viewer to buy bonds. Evaluate the effectiveness of the words and images. World War I 1914-1919Learning Target: Students will actively engage in partner note taking activity.
I will identify 18 reading focus questions for World War I. WWILearning Target
I can evaluate the effects of Tank and Trench warfare during World War I. MAIN causes of WWISWBAT describe and give an example of each of the four MAIN causes of WWI. WWI IntroSWBAT use a map and timeline to show where and when WWI took place. Lesson PlanThe students will be able to describe the world just before WW1 got started. Rise of Germany & Foundations of WarStudents should be able to name the primarily leader of Germany during this time, as well as the leader at the time of WWI.
Students should be able to give a fairly detailed account of Germany's rise to power and its effect on Europe. World History S2I will understand key terms, events leading up to WWI, Key dates of events, and especially I will understand the meaning of nationalism and patriotism and its role in WWI. World War I Influence on Intellectual Life, Literature and ArtFollowing instruction students will be able to:
1. Analyze artwork in the interwar period between World War I and World War II
2. Relate their analyze to World War I's effects on the social, political, economic, and intellectual life around the world
Historical Thinking Skill Objective:
Students to be able to weigh World War I’s influence on art by analyzing the differences between artworks done before World War I and artworks done after World War I.
Discuss the influence of World War I on literature, art, and intellectual life in the West (e.g., Pablo Picasso, the “lost generation” of Gertrude Stein, Ernest Hemingway). 06/09/16US.3.1 Analyze the causes of U.S. imperialistic policies and describe both the immediate and long term consequences upon newly acquired territories
US.3.2 Describe the influence of U.S. imperialistic foreign policies upon Latin America and the Pacific region
US.3.3 Describe the root causes of World War I and evaluate the reasons for U.S. entry into the war
US.3.4 Explain how the U.S. government financed WWI, managed the economy, and directed public support for the war effort
US.3.5 Analyze how key military leaders, innovations in military technology, and major events affected the outcome of WWI
US.3.6 Describe the goals of political leaders at the Paris Peace Conference and analyze the consequences of the Treaty of Versailles Lesson PlanStudents will be able to understand how the sinking of the Lusitania caused the United States to consider remaining neutral or enter into World War I. World War I and AftermathStudents will be able to outline key events of World War I and after.
Students will know key terms related to World War I and after.
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