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What led to the great war of 1914? Outline the militaristic, nationalistic, crisis, and key players that caused World War I. Franz Ferdinand, The Schlieffen Plan, and the alliances that bound the world are all covered. 
Fifth graders create a timeline of events in a soldiers life.  In this World War I lesson, 5th graders learn about the Great Depression and World War I.  Students watch video segments about World War I and examine primary sources from the same time period.  Students work in groups to create a timeline of events.
In this online interactive history quiz worksheet, students respond to 50 multiple choice questions about World War I. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
Students explore the events that led up to World War I.  In this World History lesson, students read an article on Germany and World War I, then answer four study questions and write an essay about the article.
Students demonstrate the ability to develop questions and ideas to initiate and refine research. They demonstrate the ability to conduct research and to answer questions and evaluate information and ideas. They design World Peace Flags.
Fourth graders review the five themes of geography as a class. Using the Balkan region, they identify the physical and human characteristics and label the countries and landforms on a map. They answer geographical questions and analyze information.
Students discuss the personal and historical significance of journals, analyze the issues raised in a N.Y. Times article regarding Anne Frank's diary, and evaluate a Letter to the Editor written in response to the article.
Students investigate the concept of a hero. They write in journals to find definitions and create hero symbols. Also students conduct research to create a banner of quotations made by famous heroes who fall under the definition generated in the study.
Students explore how different cultures commemorate people and events. They research how commemorations are created through music, painting, sculpture, photography, architecture, and poetry. In collaborative, students create a commemoration celebrating a person or an event of their choice, and host a festival to share their work with others in the school and community.
Student read the Diary of Anne frank.  For this Literature lesson, 9th graders study the transport of Jews to Auschwitz.  Students create a daily schedule of their lives if they were in hiding, 
In this World War I worksheet, students view a PowerPoint presentation about causes of the war and then respond to 40 fill in the blank questions. The PowerPoint presentation is not provided.
Students read and discuss an article about the geographical and political history of Bosnia. They examine recent conflicts, discuss tension between various ethnic and religious groups and review timelines and maps.
Students analyze maps of Europe, and research and discuss current wars in Europe, and compare them to World War I and World War II.
Students explore the fundamentals of news-gathering, the etiquette of reporting, and the rights a news writer/reporter has. They review the parts of a news story and write an article discussing their beliefs about the Pledge iof Allegiance.
In this social studies activity, students find the words that are related to the continent of Europe and the answers are found at the bottom of the page.
In this Whispers in the Graveyard worksheet, students answer questions for each chapter in the book relating to grammar and writing. Students answer two hundred questions relating to adverbs, descriptive writing, adjectives, and other areas for twenty eight chapters.
In this Google Eyes worksheet, students read eight chapters from Google Eyes and then complete a comprehension exercise, speech marks, persuasive writing, fact and opinion, question mark, and the comma worksheets. Students answer one hundred and fifty short answer and fill in the blank questions.
In this causes of World War I instructional activity, learners learn the long term and short term causes that led the world into war. After they've examined the lesson thoroughly, students write an essay over the topic.
A helpful hand out could help learners conceptualize the causes of WWI. It shows a powder keg being filled with several issues of the time. The fuse is then shown to be lit by the assassination of Sarajevo. 
In this World War I and World War II chronological events worksheet, pupils examine the timeline cards. The cards may be cut out so that students may study the chronology of events.

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