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Students explore the events that led to American entry into World War I. In this American history lesson, students examine the policies of Woodrow Wilson at the dawn of the war, analyze challenges to the neutrality policy of the U.S., and explore the imminent participation of the U.S. in the war. Students research primary and secondary sources to create political cartoons and write essays regarding the topics.
Students explore the immigration wave that hit the United States in 19th century. In this immigration lesson, students examine primary and secondary sources to determine what the immigration experience was like for new citizens. Students write poetry based in their findings and participate in a debate.
Young scholars determine why the United States joined the Allied Powers in World War I. In this World War I lesson plan, students analyze primary and secondary sources in order to write essays about U.S. neutrality, U-Boats, the Zimmerman Telegram, and the Declaration of War.