World War I
Topics: background and causes, first days of the war, leaders, new methods of warfare, life in the trenches, major battles, U.S. entry into the war, women, home fronts, unusual stories, and the war's aftermath. Eleven fascinating historical articles (four or five pages long, and reproducible for easy distribution) summarize main points and deliver colorful, memorable details about history. Following each illustrated article, three or four reproducible worksheets test comprehension and spark deeper engagement through creative writing, arts and crafts projects, research starters, critical thinking questions, what-if scenarios, and other activities. Grades 48. Suggested readings. Answer keys.
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Chapter 2The Lights Go Out in Europe 10
Chapter 3Leaders in Wartime 18
Chapter 4New Methods of Warfare 26
Chapter 5Life in the Trenches 34
Chapter 6Major Battles 42
Chapter 9 The Home Fronts
Chapter 10 Unusual and Interesting Stories
Chapter 11 The Aftermath
Answers to Activities
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