This interactive notebook includes everything you need to teach a unit on World War I in an engaging way! This resource covers the causes of the war through the end of the war.
The organizers in this resource can be used on their own, or as a supplement to student note. Interactive notebooks are a great tool to keep students organized and engaged in the lesson!
These interactive notebooks are part of a larger BUNDLE of American History interactive notebooks & graphic organizers! Save 20% when you buy the bundle!
In this resource you will find…
• 21 graphic organizers: 19 with text on them, and 2 left blank for your own customization.
• 6 1/2 pages of thorough suggested answers that you are free to use with these graphic organizers and flippables.
• Previews of each page in action for you or your students to reference.
• A cover page and table of contents is also included.
1. Key vocabulary – armistice, Balkans, big four, blockade, Bolsheviks, conscript, doughboy, duckboards, dreadnought, front line, no man’s land, U-Boat
2. Causes of the war – alliances, imperialism, assassination, declarations of war
3. Assassination of Franz Ferdinand – Franz Ferdinand, before the assassination, assassination, start of WWI
4. Allied powers – France, Britain, Russia, U.S., other allies
5. Central powers – Germany, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire, Bulgaria
6. Battle of Tannenberg – Tannenberg, armies, battle, results
7. First battle of the Marne – armies, before the battle, battle, results
8. Trench warfare – how they were built, no man’s land, conditions, life in the trenches
9. Battle of Somme – armies, before the battle, artillery barrage, battle
10. Russian Revolution – Russian Tsar, Bloody Sunday, World War I, February Revolution, Bolshevik Revolution, results
11. Sinking of the Lusitania – Lusitania, before the attack, Lusitania departs, German attack, Lusitania sinks, results
12. American involvement – remaining neutral, sinking of the Lusitania, Zimmerman Telegram, declaring war, U.S. troops in Europe, Wilson’s 14 points, after the war
13. Famous leaders – Georges Clemenceau, Franz Josef, Kaiser Wilhelm II, Red Baron, Tsar Nicholas II, Vladimir Lenin, Woodrow Wilson, Mehmed V
14. Aviation – reconnaissance, bombings, machine guns, famous fighter pilots
15. Modern warfare – airplanes, tanks, trench warfare, naval warfare, new weapons
16. Christmas truce – where, actions, response
17. Wilson’s 14 points – purpose, summary, reactions
18. End of the war – final battles, armistice, treaty negotiations, Treaty of Versailles, new borders, League of Nations
Please view the preview for an in-depth look at what is included in this resource!
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