World War II – The Cost of War: Economic, Social, Political Worksheet Using this informative worksheet, your students will be able to analyze the effects of World War II – economic, political and social. Students will analyze diverse sources and determine which cost of war was the most significant by writing a paragraph summary. $
World War II: Agreements Prior to War This is a 2-page document-analysis activity in which students read and answer questions related to several agreements made prior to World War II. The agreements include: The Dawes Plan, The Young Plan, Washington Naval Disarmament Conference Five Power Treaty, Kellogg-Briand Pact, The League of Nations, Neutrality Acts
World War II – Chamberlin & Churchill Debate on Appeasement Quote Analysis
In this activity students will be assigned either Winston Churchill or Neville Chamberlin. The y will write speeches in defense of, or against, appeasement prior to World War II. Students will analyze quotes from each Prime Minister and use that information to write their speeches. Students will share their speeches aloud and complete wrap-up review questions to assess their knowledge. Common Core Aligned!
World War II - The Nazi-Soviet Pact and The Munich Agreement
The Nazi-Soviet Pact & The Munich Agreement Political Cartoon Analysis Worksheets (Common-Core) Students will be able to understand the Nazi-Soviet Pact and the Munich Agreement prior to World War II by analyzing several political cartoons and text. Several questions are included on each document.
World War II BATTLES - Google Maps Activity (Common-Core) In this engaging activity, students will use Google Maps to create an interactive map of important battles of World War II. A grading rubric is included. Students must create a Google account if they don't currently have one. $
This is a fun and interactive project to get your students to learn about the important leaders of World War II. Students will be assigned 3 out of 12 leaders of WWII and create trading cards with important information about their assigned leader. On the due date, the students trade their cards with their assigned group members. All students will end up with 12 leader cards. They can use the cards to study. A review game and quiz are included to check their knowledge about each leader. FUN!
World War II: Predicting German Foreign Policy 1933-1939 (World History)
World War II: Predicting German Foreign Policy 1933-1939 This is one of my favorite activities when teaching the causes of World War II. Students will pretend they are advisors to the German leaders prior to World War II. First, the teacher will review the goals of Nazi Germany in the 1930’s and then the students will be given different scenarios where they will have to guess what the best choice would be to keep in align with German goals.
World War II: The Jewish Holocaust Internet Lab Activity -Print and Google Drive
The Jewish Holocaust Internet Lab Activity This is an engaging and student-centered to teach about the Jewish Holocaust during World War II. Students will be guided to interactive websites that includes videos and text to find answers to important questions. Internet access and sound is required. Please contact me after purchase if you would like an editable version.
Students will be able to understand the causes of World War II by analyzing several primary sources (political cartoons, speeches, radio-addresses, charts, graphs, etc.) Several documents are included. Pick and choose which documents work best with your class.
World War II BUNDLE(Secondary World History) This product includes everything you need to teach a 17-day unit on World War II for your secondary World History class. Purchase in BUNDLE and you will automatically save 20% off of each product! A pacing guide and detailed lesson plans are included! “Work smarter not harder!”