Presentation on theme: "Have your World War 1 packet from last class out Have your homework out. Have a post it note out. Please pick up a textbook Thank you!"— Presentation transcript:
Have your World War 1 packet from last class out Have your homework out. Have a post it note out. Please pick up a textbook Thank you!
» 3 minute assessment to activate prior knowledge » In the next 3 minute, record the following from last class : » 4 MAIN causes of World War 1 » 3 reasons why USA enters the war ( PLZ) » Bonus – Spark that starts the war in motion..
» What message is trying to be shared with this rather catchy tune from World War 1 ? » http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B6hRDS3LvQQ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B6hRDS3LvQQ
» Turn your textbooks to page 718 » Reading from the text together to provide evidence for convoys, Communist revolution, doughboys, and a most massive attack. » Answering questions 1,2,5 &6 only on Guided Reading page » Review of answers when done
» 1. It was successful because in one year it reduced the Allied shipping losses by 600,000 tons per month, and no American soldiers bound for Europe were killed by submarines. » 2. Bolsheviks established a communist government » 5. The soldiers were nicknamed doughboys because their brass uniform buttons resembled boiled dough dumplings » 6. The attack took place in the Argonne Forest
» War at Home » Read Chapter 23 section 4 and complete the worksheet on the next page of the packet. » Notice the directions. Fill in the blanks using the words in the box provided. » You will be working with your 3 o clock partner » You have 25 minutes…..work well or you forfeit working together !
» Using your knowledge of world war one, fill in all of the categories listed with information found in the word bank. » SKIP “ The aftermath of the war” » You have 15 minutes.
» Treaty of Versailles and Wrap up of the Aftermath of war..
» Please return to your seats and be ready to wrap up today’s lesson » Turn to the person closest to you, take turns answering the following: » What was happening on the US homefront during the war? What evidence can you refer to to support your answer?