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Read the poem “The Man He Killed” Compare the message in the poem to the messages you discovered in the Xmas Truce
Analyze the causes of Trench Warfare Describe the conditions experienced in Trench Warfare from Examine the impact of industrial inventions during WWI
Machine Gun Tank Mortars/Cannons Airplane Chemical Warfare (MG) Submarine
They almost win WWI for Germany… why? Instead, they will lose WWI for Germany…why? –1915…British liner Lusitanian sunk 1,200 drowned, 118 Americans –USA joins Allied Powers in 1917
WWI: Major Battles, New Weapons, Fighting Techniques, and Unrestricted Submarine Warfare.
World War I Cheat Sheet. Causes of the WWI Nationalism Militarism Secret Treaties Imperialism.
America in the First World War. Europe Descends into Chaos Tensions between European powers had been rising because of…. MilitarismEach world power had.
Causes of World War I. Background causes Imperialism - Germany felt it deserved more colonies in Africa and Asia Imperialism - Germany felt it deserved.
World War 1: A World War Begins. Today’s Objective Describe the causes of World War I Identify the terrorist attack that occurred Identify the.
WWI Innovations Do Now: “The war is going to be won by inventions” -British Admiral Jacky Fisher (1915) List several technologies that you use everyday.
Agenda Review Trench Warfare Lusitania – PP, – Video, – Primary Sources,
What kinds of weapons and methods were used in WWI? What were some of the major battles?
11-1 World War I Begins. Causes of World War I What caused WWI? What alliances divided Europe in1914? What diplomatic crises sparked the war?
What were the four causes of World War I starting in Europe?
WHO: Many countries in Europe WHAT: A war WHERE: Europe WHEN: WHY: Countries in Europe were feeling nervous other countries would attack them,
Innovations of WWI. An Industrialized War Weapons were produced with the same efficient methods of mass production that industrialists had applied to.
Unit VI. The Great War. C. An Industrialized War.
New Technology of World War One Brand New WWI Technology Bolt Action Rifle Zeppelins Planes Tanks Artillery Fire Submarine Chlorine Gas and.
At the end of this lesson you will be able to: Identify several new weapons and technological improvements developed during World War I Predict the.
World War I The Great War ● Nationalism ● Imperialism ● Militarism ● Alliances Created tension between countries in Europe. Germany and A-H.
Americans fought in the G.R.E.A.T.W.A.R. Chapter 1: America and the Great War.
World War I 2014 – 2015 American History Harrison Career Center: Mr. Leasure.
The Start of WWI The Great War Begins! The New Powers Central Powers Central Powers Germany, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire, and Bulgaria Germany, Austria-Hungary,
WWI Battles. WWI The Great War in Europe was fought on two fronts, Western and Eastern Western Front Germany advanced through Belgium in order to.
Weapons of WWI OFFENSIVEVSDEFENSIVE Offensive Weapons 1. Repeating rifle2. Artillery 3. Chemical weapons 4.Bayonets5. Airplanes 6. Tanks (eventually)
APRIL 27, 2015 MONDAY What “caused” World War I? Who were the Allied Powers and the Central Powers? Why and when did the United States enter World War.
U.S. Involvement in WWI. Anti-War U.S. under Woodrow Wilson – neutral Americans strongly anti-war.
Learning Target: analyze how and why the USA got involved in WWI and how it effects the war Copy your vocabulary words into your packet Total War: when.
World War I. Four Long-Term Causes of WWI Militarism: the policy of building up armed forces in an attempt to intimidate other countries Alliances: agreements.
© One Stop Teacher Shop. WHO: Many countries in Europe WHAT: A war WHERE: Europe WHEN: WHY: Countries in Europe were feeling nervous other countries.
The “Spark” Europe in 1914 Archduke Franz Ferdinand & His Family.
WARM UP Take out your study guides You will be given time to complete your study guides We will go over the correct answers together.
Agenda ► Simulation Set up! SET THE STAGE: FRIEND OR FOE? ► Trench Warfare Key Points, Why Important? Primary Source Activity: Trench Rats.
The “World” at War. Agenda 1.Bell Ringer: What major events led to World War I? 2.Technology of War Notes 3.Discussion and analysis: What is the worst.
Mr. Pearsall’s World History II Class.
Chapter 12: The World War I Era I. The Road to War.
WWI Trench Warfare. Stalemate in the Trenches When war began most people assumed it would be over in a few months. The German army invaded Belgium with.
World War I Chapter 21, Lesson 2 EQ: How can technology impact war?
War Consumes Europe WWI – The Beginning. The Alliance System Collapses O Nearly all the nations of Europe at war O Schlieffen Plan – Germany’s military.
“The Great War”. World War I was fought between It will involve the most powerful nations on Earth: England, France, Russia, Germany, Austria-Hungary,
New Technology of WWI. Industrialization and mass production made it possible to develop new weapons and technology Industrialization and mass production.
US History Standards: SSUSH15 The student will analyze the origins and impact of U.S. involvement in World War I. a. Describe the movement from U.S. neutrality.
Mobilizing the Home Front Propaganda and the War Effort Recruiting soldiers Buying War Bonds Saving Food Contributing to the War Industry (weapons factories)
Bellwork 11/17/15 Write one paragraph explaining the three reasons why United States will join WWI and declare war on Germany. Of these three reasons,
Unit #6 First World War LESSON #6:6 Americans Arrive at war p
World War I Part 2. C. Rebuilding a Nation (ca ca. 1914) 2.Increasing Influence and Challenges f. Identify and evaluate the factors that influenced.
US History Core 100, Goal 8 The Great War and Its Aftermath ( ) The learner will analyze United States involvement in World War I and the war's.
Warm Up Make a KWL chart about World War One KWL What you KNOW about World War I What you WANT TO KNOW about World War I What you have LEARNED about World.
Bell Ringer!!! Take out your WWI statistics handouts from yesterday. What does our acronym “MAIN” stand for? What countries are in the Triple Alliance?
WORLD WAR II. SECTION 1 - THE ROOTS OF WWII WWI known as the Great War Industrial growth and prosperity resulted in nationalism (pride in.
World War I As World War I intensified, the United States was forced to abandon its neutrality.
WWI Facts Alliances –TRIPLE ENTENTE: –TRIPLE ALLIANCE: War lasted from: 19__ – 19__ People thought war would last no longer than __ weeks 10 million deaths:
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