Bellwork: Read the Excerpt from “All Quiet things on the Western Front” and pull out the golden line
Content: Students will demonstrate comprehension of groups living on the home front during WWI by syntehsizing information from different sources from someone living in the United States by completing how their group opposed or supported the war and how it affected them in their Thinking Map.
Students will read about the impact of WWI on American/European life using a Tree Map to identify 4-5 facts.
- Thinking Map
-You will now be this historical group that lived during the United States
Step 2:Prepare for Role of Interview:
1. Create a brief introduction that explains who you are and whether you
support or oppose the war
2. Answer: In what ways have you supported or opposed the war? How
has World War I affected your life?
3. Make a memento to share for instance anti-war poster for pacifist why is it important to you and what it is!
1. 3 minutes each interview
2. Must meet another group all pairs must interview each other and
document it in their Thinking Map
3. Each time you switch interviews you switch roles. The two that act
like the ones being interviewed are the ones that interview
1. Espionage and Sedition Act and Effects of War on Us Graphic
2. Blog!! Post a poster you create your you find that reflects your groups
and/or another group you find interesting view point of the War
a. Should be clearly display
b. Write what you think Americans can do to support or oppose
c. Slogan to tell people should be the Title of your Post
d. Write about how the poster shows how the group was affected,
how they opposed or supported and write why