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WORLD WAR I

World War I – PROJECT


Directions: Your group will research FOUR of the different aspects of WWI & then create a presentation.
I. MISCELLANEOUS WWI

  1. Christmas Truce

  2. Lusitania, Zimmerman Telegram & Unrestricted Submarine Warfare *

  3. The War at Sea & the Battle of Jutland – North Sea, English Channel & Atlantic Ocean *

  4. Weapons & Technological Innovations (at least 5) *

II. WWI IN EUROPE

  1. Balkans Campaign

  2. Italy & the “Southern Front”

  3. Russian & the “Eastern Front” *

  4. Trench Warfare & the “Western Front” *

III. THE OTTOMANS IN WWI

  1. Armenian Genocide *

  2. Gallipoli Campaign *

  3. Great Arab Revolt

  4. Sykes-Picot Agreement *

IV. WWI MAJOR BATTLES IN EUROPE

  1. Battle of the Marne & the “Race to the Sea” *

  2. Battle of Tannenberg

  3. Battle of Verdun *

  4. Hundred Days Offensive

  5. The Somme Offensive *

V. WWI IN ASIA & AFRICA

  1. ANZAC

  2. German Colonies in the Pacific & Japan: Siege of Tsingtao

  3. Indian Support of the Allies *

  4. The War in Africa

VI. PEOPLE

  1. Ataturk

  2. Edith Cavell

  3. Georges Clemenceau

  4. John J. Pershing

  5. Mata Hari

  6. Paul von Hindenburg

  7. Winston Churchill

* Indicates content that you will be held accountable for on the end of unit assessment.


PRESENTATION OPTIONS:

  • Diary




  • Diorama – model representing a scene with three-dimensional figures




  • Mind Map – all aspects of the Mind Map MUST be visible & easy to read from throughout the classroom




  • Poster – all aspects of the poster MUST be visible & easy to read from throughout the classroom




  • PowerPoint




  • Prezi




  • Video – interview, re-enactment

* You are NOT limited to these options, this is meant to get you started. If you have other ideas for your presentation, you need to run them by me first.


GENERAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Presentations MUST have at least 5 pictures for EACH topic – make your visuals awesome

- each picture needs to have a BRIEF description, whether verbally &/or visually


  • Presentations MUST include a class hand-out/guide – summarize nicely & neatly – BIG PICTURE/main ideas *

- hand-out/guide MUST be no longer than 1 page


- “divide & conquer” is not allowed … one student cannot present the ENTIRE content of one topic


  • Presentation CANNOT be longer than 20 minutes




  • You MUST be present for your presentation to receive the group grade *

- if a group member is not present for their group’s presentation, it will be the responsibility of the absent

group member to present the entire project.




  • Your group will be held to high standards & expectations during your daily CPU lab research time – “participation & productivity” will be graded


SUGGESTIONS:

  • Exchange phone numbers & email addresses with your group members so you can communicate outside of school







  • Be creative & have fun!




  • As you research & create a presentation, focus on the BACKGROUND (tell the story of how we got to this point in the war, fit the topic into WWI) & BIG PICTURE IMPORTANCE (significance – why is it important? why are we learning about it?)


TIME-LINE:

F, 2/3 – Project intro, groups, topic choices, initial research – IMC CPU lab

M, 2/6 – IMC CPU lab

T, 2/7 – IMC CPU lab

W, 2/8 – Room 120 CPU lab (across from the lunch room)

F, 2/10 – IMC CPU lab

M, 2/13 – IMC CPU lab – presentation hand-outs are DUE *

T, 2/14 – Presentations BEGIN! * (2 per day)

W, 2/15 – Presentations

TH, 2/16 – Presentations FINISH! *



* 5TH PERIOD – 24 STUDENTS – 6 GROUPS OF 4

Group 1: Group 2:

Group 3: Group 4:

Group 5: Group 6:


* 6TH PERIOD – 28 STUDENTS – 5 GROUPS OF 5, 1 GROUP OF 4

Group 1: Group 2:

Group 3: Group 4:

Group 5: Group 6:


* 7TH PERIOD – 26 STUDENTS – 2 GROUPS OF 5, 4 GROUPS OF 4

Group 1: Group 2:

Group 3: Group 4:

Group 5: Group 6:


TIMELINE & OVERVIEW RESOURCES

THE ATLANTIC (some VERY cool pictures regarding ALL aspects of the war) – “World War I in photos”

* https://www.theatlantic.com/projects/world-war-i-in-photos/


BBC (an AWESOME interactive timeline) – “World War One: The global conflict that defined a century”

* http://www.bbc.co.uk/timelines/zqbhn39


BBC – “What really happened in the CHRISTMAS TRUCE of 1914?”

* http://www.bbc.co.uk/guides/zxsfyrd


BBC – SYKES-PICOT: The map that spawned a century of resentment”

* http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-36300224


History Channel – “Britain and France conclude SYKES-PICOT agreement”

* http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/britain-and-france-conclude-sykes-picot-agreement


BBC – “Why was the first German defeat of WW1 in AFRICA?”

* http://www.bbc.co.uk/guides/zck9kqt


GALE VIRTUAL REFERENCE LIBRARY (this is the BEST resource on this list – you should start here):

* http://go.galegroup.com/ps/displayAllBooksForSubject?subject=World+War+I&userGroupName=bea51299&inPS=true&prodId=GVRL


U.S. Secretary of State – “U.S. Entry into World War I, 1917”

* https://history.state.gov/milestones/1914-1920/wwi


Vox – “40 maps that explain World War I”

* http://www.vox.com/a/world-war-i-maps


British Library – “The War at SEA

* https://www.bl.uk/world-war-one/articles/the-war-at-sea


The Telegraph – “What was the Battle of JUTLAND, why was it so important to the First World War - and who won?”

* http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/05/31/what-was-the-battle-of-jutland-why-was-it-so-important-to-the-fi/


Khan Academy – “ITALIAN FRONT in World War I”

* https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/world-history/euro-hist/other-fronts-ww1/v/italian-front-in-world-war-i


The Smithsonian – “The Most Treacherous Battle of World War I Took Place in the ITALIAN MOUNTAINS

* http://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/most-treacherous-battle-world-war-i-italian-mountains-180959076/


History Channel – “Battle of CAPORETTO

* http://www.history.com/topics/world-war-i/battle-of-caporetto


Khan Academy – “The 20th Century”

* https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/world-history/euro-hist#other-fronts-ww1


NY Times – “ARMENIAN GENOCIDE: An Overview”

* http://www.nytimes.com/ref/timestopics/topics_armeniangenocide.html


History Channel – “ARMENIAN GENOCIDE

* http://www.history.com/topics/armenian-genocide


BBC – “Why the INDIAN SOLDIERS of WWI were forgotten”

* http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-33317368


NZ History – “The Ottoman Empire: The ARAB REVOLT, 1916-1918”

* https://nzhistory.govt.nz/war/ottoman-empire/arab-revolt


GALLIPOLI & the ANZACS

* http://www.gallipoli.gov.au/


BBC – “GALLIPOLI: Why do Australians celebrate a military disaster?”

* http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/worldwars/wwone/battle_gallipoli.shtml


The Telegraph – “Battle of the MARNE: end of the beginning”

* http://www.telegraph.co.uk/history/world-war-one/inside-first-world-war/part-two/10354106/battle-marne.html


History Channel – “Battle of the SOMME

* http://www.history.com/topics/world-war-i/battle-of-the-somme


BBC – “What caused VERDUN to be the longest battle of WWI?”

* http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/worldwars/wwone/battle_verdun.shtml


“The siege of TSINGTAO: how Germany surrendered an empire – and a beer”

* http://www.france24.com/en/20141107-siege-tsingtao-how-germany-lost-empire-left-beer-qingdao-world-war-one-japan

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