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World War I

4 Lessons

50 minutes 0 Enrolled


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  • Materials:
  • Historical maps, atlas, worksheets, mind mapping, audio-video presentation, interactive white-board, game-based learning platforms, used as educational technology (Kahoot, Learning App)


  • Surse:
  • (interactive global WW I map)
  • (World War I Visual History)


  • Outcomes:
  • To know general ideas about the First World War;
  • To express an opinion about the behavior and political decisions of some involved states ;
  • To use different resources to select, organize, understand the information about the I World War.

What Will I Learn?

  • Objectives :
  • 1. To locate on a map, the main front lines of the First WW
  • 2. To identify the main member of the Entente alliance and the Central Powers and the main battles,
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