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World War II

3 Lessons

50 minutes 0 Enrolled



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  • Historical maps, atlas, worksheets, mind mapping, audio-video presentation, world map, colored glasses with the flags of the states involved, interactive whiteboard, game-based learning plat-forms, used as educational technology (Kahoot, Learning App)


  • ( interactive global WW II map)
  • (World War II Visual History)


  • Tracked results:
  • The students will use different resources and tools to obtain, select, organize, understand the data about the Second War World.
  • Effects of the Second World War (Cold War, Communist and Democratic States, UN, Holocaust)

What Will I Learn?

  • Obiective :
  • 1. To identify the causes and the effects of the Second World War listening to historical recordings and debating them .
  • 2. To identify alliances and the main events that took place during the Second World War.
  • 3. Argue arguments for and against the expansion of Germany, signaling the negative effects on the whole world.
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