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Musical-Rhythmic

Find a song from this era


(such as Over There) and
rewrite the lyrics to include
more WWI information.
http://www.ww1photos.com/O
verThere.html

Visual-Spatial
Compare Maps of Europe
before and after WWI noting
countries that no longer exist
and new countries that have
been added.

Verbal Linguistic
1. Create an acrostic poem
on Lusitania helping
describe its importance and
impact on WWI.
2. Read WWI Discoveries and
Inventions on BrainPop. In
your opinion, pick the most
important and share it with
the class.

WORLD WAR I
THINK-TAC-TOE

Logical-Mathematical
Use the statistics in your
newspaper to create
several math problems
comparing casualties, or
charts of information.
(Present math problems to
class for students to answer;
double check their work.)

Bodily-Kinesthetic
Create a timeline of the
Great War and present to
the class. Timeline could
be on the computer,
pieces of paper laid on
the floor, anything! Think
outside the box!

Intrapersonal
Write a *reflective* journal
entry on how WWI could have
impacted you during this
time. (Jobs, war, patriotism,
etc.)

Interpersonal
(ALL STUDENTS MUST
DO.)
Complete Point of View
activity. Consider how
different world leaders would
respond during this time
period. (Turn into a basket.)

Musical-Rhythmic
Find a song from this era
(such as Over There) and
rewrite the lyrics to include
more WWI information.
http://www.ww1photos.com/
OverThere.html

Verbal Linguistic
1. Create an acrostic poem
on Lusitania helping
describe its importance and
impact on WWI.
2. Read WWI Discoveries
and Inventions on BrainPop.
In your opinion, pick the
most important and share it
with the class.

Visual-Spatial
Compare Maps of Europe
before and after WWI noting
countries that no longer
exist and new countries that
have been added.

WORLD WAR I
THINK-TAC-TOE

Naturalist
Build a model of a trench
to help the class better
understand why trench
warfare change fighting
forever.

Logical-Mathematical
Use the statistics in your
newspaper to create
several math problems
comparing casualties, or
charts of information.
(Present math problems to
class for students to answer;
double check their work.)

Bodily-Kinesthetic
Create a timeline of the
Great War and present to
the class. Timeline could
be on the computer,
pieces of paper laid on
the floor, anything! Think
outside the box!

Intrapersonal
Write a *reflective* journal
entry on how WWI could
have impacted you during
this time. (Jobs, war,
patriotism, etc.)

Interpersonal
(ALL STUDENTS MUST
DO.)
Complete Point of View
activity. Consider how
different world leaders
would respond during this
time period. (Turn into a
basket.)

Naturalist
Build a model of a trench
to help the class better
understand why trench
warfare change fighting
forever.