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The Great Depression- Womens Sufferage- WWI

The Great Depression

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Women's Suffrage

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WWI

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WWI Vocabulary Activity!

Use the button below to go to the WWI vocabulary worksheet in Brainpop. You will need to complete the vocabulary form (In your OWN words), click on "SAVE", then submit to teacher- Newtons or Hispters

The War to "End all Wars"

"World War, I also known as the First World War, was a global war centered in Europe that began on 28th July 1914 and lasted until 11th November 1918. The war lasted exactly four years, three months and 14 days. Before World War II began in 1939, World War I was called the Great War, the World War or the War to End all Wars. 135 countries took part in World War I, and more than 15 million people died. See the fact file below for more information about World War I."


Fun Facts: https://kidskonnect.com/history/world-war-i/

How long did it last?

"When the First World War began that summer, most people thought it would be over by Christmas. Many believed that Britain was so powerful it could win very quickly. In fact, the First World War lasted four terrible years, not four months."


Source:http://www.ngkids.co.uk/history/first-world-war

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Trench Life

"{By the winter of 1915, the opposing sides had both dug long ditches called trenches which faced each other, in some places just 30m apart! These lines of narrow trenches stretched from the Belgian coast to Switzerland, and were known as the Western Front. Over five million British soldiers spent time living in these muddy, miserable ditches, taking it in turns to be on the Front Line — the trench closest to the enemy.


Day-to-day life there was smelly and grim. There were millions of giant rats, overflowing latrines (loos) and terrible lice infestations. Not to mention the dead bodies. Every so often, soldiers on the Front Line would be instructed to leave their trench and venture into dangerous No Man’s Land (the area between the sides) to try to push back the enemy."


Source: http://www.ngkids.co.uk/history/first-world-war

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"It's all over..."

"On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918, the First World War officially ended when an agreement (known as an armistice) was signed by Germany and the Allies. This date is known as Armistice Day, and is still commemorated each year when people wear paper poppies to remember those who fought and died in conflicts around the world - the pretty red flowers were the only things that grew on the bloody battlefields of Western Europe."

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"Sadly, by the time the First World War was over, more than 18 million people had been killed worldwide. It was hoped it would be the war to end all wars. But this wasn’t to be the case. Just 21 years later, the Second World War broke out."


Source: http://www.ngkids.co.uk/history/first-world-war

EXTRA CRAFT PROJECT:

Watch the video and find out how to make a Poppy flower:

http://www.kidspot.com.au/things-to-do/activities/make-a-red-poppy

Propaganda!

"James Montgomery Flagg's Wake Up America! Completed in 1917.

A poster depicts a woman sleeping in a chair. She is wearing a dress and head wrap made from an American flag. Text reads: Wake Up, America! Civilization Calls Every Man Woman and Child!"


Source: https://www.brainpop.com/socialstudies/ushistory/worldwari/activity/resources.php?type=image

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