The World at War
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The World at War - A Comprehensive Teaching Resource
This teaching resource presents a detailed examination of pivotal global events between 1920 and 1945. It provides educators with an exhaustive repertoire to guide students through significant historical periods like the aftermath of World War I and Japan's defeat in World War II. The content elucidates how Europe's strained post-war economies created a landscape ripe for international tension.
Moving Beyond Simple Facts
'The World at War' delves into dynamic eras such as the Roaring Twenties, the catastrophic stock market crash of 1929, and the Great Depression. It also explores Roosevelt's New Deal and fascism's rapid rise, along with emphasizing the lasting impacts of the Holocaust.
Influential Figures Explored In-depth
Influential figures who shaped this era - Hitler, Stalin, Churchill, Roosevelt or Mussolini - are explored in depth. Their legacy is presented engagingly to help students understand their significance within historical context.
- Roosevelt’s New Deal: An attempt to salvage a crumbling economy.
- Fascism’s Rise: An illumination on how it came to be.
Addition Of Engaging Resources
To enhance student engagement, challenging map exercises are included providing geopolitical knowledge during these turbulent years along with provocative review questions aimed at bolstering critical thinking skills from Grade 7 through Grade 12.'The World At War' proves equally beneficial when implemented in group activities or individual learning settings used by homeschoolers.
Flexibility With Convenient AccessAvailable as a PDF file type, this lesson plan offers teachers flexibility and an addition to their lesson planning arsenals. It’s listed under the 'Social Studies' & 'World History' sub-category.
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