Ch 14: GACE Early Childhood Education: World War I

About This Chapter

From the factors that led to warfare to the impact of U.S. involvement, the videos in this chapter focus on World War I. Let our instructors prepare you for related questions on the GACE Early Childhood Education assessment.

GACE Early Childhood Education: World War I - Chapter Summary

View this chapter's video lessons to examine the causes and consequences of the Great War before taking the GACE Early Childhood Education assessment, which covers these history topics. Once you finish studying the lessons, you should be able to:

  • Identify the causes of WWI
  • Explain the official position of the U.S. at the start of WWI
  • Discuss the impact of America's eventual involvement in WWI
  • Describe the terms within the Treaty of Versailles

Our instructors use their experience to simplify the complexities of World War I. The short video lessons are full of historical images from the time period to make the material come alive. The lessons include transcripts, which may have links to other related text lessons. We offer self-assessment quizzes as well.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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