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Ch 37: The United States & WWI

About This Chapter

In this teacher resource chapter, our expert instructors outline the United States and World War I to help you create or refresh your curriculum. Our series of short video lessons are easy to use, mobile friendly and designed to make your lesson planning easy and enjoyable.

The United States & WWI - Chapter Summary

This engaging teacher resource chapter covers key World War I topics, including the role of the U.S. in the conflict and the development of the League of Nations. Show these video lessons in the classroom to supplement instruction on the causes of WWI, America's role in the war and how the war ended. Use the video timeline feature to quickly navigate to any part of the video you'd like to show your students. Each lesson is accompanied by a multiple-choice quiz that makes a handy assessment tool to ensure your students are keeping up.

How It Helps

  • Fulfills standards: The materials in this chapter on the U.S. and WWI can help you meet relevant educational criteria.
  • Makes planning easy: Provides a variety of helpful educational materials in one place to reduce curriculum planning time.
  • Encourages discussion: Use these videos and quiz questions as starting points for classroom discussion on important WWI topics.

Skills Covered

Use this chapter to teach your students how to:

  • Outline the factors that led to WWI
  • Explain how the war changed after America became involved
  • Discuss the League of Nations, the Treaty of Versailles and the end of WWI

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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