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Unit #6 First World War Essential Questions and Vocab Unit #6 First World War Essential Questions and Vocab

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Unit #6 First World War Essential Questions and Vocab - PPT Presentation

LESSON 1 World War 1 Begins 111 VOCABULARY 61 Prussia in 1871 184 Triple Alliance 184 FrancoRussian Alliance 184 Militarism 184 Triple Entente 185 Nationalism 185 Selfdetermination 185 ID: 720907

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Unit #6First World War

Essential Questions and VocabSlide2

LESSON #1 –

World War 1 Begins

(1/11)

VOCABULARY 6-1Prussia in 1871 (184)Triple Alliance (184)Franco-Russian Alliance (184)Militarism (184)Triple Entente (185)Nationalism (185)Self-determination (185)Archduke Franz Ferdinand (185)

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS

What were the causes of WWI, using the acronym MANIA

What did the Archduke Franz Ferdinand have to do with the start of WWI?Slide3

LESSON

#2

– US enters WWI

(1/12)ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS3. What was the role of Gavrillo Princip in the start of WWI?

4

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What seemed to be the attitude of most people in most countries going into this horrible war?Slide4

LESSON

#2

– US enters WWI

(1/13)VOCABULARY (6:2)NeutralityPropaganda (187)Contraband (187)U-boats (187)Lusitania (187)“he kept us out of war” (188)

Zimmermann telegram (188)

Unrestricted submarine warfare (188)

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS

5

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Why did USA join the war?

6

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Describe attitudes of USA going into war. Slide5

LESSON

#3

– US enters WWI

(1/14)VOCABULARY 6-3War Industries Board (WIB) (189)Food Administration (189)Victory gardens (189)

Fuel

Administration (189)

Heatless Mondays

(189)

Liberty and Victory Bonds

(190)

The Great Migration (190)Four Minute Men (191)Espionage (191)Sedition Act of 1918 (191)

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS

7

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What are some government agencies formed to refocus our nation to win the Great War?

8

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What laws were passed to stop Americans from damaging out chances of victory?Slide6

LESSON

#4

– US enters WWI

(1/19)VOCABULARY 6-4The Draft (192)Selective Service (192)Selective Service Act of 1917 (192)Influenza (192) Noncombat positions (193)Yeoman (193)

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS

9

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What method did the military use to fill its ranks with the millions needed to fight?

10.

What effect did the Spanish Flu have on the population?Slide7

LESSON

#5

– US enters WWI

(1/20)VOCABULARY 6-5p. 194:Trench warfare Artillery gunsWestern FrontBarbed wire and machine gun

p. 195:

Poison gas

Armored tank

Zeppelins and airplanes

Dogfights

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS

11. Why was Trench Warfare so dangerous?

12. What were some modern killing inventions of WWI?Slide8

LESSON

#6:6

– US enters WWI

(1/21)VOCABULARY 6-6p. 196:DoughboysConvoysDestroyersCzar Nicholas IIRussian Revolution

GEN John J. Pershing

American Expeditionary Force

p. 197:

Argonne Forest

Armistice

Nov. 11, 1918

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS

13. Why were the Americans so successful, even with no experience?(2 reasons)14. What were the final signs that the war was grinding to an end?Slide9

LESSON

#6:7

– Treaty of Versailles

(1/27)VOCABULARY 6-7p. 197:Treaty of Versailles“Big Four”Fourteen Points

p. 198

League of Nations

reparations

p. 199

“irreconcilables”

“reservationists”

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS

15. Why might the Germans have been upset with the harsher conditions of the Treaty of Versailles16. What did it seem was the goal of Wilson?Slide10

LESSON

#6:8

– Post War America

(1/28)VOCABULARY 6-8p. 200-201:General strikeBoston Strike of 1919Steel Strike of 1920

p. 202-203

The Red Scare

Reds

The Palmer Raids

Deported

Warren G. Harding’s “normalcy”

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS

17. How did the end of the war and the soldiers coming home effect the workplace? 18. Why did we have such fear and hatred toward a general strike?

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