Imperialism & WWI Quiz Review sheet:

Jeopardy Review:

Extending your Learning about WWI

There are some interesting primary sources – in this case photos and propaganda posters – to browse and learn more about WWI.

Step 1. Please go to this website: http://www.gwpda.org/photos/coppermine/index.php and choose one image from three of the six categories below: (note that there are many pages of photos of each category -- see menu bar at bottom right of each page)

o Weapons and Equipment
o Animals at War
o War at Sea
o Troops
o Death and Destruction
o War in the Skies

Step 2. Choose a photo, paste it into a Pages document, and then give a 1-line description of the image and a 1-line description of why you chose it. (After this step, you should have three pictures and three descriptions on one page.)

Step 3. Learn more about the impact of WWI on the home front by reviewing these propaganda posters posted at this website. Propaganda is information (may be of a biased or misleading nature), used to promote or publicize a particular political cause or point of view.

Step 4. Choose a poster, paste it into the same Pages document, and then give a 1-line description of the poster and a 1-line description of why you chose it.

Step 5. Please do not print these documents; rather, make sure your name is typed on the top of your Pages document and then drop box using this naming protocol: WWI.YourLastName.doc.