Georgias History: World War I 2014 Brain Wrinkles

Georgias History: World War I  2014 Brain Wrinkles

Georgias History: World War I 2014 Brain Wrinkles SS8H7d Standards SS8H7 The student will evaluate key political, social, and economic changes that occurred in Georgia between 1877 and 1918. d. Explain reasons for World War I and describe Georgias contributions. 2014 Brain Wrinkles Teacher Info Whos & Whats

Print off the Whos & Whats handout for each student. BEFORE the unit, have students fill in the squares with what they think each term means. AFTER the presentation, the students will write down new (factual) information about each term. Check the answers as a class. 2014 Brain Wrinkles WWI: Whos & Whats Definition: Who I think this is: Archduke Franz Ferdinand Directions: BEFORE the unit, write what you think each term means. AFTER the

presentation, you will write down new information about each term. World War I What I think happened: Definition: What I think this means: Central Powers What I think this means: Definition: Allies Definition:

What I think this is: Lusitania Who I think this is: Definition: Woodrow Wilson Definition: 2014 Brain Wrinkles Teacher Directions CLOZE Notes The next pages are handouts for the students to use for note-taking during the presentation. (Print

front to back to save paper and ink.) Check the answers as a class after the presentation. 2014 Brain Wrinkles World War I CLOZE Notes World War I World War I began in 1914 with the _____________________ of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of _____________________ . The archdukes murder caused Austria-Hungary to declare war on _____________________ . Allies Central Powers Serbia Austria-Hungary Russia _____________________

_____________________ Ottoman Empire Belgium Bulgaria _____________________ Italy Isolationism The US stayed out of the war _____________________ . President Woodrow _____________________ thought that the US should remain neutral and that _____________________ was the best option for the country. Lusitania In May 1915, a German _____________________________________ the British passenger liner Lusitania. Sinking Ships Germany continued to sink ships because they were trying to keep supplies from __________________________________________________________.

The last straw was when several _____________________ were sunk in February and March 1917. US Enters War On ______________________________________ , the United States entered the was as an ally of Great Britain and France and declared war on _____________________ . The US military drafted __________________________________ and was sending thousands to Europe every day. Nearly ____________________ served in the armed forces. The US Navy sent supplies, Marines, and _____________________ to fight the Central Powers in Europe. 2014 Brain Wrinkles World War I CLOZE Notes Georgia in WWI

Georgia contributed to the war effort in many ways. The states textile mills produced fabric that was used for _______________________________ . The increased demand for food and supplies brought prosperity to Georgias farmers as they produced food, __________________________________________________ . The value of Georgias _________________________ between 1900 and 1916making farmers more prosperous than they had been in over 60 years. Many military bases in Georgia played key roles in ___________________________________________ . _________________________ near Atlanta, was the oldest and dated back to 1889. Over _______________________________________ were treated at General Hospital No. 6 at Fort McPherson. General John Pershing ordered the opening of ______________________________________________ in 1917 to train thousands of troops.

The US War Department established a camp at Fort Oglethorpe to _________________________________________ as prisoners. WWI Ends Americas entry into the war gave the Allies the _________________________ they needed to defeat the Central Powers. In _____________________________________ , the Central Powers _____________________ to the Allies and _________________________ that ended the war. People in Georgia and across the US celebrated the allied victory and __________________________________ . They also mourned those who died the death toll is estimated to be _________________________ . Even though Georgians hoped they would never have to witness such a terrible war again, many of them did ____________________________________

2014 Brain Wrinkles World War I CLOZE Notes KEY World War I World War I began in 1914 with the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary. The archdukes murder caused Austria-Hungary to declare war on Serbia. Allies Central Powers Serbia Austria-Hungary Russia Germany France Ottoman Empire Belgium

Bulgaria Great Britain Italy Isolationism The US stayed out of the war at first. President Woodrow Wilson thought that the US should remain neutral and that isolationism was the best option for the country. Lusitania In May 1915, a German U-boat sank the British passenger liner Lusitania. Sinking Ships Germany continued to sink ships because they were trying to keep supplies from reaching Great Britain. The last straw was when several US ships were sunk in February and March 1917. US Enters War On April 6, 1917, the United States entered the was as an

ally of Great Britain and France and declared war on Germany. The US military drafted 4 million men and was sending thousands to Europe every day. Nearly 100,000 Georgians served in the armed forces. The US Navy sent supplies, Marines, and battleships to fight the Central Powers in Europe. 2014 Brain Wrinkles World War I CLOZE Notes KEY Georgia in WWI Georgia contributed to the war effort in many ways. The states textile mills produced fabric that was used for uniforms and blankets. The increased demand for food and supplies brought prosperity to Georgias farmers as they produced food,

livestock, cotton, and tobacco. The value of Georgias cotton crop tripled between 1900 and 1916making farmers more prosperous than they had been in over 60 years. Many military bases in Georgia played key roles in preparing men for war. Fort McPherson near Atlanta, was the oldest and dated back to 1889. Over 10,000 wounded soldiers were treated at General Hospital No. 6 at Fort McPherson. General John Pershing ordered the opening of Fort Benning near Columbus in 1917 to train thousands of troops. The US War Department established a camp at Fort Oglethorpe to hold German merchant sailors as prisoners. WWI Ends Americas entry into the war gave the Allies the extra

power they needed to defeat the Central Powers. In November 11, 1918, the Central Powers surrendered to the Allies and signed an armistice that ended the war. People in Georgia and across the US celebrated the allied victory and return of the soldiers. They also mourned those who died the death toll is estimated to be 10 million people. Even though Georgians hoped they would never have to witness such a terrible war again, many of them did just 20 years later 2014 Brain Wrinkles Georgias History: World War I 2014 Brain Wrinkles

SS8H7d World War I World War I began in 1914 with the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary. The murderer was a Bosnian terrorist. The archdukes murder caused AustriaHungary to declare war on Serbia. 2014 Brain Wrinkles Archduke Franz Ferdinand with his Wife, Sophie, and 3 Children 1910 2014 Brain Wrinkles Alliances

Military alliances made the conflict grow larger. Russia came to Serbias aid. Germany declared war on Russia and France. Great Britain came to the aid of France by declaring war on Germany.

The Ottoman Empire entered the war a few months later. Italy entered the war in 1915. 2014 Brain Wrinkles 2014 Brain Wrinkles Alliances Allies Serbia Russia France Belgium

Great Britain Italy 2014 Brain Wrinkles Central Powers Austria-Hungary Germany Ottoman Empire Bulgaria Isolationism The US stayed out of the war at first. President Woodrow Wilson thought that the

US should remain neutral and that isolationism was the best option for the country. However, the US did have a little involvement. US merchant ships were sending food to 2014 Brain Wrinkles U.S. President Woodrow Wilson 2014 Brain Wrinkles Lusitania

Things changed when Germany began using its submarines to sink ships in the Atlantic Ocean. In May 1915, a German U-boat sank the British passenger liner Lusitania. 1,198 people died, including 128 Americans. This angered many Americans and it went 2014 Brain Wrinkles

Lusitania 1907 2014 Brain Wrinkles Sinking Ships Germany continued to sink ships because they were trying to keep supplies from reaching Great Britain. Americans sympathized with the Allies and were concerned about the safety of US ships.

The last straw was when several US ships were sunk in February and March 1917. 2014 Brain Wrinkles German U-boat 1910 2014 Brain Wrinkles US Enters War On April 6, 1917, the United States entered the was as an ally of Great Britain and France and declared war on Germany.

The US military drafted 4 million men and was sending thousands to Europe every day. Nearly 100,000 Georgians served in the armed forces. The US Navy sent supplies, Marines, and battleships to fight the Central Powers in Europe. 2014 Brain Wrinkles Young Men in NYC

Registering for the Army 1917 2014 Brain Wrinkles 2014 Brain Wrinkles Georgia in WWI Georgia contributed to the war effort in many ways. The states textile mills produced fabric that was used for uniforms and blankets.

The increased demand for food and supplies brought prosperity to Georgias farmers as they produced food, livestock, cotton, and tobacco. The value of Georgias cotton crop tripled between 1900 and 1916making farmers more prosperous than they had been in over 60 years. 2014 Brain Wrinkles Georgia in WWI Many military bases in Georgia played key roles in preparing men for war.

Fort McPherson near Atlanta, was the oldest and dated back to 1889. Over 10,000 wounded soldiers were treated at General Hospital No. 6 at Fort McPherson. General John Pershing ordered the opening of Fort Benning near Columbus in 1917 to train thousands of troops.

The US War Department established a camp at Fort Oglethorpe to hold German merchant sailors as prisoners. 2014 Brain Wrinkles WWI Ends Americas entry into the war gave the Allies the extra power they needed to defeat the Central Powers. In 1918, American troops fought the final battles of WWI.

In November 11, 1918, the Central Powers surrendered to the Allies and signed an armistice that ended the war. 2014 Brain Wrinkles Celebrating the End of WWI 2014 Brain Wrinkles WWI Ends People in Georgia and across the US celebrated the allied victory and return of the soldiers.

They also mourned those who died the death toll is estimated to be 10 million people. Even though Georgians hoped they would never have to witness such a terrible war 2014 Brain Wrinkles Teacher Info WWI Questions Print off the WWI Questions handout for each student. They should answer the questions after discussing the presentation. Afterwards, check and share

answers as a class. *You can also use this as a quiz! 2014 Brain Wrinkles World War I Questions 1. What happened in 1914? 2. Name the Allies at the beginning of WWI: 3. Name the Central Powers: 4. Which president thought that the US should remain neutral? 5. What was the name of the British passenger liner that was sunk by German submarines? 6. Why did the US get involved in WWI? 7. How many men did the US military draft to send to Europe? 8. How did the US contribute to the Allies?

9. In what ways did Georgia contribute to the war effort? 10. What happened on November 11, 1918? 2014 Brain Wrinkles World War I Questions - KEY 1. What happened in 1914? World War I began when the archduke of Austria-Hungary was murdered. 2. Name the Allies at the beginning of WWI: Serbia, Russia, France, Great Britain, Italy, Belgium 3. Name the Central Powers: Germany, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire 4. Which president thought that the US should remain neutral? President Woodrow Wilson 5. What was the name of the British passenger liner that was sunk

by German submarines? Lusitania 6. Why did the US get involved in WWI? German submarines sunk several US ships. 7. How many men did the US military draft to send to Europe? 4 million 8. How did the US contribute to the Allies? US sent men, battleships, and supplies. 9. In what ways did Georgia contribute to the war effort? Over 100,000 Georgians enlisted, farmers grew food, cotton, tobacco, etc., forts were built to train soldiers, house prisoners, and help the wounded 10. What happened on November 11, 1918? Central Powers surrendered to the Allies. 2014 Brain Wrinkles Teacher Info A Novel Event

Have the students create a historical fiction novel based on one of the events from this lesson. They will create a title and draw an illustration of the event on the cover of the book. In the textbox, they will write a description of their book. 2014 Brain Wrinkles A Novel Event Directions: Create a historical fiction book based on one of the events from World War I. Write the title and draw a historically accurate illustration of the event on the cover. Inside the textbox, write a description of the book. Book Description: 2014 Brain Wrinkles

Teacher Info Txt Msg Sumre Inside the cellphone, the students will summarize World War I using texting language. In the textbox, they will write their summaries using complete sentences. 2014 Brain Wrinkles Txt Msg Sumre Directions: Imagine youre sending a summary of World War I to a friend via text message. Write up the summary in text messaging language, including all appropriate abbreviations and emoticons. Pretend you are directly involved in the event. In the thought-bubble, include the regular, non-text message version of the event. Date:: ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ Location:: 2014 Brain Wrinkles #: Teacher Whats In My Head Out the Door

Ticket Have students take 3-5 minutes to quickly jot down EVERYTHING that they remember about todays lessonfacts, people, dates, quick pictures, etc. Collect the papers and quickly read over them. Share a few during the next class period. 2014 Brain Wrinkles Whats in My Head? Whats in My Head?

Write down everything that you know about World War I. 2014 Brain Wrinkles Write down everything that you know about World War I. 2014 Brain Wrinkles Thank You! Thank you so much for downloading this file. I sincerely hope you find it helpful and that your students learn a lot from it! I look forward to reading your feedback in my store. If you like this file, you might want to check out some of my other products that teach social studies topics in creative, engaging, and hands-on ways. Best of luck to you this school year,

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