Attempt this social and co-operative trivia game to see how much you have learned in this unit.
Bringing Him Back to Life (2.1 & 2.2)
This assessment requires students to plan and carry out an historical inquiry based on the evidence in our local community of men who served and died in World War I. Students are required to communicate an understanding of historical ideas through the presentation of an obituary for one of the men covered in the historical enquiry.
2.5 (90469) - What Historical Forces Were Operating In WWI?
First World Warhttp://www.firstworldwar.com/ A very comprehensive WWI site. Easy to use. Various special feature articles, personality profiles, good clear explanations of events, actions, and reactions. Excellent collection of primary documents.
Trenches on the Webhttp://www.worldwar1.com/ Another comprehensive, easy to use site. Great visuals and linking to related articles. Good personality profiles, great photographs and artwork.
World War 1http://www.teacheroz.com/wwi.htm A comprehensive site designed for linking to the information you require. Covers everything from the causes of war, to weapons used, statistics, soldier's memoirs and diaries, art and propaganda, etc.
WW http://wwi.lib.byu.edu/index.php/Main_Page I A great site for a variety of pre and post-1914 documents. An excellent selection, easy to use.
World War One Excellent interactive site for WWI movies and visuals. Great map of the war on the Western Front, panorama of Life in the Trenches, and film bites on many aspects of WWI from recruitment to gas attacks.
The Great Warhttp://www.pbs.org/greatwar/ Good site for various lectures on WWI. Good interactive timeline and map show.
History Revision Site with lots of excellent links and activities http://www.johndclare.net/