This high school unit contains five lessons on World War I. Start with the prelude to the war and cover the entrance of the United States into the war. Students will read primary sources to understand the events of the time. Links to useful websites facilitate this for the teacher. The last lesson deals with the outcomes of the war for the U.S.
US.5.2 Cite evidence that links domestic events and foreign policies of the 1960s and 1970s to escalating Cold War tensions. US.5.5 Explain how the leaders’ personalities, events, and policies of the 1980s combined to bring about an end to the Cold War Monday Feb. 04: Activities: Bell work. How the Russian Revolution Changed the World.