Classroom Complete Press, World Conflict Series World Wars I and II
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World wars I and II big book extensively covers the first and second world wars and find out the background and causes to each of these wars, and learn why each raged on for years.
Classroom Complete Press® "World Wars I & II" Book for 5th - 8th grades by Deborah Thompson is easier for students to understand. Workbook contains reading passages, activities and color mini posters for easy understanding.
Age group and grade: Ages 10 - 14 and grades 5th - 8th
Subject: Social studies
Our Combined resource extensively covers the first and second world wars
Includes color images and overhead transparencies
Author: Deborah Thompson
Number of pages: 90
Reading level: 3-4
Written to grade and using simplified language and vocabulary, social studies concepts are presented in a way that makes them more accessible to students and easier to understand
Discover who the major players were and how and why the U.S. entered and contributed to the wars
But by 1939, the world was at war again, dragging even more countries into conflict and causing even greater turmoil, Learn why the wars began along with reviews and strategies of the major battles
World War I was to be the "war to end all wars" due to the never-before-seen destruction it unleashed
All of our content meets the common core state standards and are written to bloom's taxonomy
Our resource can be used effectively for whole-class, small group and independent work
Comprised of reading passages, student activities and color mini posters
Find out the background and causes to each of these wars, and learn why each raged on for years
Major battles, methods and weapons of war, final outcomes and the wars' impact and significance to the world today are all explored
Our resources provide ready-to-use information and activities for remedial students in grades 5-8
Color images and overhead transparencies included
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