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america s involvement in ww i

America’s Involvement in WW I

Created by Susan Stenzel

Los Angeles Unified School District

Gardena High School

america s involvement in wwi susan stenzel gardena high school
America’s Involvement in WWISusan Stenzel, Gardena High School
  • At Gardena High where I teach World History, I presented a lesson for my 10th grade class. The standard addressed was, World History, Culture and Geography: the Modern World.
    • 10.5 Students analyze the causes and the course of WWI.
    • a) Understand the nature of the war and its human costs (military and civilian) on all sides of the conflict.
  • Website: http://ctap295.ctaponline.org/~sstenzel/
  • E-mail: [email protected]
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America’s Involvement in WWISusan Stenzel, Gardena High School
  • EXPECTATIONS
    • Learn how to integrate my curriculum with technology
    • Learn how to use technology to motivate my students
    • Create a lesson plan that other educators can use with ease.
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America’s Involvement in WWISusan Stenzel, Gardena High School
  • SKILLS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
    • Created various links for my web lesson
    • Imported graphics
    • Completed web quests on primary sources
    • Designed a student survey using Excel
    • Downloaded and uploaded Internet files
    • Created a Power Point presentation
successes
Successes
  • Students enjoyed utilizing the Internet in their lesson
  • Students were able to better understand the nature of war and its human costs
  • Students demonstrated knowledge of the subject
  • The lesson was connected to the California State Standards
shortcomings
Shortcomings
  • Technology was limited on our campus
  • Not all students had knowledge of Internet practices
  • The material was too gruesome for some students
  • Information from some Internet sites was difficult to read
  • Some students gained only limited knowledge
revisions
FINDINGS

Students had very little knowledge of WWI prior to the lesson

Most students did not have Internet access at home

ADAPTATIONS

Printed copies of the Internet resource material

A summary of the difficult text

REVISIONS
concluding statement

Concluding Statement

I thoroughly enjoyed researching, developing and designing this web based lesson plan. I feel teachers need to be technology savvy to enhance their lesson plans. Technology is education’s future.

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