World War I Vocabulary. American Studies. Goals of the unit!. Describe impact did WWI have on the United States at home and abroad.Understand the technological development.LeadersGeographyTerms. Agenda. Did you complete your map?Today; WWI Terms on note cardsTomorrow, Wednesday; Chapter 11Thu
1. World War I Vocabulary Terms Chapter 11; page 368-393 Allies
American Expeditionary Force
Industrial Workers of the World
Kaiser Wilhelm League of Nations
2. World War I Vocabulary American Studies
3. Goals of the unit! Describe impact did WWI have on the United States at home and abroad.
Understand the technological development.
4. Agenda Did you complete your map?
Today; WWI Terms on note cards
Tomorrow, Wednesday; Chapter 11
Friday; Exam over map, terms and worksheet (can have 3X5 note card)
Next week; quarter final and introduce first position paper assignment
5. World War I Vocabulary Allies: Russia, France and Great Britain
American Expeditionary Force: Volunteers and National guardsman
Armistice: Cease fire
Autocrat: A ruler with unlimited power
Central Power: Germany and Austria-Hungary
Doughboy: American infantry
6. World War I Vocabulary Fourteen points: Wilson’s plan for peace
IWW: Radical labor union seeking to overthrow capitalism
Kaiser Wilhelm: Germany’s ruler
League of nations: Organization to secure peace
Liberty bonds: A plan to raise money for the war
7. World War I Vocabulary Lusitania: Passenger liner sunk by Germany
Reparations: Payment from the enemy for it’s economic injury suffered during the war
Self-Determination: Country to determine it’s own future
U-boat: Underwater boat or submarine
Versailles treaty: Peace treaty ending WWI
Zimmerman note: German telegram intercepted by the United States.