Middle & High
digital escape room
Students will be able to use what they learned about WW1 through problem solving and critical thinking.
Students will use digital tools to crack codes, solve puzzles, and have fun solving the mysteries while applying what they've learned.
Virtual or F2F
Project time will vary
Students will learn the importance of having a Civilized Debate
through video, discussion, and participating in a debate
Students will apply what they have learned by creating a persuasive media post that convinces others to their point of view
Depends on age
Students will do a scavenger hunt to find places on a map and answer questions about them.
Students will use digital literacy skills by using the Google Earth App to build a project about the world.
Students will follow directions to find objects in the Museum of Natural History's Virtual Museum.
There are various levels to differentiate for your students.
digital or print
Students will apply what they have learned about map skills, latitude and longitude, and creating a model.
Students will plan and create a model of a fictional island that would like to live on.
Students will be able to use what they have learned about which countries took which side during WW1.
Students will use digital skills to correctly label a map of 1914 Europe and show the Central and Allied Powers
Students will be able to use the acronym MANIA to show what they have learned about the major causes of WW1