World War II General Resources WWII Web Sites Encyclopedia of the Second World War The Second World War is a Spartacus Educational website and enables one to research individual people and events of the war in detail. The sources are “hypertexted” so that the visitor can research the newspaper, organization, etc., that produced the source. There are several subsections including those on: Background to the War; Nazi Germany, Chronology of the War, Political Leaders, European Diplomacy, Major Offensives, British Military Leaders, USA Military Leaders, German Military Leaders, Japanese Military Leaders, The Armed Forces, The Air War, The Resistance, Scientists & Inventors, War at Sea, Resistance in Nazi Germany, The Holocaust, War Artists, Weapons and New Technology. HyperWar: World War II Hyper War is a “hypertext” history of the second World War and features diplomatic and political documents. World War II Sites This site serves as a gateway to World War II sites appropriate for students and teachers. U.S.
World War II Photos General Douglas MacArthur wades ashore during initial landings at Leyte, P.I., October, 1944. Cropped from Select List number 150. The Second World War was documented on a huge scale by thousands of photographers and artists who created millions of pictures. American military photographers representing all of the armed services covered the battlefronts around the world. The pictures described in this list are from the holdings of the Still Picture Branch (NNSP) of the National Archives and Records Administration. Pictures are listed by subject and campaign. At the end of this leaflet there are instructions for ordering complete sets of slides from this and other Select Audiovisual Records lists. Jonathan Heller researched, selected, and arranged the items for this list and wrote these introductory remarks. Contents: How to Order Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. The Home Front 7. ". . . we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain . . . 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.
Setting the Tone: Introducing Students to World War II Any day 1 lesson—regardless of the topic—should align with and introduce goals, objectives, and essential questions for a larger unit of study. Using a backwards design approach to developing curriculum, creating individual lesson plans comes after you have determined what you want students to know and be able to do throughout the unit. A good day 1, therefore, necessitates a significant amount of planning beyond the opening activities. Some sample objectives and questions for a unit of study on World War II might include: Why, after the costs of World War I, did nations choose to fight another World War? Why were the civilian costs of World War II so much higher than World War I? [. . .] creating individual lesson plans comes after you have determined what you want students to know and be able to do throughout the unit [. . .] You could also focus an opening lesson on investigating the origins of the war. Another approach is to begin by considering the significance of the war.
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Teaching Ideas and Resources: Read the first paragraph where Christopher discovers the dead dog. Can you complete the story from that point? The book is a murder mystery novel. Find out other stories in this genre... Are there authors who write lots of murder mysteries? Why is the numbering system for each chapter unusual? Christopher likes to visualise and make plans of places. Christopher has Asperger's, a form of autism.
World War II: Home Front World War II, or "The Good War" as it has often been called, ushered in new opportunity, new prosperity, and an entirely new lifestyle for many Americans. Wartime mobilization pulled the American economy out of depression by employing millions and invigorating the nation as a whole. "The Good War," however, didn't provide the remedy for many social problems, and in some cases rapid population movement, concern over national security, and wartime rhetoric only exacerbated racial, ethnic, and class-based tensions at home. Another world war... and so soon after the first! Can you imagine how this may have struck the many Americans who had lived through World War I and who were trying desperately to pull themselves out of economic turmoil when the Second World War broke out in Europe? Let's recap: the declaration of war in 1917 came only after careful deliberation and debate—lots of it—between President Woodrow Wilson and many vocal government officials.
World War 2 History TopicBox.net - free teacher resources for every UK primary school teaching topic Delve into memories of world war two, evacuation, the home front, rationing, the war leaders. There's even support for a History or Literacy topic on Anne Frank's diary. 303 Squadron WW2 RAF games A great WW2 history where players can train to be a pilot in the Squadron 303 in… View now Animals in War Time Text, photos and video clips of the roles animals play in wartime. View now Anne Frank quiz A simple quiz, ideal for upper KS2… View now Audio tracks - speeches Hitler, Churchill and Chamberlain are mentioned here. View now BBC Sound Clips Astonishing sound archive that covers everything from Churchill and Chamberlain,… View now Blitz damage photo gallery Excellent collection of photos of the Blitz. View now Britain at war Suitable text for children and lots of useful images on a range of war-based top… View now Children of World War 2 A great site with plenty of artefacts to investigate. View now Evacuation game Choose what you would pack in a suitcase using this drag and drop activity. View now View now
History - World War II Teaching Ideas World War II: World War 2 Day Ideas - A huge collection of ideas to try for a World War 2 Day at school. Blitz Crossword - Solve the clues to complete this crossword. Contributed by Darren Birchall. World War II Wordsearch - A wordsearch with lots of vocabulary linked to WWII. Contributed by Darren Birchall. <A HREF=" Remembrance: Remembrance Display - Make your own remembrance display to remember people we have lost.
Primary History - World War 2 People At War - Teaching Resources The People at War website was trialled in four schools, you can view available feedback from students and teachers here Contents 1. Ways to use this site 3. 1. Above all, use this site in a way which works for you, your students and your school. - to teach World War Two. - to do a comparative study of the impact of WW2 on two major cities – Hartlepool and Swansea, in different parts of the country. - as the basis for your own local study. - as a way to encourage pupils to really interrogate evidence, and to begin to draw conclusions from this. - as a way to build up your own set of resources for teaching about World War Two. - to make learning more active. - to be fun! Curriculum Topics What’s the story? History Key Stage 2 – Britain since 1930 A study of the impact of the Second World War or on the lives of men, women and children from different sections of society. (11b) Equipment To make best use of this site in your classroom you will need: Objective Time Required One full lesson Swansea
For Teachers: Lesson Plans and Classroom Resources The National WWII Museum is dedicated to providing materials you can use in your classroom to teach about the war. We offer free, primary-source driven lesson plans, image galleries, and other resources to make teaching WWII easier for you and more interactive for your students. The National WWII Museum is dedicated to providing materials you can use in your classroom to teach about the war. We offer free, primary-source driven lesson plans, image galleries, and other resources to make teaching WWII easier for you and more interactive for your students.
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