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Weeksheet: February 8th - 10th Name/Hour:____________________

Make sure that you attach any notes, outside question sets, homework, assignments, tests, quizzes, or other weekly documents each Friday.
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MONDAY (Work on prior weeksheet DUE February 8th)
TUESDAY
LECTURE NOTES ON THE TREATY OF VERSAILLES

Reading notes on “Woodrow Wilson's 14 Points”


1. Read and Copy the summary for all 14 points: 2. When did Woodrow Wilson tell congress about his 14
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3. What event do you think inspired wilson to write the
4. - “second point?

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4. What does “militarism” have to do with the “fourth
7. - point?”

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5. What is “self determination?”
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12.- 6. Did Wilson accomplish his “fourteenth point?” How do


you know?
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WEDNESDAY (review day)
A New Kind of War: People:
Machine Guns Kaiser Wilhelm

Heavy Artillary (Big Beartha) Woodrow Wilson

Flame Throwers Jeanette Rankin

Gas Siegfried Sassoon (and his poem)

Trench Warfare Elsie Janis

Airplanes Douglas Fairbanks

Submarines Wooblies

Life At Home: IDEAS/GROUPS/GOVERNMENT:


Womens' Rights and Role Liberty Bonds

Racial Relations (Great Migration and the War Industries Board


argument
between Du Bois and Trotter) Food Administration

Attacks at Home Fuel Administration

Immigrants Role Selective Service System (draft)

Espionage Act League of Nations

Sedition Act Versailles Treaty

Schenck v. United States Propaganda (Knowledge of classroom Posters)

THURSDAY (Exam over WWI)


Each student will be able to:
1. WWI – Explain the causes of World War I, the reasons for American neutrality and eventual entry into the war, and
America’s role in shaping the course of the war.

2. Domestic Impact of WWI – Analyze the domestic impact of WWI on the growth of the government, the expansion
of the economy, the restrictions on civil liberties and the expansion of women’s suffrage.

3. Wilson and His Opponents – Explain how Wilson’s “Fourteen Points” differed from proposals by others, including
French and British leaders and domestic opponents, in the debate over the Versailles Treaty, United States
participation in the League of Nations, the redrawing of European political boundaries, and the resulting geopolitical
tensions that continued to affect Europe.
FRIDAY (NO SCHOOL)