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World History II

Unit Seven: World War I


Homework Sheet #11
D/E Block
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
22 23 24 25 26
Japanese Causes of WWI Causes of WWI & No Class Western Front
Imperialism HW#9 Due Alliances & Technology
HW#10 Due HW#11 Due

1 2 3 4 5
Eastern Front Total War and US Involvement ½ Day Armenian
HW#12 Propaganda HW#14 CBHF Genocide
HW#13 HW#15
8 9 10 11 12
Treaty of Review Unit Seven Test No Class
Versailles
HW#16

H Block
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
22 23 24 25 26
No Class Japanese Causes of WWI ½ Day: CBHF Western Front
Imperialism HW#9 Due Causes of WWI & & Technology
Alliances HW#11 Due
HW#10 Due
1 2 3 4 5
No Class Eastern Front Total War and US Involvement Armenian
HW#12 Propaganda HW#14 Genocide
HW#13 HW#15
8 9 10 11 12
No Class Treaty of Review Unit Seven Test
Versailles
HW#16

HW#9
Read pages 155-161 in “Chapter 6: The Great Departure.” As you read annotate, meaning take notes in
the margins, underline key words, concepts.
Answer the questions:
1. How was the 20th century different than the 19th century?
2. What role did nitrates, gunpowder, and fertilizer play in causing World War I?
3. According to the reading, what were the causes of World War I?

HW #10
Read section 29.1 and answer the following questions:
1. Define: a. militarism b. Triple Alliance c. Kaiser Wilhelm II d. Triple Entente
2. Why were the Balkans known as the “powder keg” of Europe? How did nationalism act as a
“bomb”?
3. What alliance systems formed on the eve of World War I? Who were the members of each
alliance system? Why?
4. Create a timeline of the major events that led to the outbreak of World War I.
World History II
Unit Seven: World War I
Homework Sheet #11

HW #11
Homework: 1. Read section pages 747-750 (29.2) and answer the following questions:
a. What is the Schlieffen Plan? Why is speed so important to the Schlieffen Plan?
b. Who made up the Allied countries? Who made up the Central Powers? Why?
c. What was war like on the Western Front?
2. Read handout. “Horrors of War” and answer the questions.
HW#12: Read pages 750-752 and answer the following questions:
1. What was the Eastern Front?
2. How was fighting on the Eastern Front different from fighting on the Western Front?
How was it the same?
3. Why was Russia’s involvement in the war so important to the other allies?
4. What new technologies developed during World War I?
5. What role did World War I play in the advancement of aviation technology?

HW#13: Read pages 753-756 and answer the following questions:


1. Explain the significance of the following terms: a) unrestricted submarine war fare,
b) total war, c) rationing, d) propaganda
2. How did World War I become a global conflict? Outside of Europe, where was
World War I fought?
3. How did Europe’s colonial subjects help in the war effort?
4. How did unrestricted submarine warfare and the Zimmerman note push the United
States into war?
5. How did the governments of the warring nations fight a total war?

HW#14: Read “The Lusitania” handout and answer the questions.

HW#15: Read handout on the “Armenian Genocide.” Answer the questions.

HW#16: Read pages 756-757 and 760-763.


1. Identify: a) Woodrow Wilson, b) Georges Clemenceau, c) David Lloyd George, d)
Fourteen Points, e) self-determination
2. How did the United States involvement in the war shift the balance of war?
3. How did Russia’s withdrawal from the war influence the outcome of the war?
4. What is an armistice? How did it end World War I?
5. What were the issues to be settled at the Paris Peace Conference?
6. What were Woodrow Wilson’s goals for the post war world? How did his goals
differ from those of other Allied leader?
7. What was the Treaty of Versailles? List the major provisions.