Day 3: Fighting
World War I Task
There is no Information Organizer
for this section. Instead, your task is to create a "scrapbook" for World War I.
- Search the Web for pictures and graphics
from World War I.
NOT use Google Image Search for
- I know...you like to use it,
because it does a lot of the work for you, and you all love shortcuts!
- The problem, is that many
of the images it returns may not actually be period-specific (actually
from World War I)
- Instead, go to actual web
sites dedicated to World War I and find the images you need for your
scrapbook. Some suggested links are below.
- Copy and paste those you choose into
- Design a cover for your
- Print your scrapbook and put
it in your folder.
- You may not use
any of the graphics or illustrations on this site!
Your scrapbook must
include at least one picture of (up to 15 pts each):
- World War I soldiers in a trench,
- an airplane from World War I,
- a submarine from World War I,
- a machine gun from World War I,
- an American poster from World
Your scrapbook could
include (up to 7 pts. each):
- photographs of famous people connected
with World War I,
- pictures of other weapons used
in the war, and/or
- other pictures that catch your
Each item on your scrapbook
must be accompanied a short paragraph (minimum 3
sentences) to explain its significance to World War I.