Global Citizenship has become a popular concept lately, this is due to the fundamentals of sustainable development. The issue around global citizenship is correlated with the Idea of international Relations. Where did it all begun? In 1914 the world went to the Battle field and after 1918 all most the whole world was a new place with new ideologies. The feudalists have turned to democracy and capitalism, dictatorships emerged, innovations changed the ways of the people and many more changes.
In this Lesson we are going to learn more about the, causes, course and results of the First World War
The causes of the First World War
The MAIN causes of the World War One
The Course of World War One.
- The Western and Eastern Battlefields
- The Stalemate.
- War at Sea
- War in the Air
- The Gallipoli Campaign
The Results of World War One.
- Destruction of property and human lives.
- Weimer Republic
- Treaty of Versailles.
- Formation of the League of Nations
Describe the causes of The First World War of 1914-1918.
Identify and describe one cause. 1-2 Marks
Identify and describe two causes. 3-4 Marks
Identify and describe three or more causes. 5 Marks
Explain the reason for a stalemate in the Western Front.
Explaining one reason. 1-3 Marks
Explaining two reasons. 3-5 Marks
Explaining three or more reasons. 6-8 Marks
Discuss the importance of United States of America's entrance into the war.
Identify or describe one incident. 1-2 Marks
One sided explanation 3-4 Marks
Explain both sides 4-8 Marks
Explain both sides and own evaluation 9-12 Marks
The webquest was prepared to help learners learn about the events that took place in the world history. These past events are our laboratory of human experiences. Their impact on international relations and our daily lives and why we have regional and international organisations and their impact on gorvenment's policy making bodies.