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OBJECTIVESCRITERIA OF ASSESSMENT
CRITERION A: KNOWING AND
- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of
subject-specific content and concepts through
descriptions, explanations and examples
CRITERION C: COMMUNICATING
- Communicate information and ideas using an
appropriate style for the audience and purpose
- Negotiate ideas and knowledge with peers and
- Make inferences and draw conclusions
- Make effective summary notes for studying
- Manage and resolve conflict and work
collaboratively in teams
- Build consensus
- Create original works and ideas
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Read p.27. Make a web
explaining why Britain
went to war (no more than
2 sentences per arrow).
Add a #hashtag to each
reason with a key word
that will help you
remember it. Show it to
Barby to get code #2.
Look at source I
on page 27.
explain what the
message of the
source is. Show
it to Barby to get
Make a chart with 2 columns and
6 rows. The heading of column 1
should be "What the Schlieffen
plan assumed" and column 2
"Why the Schlieffen plan failed".
The left side column should have
- Belgium wouldn't resist
- The British wouldn't join the
war or would do so late
- The Russians would be slow to
- The German armies would
- The French armies would
Complete the right side column
with info from page 35
Choose either option 1 or 2 and write a short
1) Imagine you are a German general. Write a
brief account for your superiors back home
explaining why the British Expeditionary Force
(BEF) ruined your plans. Use page 33.
2) Imagine you are a German soldier invading
France through Belgium. Describe your reaction
to the quick arrival of the BEF and the
implications this will have for your plan.
5. The first paragraph on page 34
ends with "Their armies (BEF and
French) were reinforced with
every available soldier from Paris,
transported by taxis or buses."
Imagine you're a member of the
French government. Design a
poster that will help the soldiers
persuade the taxi and bus drivers
to abandon their usual route and
take them to the front to fight.
Appeal to their sense of
nationalism and their hatred of