History Game Show: World War 2 Overview
In this ONE time class students will learn about World War 2 as a whole and test their knowledge against each other in a fun Game Show format #academic
US Grade 4 - 7
In this class, learners will compete against each other answering questions about World War 2 in the Pacific, Europe and North Africa. Whoever answers the most questions correctly wins! No prior knowledge of World War 2 is required. To make things fair learners will receive a document that contains all the answers prior to class. They should study it before coming to class, and it is requested that they not have it nearby during class, but try to answer the questions on their own from...
Students will be able to answer questions about World War 2
I'm a huge history buff. I love learning about history and doing research about different time periods. World War 2 is an important part of my family history. Several of my Great Uncles served in the US Army, (one fought with Patton) my Grandfather served as a Merchant Marine, and both of my Grandparents on the other side lived in the Netherlands during the war and my Grandfather was part of the Dutch Underground. Growing up I heard them tell stories about the war and I always wanted to hear more. They all had fascinating stories to tell. (Ask me in class to tell you some!)
Homework OfferedBefore class students will receive a document containing all the information covered in class. They are strongly encouraged to read over it before coming to class.
1 - 2 hours per week outside of class
1 file available upon enrollmentA three page document will be provided before class with from which all questions will be taken. Learners should review this document before coming to class, but are asked to leave it alone during class.
This class covers World War 2, the bloodiest war in History, including the dropping of the first atomic bomb and the after affects as well as other deaths during the war. The material will be presented in an age appropriate manner, and if learners pose any questions about the topic they will be answered sensitively and age appropriately while as accurately as possible and age appropriately. If parents have any concerns they should contact the teacher.
"Reader's Digest Illustrated Story of World War 2", with articles written by Winston Churchill, Edward R. Murrow, Bernard Montgomery, General Marshall and many others who lived through the events. "American History Review Text" by Irving L. Gordon "A History of the American People" by Paul Johnson "33 Questions about American History You're not supposed to Ask" by Thomas E. Woods Jr "The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History" by Thomas E. Woods Jr
Meet the teacher
I am a former Home School student who has never stopped learning! I love history and telling stories verbally and through writing, and I want to share that passion with others. I believe the statement is true: “Those who don’t learn from History...
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Completed by 19 learners
Live video meetings
3-6 learners per class