This resource begins with the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand and ends with the Treaties of Versailles and Sevres. In this World War I activity, the teacher scatters and hides 32 event cards around the room. Students use QR readers to find the dates of the events and record the information on a handout. Then, students place the events in the correct chronological order on a timeline.
No QR readers? No problem! A non-QR version is also included!
Note: The QR codes were designed for students to use a QR code reader app to reveal the event’s date. If students do not have a QR code reader app, they may use the camera on their device. However, the camera reads the QR code differently. It assumes they want an Internet search for the date (there is no way to control what sites the device pulls into the search). So, if students want to use their camera, they will need to first put their device in airplane mode or turn off the WiFi connection.
-Clear teacher instructions (3 pages)
-Color version with QR codes sized 8.5 x 11 inches (32 pages, uneditable PDF)
-Color version with no QR codes sized 8.5 x 11 inches (64 pages, uneditable PDF)
-Greyscale version with QR codes sized 8.5 x 11 inches (32 pages, uneditable PDF)
-Greyscale version with no QR codes sized 8.5 x 11 inches (64 pages, uneditable PDF)
-QR Code and no QR Code versions with 4 events per 8.5 x 11 inch page (8 pages, uneditable PDF)
-Student handout and key (2 pages plus key, uneditable PDF)
-Timeline for student to complete and key (2 pages plus key, uneditable PDF)
***This resource is included in the following larger bundles:***
* World War I (World War 1) Bundle
* U.S. History 1877 to Present Bundle
* U.S. History Mega Bundle: Exploration to Present
* Age of Discovery through Modern Times Bundle (World History)
* World History Mega Bundle
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