The Historiana team is pleased to announce that 4 new learning activities on the World War 1 have been launched!
The teachers will find in each of them different exercises to teach the World War 1 to the students tackling the following issues: how to use post card to teach an event; how propaganda works; recruitment during the War; the causation of the WW 1.
The Historiana team has created learning activities in order to teach WW1 in an interactive and innovating way using a wide range of sources such as posters, postcards, interviews or pictures from important Historical National Collections.
You can find them on the Historiana website.
Enjoy the teaching!
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