LO: To identify the long term causes of World War One (the ‘Great War’)
Causation: What caused Algernon’s freedom? Algernon the toad lived in a zoo, but he had long dreamed of freedom. His keeper was a man named Frank. Frank had not had a good month. Firstly, his old neighbours had moved out, and some new people had moved in. He missed his friends. The new neighbours played loud music every night of the week, and had cut down his favourite hedge carved like a toad, and he hadn’t had a good nights sleep in ages! In was perhaps because of this that on Monday night, after eating a banana, Frank dropped the skin not in the bin, but on the floor, before heading for home. All of this meant that when Frank turned up on Tuesday morning, yawning his way into the room, he slipped on the banana skin, slid across the floor, banged into the table and knocked Algernon’s cage onto the floor, where the lid sprang open. “At last!” Algernon thought “freedom!” and he hopped into the sunlight and had many strange and wonderful adventures.
What did the map of Europe look like in 1914 (before war broke out)?
Complete the key. Match the names of the countries to the right number. 1
Italy, Turkey, Russia, Germany, Great Britain, Portugal, France, Serbia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Netherlands, Romania, Spain, Austria-Hungary
My log on:
This is independent learning and needs to be completed in your own time. Due in 12th December. 5 tasks.