A League for Peace.

The new decade found a world craving for peace, willing for peace to come and stay after the horrors of WW1. 

In Wilson’s own words “I can predict with absolute certainty that within another generation there will be another world war if the nations of the world do not concert the method by which to prevent it.”

This is what countries expected the League to do. The coming classes you will be analysing the aims of the League, the decisions she took and the work she underwent in order to assess the degree of her success.

You are now faced with a number of challenges, on the one hand a new topic and on the other hand the challenge of working cooperatively for your group and your own personal benefit.

Let’s take it step by step.

To start, work on a notetaking activity on some intoductory videos on the League of Nations.

Enjoy your Spring break and we’ll keep working when we get back! 🙂

Welcome back!!! 

Today we start working on a set of activities to better understand the work of the League of Nations, its success and failure during the 1920s.

Be ready to use your books when necessary to look up information you may need as well as your computers. Remember these activities will be done in your groups (Grupos Base) and it’s really IMPORTANT that you do the activities in order.

Here are some webpages you may use to help you:

https://www.johndclare.net/

https://www.bbc.com/bitesize/guides/z98xj6f/revision/1

https://www.mrallsophistory.com/revision/the-league-of-nations-in-the-1920s.html

http://www.gcsehistory.org.uk/modernworld/interwarperiod/index.htm

At some point, you could divide the activities with the members of your group if you want to.

If you have questions, do not hesitate to ask the people in your group first, your classmates in another group and eventually ME! 🙂

As you complete your activities, share them in a doc with your group members and with me.

Ready, steady, GO!!! 

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