The Great War and Modern Memory Fun Activities

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Letter home

During the Great War, there was censorship. Soldiers felt the news was not really being told. Students will write a letter home as a soldier in the war to describe how they really felt about what was going on.

Theater

Students will study and act out the Canadian Crucifixion mentioned in "Myth, Ritual, and Romance."

Poetry

Students will write a poem, in any style, about life in the trenches as a soldier during the Great War.

Collage

Students will create a collage based on the topics of the sky, sunrise, and sunset. The collage should have war connections to the sky, sunrise, and sunset. It should express images associated with battle.

Newspaper article

The students become a journalist for the war. Students will write a newspaper article about the battle at Somme, comparing the military commanders Haig and Plumer. How are their leadership and thinking styles...

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