Interactive and engaging History lesson plans
There are two ways you can use this simulation.
A. You can do it as a class by naming a couple students as generals and showing it on a projector.
B. In a 1 to 1 laptop or computer lab situation:
1. Divide students into groups of two.
2. Provide The Western Front Map and Battle Calculator for every group
1. Allow students to feel the frustration and futility of offensives on the Western Front.
2. Show students why the Western Front became a “stalemate”.
List of Materials Included:
1. Teacher Instructions
2. Student Instructions
3. Western Front Map
4. Battle Calculator
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"Trench Warfare", "No Man's Land" these may seem like boring vocabulary words to most students, but they'll mean something more to your students as they face the daunting task of trying to brake the stalemate on the Western Front. Students will problem solve and strategize as to how to break through each others lines. In the end, they'll realize that the Western Front punished the side on the offensive. Sending waves of men into blistering machine gun fire was pure insanity.
Trench Warfare Simulation Game