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World War One Word Wall Vocabulary

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13 pages (PDF)|Suitable for Grades: 2 - Lower - 2 - Upper

A set of World War One related vocabulary word wall cards.

Print out these World War One Word Wall Vocabulary cards and cut them along the line. Stick them up around your room to immerse your students in the content specific vocabulary.

There is a blank sheet provided at the end for any extra words that your students may want to add.

Words include: nationalism, militarism, propaganda, contraband, u-boat, victory garden, espionage, draft, convoy, trench warfare, stalemate, armistice, self-determination, reparation, cost of living, general strike, red scare, deport, allies, central powers, neutral, treaty, treaty of Versailles, league of nations, fourteen points, Lusitania, Franz Ferdinand, Woodrow Wilson, ANZAC, digger

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World War One Vocabulary

nationalism militarism propaganda
contraband u-boat victory garden
espionage draft convoy
trench warfare stalemate armistice
self-determination reparation cost of living
general strike red scare deport
allies central powers neutral
treaty treaty of Versailles league of nations
fourteen points Lusitania Franz Ferdinand
Woodrow Wilson ANZAC digger
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