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World War II Voice Threads
World War II Voice Threads - Assignments and Helpful Information
Notes on World War II
Prelude to World War II
America and World War II
requirements and tips:
Include a title slide with topic and group members names (you might create this in paint, power point, or another web program)
10 slides/pictures, not including title
All group members must comment/explain information about each slide - both comment and voice
Give "little known" information or "did you know?" facts on each slide
You must use both the voice option and the written comment option for every slide
The more information about each slide, the better your grade!
Each slide is worth 20 points. To receive full credit, you must do all of the things mentioned above! Extra slides that are REALLY good might earn you extra credit.
Embed your thread when you finish (due date: Friday, February 6th) - Put it here -
2009 WWII VoiceThreads
Sample Threads to watch:
Ellis Island Voice Thread
(Last year's history class serves as immigration officials at Ellis Island)
Colby, Dylan G, Andrew O; Mussolini, Stalin, Hitler; p. 709-710
Kelvin, Josh, Mikel; Neutrality; Appeasement; p.711-715
Cody P, Andrew W; War Begins; Battle of Britain; p. 716-717
Dylan S, Dani; Holocaust; Final solution; p. 719-724
Dustin, Joe; FDR Supports England; Isolationist debate; Edging Toward War; p. 725-728
orey, Blake, Muzzey; Japan Attacks; p. 728-730
Matt, Shelby K; Converting Economy; Industry Gets Job Done; p. 736-738
Morgan, Alex; Building an Army; p. 739-741
Mayce, Kyle; Holding the Line Against Japan; p. 742-745
Hunter H, Kristina; Turning Back the German Army; p. 745-747
David, Mason; Women/Minorities Gain; Nation on Move; p. 745-753
Tiphini, Hunter A; Daily Life in Wartime America; 753-754
Hunter S, Robby H; Striking Back at the Third Reich; p. 755-757
Taylor, Logan; Landing in France; p.757-758
Shelby G, Alan R; Driving the Japanese Back; 759-761
Brant, Anna; Third Reich Collapses; 764-766
Alan G, Stacey; Japan is Defeated; p. 767-770
Lauren, Chelsi; United Nations; p. 771
is a site that allows you to upload pictures and documents. You can also put comments on the side. Using your voice, you can explain what someone is viewing in the picture.
Ideas for Using Voicethread
Taken pictures of class activities? Have
students tell what they have learned
Has your class been on a field trip? Use the pictures to create a
virtual field trip
Book Reviews and Recommendations
Add words to your
Give students a
and have them put their final product on Voicethread.
directory of your faculty
for your school website.
to create meaningful history project.
Display written work
and have students read it.
. These young students told a new ending to a nursery rhyme.
of your wikispace or webpage.
Learn about Voicethread
through the official website.
How do I...
create an account for educators (allows unlimited number of voicethreads)
upload a picture
upload multiple pictures
upload a Microsoft Word document
upload a PowerPoint presentation
add voice using a microphone
add voice using a phone
title my voicethread
write a description
make my account public or private
embed it into my wiki
help on how to format text
Turn off "Getting Started"