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Teaching World War I & Art

World War I & Art

The generation of Americans that came of age during the war is known as the “Lost Generation.” Some took the title to refer to the many young men who were missing from the generation because they had died on the battlefield. For most, though, the term “Lost Generation” implied that the young people who had come of age during the war were disillusioned and aimless.

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ESSENTIAL QUESTION:

How did art reflect broader social issues during the era of the Great War?
STANDARDS:
RH.1 - Meaning & Evidence, RH.7 - Visual Information, RI.4 - Key Terms & Tone

DEPTH OF KNOWLEDGE (DOK) LEVELS:

2,3,4
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