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Creating Ten Tweets from The Trenches in World War I Paper

Imagine if we could have received tweets (similar to text messages) from the trenches giving us a play by play of what was happening on the Western Front?

For this assessment, you will create ten tweets from the trenches in World War I. Use the Ten Tweets from the Trenches to get started. As you create your tweets, be sure to put yourself in the shoes of a young soldier camped out in a trench on the Western Front. You may choose what side you wish to represent. What do you want to share with the world?

Tweets must include:

  • a minimum of 100 characters, but no more than 140 characters
  • details from the lesson that show your understanding of fighting conditions during World War I
  • accurate use of at least one of the following key terms in each tweet (ten total in your submission):

aircraft
gas
machine gun
tank
trench
submarine (or U-boat)
Zeppelin

Christmas Truce
Treaty of Brest Litovsk
self-determination
Eastern Front
Western Front
Allied Powers
Central Powers

Consider these questions as you create your tweets:

  • What nation are you fighting for?
  • Why did you decide to fight for your nation?
  • Was fighting in the war what you expected?
  • Are you able to effectively fight against your enemy? Why or why not?
  • What have you seen, heard, and smelled in the trenches?
  • What do you know about the enemy?
  • What are your goals if you make it out alive?
  • How are you passing the time?
  • What would you like to tell your family or the citizens of the nation that you are fighting for?
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