All Quiet on the Western Front A series of interesting lessons and assignments from teachers and students at A Way to Teach. You must register to receive the complete lessons.
All Quiet on the Western Front Cyberguide The Schools of California Online Resources for Educators (SCORE) project is a great resource for teachers and students alike, though unfortunately its funding was cut in 2008. For this unit students research Erich Maria Remarque, create a timeline, develop propaganda, and write a letter and postcard, and create a journey.
BBC History: World War I Movies - The Human Experience This BBC multimedia production involves contemporary photographs, dramatised diary readings and interviews with veterans exploring key themes of World War One. Each chapter may take a couple of minutes to download the first time you view it, so please be patient.
The Great War This interactive UK National Archives Learning Curve presentation provides seven different investigations that will tell the story of the Great War - the First World War, 1914-18. The sources in these investigations have been chosen to highlight the role of important events, or communications from individuals that were key to the war.
Life in the Trenches - YouTube Video
Encyclopaedia of the First World War The Spartacus encyclopaedia contains the following sections: Chronology, Outbreak of War, Countries, Allied Armed Forces, Important Battles, Technology, Political Leaders, British Home Front, Military Leaders, Life in the Trenches, Trench System, Trench War, Soldiers, War Heroes, Medals, War at Sea, War in the Air, Pilots, Aircraft, War Artists, Cartoonists and Illustrators, War Poets, Journalists, Newspapers and Journals, Novelists, Women at War, Women's Organisations, Weapons and Machines, Inventors and the War, Theatres of War, and War Statistics
The Great War Society 1914-1918 A site for students and researchers that features numerous links to WWI topics
World War I: A Soldiers Record - What Can You Tell? This snapshot focuses on a Scottish World War I soldier, Donald Campbell. The main task requires pupils to decide whether he was a 'good solider'. This snapshot does not give a broad history of World War I; instead, it personalizes the conflict by helping pupils find out what happened to one solider.
BBC History: Western Front Animation Pinpoint key locations along the Western Front, watch the general movements of both sides and view the battles of Ypres, Verdun and the Somme in more detail.
Art of the First World War This site features 100 paintings from international collection to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the conflict. Visitors can examine the exhibit thematically re artillery, battlefield, suffering, etc.