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Why Enlist - Propaganda in WW1

Why Enlist - Propaganda in WW1

Lesson that introduces pupils to the concept of propaganda, pupils complete a carousel in which they analyse posters and how they would make them feel. They evaluate how likely they would have been to join the army and then analyse how useful a fictional soldiers account of why he joined the army is (preparation for GCSE edexcel how useful question).
ellie_ryl
Edexcel GCSE Nature of Warfare 1250-1500 Medieval

Edexcel GCSE Nature of Warfare 1250-1500 Medieval

A lesson intended for Edexcel GCSE History- Warfare through time. The second lesson to a series of lessons looking at medieval warfare 1250-1500. The lesson/powerpoint looks at change and continuity throughout this period in terms of the nature of warfare, brief introduction to key wars, various factors that had impact on warfare at the time, mounted knights, gunpowder etc. The lesson leads into a 16 mark “How far do you agree” practice exam question, with guidance for students on planing and answering the question. Two activities also included in this bundle which are a starter and plenary task, other resources can be copied/adapted from the powerpoint slides.
ClaireLouise86
Was Magna Carta significant?

Was Magna Carta significant?

A lesson based around the key question: Was Magna Carta significant. Includes a historical interpretation, living graph of the Magna Carta through time and a developed comprehension question. Includes differentiated resources and is fully resourced.
MrHistories
Women in Nazi Germany

Women in Nazi Germany

Designed for the AQA GCSE on Democracy and Dictatorship with a focus on Nazi Germany. Video and card sort based activities with exam question discussion at the end.
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Card Sort: How did Hitler become Chancellor in 1933?

Card Sort: How did Hitler become Chancellor in 1933?

This outstanding resource has been designed for students studying the new GCSE syllabus on Weimar Germany 1918 - 1933. It focuses on the key reasons why Hitler became Chancellor in 1933. It can be used as a starter, consolidation exercise, plenary or even a homework activity. This activity is designed to appeal to students of all abilities and has a stretch and challenge question at the end which can be used either as a discussion point or as the focus for a written task. When you purchase this resource it includes a fully editable two page Microsoft Word document with a learning aim and three activities. It also includes eight heading cards labeled propaganda, election promises, wealthy backers, support, the depression, Weimar constitution, technology, Hitler’s image and eight matching statement cards which explain why Hitler became Chancellor in 1933. At the bottom of the page there is an extension question that provides students with an opportunity to demonstrate what they have know by explaining the two main reason. Depending upon your photocopying budget, on page two I have included a third activity with matching images to go with each heading and explanation. When completed, this resource creates a useful revision guide which looks very impressive visually. Depending upon the ability of the class, it should take no more than 20 minutes to do the card sort. Afterwards they could have a go at doing an extended question answering the question: ‘Why did Hitler become Chancellor in 1933?’ The aims and objectives are: Theme: The Rise of Hitler Know: What factors helped Hitler become Chancellor? Understand: What roles were played by economic, social and political factors in Hitler’s appointment as Chancellor? Evaluate: Which factor was the most important? WILF - What Am I Looking For? Identify and describe: The key reasons why Hitler became Chancellor in 1933? Explain: What roles were played by political, social and economic factors in his appointment? Evaluate: Which factor was the most important? If you like this resource then why not check out my other resources on this topic in my TES shop. You can also follow ‘The History Academy’ on Twitter, Google Plus, YouTube and Facebook for the latest updates or even to get in touch and chat about how you have used this resource or to ask questions. We aim to produce cheap and affordable resources for either the price of a good cup of coffee or a happy meal so that you can spend more time doing the things that you want. Anyway, have fun and stay in touch via social media for the latest updates. Kind Regards Roy
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KWHL Thinking Tool

KWHL Thinking Tool

The K-W-H-L thinking tool can be used throughout a lesson or unit. It serves as an aid to ensure a student’s interest is catered to and helps to determine what needs to be taught. The chart is introduced at the beginning of the topic, and can only be completed once a student have finished their investigation of the topic. The chart can also be used as an assessment tool. This thinking tool can be integrated into a number of subject areas as the focus is on developing general capabilities and 21st century skills. Students will be able to represent and communicate ideas and findings in a variety of ways.
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