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World War One: Conscientious Objectors

World War One: Conscientious Objectors

Complete lesson on conscientious objectors. Focuses include... - Source analysis activities throughout the lesson - Contextual information - chances for reading, recording and discussion - Hyperlinked documentary and differentiated question sheets for students to answer as they watch - Plenary activity and Homework
MrTHistory
Comedy - Charlie Chaplin

Comedy - Charlie Chaplin

A week's worth of lessons (4) on silent movies, with a focus on Charlie Chaplin. Includes a full PowerPoint presentation, a sequencing activity, an activity requiring students to read facial expressions, and a comprehension activity.
QTPie
WEIMAR/NAZI GERMANY BINGO

WEIMAR/NAZI GERMANY BINGO

Good revision activity for WEIMAR/NAZI Germany Read out the questions and give the students the black and white version of the bingo board
RachelRMA
The Nuremberg Laws

The Nuremberg Laws

Investigating the Nuremberg Laws in Nazi Germany. The information can be placed on packs per table or as a treasure hunt/information gathering exercise.
lwallett
Leading Nazis

Leading Nazis

A lesson investigating leading Nazis and their importance to Hitler. Students work in pairs as investigators and experts, and their role is differentiated to suit them. Create a pack of information on each leading Nazi for students to work through.
lwallett
THE RISE OF THE NAZIS

THE RISE OF THE NAZIS

Linked to the Oxford AQA Democracy and Dictatorship textbook-inclusive of resources and guidance for exam question to finish
RachelRMA
Conflict and Tension 1918-39: The Allies and Germany's reaction to the Treaty of Versailles

Conflict and Tension 1918-39: The Allies and Germany's reaction to the Treaty of Versailles

This lesson focuses on the various attitudes and reactions of the Allies after the Treaty of Versailles was agreed and signed. To discover if they were satisfied or not with the results, the students analyse and evaluate a range of sources before coming to conclusions and judgements for each country. Students are given hints on the meaning of the sources and have to interpret their usefulness (which is the exam question 2 on the paper). The lesson comes with suggested teaching and learning strategies and answers for the differentiated questions and tasks set.
Pilgrim17