Primary interwar years (1918 1939) resources

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Treaty of Versailles - Diamond 9

Treaty of Versailles - Diamond 9

A diamond 9 activity based on some of the terms of the Treaty of Versailles. Included are eight consequences of the treaty as well as a ninth consequence of not signing the treaty and a template where these can be ordered. They can be ordered in various ways, such as which were the harshest and fairest terms or which were the most important terms and least important before children then write justifications for their views.

By krisgreg30

Interwar Years Knowledge Organiser

Interwar Years Knowledge Organiser

A brief knowledge organiser for the interwar years in Europe. Included within this is a timeline for the period as well as a key vocabulary section for some of the words children may come across during the topic. It has been written with KS2 children in mind for a topic but is easily adaptable for KS3 and 4. These are useful for either sticking in books at the start of the topic to refer back to or to enlarge and have on display.

By krisgreg30

Winston Churchill's successes and failures

Winston Churchill's successes and failures

A display designed to encourage students to persist in overcoming their barriers to learning, the display provides 5 of the biggest failures and biggest successes of Churchill's career.

By tfinch2

A Twitter View of History

A Twitter View of History

Presentation designed for potential use as a starter or a plenary activity in KS2/3 History. There is also the potential to be used as providing meaningful work for a “cover” lesson. Students are presented with a “tweet” from the end of a significant year in world history and asked to use historical skill and knowledge to identify the year. The whole presentation contains 21 challenges and 45 slides with hyperlinks embedded throughout.

By 20JET12

A Guide for Primary School Teachers from the Holocaust Educational Trust

A Guide for Primary School Teachers from the Holocaust Educational Trust

This guide has been created to support the growing number of primary school teachers who wish to explore issues related to the Holocaust with their students. It accompanies an age-appropriate scheme of work which can be downloaded for free from the Holocaust Educational Trust website at www.het.org.uk. The guide also includes key pedagogical considerations, advice on using Holocaust-related texts in English, and reference materials which provide essential historical context.

By HolocaustEducationalTrust

The End of World War 1 PPT

The End of World War 1 PPT

Well designed 31 slide PPT covering the end of the World War 1 and the discussions and treaties that changed the map of Europe. Covers a lot of complex material clearly and succinctly. Plenty of maps and illustrations to reinforce the most important points.

By Polaphuca

GCSE History (New Spec) Weimar and Nazi Germany (4 of 5) - Life in Nazi Germany

GCSE History (New Spec) Weimar and Nazi Germany (4 of 5) - Life in Nazi Germany

11 one-hour-long lessons, well-researched and cross referenced with two new spec revision guides. Lesson topics include: Nazi policy towards religion. Nazi policy towards women. Was Nazi policy towards women successful? Education. Youth policies and boys. Youth policies and girls (+ was the Nazi youth policy successful?). Reducing unemployment. DAF, KdF, SdA. Standards of living in Nazi Germany. Racial beliefs and minorities. Jewish persecution. Kristallnacht.

By Bateman4000