These resources are aimed at lower and middle ability students and look simply how Hitler was able to seize power in 1933. However, they so both contain some stretch and challenge activities.
The first activity is a card sort matching statements on Hitler’s beliefs to his ideas. The second resource is a worksheet which includes facts, information and sources explaining why Hitler hated the Jews, the link between unemployment and support for the Nazis as well as how he used the Reichstag and Enabling Law to turn Germany into a dictatorship.
The worksheet is published in font size 14 for SEN students and written in a very straight forward prose.
The aims and objectives are:
Theme: Nazi Germany
Know: What did Hitler and the Nazi Party believe?
Understand: Why did people support the Nazi Party in 1933?
Evaluate: How did Hitler use the Reichstag Fire to get the Enabling Law passed?
Skills: Cause, Consequence and Source Analysis
WILF: What Aim I looking for?
Identify and Describe: What did Hitler and the Nazi Party believe?
Explain: Why did the German people support the Nazi Party in 1933?
Evaluate: How did Hitler use the Reichstag fire to get the Enabling Law passed?
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