This outstanding lesson has been designed to help students studying the problems faced by the Weimar Republic in 1919. It can be used as introductory lesson to the topic and serves to set the scene for the bigger issues that they had to deal in the aftermath of the Treaty of Versailles. The lesson content covers the impact of the First World War and the challenges the new Republic faced in terms of economic, social and political. The lesson includes a number of activities which can be seen in the detailed preview, but finishes off with either a review triangle or table exercise to help students prioritise or predict the greatest challenges for the Republic moving forward.
When you purchase this resource you will be able to download a PowerPoint with fifteen slides. These include aims, objectives, differentiated outcomes, starters, plenaries, activities, thinking skills activities, diagrams, pictures and information slides. Once you have completed the review triangle or table, the work is consolidated with an extended writing activity with support to help students to summarise the challenges facing the new President Ebert in 1919. This lesson can also be purchased at a discount as part of a series of lessons on this topic which have been bundled together. For more information, please see the detailed preview.
The aims and objectives of the lesson are:
Theme: Weimar Republic
Know: What problems faced the Weimar Republic in 1919?
Understand: What impact did the First World War have on Germany?
Evaluate: Which problems posed the greatest threat to the Weimar Republic?
Skills: Cause, Consequence & Collaboration
WILF – What Am I Looking For?
Identify & describe: The key problems facing the Weimar Republic in 1919?
Explain: What impact did the First World War have on Germany?
Analyse: Which problems posed the greatest threat to the Weimar Republic?
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