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Nazi Germany lesson analysing Nazi propaganda, includes a detailed worksheet and a paired task exploring forms of propaganda the Nazi party used. This can be used to link to how propaganda helped the Nazis maintain control.
Also includes a task discussing the features of propaganda posters on the powerpoint to go through with the whole class and then an activity worksheet to facilitate the development of this independently
This resource has been adapted since earlier reviews
A series of three lessons on the Roman Army- based on recruitment and why the army was successful. Includes three tasks labelling, card sort, spy task, recruitment advert task.
Lots of high quality resources for KS2 and KS3 students
This full lesson on the aftermath of the Battle of Hastings is part of the 1066 unit of study and would work well for both Primary or secondary students. The lesson focuses on the aftermath of the battle and the problems William had. It askes students to identify the problems through the analysis of a literacy piece and then evaluate a range of solutions for each of the problem. Finally students will be asked to justify their solutions through a writing piece and a plenary that looks to engage and build confidence.
The activities have been build with Blooms taxonomy in mind and there is differentiation through for lower ability students and challenge questions for higher ability students.
the worksheet includes:
1. Keywords with pictures
2. Sentence fill in with 1066 key points
3.Card sort activity with solutions for Williams problems
4. Literacy piece with Williams problems
5. writing frame for plenary
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A lesson plan, presentation, and source from the Khan academy, to take students through the events and significance of the Battle of Trafalgar. This links with The British Experience of Warfare Paper 3 option for Edexcel's 2015 History A-level specification.
Lesson plan and presentation on the French Wars on Land (information taken from Access to History's "The British Experience of Warfare, 1790-1918). This forms part of Edexcel's 2015 A level history specification, Paper 3: The British Experience of Warfare.
A lesson plan and introduction for A level History students to the French Wars on Land. This forms part of the British Experience of Warfare Paper 3 option for Edexcel's 2015 A level History specification.
A lesson introducing the students to the Crimean War, its causes in particular. Information from Access to History' s "The British Experience of Warfare, 1790-1918", to link with Edexcel's 2015 A level History specification, Paper 3: The British Experience of Warfare.
A lesson about Wellington's role in the defeat of the French, focusing on the Peninsular Wars, and leading up to Waterloo. Information from Access to History' s "The British Experience of Warfare, 1790-1918", to link with Edexcel's 2015 A level History specification, Paper 3: The British Experience of Warfare.
Presentations and activities to lead students through their learning about the battles of the Peninsular War, the significance of the Lines of Torres Vedras, and of Waterloo. It includes a source analysis question. Information from Access to History' s "The British Experience of Warfare, 1790-1918", to link with Edexcel's 2015 A level History specification, Paper 3: The British Experience of Warfare.
Lesson plan and presentation on the military situation, 1793-1890. Information from Access to History' s "The British Experience of Warfare, 1790-1918", to link with Edexcel's 2015 A level History specification, Paper 3: The British Experience of Warfare.
This outstanding resource has been designed by experienced teachers to help students studying why Germany and the USSR signed the Nazi-Soviet Pact? It can be used as a starter, plenary, revision or assessment activity. If you are looking for a resource to provide additional stretch and challenge, then why not check out my diamond nine activity on this topic?
When you purchase this resource you will be able to download a single sheet, Microsoft Word document that you can easily customise if you wish. The document includes aims, instructions and fourteen statements explain why wither Germany or the USSR signed the Nazi-Soviet Pact. Once students have cut out the cards and correctly sorted them under the heading cards for Germany or the USSR, they can extend their understanding further by sorting them into their order of importance before sticking them into their books and attempting the extended question.
At each stage students should be feeding back to their group or the class and explaining their choices. The discussion and explanation around the choices that they have made are critical in helping them develop their understanding of the topic.
The aims and objectives for this lesson are:
Theme: How far was Hitler responsible for the outbreak of the SWW in 1939?
Know: What were the terms of the Nazi-Soviet Pact?
Analyse: Why did Stalin and Hitler sign the Nazi-Soviet Pact?
Skills: Cause, Consequence, Evaluation and Judgement.
WILF: What Am I Looking For this lesson?
Identify and describe: The terms of the Nazi-Soviet Pact
Explain: Why did Germany & USSR sign the Nazi-Soviet Pact?
Analyse: How far Hitler was responsible for the outbreak of the SWW?
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