This great 13 page resource looks at the aims of the League of Nations and how it was organised. It also looks at how the League intended to enforce' collective security' and addresses the key issues of the weakness in administration and membership it's organisation.
This resource include a range of resources from cartoon to diagrams as well as revision summary exercises and DART strategies for the less able.
At the end of the resource are a series of comprehension and knowledge based Oxford and Cambridge exam board questions along with question guides and student mark schemes to help maximise your students' grade potential.
Typically, I will read this resource with highlighter with my class and then let them complete the revision and consolidation activities before attempting the assessment questions. After they have had a go at the questions, I normally issue them with purple pens to either peer or self assess their answers using the student mark schemes. This helps to reduce my marking whilst at the same time reinforcing their understanding of the assessment criteria.