This highly adaptable revision guide with a past paper question and assessment for learning pupil mark scheme is must have for anyone studying the causes of the Second World War.
The first page includes all the key facts students need to know about German rearmament and why Britain and France failed to stop Germany.
The second page includes two activities, a summary table why Germany was able to rearm 1933 - 1939 and a discussion / extended writing activity which aims to assess how successful was Germany's attempts to rearm in comparison to the rest of the world by 1939.
The third page includes an optional Oxford and Cambridge Exam Board source based question on why the disarmament conference failed, whilst page four contains the pupil mark scheme and writing frame for the question.
The resource is provided in word so it can be easily adapted to suit your students. It can be used as part of a lesson or a piece of homework for students studying this topic or as revision guide.
Aims and Objectives
Theme: Causes of the Second World War
Know: How did Germany rearm 1933 - 1939?
Understand: Why were Britain and France unable to stop Germany rearming?
Evaluate: How successfully was German rearmament 1933 - 1939?
Identify: How big did German armed forces grow between 1933 - 1939?
Explain: why did Britain and France fail to stop Germany?
Analyse: How successful was German rearmament from 1933 - 1939?