This outstanding resource which has been field tested in the classroom on many occasions, gets students to review the work of the league of Nations in the 1920s and 30s and decide whether the statements are correct by ticking 'yes' or 'no'. They the have to give some supporting evidence to back up their decision.
Once completed successfully, students should then see the connections between the Leagues successes and failures be able to come to an overall judgement about why it failed.
This resource could be completed prior to doing an exam or writing an essay. Its an all round nice little add on that works well as a starter or plenary.
Aims and Objectives:
Theme: League of Nations 1919 - 1939
Know: What action did the League of Nations take to prevent war?
Understand: How successful was the League of Nations?
Evaluate: Why did the League of Nations fail in the 1930s?
WILF: What Am I looking For?
Identify and describe: What action did the League of Nations take to prevent war?
Explain: How successful was the League of Nations at tackling international conflict?
Analysis: Why did the League of Nations fail in the 1930s?
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