Propaganda and WWI recruitment

author avatar

You’re downloading this resource from nicola.conway


A follow on lesson - from the contextual one on Private Peaceful (also found here on tes) - looks at propaganda and persuasive techniques. Students get to vote if they would have fought in WWI or be a conscientious objector. Don't forget your sugar jar and 3 bags of sugar!

  • WWI propaganda and recruitment lesson 2.ppt
  • WWI propaganda persuasive features lesson - lesson 2.doc
  • vote cards propaganda.doc
  • A3 whos for the game.doc
Download Icon


WWI propaganda and recruitment lesson 2

ppt, 1 MB

Download Icon

Lesson plan

WWI propaganda persuasive features lesson - lesson 2

doc, 53 KB

Download Icon


vote cards propaganda

doc, 106 KB

Download Icon


A3 whos for the game

doc, 24 KB

Role details
CreatedNov 4, 2011
UpdatedMar 3, 2014

6 Reviews

  • 4
    user avatarsjlaver1233 years agoReport

    Thanks for sharing this. I was able to use some of this for my KS2 WW1 project.

  • 4
    user avatarWright.R3 years agoReport

    Thank you. Look forward to using this, and grateful for the readily gathered material

  • 5

    Thank you so much. We are having an Ofsted soon and I will be using lots of the ideas here. A thoughtful and imaginative way of delivering WW1 propaganda and recruitment tactics. Lesson plan was easy to follow too.

  • 5

    What a wonderful resource - one satisfied GTP student here thanks so much x

  • 4
    user avatarparteli4 years agoReport

    Great thanks. Have used it to improve an existing lesson I had. Thanks!