A GCSE lesson in which students are asked to recap the problems facing Weimar Germany in 1924, then discuss how they would solve them. Students then read one side of an info sheet and explain how Gustav Stresemann 'solved' Germany's problems, and write the first side of a judgement. They then read the other side of the info sheet and add balance to their judgement, considering the problems and underlying weaknesses that still remained by 1929.
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