Germany History – Wall Street CrashThis is one of many lessons that I have uploaded on the history of Germany. All of the lessons can be taught together; but each covers a topic so can also be picked up separately. For ease of locating; the title stem is the same: "Germany History -". This is a full PowerPoint lesson; ready to teach; and any relevant resources are also uploaded with it. This lesson: To explain the economic and political effects of the Wall Street Crash using a source of information
Lesson which uses a range of resources and learning techniques to understand the effects of the Wall Street Crash. Exercises have been differentiated and students are given the choice for some activities. Starter will need to be changed. Lesson plan and information for LSAs has also been provided. Any constructive feedback is very welcome.
Target year group: Yr 9 Ability group: (M-H)Learning Objectives: 1. What life was like in Germany leading up to the Wall Street Crash. 2. How the Wall Street Crash happened. 3. The outcome of the Wall Street crash on life in Germany.*Reviews and feedback are highly appreciated and will help me develop my lessons further. Thank you for your support*
Cold War: SOVIET DISSIDENTS DECRY THE INVASION OF CZECHOSLOVAKIA -reading for information
To protest the Soviet invasion of their country, a number of Czech students publicly burned themselves to death. Shocked by this terrible waste of young lives, dissidents in the Soviet Union called for the immediate withdrawal of their troops. In the excerpt below from Samizdat, edited by George Saunders, two leading dissidents – Pyotr Grigorenko, a former Red Army general, and Ivan Yakhimovich, at one time a collective farm manager in Latvia – outline why Soviet troops should leave Czechoslovakia. As you read the excerpt, consider the value of dissident activities in a totalitarian society.
Was the United States justified in dropping the atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki?
Directions: After reading the article, review your notes from today and draw a conclusion to this above question. You must write a thesis statement to answer this question. Next, choose one of your reasons from your thesis statement to write one body paragraph(s) using the I.C.E.D. format to support your thesis statement.