Burston Primary School - Residents of Burston share their memories of evacuee life
Seven residents of Burston village gave their account of what evacuation and evacuee life was like in video interviews recorded by members of the CABER Project.
This lesson involved looking at historical sources and deciding which were helpful in providing evidence in historical enquiry. The children also carried out some reseacrh using the bbc evacuees page and then created a fact page about evacuation.
This was a series of three lessons completed in the middle of a term's study of the effects of World War II on the lives of children. Previous work had covered key events, dates, information about the main leaders and finding out about the Blitz and air raids, leading to the idea that some children were evacuated from their homes.
A powerpoint presentation showing digital and analogue time. Suitable for upper KS1, lower KS2. This file can be used as an inspiration for the development of your own ideas for putting across to a whole class a particular teaching point. This is particularly effective if a digital projector can be used.
This power point presentation is mainly targeted to AS and A2 students studying French. However, there are some tasks that can be tackled by KS4 students as they are linked to some areas of experience studied in year 10 and 11. It offers a mixture of linguistic and cultural tasks. All the attainment targets are present. The notes provided will guide the teachers through different activities, including group work and audio-visual authentic material.
This resource contains a web guide from MTN which may be used to create newspaper templates that will allow you to create a newspaper quickly and easily. You can choose a template and create a newspaper a page at a time. It can then be printed and saved locally. The resource also has a series of tabloid newspaper template that may be printed immediately.
This highly comprehensive and detailed PowerPoint looks in depth at 'The Roaring Twenties', 'The Great Depression' and how this laid the foundations for Hitler's rise to power. Throughout the presentation there is detailed study of primary sources as well as a link to a video clip showing the roaring twenties and the Great Depression.
The economic problems caused by the great depression are considered as well as statistical data regarding employment in Germany, seats held by the Nazi Party and The Dawes Plan.
Throughout the PowerPoint, there are key questions and mini tasks posed for discussion and paired/group work completion. At the end of the PowerPoint, there is time to refelect and debate how much the Wall Street Crash contributed to Hitler's rise to power.
This PowerPoint is fully editable and can be used over a series of lessons.
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Hook starter: As pupils enter the room the presentation will display an autonomously moving spot light to reveal a picture clue of Hitler.
Learning Intention and differentiated outcomes (SMSC).
Pupils will discuss what they already know about Hitler before watching a short video (embedded & link provided) about Hitler's life. Pupils can then add and consolidate any new information learnt.
Pupils' will then compete in teams in a literacy relay activity to identify the various factors which enabled Hitler to rise to power. Pupils' will then collate their answers and arrange the factors into order of significance before forming personal judgement regarding which they believe to be the most important reason Hitler to come to power.
Pupil's then consolidate their judgment through answering a structured 8 mark exam style question. If time I then ask my pupils to peer assess with WW / EBI.
Instructions and advice on how they lesson is to run can be found in the description of the presentation.
Additionally I have included a source evidence Homework piece and a differentiated more / less able version of the literacy relay activity.