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Russia 1917- mid 1920s

Russia 1917- mid 1920s

Includes all events from 1917 February Revolution to the New economic policy and Bolsheviks consolidation of power in detail.,

By livrayner21

Russia- October Revolution

Russia- October Revolution

In this pack it includes what events/factors led to the October revolution such as problems with Dual authority and the problems faced both the Provisional government and the Soviets. It describes the difference between the different groups such as the Mensheviks and Bolsheviks. It looks at the events of the revolution in particular the rise of Lenin. It also looks at the July Days and Kornilov Affair in detail. 9 very detailed slides.

By livrayner21

Russia- 1917 February Revolution

Russia- 1917 February Revolution

It includes the factors which led to the 1917 February Revolution and the events of the Revolution itself. It discusses the main people at the time including Nicholas II, Tsarina and Rasputin. discusses social, geographic, economic and political problems at the time. It looks into how Bloody Sunday 1905, the October Manifesto and Nicholas` role with the DUMA led to such a revolution. Finally it discusses the impacts of WW1 in Nicholas` fall.11 very detailed slides.

By livrayner21

Gilded Age: Who were the Muckrakers of the Gilded Age? Student Activity

Gilded Age: Who were the Muckrakers of the Gilded Age? Student Activity

In this 9 page packet (2 student worksheets and 7 reading handouts) your students will have everything they need to examine the contributions of the following Muckrakers at the turn of the century: Ida Tarbell, Upton Sinclair, Nellie Bly, Jacob Riis, and Samuel Hopkins Adams. Students can read about each of these muckrakers and then complete a graphic organizer about the contributions of each. The second student worksheet requires students to answer critical thinking questions about the primary source excerpts included. Great follow-up assignment to a lecture on the Industrialization/Gilded Age. Perfect lesson for homework or classwork. All materials are included.

By learningisapassion

Nazi Germany: treatment of Jews

Nazi Germany: treatment of Jews

Students explore the treatment of minorities and especially Jews in Nazi Germany. They can also discuss the prevalence of prejudice in the modern world, where it exists and how/why it exists.

By sj_21