**Recap: **A filling in the missing terms task to recap the changes and progress made towards women in the Weimar period.
Starter: Students analyse the famous painting of the family to infer what the Nazi attitudes and policies towards women and the family were.
**Task 1: **A source and interpretation based task for exam practice. I have included a variety of sources and interpretations which you can use all of, or just select. Students need to study the sources and then infer what they can learn about Nazi attitudes and policies. A table has been included for further support if needed.
Background Information: 6 slides of information about women in Nazi Germany which include details of Kinder, kirche, kuche, the Motherhood Cross, Nazi Race Laws. restrictions for women and sterilization programmes.
Video clip link: Students can watch a 5 minute clip giving them a visual idea of what these policies looked like.
**Task Sheet: **Students use the task sheet to carry out a variety of tasks such as labelling, drawing, listing and filling in missing terms.
**Exam Focus: **Inference question Another opportunity to practice an inference question. This time with a visual source.
Exam Focus: Usefulness question. Another opportunity to practice a usefulness question which focusses on the support for the Nazis by women.
Extension Tasks - a selection of creative tasks for students to select or for you to develop further.
**External Link: **A link to a BBC News article about the children of the Lebensborn Programme.
**Fact Sheet: **All the information needed in place of the text book.