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Cambridge iGCSE Modern World History
Cambridge  IGCSE History - Unit 4 - Chapter4 - Lesson1
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(20 Slide Powerpoint) Core Content B: The Twentieth century: International relations since 1919. Unit 4: Who was to blame for the Cold War? Chapter3: Soviet Expansion. This is a 1 of 3 part chapter focusing on the blame of the Cold War. This lesson mainly focuses on students investigating who was more responsible for the breakdown of relations in the separation of Germany. Learning Objective: By the end of this lesson… The students will be able to EVALUATE who was more responsible for the breakdown of relations in the separation of Germany. Success Criteria: The students will IDENTIFY the differences between life in East and West Germany. The students will EXPLAIN the reasons behind the breakdown of relationships over Germany and Berlin.
Cambridge  IGCSE History - Unit 4 - Chapter3 - Lesson1
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(19 Slide Powerpoint) Core Content B: The Twentieth century: International relations since 1919. Unit 4: Who was to blame for the Cold War? Chapter3: Soviet Expansion. This is a 1 of 3 part chapter focusing on the blame of the Cold War. This lesson mainly focuses on identifying the important factors which led to the Truman Doctrine, while describing the events in Greece and Czechoslovakia. It will also take a look at Truman’s idea of containing the spread of Communism. Learning Objective: By the end of this lesson… Students will be able to identify the important factors which led to the Truman Doctrine. Success Criteria: Students will DESCRIBE the events in Greece and Czechoslovakia. Students will EXPLAIN Truman’s idea of containing the spread of Communism.
Cambridge IGCSE History - Unit 4 - Chapter4 - Lesson3
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(16 Slide Powerpoint) Core Content B: The Twentieth century: International relations since 1919. Unit 4: Who was to blame for the Cold War? Chapter4: The Berlin Blockade Part3 This is a 3 of 3 part chapter focusing on the blame of the Cold War. This lesson mainly focuses on the consequences of the Berlin Blockade. The students will compare the similarities and differences between NATO and the Warsaw Pact alliances and analyse sources using cartoons at the time of the Berlin Blockade and Airlift. Learning Objective: By the end of this lesson… The students will be able to EXPLAIN the consequences of the Berlin Blockade. Success Criteria: COMPARE the similarities and differences between NATO and the Warsaw Pact alliances. ANALYSE sources using cartoons at the time of the Berlin Blockade and Airlift.
Cambridge IGCSE History - Unit 4 - Chapter4 - Lesson2
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Cambridge IGCSE History - Unit 4 - Chapter4 - Lesson2

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(17 Slide Powerpoint) Core Content B: The Twentieth century: International relations since 1919. Unit 4: Who was to blame for the Cold War? Chapter4: The Berlin Blockade This is a 2 of 3 part chapter focusing on the blame of the Cold War. This lesson mainly focuses on students evaluating who was to blame for the Berlin Blockade. It also identifies which methods Stalin used to blockade West Berlin. And explains how the West German Allies fought back against Stalin without causing a War. Learning Objective: By the end of this lesson… The students will be able to evaluate who was more responsible for the Berlin Blockade. Success Criteria: The students will IDENTIFY which methods Stalin used to blockade West Berlin. The students will EXPLAIN how the West German Allies fought back against Stalin without causing a War.
Cambridge  IGCSE History - Unit 4 - Chapter3 - Lesson2
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Cambridge IGCSE History - Unit 4 - Chapter3 - Lesson2

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(15 Slide Powerpoint) Core Content B: The Twentieth century: International relations since 1919. Unit 4: Who was to blame for the Cold War? Chapter3: Soviet Expansion. This is a 2 of 3 part chapter focusing on the blame of the Cold War. This lesson mainly focuses on students explaining how America reacted to Soviet expansionism, while identifying what is meant by The Marshall Plan. Explianing how these events affected American policy. Learning Objective: By the end of this lesson… The students will be able to explain how America reacted to Soviet expansionism. Success Criteria: The students will IDENTIFY what is meant by The Marshall Plan. The students will EXPLAIN how these events affected American policy.
Cambridge IGCSE History - Unit 4 - Chapter5 - Lesson2
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(17 Slide Powerpoint) Core Content B: The Twentieth century: International relations since 1919. Unit 4: Who was to blame for the Cold War? Chapter5: The Cold War Part 2 This is a 2 of 3 part chapter focusing on the blame of the Cold War. This lesson’s main focus is on evaluating who was more to blame for starting the Cold War: the USA or the USSR. Futher analysing information from the entire unit. The students will go on to synthesize information that they have gathered throughout this unit to form their own opinion. Learning Objective: By the end of this lesson… The students will be able to EVALUATE who was more to blame for starting the Cold War: the USA or the USSR. Success Criteria: Students will ANALYSE information from the entire unit . Students will SYNTHESIZE the information that they have gathered throughout this unit to form their own opinion.
Cambridge IGCSE History - Unit 4 - Chapter5 - Lesson3
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(17 Slide Powerpoint) Core Content B: The Twentieth century: International relations since 1919. Unit 4: Who was to blame for the Cold War? Chapter5: The Cold War Part 3 This is a 3 of 3 part chapter focusing on the blame of the Cold War. This lesson’s main focus is on evaluating who was more to blame for starting the Cold War: the USA or the USSR. Futher analysing information from the entire unit. The students will go on to synthesize information that they have gathered throughout this unit to form their own opinion. Learning Objective: By the end of this lesson… The students will be able to EVALUATE who was more to blame for starting the Cold War: the USA or the USSR. Success Criteria: Students will ANALYSE information from the entire unit . Students will SYNTHESIZE the information that they have gathered throughout this unit to form their own opinion.
Cambridge IGCSE History - Unit 4 - Chapter5 - Lesson1
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(13 Slide Powerpoint) Core Content B: The Twentieth century: International relations since 1919. Unit 4: Who was to blame for the Cold War? Chapter5: The Cold War Part 1 This is a 1 of 3 part chapter focusing on the blame of the Cold War. This lesson’s main focus is on evaluating who was more to blame for starting the Cold War: the USA or the USSR. Futher analysing information from the entire unit. The students will go on to synthesize information that they have gathered throughout this unit to form their own opinion. Learning Objective: By the end of this lesson… The students will be able to EVALUATE who was more to blame for starting the Cold War: the USA or the USSR. Success Criteria: Students will ANALYSE information from the entire unit . Students will SYNTHESIZE the information that they have gathered throughout this unit to form their own opinion.
Cambridge  IGCSE History - Unit 4 - Chapter3 - Lesson3
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(14 Slide Powerpoint) Core Content B: The Twentieth century: International relations since 1919. Unit 4: Who was to blame for the Cold War? Chapter3: Soviet Expansion. This is a 2 of 3 part chapter focusing on the blame of the Cold War. This lesson mainly focuses on students explaining how the USSR reacted to the Truman Doctrine and the Marshall Plan. Going on to look at Cominform and Comecon. They will further explain how these two organisations were used by Stalin to control eastern Europe. By the end of this lesson… Students will be able to explain how the USSR reacted to the Truman Doctrine and the Marshall Plan. Success Criteria: Students will IDENTIFY what is meant by Cominform and Comecon. Students will EXPLAIN how these two organisations were used by Stalin to control eastern Europe.
Cambridge  IGCSE History - Unit 4 - Chapter2 - Lesson2
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Cambridge IGCSE History - Unit 4 - Chapter2 - Lesson2

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(27 Slide Powerpoint) Core Content B: The Twentieth century: International relations since 1919. Unit 4: Who was to blame for the Cold War? Chapter2: USSR Control of eastern Europe. This is a 2 of 3 part chapter focusing on the blame of the Cold War. This lesson mainly focuses on Churchill’s ‘Iron Curtain’ speech and how Stalin strengthened his grip in eastern Europe. Learning Outcomes: -The students will DESCRIBE the events in Europe in 1946 -The students will IDENTIFY why Churchill’s speech increased tension -The students will EVALUATE different historical sources from the time.
Cambridge  IGCSE History - Unit 4 - Chapter2 - Lesson3
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Cambridge IGCSE History - Unit 4 - Chapter2 - Lesson3

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(17 Slide Powerpoint) Core Content B: The Twentieth century: International relations since 1919. Unit 4: Who was to blame for the Cold War? Chapter2: USSR Control of eastern Europe. This is a 3 of 3 part chapter focusing on the blame of the Cold War. This lesson mainly focuses on how Stalin extended Soviet power and identifies examples of Communist expansion. It goes on to investigates the most important factors of Soviet control. Learning Outcomes: The students will be able to DESCRIBE how Stalin extended Soviet power. The students will be able to IDENTIFY examples of Communist expansion. The students will be able to JUSTIFY which are the most important factors of Soviet control.