Colour code / sorting activity focusing on the social, economic and political impacts and responses to The Great Depression in Germany Contains two sheets - student and teacher copy
Two worksheets that can be used for information on life in a medieval village and a medieval town
Information sheet containing information on the church under Nazi Germany. Could be used as part of a lesson on the church under Nazi Germany or as a homework reading task.
Gap fill summary of life for women in Nazi Germany. Used for GCSE class. Works well as a plenary activity or could set as homework task. Made with Oxford AQA GCSE History Germany 1890-1945 textbook. Includes gap fill worksheet and answer sheet.
Question sheet to accompany BBC Rise of the Nazis documentary series
Lesson examining why London was important in the Elizabethan period. Used for KS3 lesson. Powerpoint, table sheet and card sheet for importance task. Link to BBC video in notes section of powerpoint. Also it is linked on this page
Suitable / adaptable for GCSE comparison of the Black Death and Cholera outbreaks. Student copy and answer sheet included.
Sorting activity table. Students colour code statements into four categories: Social, Political, International and Economic. Then students decide if the impact was positive or negative. Extension question To what extent did Weimar Germany recover from 1923-1929 Suitable for GCSE