Colour code to complement theNazi control of education aspect of Nazi Policies Towards the Youth, topic 4.2 of the Edexcel Weimar and Nazi Germany, 1918-1939.
Students should colour categorise the information in the table into the 4 categories in the top row.
Advised to print 2 sheets per page for A5 sizing
Knowledge Organiser to complement Edexcel’s GCSE course, Superpowers and the Cold War 1941-1991
Covers the creation of the Federal Republic of Germany and German Democratic Republic, NATO and the Warsaw Pact with sources for analysis
Knowledge Organiser to complement the Germany Revolution for topic 1.1 of the Edexcel Weimar and Nazi Germany, 1918-1939.
Knowledge Organiser covers The legacy of the First World War, The German Revolution, The Abdication of the Kaiser, The Declaration of a Republic, The Council of the People’s Representatives, The Armistice, Setting up the Weimar Republic, The Social Democrats, The Spartacists and The Freikorps.
Advise print A3 for notes and A4 for revision
Knowledge Organiser to complement unit 1.2, The Development of the Cold War of Edexcel’s GCSE course, Superpowers and the Cold War 1941-1991
Covers the Truman Doctrine, Marshall Plan and Cominform and Comecon.
The shooting star is Truman, type writer represents the telegrams, satellite is the satellite states. The rest are mostly visual prompts.
KO to completement Edexcel’s GCSE course, the Reigns of Richard and John which covers the competing aims of Richard, John and Philip, Richard’s defence of Normandy, Chateau Gaillard, Richard’s Death, John’s marriage to Isabelle of Angouleme, John’s refusal to attend court, the role of Arthur of Brittany and Eleanor of Aquitaine and the attack and fall of Chateau Gaillard. Recommend A4 print for revision and A3 for detailed notes.
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Designed to complement the Edexcel Weimar and Nazi Germany, 1918-1939 GCSE course.
Students colour code the statements in the quilt into one of the six categories at the top of the sheet.
Word Gap to complement the Treatment of Minorities for topic 4.4 of the Edexcel Weimar and Nazi Germany, 1918-1939.
Knowledge Organiser also available: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/persecution-of-minorities-knowledge-organiser-nazi-germany-12237707
Colour Code to complement Topic 20: Stalin and International Relations of the AQA Depth Study Option 2N - Revolution and Dictatorship: Russia 1917-53.
Advise to print 2 per A4 page
Student to colour code into 4 categories:
Push (stick) factors for Stalin
Pull (carrot) factors for Stalin
Push (stick) factors for Hitler
Pull (carrot) factors for Hitler
Students use to make a judgement about who benefitted more from the pact.
Nazi-Soviet Pact Knowledge Organiser available with space to consolidate this colour code
Knowledge organiser to complement Topic 20: Stalin and International Relations of the AQA Depth Study Option 2N - Revolution and Dictatorship: Russia 1917-53.
Advise to print A3
Includes timeline, Rapallo Treaty, Treaty of Berlin, Soviet entry into the League of Nations, Maksim Litvinov.
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Designed to complement unit 1.3 of Edexcel’s GCSE Cold War course; The Cold War Intensifies
Students make a judgement about the success level of the Space Race at each key event and colour in the bar chart in one of two colours depending on whether it was a US or Soviet Union development to see how the Space Race developed and culminated in the 1969 moon landings.
Knowledge Organiser to complement unit 1.3, The Cold War Intensifies of Edexcel’s GCSE course, Superpowers and the Cold War 1941-1991
Covers conventional weapons, the development of atomic and hydrogen bombs, ICBMs, nuclear weapons as a threat or a deterrent, the Korean War, President Eisenhower, the death of Stalin and Nikita Khrushchev.
The eye is President Eisenhower and the hammer is Khrushchev. The rest are mostly visual prompts.
Word Gap on Stalin’s totalitarian dictatorship - covering his position after the Great Patriotic War, his paranoid, touching on the Leningrad Affair, the renewed terror of the NKVD and the leadership power struggle after Stalin’s death in March 1953.