*Full Lesson* Lesson 3: Formation of the Wiemar Republic

*Full Lesson* Lesson 3: Formation of the Wiemar Republic

This is the Third lesson in a scheme of work for the new GCSE Edexcel unit: Wiemar and Nazi Germany 1919 - 1939 however this could easily be adapted for other exam boards and specifications. This lesson serves explores the formation of the Wiemar Republic at the end of the First World War and its main strengths and weaknesses. A textbook is required for one of the tasks. This lesson had been designed using the new Pearson, Wiemar and Nazi Germany text. This lesson is ready to teach and contains all resources needed. During this lesson pupils will: * Recap key information about Germany at the end of the First World War * complete a card sort to create a timeline of the key events of the formation of the Wiemar Republic. * Discuss and evaluate the electoral system of the Wiemar Republic of proportional representation in comparison to the British electoral system. * Complete a group task to evaluate the structure of the Wiemar Republic. * Complete a card sort to identify the strengths and weaknesses of the Wiemar Republic and the Wiemar constitution. * Complete a short writing task to decide if the Wiemar republic was a success or failure. This lesson was designed for a 100 minute double lesson but could easily be broken up. If you buy this lesson please leave a review. Thanks
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*Full Lesson* Lesson 2: Dolchstoss and the Treaty of Versailles

*Full Lesson* Lesson 2: Dolchstoss and the Treaty of Versailles

This is the second lesson in a scheme of work for the new GCSE Edexcel unit: Weimar and Nazi Germany 1919 - 1939 however this could easily be adapted for other exam boards and specifications. This lesson serves introduces the concept of Dolchstoss and evaluates the impact of the Treaty of Versailles on Germany after the First World War. This lesson is ready to teach and contains all resources needed. During this lesson pupils will: * Investigate the German military situation at the end of the First World War. * Watch a video to identify and evaluate the main reasons for Germany loosing the First World War. * Complete source analysis to define the key points of the stab in the back theory/Dolchstoss and discuss the attitudes of German soldiers at the end of the war. * Complete a card sort and watch a video to identify the main terms of the Treaty of Versailles. * Complete a writing task to prioritise and evaluate the impact of the Treaty of Versailles. * Complete a source analysis (cartoon) to evaluate German attitudes towards the Treaty of Versailles and discuss the concept of Diktat. * Complete a 12 mark exam question (homework) with a partial model answer. This lesson was designed for a 100 minute double lesson but could easily be broken up. If you buy this lesson please leave a review. Thanks
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*Full Lesson* Wiemar and Nazi Germany: Introduction

*Full Lesson* Wiemar and Nazi Germany: Introduction

This is the first lesson in a scheme of work for the new GCSE Edexcel unit: Weimar and Nazi Germany 1919 - 1939. This lesson serves as an introduction to the unit, evaluates pupil knowledge and begins to explain the situation in Germany after the First World War. During this lesson pupils will: * Gain a basic understanding of the Wiemar and Nazi Germany exam paper. * Complete a card sort to create a timeline of some of the key events from the unit. * Begin to identify some of the key figures who contributed to Hitler's rise to power. * Watch a video and investigate sources to identify key aspects of the situation in Germany after the First world War. * Write a report to explain the types of problems that Germany was experiencing and their impact. This lesson was designed for a 100 minute double lesson but could easily be broken up. If you buy this lesson please leave a review. Thanks
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*Full Lesson* Changing Nature of Royal Navy: Development of Technology (Edexcel A-Level History)

*Full Lesson* Changing Nature of Royal Navy: Development of Technology (Edexcel A-Level History)

This is the second lesson in a series covering the new Edexcel A-Level History unit: Britain losing and gaining an Empire 1763 - 1914. This series of lessons covers the second breadth study: The Changing Nature of the Royal Navy The lesson is ready to teach and includes all resources in the power point. The lessons refer to the textbook "Britain: Losing and gaining and Empire, 1763 - 1914" (Christie, 2016 Pearson) although other textbooks could be used with the lessons. During the lesson pupils will: * Compare the design of the HMS Albion (1763) and the HMS Dreadnought (1906) and make inferences about technological advances between them. * Recap information from previous lesson about the limitations of naval ships during the age of sail. * Watch a video to identify the key advances in technology on the HMS Warrior. * Investigate and interpret image of the tug of war between HMS Rattler and HMS Alecto and suggest why it is happening. * Compare difference advances in naval technology and debate the most significant. Highlight advances made by the British and those made by other countries. * Discuss the Royal Navy transition from sail to steam. Discuss and identify key factors which would need to exist to allow this transition to occur (MEERPS) * Research specific technological advances and impacts. * Discuss the statement "Steam power was the most important technology developed/adopted by the British Navy during the 19th century. It allowed Britain to maintain its Naval superiority across the globe.” Check out my shop (Click on my username above) for more free and premium resources including more lessons from this unit. If you buy this resource, please leave a review.
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*Full Lesson* Conditions in the Trenches during the First World War

*Full Lesson* Conditions in the Trenches during the First World War

This is a lesson from a scheme of work covering the First World War. During this lesson, pupils will use a variety of different sources to investigate and make judgements about the conditions in the trenches. This lesson was designed for a year 9/KS3 class but could be easily adapted for other classes or levels. The lesson is ready to teach and the power point contains all the resources required. During the lesson pupils will complete the following activities: * Complete a true or false activity about some of the myths about the First World War - Watch video to reinforce learning. * Briefly look at the Von Schlieffen plan plan and how it led to the development of trenches - Watch video to reinforce learning. * Pupils are presented with an opinion stating that conditions in the trenches were good. They will then consider a number of slides covering aspects of the trenches such as rats, lice, trench foot, food, equipment and they must find evidence to support or contradict the opinion. (This could be completed as a gallery task) *Complete a written task (writing frame provided) using evidence to respond to the opinion. If you buy this lesson, please leave a review and let me know what you think. Check out my shop (click on my user name above) to see more premium and free History lessons.
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*Full Lesson* Changing Nature of the Royal Navy: Introduction and the Age of Sail (Edexcel A-Level)

*Full Lesson* Changing Nature of the Royal Navy: Introduction and the Age of Sail (Edexcel A-Level)

This is the second lesson in a series covering the new Edexcel A-Level History unit: Britain losing and gaining an Empire 1763 - 1914. This series of lessons covers the second breadth study: The Changing Nature of the Royal Navy The lesson is ready to teach and includes all resources in the power point. The lessons refer to the textbook "Britain: Losing and gaining and Empire, 1763 - 1914" (Christie, 2016 Pearson) although other textbooks could be used with the lessons. During the lesson pupils will: * Use images of different ship designs between the 16th century and 1906 to make inferences about the development of the Navy over time. * Identify and discuss the key roles and importance of the Royal Navy to Britain * Investigate naval tactics during the age of sail through a brief study of the Battle of Trafalgar. * Evaluate the different ships in the Royal Navy from ships of the line to sixth-rate ships and the roles they undertook. * Evaluate the effectiveness of the Royal navy during the age of sail. Check out my shop (Click on my username above) for more free and premium resources including more lessons from this unit. If you buy this resource, please leave a review.
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*Full Lesson* Mao's China: Cultural Revolution - Attacks on the Four Olds (Edexcel A-Level History)

*Full Lesson* Mao's China: Cultural Revolution - Attacks on the Four Olds (Edexcel A-Level History)

This is the third lesson in a series covering the new Edexcel A-Level History unit: Mao's China 1949 - 1976. This series of lessons covers Key Topic Three: The Cultural Revolution and its Aftermath, 1966 - 76 The lesson is ready to teach and includes all worksheets and sources. The lessons refer to the textbook "Communist States in the Twentieth Century " (Bunce, 2015 - Hodder) although other textbooks could be used with the lessons. During the lesson pupils will: * Complete a thinking task about things during the Cultural Revolution that were deemed counter revolutionary. * Investigate the attack on the grave of Wu Xun as an example of the attacks on the four olds. * Use the text to research attacks on the four olds to create an argument against an Historic quote. * Complete a card sort looking at the economic, social and political consequences of the attacks on the four olds. * Conduct a debate to decide the biggest impact of the Cultural Revolution/attacks on the four olds. * Investigate and evaluate the attacks against Mao's political enemies. This lesson is based on a double lesson (100 minutes) but could easily be broken up into a number of smaller lessons. Please go to my shop (click on my username above) for more free and premium History lessons. If you buy this resource, please leave a review.
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*6 Full Lessons* Mao's China Key Topic 1: Establishing Communist Rule (Edexcel A-LEvel History)

*6 Full Lessons* Mao's China Key Topic 1: Establishing Communist Rule (Edexcel A-LEvel History)

This pack contains six lessons covering the first key topic of Edexcel A-level History: Mao's China: Establishing Communist Rule 1949 - 1957. The lessons include are ready to go and included all necessary sources and resources. All lessons have been taught and tested in the classroom. The lessons refer to the textbook "Communist States in the Twentieth Century " (Bunce, 2015 - Hodder) although other textbooks could be used with the lessons. The following lessons are included in the pack: Lesson One - Introduction/China before Mao Lesson Two - Communist victory in the Civil War Lesson Three - Mao's political thought and Marx Lesson four - Political Reforms Lesson Five - Impact of the Korean War Lesson Six - Removal of opposition to the communist party Although this unit is designed for A-Level History is could be adapted for GCSE as well. Lessons five and six are quite long and could easily be split into two separate lessons. The first lesson of this scheme is available for free as a sample and the other lessons are available for £2 each in my shop. (Click my user name above) If you but this pack please make sure to leave a review.
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*Full Lesson* Changing Role of the Royal Navy (Edexcel  A-Level History)

*Full Lesson* Changing Role of the Royal Navy (Edexcel A-Level History)

This is the third lesson in a series covering the new Edexcel A-Level History unit: Britain losing and gaining an Empire 1763 - 1914. This series of lessons covers the second breadth study: The Changing Nature of the Royal Navy The lesson is ready to teach and includes all resources in the power point. The lessons refer to the textbook "Britain: Losing and gaining and Empire, 1763 - 1914" (Christie, 2016 Pearson) although other textbooks could be used with the lessons. During the lesson pupils will: * Discuss conditions in the Royal Navy and the recruitment problems this would cause in the 17th and 18th Centuries. * Investigate how the Royal Navy solved recruitment problems through impressment. * Identify and define key terms such as impressment, two power standard and blue water policy. * Recap roles of the royal Navy from a previous lesson * Investigate the work of the HMS Black Joke through primary sources. * Discuss the key question - Should the Royal Navy be proud of its efforts to suppress the Slave trade? Check out my shop (Click on my username above) for more free and premium resources including more lessons from this unit.
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*Full Lesson* Slavery: Africa before Slavery

*Full Lesson* Slavery: Africa before Slavery

This is the second lesson in a scheme of work about the Atlantic Slave Trade. In this lesson, pupils attempt to prove that "civilisation" existed in Africa before the start of the slave trade. In particular, pupils use evidence and sources to respond to a quote from David Hume. This lesson includes - *Attitudes of Europeans towards Africa during the slave trade. * Examples of civilisation and technology in Africa before the slave trade. * Investigation of the Mali Empire as an example of civilisation in Africa before the slave trade * Homework task to get students to respond to European attitudes towards Africa based on the evidence they have considered during the lesson. The whole scheme of work (7 lessons) is available to buy for £5. If you buy this lesson, please leave a review. Click on my username to see the rest of my resources.
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*Full Lesson* British Australia: The first Fleet and Initial Settlement (Edexcel A-Level History)

*Full Lesson* British Australia: The first Fleet and Initial Settlement (Edexcel A-Level History)

This is the first lesson in a series covering the new Edexcel A-Level History unit: Britain losing and gaining an Empire 1763 - 1914. This series of lessons covers the second depth study: The Birth of British Australia 1788 - 1829. The lesson is ready to teach and includes all worksheets and sources. The lessons refer to the textbook "Britain: Losing and gaining and Empire, 1763 - 1914" (Christie, 2016 Pearson) although other textbooks could be used with the lessons. During the lesson pupils will: * Evaluate their own general knowledge about Australia and colonial Australia. * Use source analysis to make inferences about the First Fleet and its arrival in Australia. * Identify the problems that initial settlement would have encountered based on the make up of the First Fleet and the Australian environment. * Investigate the initial solutions to these problems and their relative successes and failures. * Evaluate the success or failure of the initial Australian settlement. If you are looking for more resources, please go to my shop. (Click on my username above) If you buy this resource, please leave a review.
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*Full Lesson* The Medieval Church

*Full Lesson* The Medieval Church

This is the second lesson of a scheme of work investigating Life in Medieval Times, the Medieval Church and the Black Death. This lesson is ready to teach and includes all worksheets and resources needed. During the lesson pupils will: - A starter activity investigating why people prayed during the middle ages. - Analysis task looking at the architecture of Bath Abby and how it demonstrates people's beliefs. - Decision making activity looking at the power of Church - Investigation and analysis of the purpose and message of doom paintings. - Homework task to produce and example of a doom painting. This lesson is aimed towards year seven but could be easily adapted for key stage 1 or 2. This lesson is ready to teach and includes all the resources needed. If you buy this lesson, please leave a review to tell me what you think.
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*Full Lesson* The Black Death: Causes and Cures

*Full Lesson* The Black Death: Causes and Cures

This is the fourth lesson of a scheme of work investigating life in Medieval Times, the Medieval Church and the Black Death. This lesson is ready to teach and includes all worksheets and resources needed. During the lesson pupils will: - Revise their learning about the Black Death from previous lessons. -Think about and identify what causes illness and sickness. - Complete a primary source analysis to identify some of the perceived causes of the Black Death. - Investigate cures people attempted for the Black Death and link them to the perceived cause. - Homework task - Write a the first part of the Historical fiction to explain what people believed caused and cured the Black Death. This lesson is aimed towards year seven but could be easily adapted for key stage 1 or 2. This lesson is ready to teach and includes all the resources needed. If you buy this lesson, please leave a review to tell me what you think.
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*Full Lesson* The Black Death: Symptoms

*Full Lesson* The Black Death: Symptoms

This is the third lesson of a scheme of work investigating life in Medieval Times, the Medieval Church and the Black Death. This lesson is ready to teach and includes all worksheets and resources needed. During the lesson pupils will: - Begin a piece of Historical fiction by creating a character based on learning from previous lessons. - Investigate an example of Historical fiction introducing the Black Death. - Watch a short video introducing pupils to the Black Death and its impact. - Complete a task labelling the key symptoms of the Black Death. - Homework task - Write a the first part of the Historical fiction to explain the symptoms of the Black Death and its impact on the character created at the start of the lesson. This lesson is aimed towards year seven but could be easily adapted for key stage 1 or 2. This lesson is ready to teach and includes all the resources needed. If you buy this lesson, please leave a review to tell me what you think.
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*Full Lesson* Superpower relations/Cold War: Detente

*Full Lesson* Superpower relations/Cold War: Detente

This is a lesson from a scheme of work covering the new Superpower Relations and the Cold War Edexcel GCSE History unit. The focus of the lesson is to investigate the key features of Detente and for pupils to begin to judge the impact of it. * Please note: This lesson includes two tasks which require a textbook to complete. This could easily be adapted for any Cold War text as the themes are quite general. During this unit, pupils will complete the following activities: - Cartoon source analysis to investigate the attitudes people had to the deals and agreements made between the USA and USSR during this period. - Odd one out image activity to recall knowledge about detente from previous lesson. - Complete fact files about the key aspects and impacts of SALT I, SALT II and the Helsinki Agreements. (Textbook or additional resource needed) -Source and image analysis looking at attitudes towards the effectiveness of detente and the agreements reached. For more free and premium resources, please checkout my shop - click on my username above. If you buy this resources, please leave a review.
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*Full Lesson* Cold War: The Truman Doctrine (Edexcel GCSE History (9:1)

*Full Lesson* Cold War: The Truman Doctrine (Edexcel GCSE History (9:1)

This is an introductory lesson for a scheme of work covering the new Superpower Relations and the Cold War Edexcel GCSE History unit. The focus of the lesson is to investigate the events in Europe after the Second World War which led to the Truman Doctrine. * Please note: This lesson includes two tasks which require a textbook to complete. This could easily be adapted for any Cold War text as the themes are quite general. During this unit, pupils will: - Identify the situation in Europe after WW2 based on a map and a quote from Churchill's Iron Curtain speech. - Take notes and watch a short video about Soviet Control of Eastern Europe after the war. - Look at the Long and Novikov telegrams and begin to make inferences about their effects. - Complete a thinking task to identify what Truman should do to try and stop Soviet Expansion based on the situation at the time. - Complete comprehension/data gathering task to identify key issues after the war and the Truman Doctrine. - Discuss possible Soviet reactions to the Truman Doctrine. - Complete and peer assess exam question. - Homework - complete a timeline of the key events. For more free and premium resources, please checkout my shop - click on my username above. If you buy this resources, please leave a review.
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*Full Lesson* Royal Navy and the Suppression of Piracy (Edexcel A-Level History)

*Full Lesson* Royal Navy and the Suppression of Piracy (Edexcel A-Level History)

This is the Fourth lesson in a series covering the new Edexcel A-Level History unit: Britain losing and gaining an Empire 1763 - 1914. This series of lessons covers the second breadth study: The Changing Nature of the Royal Navy The lesson is ready to teach and includes all resources in the power point. The lessons refer to the textbook "Britain: Losing and gaining and Empire, 1763 - 1914" (Christie, 2016 Pearson) although other textbooks could be used with the lessons. During the lesson pupils will: * Complete a starter focusing on world capitals and linking Freetown, Sierra Leone with the suppression of the Slave trade from the previous lesson. * Investigate a letter of Marque (issued by the US congress in 1776) to identify the creation of privateers and discuss what it suggests about the nature of Navies in the 18th and 19th centuries. * Discuss how the expansion of the British Empire and the Royal Navy may have contributed to the rise of the "Golden age" of Piracy. * Investigate some prominent pirates and the Pirate laws created by Captain Bart Roberts to identify and infer features of piracy during this period. * What two videos covering pirate tactics and the development of Piracy. * Use the text to investigate methods used by the English and Dutch to suppress the piracy and why this was a priority for them. * Complete an investigation of the Barbary Pirates looking at depictions of them in Europe, their raids on European towns (such as the Sack of Baltimore) their growing power and subsequent suppression by the Royal Navy and others. * Discuss the statement - The suppression of Piracy and the attack on Algiers in 1816 proves that the Royal Navy’s role had developed to a force for global peace. Check out my shop (Click on my username above) for more free and premium resources including more lessons from this unit
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*Full Lesson* Royal Navy Voyages of Discovery (Edexcel A-Level History)

*Full Lesson* Royal Navy Voyages of Discovery (Edexcel A-Level History)

This is the Fifth lesson in a series covering the new Edexcel A-Level History unit: Britain losing and gaining an Empire 1763 - 1914. This series of lessons covers the second breadth study: The Changing Nature of the Royal Navy The lesson is ready to teach and includes all resources in the power point. The lessons refer to the textbook "Britain: Losing and gaining and Empire, 1763 - 1914" (Christie, 2016 Pearson) although other textbooks could be used with the lessons. During the lesson pupils will: * Examine a map of Cook's voyages. Pupils to try and identify the purpose of the voyages and make inferences about the nature of exploration. * Use images to make inferences about the Cook's character. * Reevaluate the map of Cook's voyages - identify the benefits of exploration and the problems that would need to be overcome. * Quick introduction to the longitudinal problem and how it was solved. * Use source from the text to further identify reasons for Cook's voyages and his attitudes towards new lands and native peoples. * Complete a card sort to identify the achievements of Cook and what it meant for the Royal Navy and future exploration. * Discuss the statement - "How far did the Royal Navy evolve as a result of exploration between the years 1763-1914? " * Optional Flip Learning H/W: Pupils to prepare presentations on strategic ports established and maintained by the Royal Navy to be delivered next lesson. Check out my shop (Click on my username above) for more free and premium resources including more lessons from this unit
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*Full Lesson* General Haig: Hero or Butcher of the Somme?

*Full Lesson* General Haig: Hero or Butcher of the Somme?

This is a lesson from a scheme of work covering the First World War. During this lesson, pupils will use a variety of different sources to investigate and make judgements General Haig's ability as a leader. This lesson was designed for a year 9/KS3 class but could be easily adapted for other classes or levels. The lesson is ready to teach and the power point contains all the resources required. During the lesson pupils will complete the following activities: * Recall learning from last lesson about the Battle of the Somme * Use an image of General Haig to form initial impressions of him. * Evaluate two contrasting cartoons about Haig and identify the opinions people had about him during and after the War. * Watch a short video giving background information about Haig * Analyse a source from Haig about successes during the Battle of the Somme, evaluate reliability. * Use statements about Haig as evidence for either his ability or incompetence as a leader. * Quick investigate of the Pals Battalions and their impact on Britain. * Write a short evaluation about Haig and judge his leadership. If you buy this lesson, please leave a review and let me know what you think. Check out my shop (click on my user name above) to see more premium and free History lessons.
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*Full Lesson* End of the First World War and the Treaty of Versailles

*Full Lesson* End of the First World War and the Treaty of Versailles

This is a lesson from a scheme of work covering the First World War. During this lesson, pupils will investigate the impact of the First World War and the main points of the Treaty of Versailles. This lesson was designed for a year 9/KS3 class but could be easily adapted for other classes or levels. The lesson is ready to teach and the power point contains all the resources required. During the lesson pupils will complete the following activities: * Use ISM of American recruitment poster to recall information about the end of the First World War. * Use a variety of sources to begin to judge the impact of the First World War on the different countries involved and begin to make judgements about what should happen after the war. * Investigate the Big Three and identify what each of the countries wanted after the First World War. * Representing one of the countries in the Big Three pupils to debate how they would deal with Germany after the war. * Match pupil ideas with the actual provisions of the Treaty of Versailles and its impact on Germany. * Make a judgement about whether the Treaty of Versailles was a good or bad idea. If you buy this lesson, please leave a review and let me know what you think. Check out my shop (click on my user name above) to see more premium and free History lessons.
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*Full Lesson* Reasons for British Occupation of Egypt (Edexcel A-Level History)

*Full Lesson* Reasons for British Occupation of Egypt (Edexcel A-Level History)

This is the first lesson in a series covering the new Edexcel A-Level History unit: Britain losing and gaining an Empire 1763 - 1914. This series of lessons covers the fifth depth study: The Nile Valley, 1882–98. The lesson is ready to teach and includes all worksheets and sources. The lessons refer to the textbook During this lesson, pupils will: *Compare maps from 1683 and 1800 to investigate the decline of the Ottoman Empire * Use ISMs to begin to identify why Egypt was significant to the British Empire * Watch a video about the development of the Suez Canal and its significance to world shipping and trade. * Use sources to investigate the British governments reasons for intervention and occupation in Egypt. * Identify the key reasons (MEERPS) for British occupation. * Analyse the reasons and make arguments about the most significant reason for British occupation. Check out my shop (Click on my username above) for more free and premium resources including more lessons from this unit. If you buy this resource, please leave a review.
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