Save yourself time and money. Download our coherent Germany 1918-33 SOW. It is fully resourced and includes 14 key enquiries designed to inspire and challenge your GCSE classes. This tried and tested, well thought approach includes lesson presentations, plans and resources.
Each enquiry has been designed with our key principles in mind. The aim is to make GCSE lessons, less ‘death by exam question’. Instead they develop high levels of engagement, show your students the value of history as a commodity, promote active learning throughout and develop higher order thinking skills.
Enquiries end with engaging end tasks: writing to web-sites to advise them to change their content, planning documentary films, analysing film clips… If your school is obsessed with exam answers, we have also built into each enquiry a potential exam question end. The choice of exam foci is well balanced and will show your classes what they do to answer certain key questions.
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The package includes the following enquiries:
- Overview: Was Hitler always destined to rule?
- What was Germany like in 1918? Cartoon analysis
- Stabbed in the back: unlock the message of the election leaflet
- How would you rate an historian’s account of the Treaty of Versailles?
- What would you include in a documentary entitled Germany 1919-23: threats to power?
- Do you agree with a young German’s memoir about 1923?
- How would you design a pro Weimar election poster to show Weimar 1918-23? Summation lesson
- How would you rate the YouTube film summarising Stresemann’s achievements?
- What did the Nazis stand for? Who joined the Nazi Party?
- How far was the Munich Putsch a success?
- Did the A level website get it write about the Munich Putsch?
- How far did the Nazis change tactics after 1924?
- Why did Hitler become Chancellor?
- What was the impact of the Treaty of Versailles?