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Can you always trust websites to get it right about the Munich Putsch?

Munich PutschHelp your students get over the perennial problem of believing websites to tell the truth. This enquiry helps your students cross-reference for a real purpose. Will they trust the A Level site?

Googling the Munich Putsch acts as a starting point here. What sites will your kids think best to look at? The A level site? After establishing what this educational site says in an interactive way, they check out to see if it agrees with the evidence put forward in GCSE textbooks. Do they agree or disagree? What is left out?

The engaging end product is for your kids to write a comment on the A level site explaining what they think of it and how it could be improved.

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