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A sources based worksheet getting the students to explore how the German people reacted to the signing of the Treaty of Versailles. Ideal for year 9 and GCSE History
An illustrative revision sheet exploring the weaknesses and problems facing the Weimar Government during it's early years 1919-1923. Ideal for any GCSE students studying Germany 1919-1945
An interactive role play scrip which enables students to re-enact the Treaty of Versailles exploring the countries, key decisions and the devastating impact the terms of the treaty had upon Germany at the end of World War One. Suitable for key stage 3 and GCSE History
An interactive role play based activity where students are assigned people living in Nazi Germany!
This is a simplified version of a revision guide, designed to work alongside the Hodder Education Germany 1918-1945 textbook. While not necessarily a replacement for a school's own revsion program, it gives pupils structured activites to do on a weekly basis alongside their own personal revision. Also useful as catch up work for pupils who have missed topics, or for weaker pupils who need a more stripped down and basic guide
Slavery - so often assumed to be an utterly bad thing. But is it? Yes, it was made illegal a couple of hundred years ago, so it it wiped out? This resource will address these questions sensitively and head on.
This popular resource comes from TES. Since then it has been edited and brought up to 1600 a.d. Illustrations have been added. It investigates what West Africa was really like before the coming of the European. No prior knowledge is assumed about this very arcane subject. There is a chance to confront racism sensibly. There is a chance to examine the all important geography too. There are opportunities for research and discussion. Take a look at the preview and see if this is for you.
This is a full description of the battle from the situation right through to the beginning of winter. Maybe it is time to reassess the whole subject with some thorough guided research.
Blurring the line between animals and humans is dangerous. Cruelty to animals is wrong. But what about treating humans as animals?
In 2006 the Prime Minister Tony Blair apologised for our country's part in slavery. On the TES website there are a lot of documents about slavery. This is an attempt to try and find out exactly what we have to be sorry about.
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