Germany in Transition 1929-47 - WJEC

Session & syllabus section covered
1. The rise of the Nazi Party and its consolidation of power.

Key Question

Coverage for the exam

Learning objectives (Learning)

Possible Teaching and Learning Activities
Annotate map of Germany pre 1914. Study of the impact of the First World War on Germany. Mind map & Class debate on the key question: What was the biggest problem facing the Weimar republic after the war? ICT opportunity. DVD on the Weimar Republic Source Analysis ± Clemenceau the vampire

General learning Homework Outcomes (Doing)
Annotate a Map Create a mind map on the biggest threat to the Weimar. Analysis of the Weimar Constitution. ± create a chart of the strengths and weaknesses of the Weimar Republic use photo copy of Germany 1918-45 ± Aaron Wilkes pg 10-11

What was the impact on the Weimar Period on the rise of the Nazi¶s?

Impact of WWI & Treaty of Versailles & Freikorps Vs Spartacists on Germany

To decide what the biggest problem facing the Weimar republic after the war was? To investigate of term of Versailles s and understand the G an reaction e.g. erm D iktat, Stab in the Back

Conduct some source analysis

Write a conclusion paragraph justifying your decision Conduct source analysis Organise a chronology exercise Research and make a chart of winners and losers in hyper inflation Take notes from DVD using Year 7 skills Students to investigate and use Folens to create a profile of Hitler. Key question: What motivated Hitler?

2. The rise of the Nazi Party and its consolidation of power.

What was the impact on the Weimar Period on the rise of the Nazi¶s?

Economic weaknesses of Weimar in 1923 and Hitler¶s early life

To evaluate the im pact of hyperinflation and identify those w ho benefited and lost.
To identify what motivated Hitler?

AFL ± answer the key question Images of hyper inflation as stimulus to discussion. Arrange packs of cards to tell the story of hyperinflation use textbook for help. ICT opportunity. Use sources to identify winners and losers Study of Hitler¶s background

3. the effects. German people. Use Lacey Pg 26-27/Folens 2627.Germany in Transition 1929-47 . Judge asks Hitler at his trial ³What do the Nazi¶s really stand for?´ Write a reply including. What was the impact on the Weimar Period on the rise of the Nazi¶s? Munich Putsch why did it fail? The golden age of Stresemann To identify the consequences of the Munich Putsch in November 1923? To consider if Germany overcome most of its problems by 1929? Clip from µHitler -the Rise of Evil¶ Flow chart showing what happened at putsch.Which problems has been solved and how? Which problems remain? ICT opportunity Peer mark homework Create set of GCSE notes from Lacy pg 44-45 ± How did the Nazi¶s change their tactics 1924-29. Create a set of notes on the 6 ways in which Hitler increase his power. Weimar. ICT opportunity Decide and justify which the Practise GCSE questions Devise a Flow chart Paragraph & Report 4.WJEC using interpretation given in the film µThe Rise of Evil¶. treaty of Versailles. What was the impact on the Weimar Period on the rise of the Nazi¶s? Nazis change 192429 Mein Kampf Impact of WSC Death of Stresemann Political scheming 1929-32 To m links ake betw the een situation in G an erm and Nazi electoral successes and discover how H itler increased his pow er by 1932 Create GCSE Notes in own style on how Hitler increase his power by 1932. The rise of the Nazi Party and its consolidation of power. Write a report for the chancellor on the current health of the Weimar Republic . . The rise of the Nazi Party and its consolidation of power. Write a 200 word press release for a Nazi newspaper explaining how Hitler went from tramp to chancellor. Page 30-33 in Folens. Discuss its reliability.

character and death. How and why did Hitler get appointed as Chancellor in January 1933? Move to Chancellor Reichstag Fire. strength. Give them a score out of 5 for.influence on Hitler. The Rise of the Nazi Party and its consolidation of Power. power. Why did people vote for Hitler? Page 128-129 The USA 1910-29 & Germany 1929-47 ± Waugh. textbooks and internet. early life. Create Top Trumps cards evaluating Hitler¶s Henchmen. ICT opportunity.WJEC most important reason for Hitler becoming Chancellor. March election Hitler as Chancellor Suspension of civil liberties To explain the significance of the Reichstag fire? Who am I? Hitler henchman guess who Different images from Reichstag fire ± describe and draw/swap to build up big picture or guess what is happening. Nazi role. Enabling Law. For each give general background on family. How and why did Hitler get appointed as Chancellor in January 1933? Hitlers henchmen Hitlers promises Fear of Communism Role of SA To assess the lives of H itlers henchm en and their different roles. Source work on the Reich stag fire ± what happened? Why was Take part in image evaluation game. Use sources to answer questions Exam guidance on how to write a 10 mark answer and practise question ± Was political scheming in 1932-33 the most important reason for Hitler becoming Chancellor of Germany? Page 130-131 & 195-196 The USA 1910-29 & Germany 1929-47 ± Waugh . Source based exam practise questions 6. The Rise of the Nazi Party and its consolidation of Power. Ayranness.Germany in Transition 1929-47 . 5. Create Hitler¶s henchmen top trumps using research sheets.

Why was the death of Hindenburg on August 2nd 1934 important? Participate in peer marking. army vs SA. The USA 1910-29 & Germany 1929-47 ± Waugh pg 138-139 practise source exam questions Clip from Hitler the Rise of Evil ±Rohm and Hitler. 7. Hitler as Fuher To analyse sources and decide how important the Night of the long knives was in getting Hitler to the position of Fuher. Cartoon by Lowe ³Now they salute with both hands´ ± PowerPoint and work sheet to analyse. How are they different? Peer marking of homework ± Level. COP Write a paragraph explaining why Hindenburg¶s death was important. . Mark and grade as well as WWW & EBI Use chart on page 70 of Lacey ± Students decide who Hitler should support and why.WJEC it important? How did the Nazi¶s benefit? Define the Enabling Law Write a paragraph defining the enabling law Create a piece of interpretation work based on a photo and explain their differences. Death of Hindenburg. Analyse cartoon using own knowledge to test usefulness and reliability. Decide and justify if Hitler should support the army or the SA 10 mark question ± was the Night of the Long knives the most important event in helping Hitler to achieve control over Germany? Use knowledge to practise GCSE source questions.Germany in Transition 1929-47 . The Rise of the Nazi Party and its consolidation of Power How did the Nazis consolidate their power during 1933-34? Move to DictatorNight of the Long Knives. Write a paragraph to go with the photo of Van der Lubbe in a Nazi paper of the time. Extension or as a modern historian.

Changing life for the German people 193339 How did Nazi economic and social policy affect life in Germany? Tackling Economic issues . Changing life for the German people 193339 How did Nazi economic and social policy affect life in Germany? Treatment of young people . Analyse Explain why the Nazi¶s would want to control education. Create 2 mind maps. Use Lacey Pg122-129 Schools history worksheets Folens 52-55 Write a 200 word criticism of Nazi economic policies complaining about those who did not benefit or how the Nazi¶s had changed the figures. . 9. 1-What were the main Create 2 mind maps features of education of children in Nazi Germany? 2-Describe the nature and purpose of the Hitler Youth. Analyse a film clip for meaning. trade unions. ICT opportunity. KDF. reducing unemployment. To discover w hether the Nazi¶s w ere successful in creating w and identify ork that not all G an erm w orkers benefited fromthe econom ic changes Peer mark 10 mark homework Create a propaganda leaflet explaining all of the ways Nazi Germany is tackling unemployment and looking after its workers.education and Hitler Youth To describe the features and purpose of Nazi Education & the H itler Youth Organisations Clip from Cabaret ± Hitler youth.Germany in Transition 1929-47 . ± Guidance on structure.DAF. Page 167-168 Walsh ± How did the Nazi¶s deal with young people. Participate in peer marking Create a propaganda leaflet on the benefits of the Nazi economy. 4 marks. GCSE practise source questions on the German economy Page 144-146 The USA 1910-29 & Germany 1929-47 ± Waugh Write 200 words criticising the Nazi economy.WJEC 8. Answer a 4 mark GCSE question.

Source analysis. 3 to present session 12. 10. Guided practise ± split class in half and get them researching the carrot vs. Create a model of a feature of German Youth under the Nazi¶s. radio. arts. to life under the Nazi¶s then during the war. Changing life for the German people 1933-39 How did Nazi economic and social policy affect life in Germany? Treatment of women before Hitler. Changing life for the German people 193339 How did Nazi economic and social policy affect life in Germany? The use of propaganda. the stick in terms of Nazi control. their use of propaganda. Page 165-166 The USA 1910-29 & Germany 1929-47 ± Waugh Q ± Why do sources a & B differ about the impact of propaganda upon the German people? 11. cinema. Or Create 2 mind maps on the Participate in guided practise OR Create 2 mind maps on how the Nazis controlled Germany. 3 lessons to prepare session 11. Censorship.Germany in Transition 1929-47 . in War. newspapers. rallies. To explore the different w the ays Nazi¶s increased control over the m edia. censorship = the carrot Goebbels. propaganda. Students research using textbooks ± create a flow chart showing how women¶s lives changed. under Nazis.WJEC Play dough ± make something you have learnt from today¶s lesson and put a caption ± ICT opportunity for digital picture. To com prehend how life in G any erm changed for w en om under the Nazi¶s Annotate poster of ideal Nazi woman PowerPoint on Nazi women using worksheets to compare women under Weimar. Create a flow chart to show how women¶s lives changed. 8 mark practise question with guidance. ICT opportunity. Gather personal research for guided practise/images for mind maps. Place statements on interactive white board. Source annotation To analyse sources using the interactive whiteboard. .

Increasing To explain how Jew persecution ish gradually increased under the Nazi¶s and w hy. Treatment of religions = Catholics. Aryan superiority. ICT opportunity Yes. Class discussion Participate in guided practise OR Create 2 mind maps on how the Nazis controlled Germany.WJEC carrot Vs the Stick. local and regional government. National Reich Church. 3 lessons to prepare session 11.Germany in Transition 1929-47 . Protestants. the legal system. ICT opportunity Or Create 2 mind maps on the carrot Vs the Stick. the Gestapo. Changing life for the German people 193339 How did Nazi economic and social policy affect life in Germany? Political and military control = the stick. Extension ± Was the boycott of the Jewish shops the worst problem faced by the Jews in Create an illustrated timeline of Jewish . WWW & EBI. 12. level. The SS. Peer mark homework ± mark. Was propaganda and censorship the main method used by the Nazi¶s to control the German people? 10 marks Decide and Justify if propaganda and censorship were the main method used by the Nazis to control the German people? 13. Use textbooks to research the persecution of the Jews. No. 3 to present session 12. grade. Create an illustrated timeline of Peer mark homework Write a description of the Nazi racial theory Page 173-175 The USA 1910-29 & Germany 1929-47 ± Waugh Source questions on religion under the Nazi¶s. Use text to describe the Nazi racial theory ± 2 marks. the stick in terms of Nazi control. To understand how terror w used as a as control m ethod Guided practise ± split class in half and get them researching the carrot vs. Changing life for the German people 193339 How did Nazi racial and religious policy affect Germany? Nazi racial policy = master race. Partly ± students move around the room to vote on ³Was propaganda and censorship the main method used by the Nazis to control the German people? 10.

. home guard. Make a model and put a caption using knowledge you have gained today. Colour code it political. War and its impact on life in Germany 1939-47 How was life affected in the war years? Early years 193941. Germany in the years 193339? 14. and home front. Watch days that shook the world DVD on kristallnacht and take own notes on the event.initial impact.1939. shortages and black market. 7481 Folens. ICT Create a flow chart or own notes showing how conditions got worse during the war in Germany. Later years 1942-45Total war. What does this show you about the effects of bombing on Germany? 2 marks Read text and use warfare work sheet to find the dates of important events. Create a flow chart with 4 sections To explain the 1939-41 im pact of the 1941-43 bom bing on G an erm 1943-44 m orale and the role of propaganda H/W 1944-45 Under each explain what life was like on the home front. propaganda. Create an acrostic for Kristallnacht using knowledge from today persecution 1922-1939. Answer a 2 mark question using a source A3 sheet with questions on the bombing of Dresden and A3 sheet with questions using German propaganda. .150-145 Lacey. economic and social measures.Germany in Transition 1929-47 .. intensifying persecution from 1922.WJEC persecution of the Jews. role of women. To establish an overviewof the im pact of W II on W the lives of the G an people erm To establish w hat goods w in short ere supply and evaluate the im pact of the shortages Source A . allied bombing. Compose an acrostic about Kristallnacht.

change wording to why did the Nazi¶s hurt the Jews.Germany in Transition 1929-47 . the Pianist. 15. Discuss which answers still apply.ghettos. Participate in a discussion Have created own set of revision notes on the treatment of the Jews after 1939. PowerPoint on the final solution DVD on the Wannsee conference. ICT opportunity for digital picture. Create own set of GCSE revision notes in preferred style. Schlindler¶s list. Answer Source based questions pg 146-7 Lacey Play dough ± make something from today¶s lesson from Germany at War ± add a caption. Show clip from Downfall.WJEC opportunity. War and its impact on life in Germany 1939-47 How was life affected in the war years? The treatment of Jews in the war years. . Show clips. Death Head units. Final Solution To describe the purpose of the Final Solution and howit operated Why do people hurt animals? Discuss. Watch Schindlers List or The Pianist in full ± letters sent will also be a showing after school.

Eidelweiss pirates. Von Stauffenberg. Explain why the . Dietriech Bonhoeffer. Bonhoeffer .July Bomb Plot To identify the groups and explain reasons for opposition in the G an people erm during the w ar. Create top trumps cards for resistance fighters. The swing groups. Watch clips of Valkery And Days that shook the world -the plot to kill Hitler. Page 198-203 The USA 1910-29 & Germany Participate in peer marking Complete activity in 5 mark practise question ± describe the condition of Germany in 1945. Fall of Berlin To explain why Germany was defeated in 1945 and be able to describe the death of Hitler.WJEC 16. 10 mark practise question ± ³Did the strongest opposition to the Nazi¶s during the war years come from the military? Or Did opposition from religious groups within Germany present the most serious challenge to Nazi rule during the war years? 17. Card sort ± who was to blame Top Trumps resistance fighters. Background history and what they did and why they did it.White Rose group. success.Germany in Transition 1929-47 . Add scores for bravery. Hans and Sophie Scholl. Military opposition. ICT opportunity. Create cards for Martin Niemoller. Von Galen. Warsaw ghetto uprising. popularity. Von Galen. Edelweiss pirates. War and its impact on life in Germany 1939-47 What was the situation in Germany following total defeat in the The defeat of Germany ± allied invasion of Germany. religious groups ± Niemoller. Peer mark 10 mark answer. swing youth. War and its impact on life in Germany 1939-47 How much opposition was there within Germany during the war? Opposition from Civilians.

Germany in Transition 1929-47 . own notes or 10 mark question ³ Was Allied bombing the most important reason for the defeat of Germany in 1945?´ Watch clip of Downfall and Days that Shook the World ± the earth of Hitler. Create a flow chart/timeline showing how Germany was treated between 1945 and 1947. Create a flow chart Decide.WJEC war? Death of Hitler. justify and debate . . Annotate a divided map of Germany. mind map. Division of Germany 1929-47 ± Waugh Choice ± timeline. To explain how Germany was punished by the allies. Nuremburg trials. denazification. War and its impact on life in Germany 1939-47 What was the situation in Germany following total defeat in the war? Defeat and Punishment ± Arrest and trial of Nazi Leaders for war crimes. learning style of your choice on Germans were so frightened of the Russians? Why did Eisenhower refuse to make separate peace terms with the Germans? 18. Debate should people still be tried now for the crimes they committed as Nazi¶s in WWII? Clip from the Nazi¶s a Annotate a map Revise for Mock exam on Nazi Germany. source questions. Write a 150 word press release written the day after Hitler¶s death to break the news to the world.

Mock exam Review how to complete paper 1 Revision for mock. Attempt a complete mock exam paper.Germany in Transition 1929-47 . PowerPoint how to do paper 1.WJEC warning from History. Create an A3 placemat on how to do each type of question and a revision topic overview for lamination. Create a GCSE revision place mat for the unit. 19. Attempt a mock exam . Create a revision overview of the topic. past papers and classroom notes to create an A3 guide/place mat to paper 1 sections a & b. Use exam board guidance. Revision & how to do exam questions Revision & how to do exam questions place mats Revision Create a place mat on how to do each type of GCSE question for paper 1a & b.

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